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  • Reserves applied to lower Marlboro tax levy

    As promised, the Marlboro school board voted last week to apply $1,890,000 in fund balance reserves to the tax levy, which brings the total amount that will be collected for the 2013-14 school year to $33,985,671.

  • Meet Me in Marlborough celebrates 10 years

    When Sheila Mannese was asked if she thought the agri-tourism/small business organization Meet Me in Marlborough [MMiM] she helped found would survive a decade, her first response was “no.”

  • Leukemia cases rising in Lloyd

    When Lloyd Supervisor Paul Hansut heard of yet another child in town who has been diagnosed with leukemia, he said enough is enough. He said it is alarming when six cases of leukemia have been diagnosed locally in the past year.

  • Marlboro standing behind football coach

    Last week the Marlboro school board decided to keep Richard Ward as varsity football coach, indicating they were satisfied with the investigations that looked into allegations of abusive language and behavior that he was said to have used against some of his players and other staff members.

  • Complete shutdown

    A 2007 International tractor-trailer overturned in a curve on the Rte. 9W southbound exit ramp of the Mid Hudson Bridge at 3:35 p.m. last Thursday, causing a complete shutdown of the lane for more than six hours. The Lloyd Police Department was first on the scene.

  • District sponsored investigation backs Marlboro Coach

    In response to allegations made against Marlboro varsity football coach Richard Ward, the school board recently hired Joseph Wooley, an attorney with a private practice in Westchester, to look further into allegations concerning possible comments Ward may have made to or about his players. This is the third investigation that has been made into the […]

  • Marlboro coach under fire

    Despite a winning record, Marlboro varsity football coach Richard Ward is under fire from district parents who allege a pattern of verbal abuse and inappropriate language.

  • Marlboro is ‘made whole’

    The Marlboro school board had some good new to share at last week’s meeting, when word came that back taxes owed by the Dynegy Corp have been paid.

  • Vote to move Town Hall postponed to Nov. 5

    Last week, Marlborough town attorney Ron Blass submitted resolutions to the Town Board setting forth the parameters of a special referendum election scheduled for Aug. 13 when voters were to decide on a proposal to move the town government offices, the Police Department and the Town Justice Court to the now-closed Milton School and to […]

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