Mid Hudson Times

Mid Hudson Times The Mid Hudson Times is a weekly newspaper covering government, schools, crime and news in the area of Newburgh (city and town) and New Windsor, NY.

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McNeil declares herself ‘Newburgh strong’
03/02/2021
McNeil declares herself ‘Newburgh strong’

McNeil declares herself ‘Newburgh strong’

Schnekwa McNeil, life-long City of Newburgh advocate, has announced her run for City of Newburgh Council Ward One. “I’ve been a voice for a very long time,” said McNeil. …

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03/02/2021
Giselle Martinez first to declare her intentions

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Giselle Martinez, born and raised in the City of Newburgh, has announced her run for Newburgh City Council Ward One. She is a first generation American whose parents were Mexican immigrants. She …

Local officials react to Cuomo allegations
03/01/2021
Local officials react to Cuomo allegations

Local officials react to Cuomo allegations

Amid new allegations of inappropriate behavior by Governor Andrew Cuomo, local officials are urging an independent investigation into the governor’s behavior. On Saturday, the New York …

Lujan announces re-election bid
02/28/2021
Lujan announces re-election bid

Lujan announces re-election bid

Democrat Kevindaryán Luján, who has served one term as Orange County Legislature for Newburgh, District Four since 2017, announced he is running for re-election. Luján plans to …

DA announces rebound program
02/28/2021
DA announces rebound program

DA announces rebound program

Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler on Thursday, February 25, 2021, announced the launch of the Orange County District Attorney’s Rebound Program, a program designed to assist …

Nursing students distribute vaccines in Newburgh
02/27/2021
Nursing students distribute vaccines in Newburgh

Nursing students distribute vaccines in Newburgh

SUNY Orange Nursing 2 students have been gaining valuable experience in recent months, volunteering at several area hospitals as the COVID-19 vaccine rollout has begun, and Friday provided yet …

Nursing students volunteering on vaccination front lines
02/27/2021
Nursing students volunteering on vaccination front lines

Nursing students volunteering on vaccination front lines

SUNY Orange nursing students have been volunteering at Hudson Valley hospitals to assist in the dispensing of available COVID-19 vaccines, lending their skills in support of their community while at …

F. J. Spinelli welcomed as fire chief
02/27/2021
F. J. Spinelli welcomed as fire chief

F. J. Spinelli welcomed as fire chief

The City of Newburgh hired Francis, “F.J.” Spinelli as the Chief of the Fire Department. During the February 22 council meeting Spinelli was sworn in. It comes with the retirement of …

Years later, no strong leads in 2013 triple homicide
02/26/2021
Years later, no strong leads in 2013 triple homicide

Years later, no strong leads in 2013 triple homicide

Almost eight years later, family members of one of the victims of the City of Newburgh’s 2013 triple homicide case are still pleading for the community to come forward and for their loved one …

Town weighs in on police reform
02/26/2021
Town weighs in on police reform

Town weighs in on police reform

The Town of Newburgh kicked off its Executive Order 203 meetings on Tuesday, February 16, which was led by Town of Newburgh Deputy Supervisor Scott Manley, among others. Last spring, Governor Andrew …

More vaccines for Newburgh?
02/25/2021
More vaccines for Newburgh?

More vaccines for Newburgh?

The Newburgh Armory Unity Center pop-up vaccine site was a success in early February – with over 300 residents who were able to secure an appointment soon receiving their second dose. The City …

Mary Lou Carolan is new library director
02/23/2021
Mary Lou Carolan is new library director

Mary Lou Carolan is new library director

Mary Lou Carolan is the Newburgh Free Library’s new director, which comes after the retirement of Chuck Thomas from the position. Carolan brings her unique background of non-profit management …

A winter escape in 1854
02/22/2021
A winter escape in 1854

A winter escape in 1854

If snow and ice are beginning to get you down, remember what your grandparents used to say about weather in their childhoods. We thought they exaggerated about how cold the wind was that whipped …

02/22/2021
Newburgh Enlarged City School District

Newburgh Enlarged City School District

Hello Goldbacks! Due to anticipated inclement weather, the Newburgh Enlarged City School District will be on a Remote, Synchronous Learning Schedule for students and faculty for Monday, February 22, 2021. Scholars should sign into their Chromebook, ready to learn with live-instruction from their teacher or teachers. Staff and administrators should report to their buildings at their regular times.

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Jaden Caballero signs with Mercy College
02/21/2021
Jaden Caballero signs with Mercy College

Jaden Caballero signs with Mercy College

It had to be the right fit, and didn’t matter if it was Division I, II or III, no matter what school he picked, he was going to try his hardest to make sure he belonged on their baseball …

Deceased Newburgh boy identified
02/19/2021
Deceased Newburgh boy identified

Deceased Newburgh boy identified

The City of Newburgh Police Department confirmed the identity of the deceased 7-year-old Newburgh boy as Peter Caucaus. Newburgh Police Department Lieutenant Kevin Lehar said they are continuing to …

Moratorium brings landlord-tenant tensions
02/19/2021
Moratorium brings landlord-tenant tensions

Moratorium brings landlord-tenant tensions

Just before the first eviction moratorium was scheduled to expire, Governor Andrew Cuomo placed an additional COVID-related residential eviction moratorium for some of 2021. The legislation prevents …

Fire on Warden Circle
02/19/2021
Fire on Warden Circle

Fire on Warden Circle

Newburgh firefighters responded to garage fire on Warden Circle on February 13. Newburgh Command requested a second alarm be transmitted. Heavy black smoke and flames seen in garage area spread to a …

Deceased Newburgh boy identified
02/19/2021
Deceased Newburgh boy identified

Deceased Newburgh boy identified

The City of Newburgh Police Department confirmed the identity of the deceased 7-year-old Newburgh boy as Peter Caucaus. Newburgh Police Department Lieutenant Kevin Lehar said they are continuing to …

More snow, more parking problems
02/18/2021
More snow, more parking problems

More snow, more parking problems

Early Feburary’s snow storm – the first big snow storm in some time – caused a number of illegal parking instances across the City of Newburgh. On Sunday, January 31 at 6 p.m. the …

Vigil held for Newburgh boy
02/18/2021
Vigil held for Newburgh boy

Vigil held for Newburgh boy

The investigation of the death of a 7-year-old Newburgh boy has continued for days since he arrived at Montefiore St. Luke’s Hospital in a private vehicle not breathing on Wednesday, February …

We meet our challenges head on! Today our delivery van arrived with about 1,000 fewer newspapers than anticipated. So we...
02/17/2021

We meet our challenges head on! Today our delivery van arrived with about 1,000 fewer newspapers than anticipated. So we headed back to NJ, located the extra papers and returned. We made all our stops including this one at Broadway and Fullerton, where the upended box was pulled out of a snowbank and restocked. Some things are challenging, but only a few are impossible!

02/17/2021

The Mid Hudson Times is looking for a few freelance journalists to cover night meetings,(both in person and via remote access when applicable) weekend assignments (when things open up again) and feature stories. Send resume, writing samples to: Mid Hudson Times, 500 Stony Brook Court, Suite 2, Newburgh, N.Y. 12550 or to [email protected]

Rollover
02/15/2021
Rollover

Rollover

Newburgh firefighters and police responded to a rollover two vehicle accident at Robinson Ave and Ann Street on February 14. Police reported a person inside taxi was …

Ramos and Ramjug seek Legislature seat
02/12/2021
Ramos and Ramjug seek Legislature seat

Ramos and Ramjug seek Legislature seat

With Orange County Legislator James Kulisek not running for another term, Newburgh Democratic residents Genesis Ramos and Roger Ramjug have announced they are running for district six. Who is …

Police investigate death of boy, 7
02/11/2021
Police investigate death of boy, 7

Police investigate death of boy, 7

Shortly after 8:30 a.m. Wedenesday, the City of Newburgh Police Department were notified by Montefiore St. Luke’s Hospital in Newburgh that a 7 year old boy arrived at the hospital in a private …

TOWN OF NEWBURGH HISTORY by Alan B. Crawford
02/09/2021
Captain Thomas Machin and his mint

TOWN OF NEWBURGH HISTORY by Alan B. Crawford

One thing I love about being Town of Newburgh Historian is hearing from people who have questions about our Town. Sometimes I have some answers and sometimes I need to begin digging and do some …

02/09/2021

Newburgh schools are closed today.
Tuesday, February 9

NEWBURGH HERITAGE: Respecting our roots by Mary McTamaney
02/08/2021
Respecting our roots

NEWBURGH HERITAGE: Respecting our roots by Mary McTamaney

Since 1976, February has been designated on the national calendar as Black History Month. The commemoration began fifty years earlier with a national establishment of Negro History Week to honor the …

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The Mid Hudson Times, established in 1989, covers local news in the City and Town of Newburgh and New Windsor. We provide award-winning coverage - strong local news that keeps our communities informed on government, construction, commerce, crime, education, sports and the little things that make each area a great place to live.

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I've previously mentioned my memory of Dad scoffing at a group of Nazis on Broadway and just walking through them to go to a hardware store. Mary McTamaney recently wrote a story about those buffoons sparking a violent reaction in 1967: http://timeshudsonvalley.com/mid-hudson-times/stories/battle-lines-being-drawn-in-1967,17915?
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'Act+React' will present a discussion of racial justice on Sunday, June 14th. The episode will stream at 7pm, on Safe Harbors of the Hudson and Safe Harbors Lobby at the Ritz social media channels, and will be available to view there after the stream. Host Edward Gibbons-Brown of Find Your Light llc will be joined by local theatre artist and activist Fredrica Austin. She will perform a selection from Ntozake Shange's acclaimed choreopoetic theatre piece, 'for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf.' Following the performance, a panel will engage in a discussion of racial justice in the United States, and in this moment of history. The panel will consist of a group of local leaders and activists, presenting a range of perspectives and points of view. The intention behind this episode is to give space and amplify Black voices and experiences, with the hope of facilitating listening, learning and confronting systemic racism in our society.
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GREAT PAPER FOR THE TOWNS OF NEW WINDSOR AND TOWN OF NEWBURGH AREA.
Give gifts of hope and change this season.
GREAT NEWSPAPER FORM MY HOME TOWN AREA.
Fire on the mountain between mount Beacon and Breakneck ridge tonight.
FANTASTIC NEWS FROM EASTERN ORANGE COUNTY.