September 2nd, 2015

Crawford wells in need of repair

“It is likely that the piping system will develop leaks and that will create an emergency situation and immediate replacement of the piping,” said engineer Bipin Gandhi in a letter to the Crawford Town Board. Full article

Firestorm rages at City Hall

Newburgh City Manager Michael Ciaravino has set off a firestorm among City Council members by ordering an internal investigation of one or more city employees for allegedly collecting disability when they are fit for duty. Full article

Marlboro High School principal resigns

On Aug. 20 the Marlboro school board announced that Marlboro High School Principal Rose Collins-Judon is resigning to take a position with the Yonkers School District. Full article

Panthers take third in Andrews Memorial Tournament

Wallkill’s boys’ soccer team lost the first game of the Donald V. Andrews Memorial Soccer Tournament Friday and then won the consolation game Saturday. Full article

NFA girls swimming: quality over quantity

Newburgh Free Academy’s girls’ swimming team won the Section 9 championships in 2010 before fourth-place finishes in 2011 and 2012.Read full article.

Marlboro girls look for another Section 9 title

Marlboro’s girls’ soccer team finished the 2014 season with a 12-6 record after losing 2-0 to Spackenkill in the Section 9, Class B final.Read full article.

West Point Band presents Labor Day concert

The West Point Band will conclude the “Music Under the Stars” concert series with its annual Labor Day Celebration on Sunday, Sept. 6 at 7:30 p.m. at Trophy Point Amphitheater. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will take place on Monday, Sept. 7.Read full article.

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Wallkill Valley Times

• Crawford wells in need of repair
• Valley Central hopes to help students soar this year

Mid Hudson Times

• Firestorm rages at City Hall
• New Windsor primary set for Sept. 10

Southern Ulster Times

• Marlboro High School principal resigns
• Lloyd again urged to craft wetlands law

Sports

• Panthers take third in Andrews Memorial Tournament
• NFA girls swimming: quality over quantity
• Marlboro girls look for another Section 9 title

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