Tonight, be the first to try the new Butternuts/Anthrax...

Tonight, be the first to try the new Butternuts/Anthrax collaboration beer, WarDance, with bass player Frankie Bello and Butternuts owner & brewmaster Chuck Williamson! Beer starts flowing at 7! »»Read Full Post

Recruiting: Commitment Monday

Army's second recruiting weekend of January turned into a successful one Monday as four recruits, who took visits over the weekend, joined the Black Knights' 2017 class. Neuqua Valley (Illinois) linebacker Jon Rhattigan, Northgate (Ga.) running back Ton Evans, Franklin (Tenn.) 6-foot-5, 275-pound lineman Caden Williams and Chattahooche (Ga.) slotback Issac »»Read Full Post

GOP senators criticize Cuomo's free-tuition proposal

Two longtime Republican state senators representing parts of the Mid-Hudson region voiced strong misgivings this week about Gov. Andrew Cuomo's push for free tuition for qualifying students at New York's public colleges, a sign that the Senate's ruling party may block or force significant changes in the Democratic governor's splashiest »»Read Full Post

Staying Active at Work

There are over 100 million desk job workers in the United States. On average, these individuals work eight hours a day, five days a week for approximately 48 weeks in a year. Out of that time, five hours a day is spent sitting at your desk adding up to 1,200 »»Read Full Post

Quick thoughts: Pine Bush-Middletown hoops

Pine Bush coach Steve Distefano said his team didn't play its best game of the seasson in a 69-62 win over Middletown Wednesday but the Bushmen will certainly take the victory. Pine Bush became the first team since Kingston on Feb. 12, 2014 to beat Middletown on its home floor »»Read Full Post

Breast Cancer Victims and 'Chemo Brains'

Humans Arrived In North America Much Earlier Than Previously Believed Scientists from Montreal University and Oxford University recently published research about a reexamination of animal bones found in Blue Fish Cave in the Yukon Province in Canada near the present boarder with Alaska. Thirty years ago, archeologist Jacques Cinq-Mars, published »»Read Full Post

Show and Tell!

The first Plattekill Historical Society meeting of the year will take place on Saturday, January 21, 2017 at 1 p.m. All are welcome to join us at the Modena Memorial United Methodist Church's Hasbrouck Hall for a "Show and Tell." Bring an item of historical interest to share with the »»Read Full Post

U.S. Figure Skating Nationals on NBC networks this week

The U.S. Figure Skating Championships kick into full gear this week with 30 hours of coverage planned on the NBC Sports networks. Terry Gannon, Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir will call the action from Kansas City. The Skating Spectacular will be taped and shown on NBC and Universal on Jan. »»Read Full Post

Give Yourself “A Major Award” this Holiday Season!

There’s only one Classic Holiday Movie that can claim the phrase, “It’s a major award!” Now that movie comes to life on the stage of the Woodstock Playhouse as one of the finest musicals around this holiday season: ‘A Christmas Story’, the musical! From the red-hot tap number, ‘You’ll Shoot »»Read Full Post

Professor from Norway tours Newburgh Armory education programs

Restoring the gymnasium was at the forefront as philanthropist Bill Kaplan and other Newburgh leaders began the work of resurrecting the city’s abandoned armory on William Street in 2010. Six years later, it is education that is the centerpiece of the Newburgh Armory Unity Center. While kids still sprint up »»Read Full Post