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Hudson Valley News
8:33 am
Fri September 13, 2013

Former NFL Receiver Delivers Speech In Newburgh For United Way

A former New York Giants player is in Newburgh Friday morning, to help kick off a campaign for the common good.

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Hudson Valley News
8:31 am
Mon August 19, 2013

Newburgh’s Budget On Target With Spending Freeze

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NEWBURGH – City finances in Newburgh are a lot better now than they were just a few years ago and Mayor Judy Kennedy credits that with continued belt tightening and holding the line on spending.

To keep it on track, the city has a spending freeze in place, not laying out anything more than they have to.

“Capital projects will continue,” Kennedy said.  “Other things will continue that have already started, but we are going to put in a spending freeze to make sure that we stay on target because we really have a commitment our taxpayers not to raise taxes.”

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Hudson Valley News
7:00 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

NY Congressman Rails Against Student Loan Rate Hike

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New York Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney appeared at a community college in Orange County today, calling for a three-pronged approach to the student loan crisis.  Interest rates on a type of federal student loan doubled July 1, and Maloney wants to reverse that —   for starters.

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Hudson Valley News
9:59 am
Sat June 29, 2013

Worst Housing Tour Takes Place In Newburgh

Low-income tenants in the Hudson Valley want to highlight some of the worst housing conditions in their city, and they're doing it Saturday.

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Hudson Valley News
5:41 pm
Thu April 11, 2013

Congressional Rep Condemns Timing of Mail Center Consolidation

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A New York Congressman testified before postal regulators, criticizing the decision to consolidate a postal facility in the Hudson Valley earlier than planned.

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Hudson Valley News
8:53 am
Mon March 25, 2013

Newburgh in line for downtown supermarket

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NEWBURGH – Lower Broadway in the City of Newburgh is slated for a full-fledged supermarket, Mayor Judy Kennedy said.

The facility, to be constructed in a city-owned vacant lot adjacent to the DMV office, would house apartments on the second floor, the mayor said. She could not divulge the name of the supermarket at this time.

“It’s a way in which we can bring in a little vitality to the lower part of Broadway,” Kennedy said.

At present city residents must shop at supermarkets in the neighboring towns of Newburgh and New Windsor.

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New York News
8:31 am
Wed March 6, 2013

NY rewards 4 districts for efficiency savings

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On Tuesday Gov. Andrew Cuomo held the districts up as models for the rest of the state, while promising them $12 million in competitive grants over the next three years.

Rochester is the biggest winner, receiving $4.5 million for identifying $9.5 million in savings. Newburgh and Kenmore-Tonawanda will each get $3.6 million for finding nearly $6 million in savings and Queensbury is being awarded $561,000 for finding $624,000 in savings.

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Hudson Valley News
8:18 am
Mon March 4, 2013

Folk Museum Hall of Fame construction to begin this spring

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NEWBURGH – Officials of the Folk Music Hall of Fame hope to break ground this spring on what is believed to be the first-of-its-kind museum in the nation, in the East End of the City of Newburgh.

The non-profit corporation planning the facility has raised half of the $125,000 need to construct the museum at 67 Liberty Street, said group treasurer James Sollami.

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The Roundtable
11:35 am
Thu December 20, 2012

Photographer, Dmitri Kasterine

Only 57 miles outside New York City on the Hudson River, the city of Newburgh has fallen from the status of "All American City" awarded by Look Magazine in 1952, to in 1981 being put on a Federal list of most distressed areas in the United States.

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Hudson Valley News
7:56 am
Mon November 19, 2012

FBI Considers Moving Goshen Office to Crime-Stricken Newburgh

  The recent crime wave in Newburgh is all the more reason for the FBI to move its Goshen office to the city, Police Chief Michael Ferrara says.

In recent weeks, there have been two killings as well as shootings and stabbings.

Ferrara said a greater federal law enforcement presence would be helpful to the crime fighting efforts in the cash strapped city.

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