April 16th, 2014

Montgomery police shakeup

In a large departure for the Village of Montgomery, the mayor and village officials have decided to lay off about two dozen part-time police officers and replace them with three full-time officers. Full article

Skateboarders’ enthusiasm soars

The concept of a Newburgh skatepark started as an acorn planted in fertile ground at a Newburgh City Council meeting about a year and a half ago. Today, that acorn has taken root and is turning into a young sapling that shows promise in becoming a towering oak. Full article

Judge rejects Ward lawsuit

On Monday, Federal Judge Thomas McAvoy addressed the details of a lawsuit that was filed against Marlboro football coach Richard Ward last December. Superintendent Ray Castellani and the Marlboro School District were named as co-defendants in the suit. Full article.

Moccio hustles Bushmen past Monroe

Nick Moccio will tell you one of the keys to baseball is to be aggressive. It’s one of Pine Bush coach Matt Boffalo’s favorite things about his third baseman. Full article

Goldbacks combine for two no-hitters

After the University of Connecticut won the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball titles last week to end March Madness, someone noted that Newburgh Free Academy enjoyed a similar fate due to an opening season in a time reversed, unique coincidence with the Goldbacks’ baseball and softball teams.Read full article.

Marlboro earns first tennis win of the season

Marlboro’s boys’ tennis team earned its first victory of the season by beating Highland on the road 3-2 Thursday, April 10.The Dukes won both doubles matches and the third singles match as the Huskies won both top singles. Read full article.

‘War to Memory’ at Fovea

Eleven internationally accomplished photojournalists join eleven military veterans to combine art and photography in Fovea’s powerful upcoming exhibition, “War To Memory” presented by The Homecoming Project this month, and will remain on view through July 6.Read full article.

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Wallkill Valley Times

• Montgomery police shakeup
• Bright dreams for Walden landmark

Mid Hudson Times

• Skateboarders’ enthusiasm soars
• Council poised to ax Slaughter

Southern Ulster Times

• Judge rejects Ward lawsuit
• Highland approves $40 million budget


• Moccio hustles Bushmen past Monroe
• Goldbacks combine for two no-hitters
• Marlboro earns first tennis win of the season

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