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  • Board discusses school bus assaults

    Although there wasn’t a large crowd at the first Newburgh Enlarged City School District board meeting of the school year, a few parents were on hand to ask what the district plans to do about alleged school bus sexual assaults that happened this past spring.

  • Like Brooklyn, but affordable

    The bus ambled along narrow city streets, over cobble stones, past historic courthouses and stately Victorian homes with pastel-colored trim and neatly-kept lawns. A skyline dotted by church steeples, treetops and domed-shaped roofs hovered against a view of the sparkling Hudson River.

  • Ward 4 decision in judge’s hands

    The drama continues. Cindy Holmes and Patricia Sofokles remained a single vote apart this week after counting of absentee ballots in the City of Newburgh’s Ward 4 Democratic primary. Each of the candidates picked up two votes, leaving Holmes still ahead of Sofokles 119-118 as the two took their arguments before Supreme Court Justice Elaine […]

  • Single vote decides Ward 4 primary

    If there ever was a perfect example of the importance of one vote it was driven home on Tuesday, Sept. 10 in the City of Newburgh Ward 4 Democratic primary.

  • Ruggiero, Greene win town GOP primary

    Normally, being the incumbent in an election gives a candidate a decided edge. In the Town of Newburgh, it is apparently much more important to have the endorsement of your political party.

  • Land Bank has the magic touch

    The City of Newburgh has had little to no success selling the hundreds of properties it has acquired over the past few years – most of them surrendered by owners who failed to pay their taxes.

  • Brennan sues over political ad

    A year after a Town of New Windsor political campaign turned ugly, Councilwoman Bonnie Brennan has filed a lawsuit against her former political opponents.

  • Town OKs water study

    SABO Industrial Corp. of Newburgh has been given permission to run a pilot study of Town of Newburgh water that a company spokesman says can solve the town’s long-standing manganese problem and result in good-tasting local water.

  • Tuesday primary to rewrite history

    A new chapter in the history of the City of Newburgh will be written beginning Tuesday, Sept, 10 when seven candidates – all Democrats – square off in a primary election that will determine the field of the General Election on Nov. 4.

  • Newburgh Prep opens

    “Welcome to Newburgh Prep!” Those were the words used by an excited Tom Fitzgerald as he kicked off a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 21. The ceremony marked the official opening of the Newburgh Preparatory Charter School, the first of its kind in the mid-Hudson Valley region.

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