April 15th, 2015

Medical marijuana

The Wallkill Town Board is expected to throw its support behind a proposed medical marijuana agricultural facility at their work session tonight, following a positive reaction from residents last week. Full article

Pothole problem

The Newburgh City Council is taking a close look at a possible solution to its pothole problem — a problem so severe that motorists driving down several of the city’s most traveled streets risked serious auto damage during a very severe winter. Full article

New schools chief

Last week, after considering 20 candidates in a five-month search, the Marlboro school board hired Michael Brooks as their new superintendent of schools, effective July 1, 2015. Full article

Vikings rally past Kingston to stay unbeaten

Valley Central’s boy’s lacrosse team went to Kington, Tuesday April 7, to begin its schedule against sectional opponents, and the Vikings, 4-0, to start the season, seemed a little out of sync halfway through the first quarter. Full article

Newburgh girls gaining valuable experience

They were supposed to play Millbrook at home Friday, but the field at Temple Hill School was too wet, and Newburgh’s girls’ lacrosse team went on the road to play their opponents on their turf field.Read full article.

Huskies hoping to learn from opening day loss

Highland’s softball team finished the 2014 season as the Section 9, Class B champions. But when they opened the 2015 season to defend their title against Red Hook Monday at home, they did so by committing nine errors and lost 13-8.Read full article.

A joyous celebration for the symphony

Ode to Joy – a contemporary title for Beethoven’s best-known work – will ring through the air this weekend as the Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra celebrates its 20th anniversary in joyous style.Read full article.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade Photos

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Wallkill Valley Times

• Medical marijuana
• Montgomery village budget includes raise for mayor

Mid Hudson Times

• Pothole problem
• New Newburgh zoning plan has residents worried

Southern Ulster Times

• New schools chief
• Highland Business Association is on the march


• Vikings rally past Kingston to stay unbeaten
• Newburgh girls gaining valuable experience
• Huskies hoping to learn from opening day loss

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