July 28th, 2015

Valley Central picks interim supt.

The Valley Central Board of Education announces that John Xanthis has been selected to serve as Interim Superintendent of Schools. He will begin on Aug. 3. Full article

Lee bumped from Newburgh ballot

ewburgh City Councilwoman Gay Lee, bumped from the ballot in her bid to become mayor following petition challenges from fellow candidate Jonathan Jacobson, said Tuesday she won’t go down without a fight. Full article

Vineyard hosts dog-rescue event

Foster parents and rescue organizers gathered at the Nostrano Vineyards on Saturday, July 25 for a special fundraiser and adoption event. The Milton-based dog rescue organization is in need of thousands of dollars to save one of their dogs and in dire need of new foster parents and adopters. Full article

Cobras reach finals of American Legion tournament

The Middletown Cobras senior American Legion team opened the District 9 tournament Saturday, July 18, with a 9-0 victory over Ellenville. And the next day, the Cobras were still moving, beating Kingston 14-1 at Highland’s Tony Williams Park. Full article

Nuclears dress 11 for game, forced to forfeit

The Newburgh Nuclears senior American Legion team entered their game with Rockland in the District 9 playoffs at Delano-Hitch Stadium Monday, July 20 with a 1-1 record in the double-elimination tournament after beating Ellenville 6-4 and then incurring an unusual forfeit against Kingston.Read full article.

Lloyd Huskies complete season with 14-11 record

The Lloyd Huskies opened the District 9 American Legion tournament with a 13-0 victory over Monroe and then beat top-seed Rockland 2-1.Read full article.

The Musical Expression of Michael Poast

The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum presents “Color Music: The Musical Expression of Michael Poast” from Saturday, Aug. 1 – Saturday, Oct. 31.Read full article.

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Wallkill Valley Times

• Valley Central picks interim supt.
• Maybrook hears Heard Avenue concerns

Mid Hudson Times

• Lee bumped from Newburgh ballot
• New Windsor candidates throw hats in race

Southern Ulster Times

• Vineyard hosts dog-rescue event
• Highland’s purse increases by $150,000

Sports

• Cobras reach finals of American Legion tournament
• Nuclears dress 11 for game, forced to forfeit
• Lloyd Huskies complete season with 14-11 record

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