July 1st, 2015

Pine Bush, plaintiffs reach $4.48M settlement

The $350,000 set aside in next year’s Pine Bush School District budget for legal fees is a mere drop in the bucket compared with the reported $4.48 million that the district may need to pay in an apparent settlement of a years-long lawsuit over district personnel allegedly failing to act on five students’ claims of anti-Semitism in three schools in the north end of the district. Full article

Johnes-Holden Home to close

Johnes-Holden Home (JHH) will close later this year, due to ongoing and insurmountable financial challenges. Full article

Lloyd Republicans nominate slate

At Monday evening’s caucus, Lloyd Republicans selected their slate of candidates to run in the November election. Two positions were uncontested – Paul Hansut for Town Supervisor and Eugene Rizzo for Town Justice. Full article

Cobras win 2 of 3 in tournament

In the week leading up to their game in Newburgh, Thursday, June 25, the Middletown Cobras Nationals junior American Legion team won two games in a row during a home Father’s Day tournament. Full article

Town of Newburgh girls open tournament play with a win

The Town of Newburgh 11-12-year-old girls opened Little League bracket play Monday, June 22 with a 19-4 victory over Wallkill Area in the Town of Wallkill after jumping to a 12-2 lead after the third inning.Read full article.

Huskies experience a power surge

Lloyd’s senior American Legion baseball team was 8-4 Wednesday, June 24, prior to playing at Kingston, and an offense that’s been surging of late just kept going.Read full article.

Learn ‘All About Insects’ at the Nature Museum

On Sunday, July 5th at 10 a.m., come to the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum’s Outdoor Discovery Center, on Muser Drive, across from 174 Angola Road, Cornwall to learn All About Insects.Read full article.

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Wallkill Valley Times

• Pine Bush, plaintiffs reach $4.48M settlement
• Corbett Road subdivision raises safety concerns

Mid Hudson Times

• Johnes-Holden Home to close
• Deputy supervisor remembered

Southern Ulster Times

• Lloyd Republicans nominate slate
• Milton playground closed to the public


• Cobras win 2 of 3 in tournament
• Town of Newburgh girls open tournament play with a win
• Huskies experience a power surge

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