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  • Council open to offers

    Members of the Newburgh City Council continue to reach out to the residents who are in the process of losing their homes because of unpaid taxes, but those homeowners shouldn’t look to the city to give their homes back for a fraction of the debt owed.

  • 100 years young!

    Just days after ringing in the yew year, the town of New Windsor celebrated another notable milestone. “At 100 years young, God bless you Marjorie,” said Rita Lundstrom, as she sang for Marjorie Gendreau at a birthday celebration held last Thursday.

  • Is it a ‘facility’ or a building?

    The Newburgh Town Board wants to take a close look at Zoning Board of Appeals minutes involving an application the owner of Nella’s North has made to change the zoning of the property at 1430 Route 300 just south of Rt. 32 to allow for a storage “facility.”

  • Town, PBA reach 5-year pact

    After four years without a contract, the Police Benevolent Association and the town of Newburgh have a five-year agreement that will permit the town to hire up to 12 part-time police officers while guaranteeing members of the bargaining unit a series of pay increases over the life of the contract.

  • Many homeless face addiction problems

    After being kicked out of his apartment in November, Nicholas Scott found himself on the street, in need of a job, transportation and a place to live.

  • Judge limits Roseton assessment cuts

    Fears that the sale of the Roseton power plant to LDH Energy (Louis Dreyfus Highbridge) of Stamford, Conn., will result in astronomical tax increases for property owners in the town of Newburgh and Marlboro School District have been partially allayed by Bankruptcy Court Judge Cecelia Morris.

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