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  • Erosion a concern for Lafayette Ridge Read more >

    Erosion a concern for Lafayette Ridge

    Developers appeared before the New Windsor Planning Board last month to present changes to a plan to build an apartment complex on an 11.6-acre site, east of Route 9W in the Plum Point area off Lafayette Drive.

  • Monteverde, Sofokles and Shakur win in Democratic primary Read more >

    Monteverde, Sofokles and Shakur win in Democratic primary

    Unofficial polling results from the primary election on Tuesday show Ramona Monteverde and Patty Sofokles were chosen as the Democratic nominees for Newburgh City Council. Omari Shakur appears to have defeated Kevindaryan Lujan with a handful of votes to become the Democratic nominee in Legislative District 4.

  • No room for big barges Read more >

    No room for big barges

    The U.S. House of Representatives has passed legislation that blocks a proposal by the U.S. Coast Guard to build ten anchorage sites along a 70-mile stretch between Yonkers and Kingston on the Hudson River. The anchorages would have provided stops for large ships and barges travelling to and from the Port of New York.

  • City moves ahead with plan for MLK Park Read more >

    City moves ahead with plan for MLK Park

    City planners are in the early phase of a project to build a small park at Colden and Water streets. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park is expected to one day become the final resting place for approximately 100 sets of African-American remains excavated from under the former Broadway School.

  • Two vie to replace Dillard Read more >

    Two vie to replace Dillard

    Two men are in a race to become the Democratic nominee for District 4 of the Orange County Legislature. Kevindaryan Lujan and Omari Shakur will face off in the Democratic primary election next month.

  • Democrats vie for 4 open seats on City Council Read more >

    Democrats vie for 4 open seats on City Council

    Candidates will duke it out next month in a Democratic primary election to decide party nominees for the Newburgh City Council. Six Democrats are running to fill four open seats on the council. Patty Sofokles, Nancy Colas, Ramona Monteverde and incumbent Councilwoman Cindy Holmes are all seeking to become the Democratic nominees in September. Jonathan […]

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