May 28th, 2015

Voters give Wallkill budget resounding yes

Wallkill voters were clearly pleased with the school district’s proposed 2015-2016 budget, as the measure passed by a resounding 634-242 vote on May 19. The budget was approved with a 72 percent yes vote, the highest positive result the district has seen in 14 years. Full article

Jacobson joins growing field for mayor

City of Newburgh Democrats will gather at the Activity Center to endorse candidates for mayor and two council seats. Mayor Judy Kennedy is a Democrat and she has announced her intentions to seek a second, 4-year term of office. Full article

Hearing set for cell tower in Marlboro

The Marlborough Planning Board set a Public Hearing for 7:30 p.m. June 1 on a proposal by AT&T to build a cell tower at 10 Ann Kaley Lane in Marlboro, property owned by Town Supervisor Stephen Osborn. Full article

PB girls blank Wallkill in playoff tuneup

It was kind of like opening day when Wallkill’s softball team traveled to Pine Bush Wednesday, May 20. It was windy with a chill– but without the snow or flurries that accompany early spring. And it was the last game of the season. Full article

Goldbacks girls back in the postseason

Newburgh’s softball team was getting ready for the postseason last week, something they did not do in 2014. The Lady Goldbacks finished the 2014 season with a 6-12 record, missing the playoffs, but they finished the campaign with a 6-2 run.Read full article.

Huskies claim Class B lacrosse title

The first time Highland’s boys’ lacrosse team played Cornwall, the Huskies traveled to New Windsor and were overwhelmed early and lost by seven goals as the Dragons took the division title.Read full article.

Views of the majestic Hudson at Kaplan gallery

Situated on a bluff overlooking the Hudson River, Kaplan Hall is a wonderfully appropriate venue for an exhibit depicting the river. May 29 through July 16, 2015, color photographs by nationally recognized photographer Greg Miller will be on view in the Mindy Ross Gallery in Kaplan Hall.Read full article.

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Wallkill Valley Times

• Voters give Wallkill budget resounding yes
• Taylor under fire

Mid Hudson Times

• Jacobson joins growing field for mayor
• ‘Hero’ cop attacked breaking up bar brawl

Southern Ulster Times

• Hearing set for cell tower in Marlboro
• Lloyd water tank to be refurbished

Sports

• PB girls blank Wallkill in playoff tuneup
• Goldbacks girls back in the postseason
• Huskies claim Class B lacrosse title

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