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  • Battle of Newburgh

    “Newburgh wasn’t always like this,” she said. So begins “The Battle of Newburgh,” a 1962 film produced by the National Broadcasting Corporation and the subject of an upcoming forum to be hosted by the Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands and Mount Saint Mary College.

  • Strip club law prompts lawsuit

    A lawyer for owners of a strip club that sits halfway completed on Route 9W in the Middlehope section of the Town of Newburgh has carried out his threat of legal action against the Town of Newburgh and the individual members of the Town Board.

  • Mid-Broadway tweaks explained

    Principals in the development of the mid-Broadway site as an apartment complex and supermarket came before the Newburgh City Council Thursday to describe minor tweaking involving the number of stories planned, the addition of parking spaces and improved landscaping.

  • Booth vs Krasner, Part III

    Wayne Booth will be seeking his sixth two-year term as supervisor of the Town of Newburgh this fall, facing a familiar opponent in the process. The incumbent revealed his plans this past week, in an interview with the Mid Hudson Times. His opponent, once again, will be Stephen Krasner, his opponent in the past two […]

  • School board continues budget talks

    Faced with a $9.8 million deficit, the Newburgh Enlarged City School District has begun exploring the possibility of closing one of its elementary schools next year.

  • Council backs away from free K-9s

    The Newburgh City Council, still smarting over $1.5 million in police overtime in 2012, isn’t ready to authorize an expanded K-9 Unit – even if the dogs are donated by two police unions.

  • Firearms Act draws board salvo

    Members of the Newburgh Town Board have joined a growing swell of opposition to the Secure Ammunition and Firearms Act passed recently by the New York Legislature and signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

  • 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 […]

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