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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
The Newburgh City Council appointed Ronald Zorilla to the Conservation Advisory Council during last Monday’s council meeting. “I just really quickly want to say that Ron Zorilla has … more
A small group of cars sat in the parking lot of the Divine Mercy Catholic School. A table sat in front of the school holding bags of graduation memorabilia and diplomas. Although not the most … more
Newburgh Firefighters responded to a reported structure fire at 197 First Street on June 17. The buiding was reportedly vacant. Newburgh FD Car Four arrived smoke and fire showing,requested second … more
 On Sunday, June 14, at approximately 11 p.m., the City of Newburgh received a 911 call and a Shot Spotter notification indicating a shooting had taken place in the area of Benkard Ave and … more
The People’s Park on the Newburgh Waterfront was silent as a crowd of a hundred or so people participated in a moment of silence to honor victims of police brutality. This past Sunday, the … more
Since New Windsor’s temporary moratorium on development was first finalized, it has brought pushback from companies and support from residents of the town. Various entities have submitted … more
Celia Hipolito couldn’t believe her ears when she first heard about the state’s plans to shut down nonessential businesses at the start of the novel coronavirus [COVID-19] pandemic. What … more
Houses of worship like churches, temples, and mosques can reopen at 25 percent capacity, announced Gov. Andrew Cuomo this past weekend. Houses of worship will be able to reopen at reduced capacity … more
Gladys Vieux-Ramon was horrified when she first heard about the state’s plans to shut down businesses. “It was very difficult at the beginning,” said Vieux-Ramon. “I had … more
On June 5  at approximately 5 a.m., members of the City of Newburgh Police Department, FBI Hudson Valley Safe Streets Task Force, Town of New Windsor Police Department, and the Orange County … more
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Friday announced the state has reached the lowest number of deaths and hospitalizations since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Yesterday, 42 people in New … more
Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation and unprecedented challenges, the 2020 Dutchess County Fair has been canceled.  The safety of the Dutchess Fair’s visitors, participants and … more
What started as a small mask and glove handout led by Councilman Omari Shakur transformed into a peaceful protest that created a sense of unity and strength throughout the diverse community of … more
As the June 9 mail-in ballot deadline comes closer, the Newburgh Enlarged City School District [NECSD] is preparing to fill four spots on the district’s board of education [BOE]. There are … more
Mount Saint Mary College leadership announced Monday that the institution has eliminated 42 staff positions. The cuts bring the Mount’s workforce to about 500 full- and part-time faculty and … more
The tireless efforts of essential workers has helped our communities stay strong during the COVID-19 outbreak. Such efforts may go unnoticed, but it’s important that our communities continually … more
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