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  • Settlement talks fail in discrimination case

    An attorney representing a Town of Newburgh Water Department employee, who claims he was racially discriminated against on the job, says preliminary settlement talks have fallen through.

  • City gives family a Grand deal

    The Newburgh City Council is eager to get some of its city-owned properties back on the tax rolls.They are so eager that they have accepted an offer to buy 296 Grand St. for $25,000 — even after learning that family members of the prior owners can’t come up with the full $25,000. The family can […]

  • More homeless children seen in schools, at shelter

    The names used to identify the children featured in this story have been changed to protect their identities. In next week’s publication, the Mid Hudson Times explores homelessness as it affects women and children displaced by domestic violence.

  • Definition of container haunts Town

    The owner of Nella’s Nest has had a long-standing struggle with the Town of Newburgh over the use of his property at 1430 Route 300, just south of Rt. 52.

  • City’s police ranks expanding

    The understaffed City of Newburgh Police Department will receive the welcome addition of four new Police Academy graduates Friday during a ceremony at Anthony’s Pier 9.

  • In the wake of the flood

    In October, the world’s attention was drawn to the plight of thousands as Hurricane Sandy pummeled the states of New York and New Jersey. But, more than a year and half later in the town of New Windsor, some residents are still waiting for relief from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Irene.

  • FEMA fails to hear Town’s pleas

    In August of 2011, the town of Newburgh had begun construction on a new water treatment plant on Latintown Road when Hurricane Irene slammed into the Hudson Valley.

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