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  • Empowering Newburgh’s youth

    A Youth Empowerment Center (YEC) is being proposed for the City of Newburgh as a tool to teach and mentor effective life skills for city youths.

  • Health care for the homeless

    A new health care facility brings vital care to the homeless and shelter-bound in the City of Newburgh. “Today, we officially open Harper Health,” said Linda Muller, CEO and president of the Greater Hudson Valley Family Health Center, speaking before a gathering of about 60 people at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.

  • Purple Heart Hall salutes veterans

    “There are 187,333 names enrolled in the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor,” program director Peter Bedrossian told an audience attending an annual Armed Forces Day event Sunday at the Honor Hall in New Windsor.

  • Newburgh taxpayers approve school budget

    Despite recent news that the Newburgh Teachers’ Association failed to pass a new contract that promised to produce significant savings, local taxpayers approved the Newburgh Enlarged City School District’s $236.3 million budget proposal Tuesday evening.

  • Vote has council unity in tatters

    The rock-solid team of Judy Kennedy, Curlie Dillard and Cedric Brown Monday night turned into a verbal rock fight with Councilman Brown questioning Dillard’s courage for abstaining on a key City Council vote to adjust the salaries of the fire chief and city engineer.

  • Supervisor’s race heats up

    Danny Maniscalchi, the owner of Leo’s Pizza restaurants in Cornwall, Wappingers Falls and Newburgh, has added a little spice to the Town Supervisor race in Newburgh.

  • Pub party grates on neighbors

    Residents living near Gloria’s Pub 151 on North Plank Road in the Town of Newburgh aren’t feeling very neighborly these days. They want the Town Board to put a halt to loud parties such as the one held recently.

  • Doddo named NFA principal

    Matteo Doddo, a longtime Newburgh resident and veteran school district administrator, has been appointed as the new executive principal of Newburgh Free Academy (NFA).

  • 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.

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