July 22nd, 2014

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Large class sizes concern Valley Central parents

Parents put the Valley Central Board of Education on notice at its meeting last week that they are concerned about large class sizes for the coming school year. Full article

Guns galore on Newburgh streets

In fewer than 24 hours this week, from pre-dawn Monday to pre-dawn Tuesday, City of Newburgh Police responded to four potentially lethal incidents, all involving guns. Full article

Lloyd Board honors three at town meeting

During a Town Board meeting on Wednesday evening, Police Chief Daniel Waage and Town Supervisor Paul Hansut honored three Lloyd heroes for their life-saving endeavors. Full article

Montgomery girls edge closer to title

About a month ago, the Montgomery Little League 9-10 softball all-stars were spread throughout the league’s various spring teams.Now, as one unit, as of last Sunday, they were a win away from a New York State Section 4 championship. Full article

Rowing Camp collects supplies for local charitiesl

The Newburgh Rowing Club’s Summer Rowing Camp campers are collecting back to school supplies for two organizations, Safe Homes of Orange County and Families 4 Families, which will be distributed to needy children.Read full article.

Huskies rally to beat Middletown, 6-5

Lloyd’s American Legion team, the Huskies, rallied in the bottom of the seventh inning with four runs to tie Middletown and then in the bottom of the eighth inning scored when Gavin McCann got a bases loaded walk as the Huskies won an improbable game, 6 -5 at Highland’s Historic Tony Williams Park.Read full article.

Art in the Wild at Cornwall

The Hudson Highlands Nature Museum is holding a celebration of Art in the Wild, Naturally Inspired Trailside Creations, an outdoor art exhibit at the Outdoor Discovery Center, on Muser Drive, across from 174 Angola Road, Cornwall.Read full article.

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Wallkill Valley Times

• Large class sizes concern Valley Central parents
• The end of Bloomingburg?

Mid Hudson Times

• Guns galore on Newburgh streets
• “The Newburgh Sting” hits home

Southern Ulster Times

• Lloyd Board honors three at town meeting
• Marlboro school board fills vacancies

Sports

• Montgomery girls edge closer to title
• Rowing Camp collects supplies for local charities
• Huskies rally to beat Middletown, 6-5

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