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  • New Windsor amends ethics code Read more >

    New Windsor amends ethics code

    The Town of New Windsor adopted changes to its code of ethics earlier this month. The amended law prevents town employees from going to work for companies they’ve had substantial dealings with for the town and opens ethics board appointments up to members of any political party.

  • School district: Newburgh schools are safe Read more >

    School district: Newburgh schools are safe

    The Newburgh Enlarged City School District has many systems in place to guard against a safety threat. That was the message that came out of a forum on school safety held at Newburgh Free Academy last Tuesday. “What are schools doing, what are communities doing to offer the support to get someone the help that […]

  • Judy Kennedy is honored Read more >

    Judy Kennedy is honored

    They came from far and wide, but mostly from Newburgh, to tell Mayor Judy Kennedy what was on their minds and in their hearts. “I want to thank Judy,” said Mary Elin Korchinsky, “for turning our world upside down.”

  • Solomon sworn in as chief Read more >

    Solomon sworn in as chief

    “Do you solemnly swear that you will support the Constitution of the United States of America and the Constitution of the State of New York, and you will faithfully discharge the duties of police chief, provisionally at this moment, for the City of Newburgh?” asked Mayor Judy Kennedy.

  • YouTube video raises alarm at NFA Read more >

    YouTube video raises alarm at NFA

    Newburgh Free Academy had a scare last week when a YouTube video raised concerns about a potential threat to school safety. A few days after the video was reported, however, school district officials were reassuring students and families the video was not a credible threat.

  • Mid Broadway developer files suit Read more >

    Mid Broadway developer files suit

    The developer of a proposed, affordable-housing complex on Broadway has filed a notice of claim against the City of Newburgh and City Manager Michael Ciaravino, alleging both the city and city manager violated the terms of a 2012 development agreement.

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