2015 home kickoff times released

Army has announced all five of its Saturday home games will kick off at noon. The Black Knights host Wake Forest (Sept. 19) and Duke (Oct. 10) of the Atlantic Coast Conference, Division I-AA Bucknell (Oct. 17), Tulane (Nov. 14) of the American Athletic Conference & Rutgers (Nov. 21) of »»Read Full Post

Kleeschulte, Schaller advance in USGA 4-ball

Kingston graduates and former golf teammates Doug Kleeschulte and Jeff Schaller defeated California's Jordan Nasser and Taylor Wood 4 and 3 in the round of 32 at the inaugural United States Golf Association Four-Ball championship at The Olympic Club in San Francisco. Kleeschulte and Schaller made birdie on seven of »»Read Full Post

VIDEO: Pasqualina Tartaglione

Pine Bush freshman Pasqualina Tartaglione feels at home. Tartaglione feels like she belongs. After two years of competing against the guy on Pine Bush's boys' team, Tartaglione is playing with and against girls. Tartaglione, 15, shadows Washingtonville's girls' team for matches. Tartaglione's low score of the season is a 39 »»Read Full Post

One Grave at a Time

  Recently old, sometimes forgotten, cemeteries and burial grounds have received renewed attention by not only historians, but local civic groups. One such cemetery is the Old Town Cemetery situated between Grand, Liberty, and South Streets. It is over 200 years old and has borne witness to an ever-changing Newburgh, »»Read Full Post

Having This List Could Save Your Life

Dillard Elmore, DO, GHVFHC Gerontologist Approximately 7,000 drug error related deaths occur in the United States each year.1 Learn a simple solution that can save your life in the following article, written by The Greater Hudson Valley Family Health Center’s Gerontologist Dr. Dillard Elmore. In my geriatrics training at the Philadelphia »»Read Full Post


Secrets of the Stool Sample – Part 2  THE WORMS!                              Continuing our journey into the secrets of the stool sample, let’s learn about those monsters inside us – the worms. There’s a lot of misinformation out there about what worms our animals can be exposed to and infected with, »»Read Full Post

Sussman responds to revised Government Center review

Goshen attorney Michael Sussman argued Wednesday that Orange County's decision to revise its environmental review for its planned Government Center project validates one of the legal issues he raised in his pending lawsuit to stop the $71 million overhaul and expansion of the complex. Sussman issued a lengthy press statement in »»Read Full Post

Tanaka on the shelf for at least one month

Well, this was inevitable. The Yankees placed starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka on the disabled list Tuesday night with a sore right wrist/forearm. He'll be shut down entirely for about 10 days, at which point the club will take another look. The hope is that this period of rest will allow »»Read Full Post

White Gazpacho

Didja' hear? It's gonna be in the seventies today! And next week: we might hit the eighties! It's cold soup season, folks. Time to switch up those hearty stews for light, bright soups that highlight of all their ingredients. There's no better place to look for inspiration than Spain - »»Read Full Post

The Sun Sets On Another Tap NY! It was another amazing weekend...

The Sun Sets On Another Tap NY! It was another amazing weekend for NY beer at Hunter Mountain this weekend. Additions of an outdoor stage for awards announcements and most importantly, tenting the entirety of the slopeside area really made for a better overall experience. There was so much beer »»Read Full Post