April 22nd, 2015

VC board adopts 4.61% increase

The Valley Central Board of Education has adopted its proposed budget for the 2015 to 2016 academic year, with numbers totaling $96.6 million, a 4.61 percent increase from this year’s $92.4 million budget. Full article

School board down to budget wire

The Newburgh Board of Education got down to the difficult task of trying to close a $364,000-plus budget gap at a special meeting last Thursday. Full article

Marlborough honors community volunteers

Every spring at the Community Service Salute Dinner, Marlborough residents gather to honor those who have given selflessly of their time and energy to help others or have worked to make the town a better place to live for everyone. Full article

Pitcher helps his own cause, as VC wins 9-8

Paul Depew came to the plate as the potential losing pitcher, but left as the winner. He hit a ground ball through the legs of Nyack second baseman Tim Cuozzo, plating two runs and giving the Valley Central baseball team a 9-8 non-league win over the Indians on Saturday afternoon. Full article

Lady Goldbacks thwart Kingston rally

When Newburgh’s softball team traveled to Kingston Friday, the game started off with two groundouts in the first before a pair of RBI-doubles and an RBI-single would give the Lady Goldbacks a 3-0 lead.Read full article.

Lady Dukes a perfect 4-0 after beating Huskies

Marlboro’s softball team led 3-0 in the second inning during a home game with Highland Wednesday, April 15 before the Dukes’ Amber Mianti smashed a two-run homer in the fourth to shut out the Huskies 5-0.Read full article.

Art About Water begins April 24

Water is life. It is what sustains us here on Earth. And, it is the subject of an upcoming forum and art exhibit in the City of Newburgh from April 24 to May 3.Read full article.

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• Lady Goldbacks thwart Kingston rally
• Lady Dukes a perfect 4-0 after beating Huskies

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