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  • Council splits CDBG pie equally

    Annually, the City of Newburgh struggles to find an equitable method of disbursing Community Development Block Grants to organizations that serve the city’s youth.

  • Crestmoore in New Windsor

    The New Windsor Planning Board declared its intent this month to serve as lead agency on a project to build a 138-bed, assisted-living facility on Windsor Highway.

  • Weekend festival lights up Newburgh

    This weekend the city plans to go all out in an entertainment-packed, three-day-long cultural festival celebrating the arts, heritage and people of Newburgh.

  • FBI to move regional office to Stewart

    Last month, on the heels of a triple homicide in the City of Newburgh, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer made a rare appearance in Newburgh while calling for the relocation of the FBI’s regional office to this crime-ridden city.

  • Bridge work, traffic come to a stop

    A union painter working on a lead abatement and repainting project on the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge Thursday morning had to be rescued after he was injured in the containment system used to keep paint chips from falling into the Hudson River.

  • Planner assumes helm in Newburgh

    James Slaughter, the most recent hire by controversial City Manager Rick Herbek, became Herbek’s temporary successor last Wednesday on a unanimous vote by the City Council.

  • James Slaughter Named Interim City Manager

    At a special meeting on June 5, 2013, the Mayor and City Council passed a resolution appointing James Slaughter, Director of Business and Industrial Development, as Interim City Manager.

  • Herbek out as city manager

    To the bitter end, Newburgh City Manager Rick Herbek fought what he called “spurious allegations” about his alleged connection to a Newburgh prostitute. But, after reportedly admitting the relationship to Police Chief Michael Ferrara, he resigned last Thursday, packed a few belongings in boxes and unceremoniously left City Hall.

  • DEP searching for mystery landowner

    If you like mysteries, there’s a good one brewing as a part of the repair of the Delaware Aqueduct Rondout-West Branch Tunnel under the Hudson River.

  • A day to honor the fallen

    Citizens from throughout the greater Newburgh area took time from their schedules this past weekend to pay homage to all those who have given their lives to retain the liberty we all cherish.

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