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  • East Parmenter Street magic

    They call them Faith Builds – and they truly are. Four of what eventually will be a 24-home development on East Parmenter Street in the City of Newburgh were dedicated by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh Sunday.

  • NFA bomb threat is a hoax

    A bomb threat was called into the Newburgh Free Academy (NFA) Main Campus on Tuesday, according to Kerry Butrick, community relations specialist for the Newburgh Enlarged City School District.

  • Successful union negotations save Newburgh schools

    Newburgh Enlarged City School District administrators and Board of Education members received a round of applause and a standing ovation Tuesday evening when they announced that the 2013-2014 budget proposal would not require any school closures and would include full-day kindergarten.

  • Parents, teachers fight school closings

    They’ve approved more than $5 million worth of cuts in recent weeks, but as of press time, the Newburgh Enlarged City School District still needed to come up with an additional $3.2 million in order to adopt a budget that stays within the legal tax levy limit of 5.4 percent.

  • Foes of Mid Broadway project speak up

    The description of a public hearing held by the Newburgh City Council Monday night contained an innocent enough typographical error, but as it turns out it was a prediction of things to come.

  • Maloney fights USPS closure

    A new congressman is representing the Mid-Hudson region, but the issues and the anger have carried over from former U.S. Rep. Maurice Hinchey to his successor U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, D-18th.

  • Town puts brakes on Carter Ave. speeders

    Residents along Carter Avenue and adjacent roads in the Town of Newburgh, fearful of speeding drivers that put their lives in danger, have won Town Board approval for the installation of stop signs at Leslie Road and Brooker Drive.

  • Brown, Herbek clash over raises

    Newburgh City Councilman Cedric Brown, saying he is “bothered” by raises granted to Fire Chief Michael Vatter and City Engineer Craig Marti over his objections, vowed Monday night to request an investigation by the New York State attorney general of a possible conspiracy by City Manager Rick Herbek and former City Comptroller Cheryl Gross.

  • Lights, camera, action

    Anyone venturing into Ted Doering’s Motorcyclepedia Museum on Lake Street in the City of Newburgh will instantly realize that its creator thinks big – really big.

  • ‘Wiser’ Town Board draws the line

    The developer of Parke Lane at Newburgh, a 160-unit luxury apartment complex on Stewart Avenue, has asked the Newburgh Town Board for some “consideration” in reducing recreation fees required by the town.

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