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The grounds of NFA Main were full of excitement and joy. Despite not having the regular in person graduation, graduates were excited to make their final walk across Academy Field. Due to novel … more
The Newburgh City Council voted to hold a public hearing on July 13 to hear the public’s comments on requiring police identification at last Monday’s special council meeting. The city … more
Like any other municipality, the City of Newburgh struggles with firework usage during the summer. “The noise from fireworks is keeping people who are blessed to be employed during and … more
The Newburgh City Council approved an amendment to the Community Development Block Grant [CDBG] program last Monday during a special meeting. The citizen participation plan of the CDBG was … more
 On Saturday, June 27, at approximately 1:50 p.m., the City of Newburgh Police Department received a call for a stabbing incident. The caller stated that the victim was on the sidewalk near the … more
After an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) and litigation by the Department’s Office of the Solicitor, the U.S. District Court for the Southern … more
Voters of the Marlboro Central School District elected Cheryl Werba to fill the vacant board seat with 1,670 votes via absentee ballot. Mrs. Werba replaces outgoing Trustee Sue Cary, who has served … more
The Mid-Hudson Region officially reopened for phase 3 of the state’s reopening plan on Tuesday. Like other municipalities, the City of Newburgh has been cautiously preparing for phase … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District recently announced the results of its 2020-21 Board of Education elections. On the ballot were proposition one and two, and four different spots on the … more
The Youth Arts Group of Rural & Migrant Industry Inc. organized a March for Justice last Friday evening. Marchers made their way from Downing Park to City Hall where they were met with speakers … more
Chadwick Lake has been a part of Jim Presutti’s life for a long time. In 1974, he worked in the park as a skate guard. He worked renting out the boats. He spent his high school years minding … more
The Hudson Valley Building and Construction Trades Council will host an informational webinar on Wednesday, June 24, at 5:30 p.m. During the webinar, community stakeholders, union members and energy … more
The City of Newburgh is pleased to announce several critical improvements to the iconic Delano-Hitch Recreation Park. In 1916, Mrs. Annie Delano Hitch (aunt of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt) … more
A new series, “BIG DOGS”, is set to premiere on streaming services Amazon Prime and Tubi on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. The series, created by author Adam Dunn and based on his novels, was … more
Mel Hales’ favorite part about owning a hardware store is the people. The people he encounters are like characters in his own personal sitcom. “They don’t just come and ask for … more
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District recently announced the results of its 2020-21 Board of Education elections.  On the ballot were proposition one and two, and four different spots on … more
Despite the novel coronavirus [COVID-19] pandemic, the City of Newburgh is still planning for an eventful summer. Although certain city activities have been canceled, the city is brainstorming … more
In the midst of recent protests against police brutality, the City of Newburgh held a public hearing at last Monday’s city council meeting to discuss relocating $80,000 of Community Development … more
John Murphy is a Spanish teacher at South Middle School. But he does more than just teach Spanish, he teaches his students life lessons. With the recent novel coronavirus [COVID-19] pandemic and … more
The results of the school budget vote and school district election were not yet available as the Mid Hudson Times went to press on Tuesday. June 9 was the initial deadline for the mail-in ballot, … more
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