Christian Poe off team

One of the few question marks left for Army's offense following spring practice was who would replace senior wide receiver Edgar Poe's downfield production this fall. Christian Poe, Edgar's brother, was the leading candidate to fill the role and ended spring as a top wide receiver alongside Jeff Ejekam. But, »»Read Full Post

Lawmakers vote to allow ward system for school boards

State lawmakers passed a bill this week that would enable school districts to create wards for the election of school board members, an idea that supporters in Pine Bush School District and Sullivan County have promoted since 2015 as a way to limit the ability of voting blocs to control »»Read Full Post

Dickson qualifies for U.S. Junior Amateur

Washingtonville's Matt Dickson punched his ticket to the U.S. Junior Amateur Friday, firing an even-par 71 in a qualifier at Mount Kisco Country Club. Dickson, who just completed his junior year at Washingtonville, finished second in the field of 80 golfers vying for three qualifying spots. He shot 2-under (34) »»Read Full Post

Tonight at 7, Mill House takeover plus Giant Jenga outside at...

Tonight at 7, Mill House takeover plus Giant Jenga outside at All City Grill in Lagrange! Buy a pint, keep the glass, lots of swag and more! »»Read Full Post

Employers Engage in Wage Theft That Totals $15 Billion

Best and Worst States to Raise Children CNN recently reported on an Annie E. Casey Foundation study that ranks states on ethnographic data that gages the well-being of children. For the second year in a row, Minnesota ranks first as the most kid-friendly state. Predictably, Mississippi ranked last in the »»Read Full Post

CFL returns to ESPN networks

ESPN will open its Canadian Football League schedule with four games on its TV networks this week. ESPN networks have 13 regular-season games scheduled through August 13, with more to be announced later. The networks will also carry the CFL playoffs and Grey Cup championship in the fall. Montreal Alouettes »»Read Full Post

SUNYAC academic awards

SUNYAC Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll Student-athletes with 3.30 GPA or better Section 9 graduates SUNY Brockport Whitman Oehler-Marx (New Paltz), Sr., track and field, chemistry Dylan Serfis (West Hurley), Soph., men’s soccer, business administration Therez Young (Middletown), Sr., track and field, psychology Buffalo State Blaine Billings (Newburgh), Fr., track and »»Read Full Post

Healthy Beginnings: Giving your baby the best start

        Marian Seliquini, CM, LM, MS The childbearing year is an incredible journey. Pregnancy, birth, and the early days with a new baby are significant and unique events in the life of any woman. This is a time full of huge physical, emotional, and psychological changes. Standard »»Read Full Post

Section 9 softball tournament brackets (updated)

Class AA Quarterfinals Tuesday, May 23 No. 8 Valley Central at No. 1 Kingston, 4 p.m. No. 5 Middletown at No. 4 Roosevelt, 4 p.m. No. 6 Newburgh at No. 3 Minisink Valley, 7 p.m. No. 7 Warwick at No. 2 Monroe-Woodbury, 4 p.m. Semifinals Thursday, May 25 Valley Central-Kingston »»Read Full Post

Race dominates Newburgh school board forum

Five candidates for three Newburgh school board seats broadly agreed with the goals of boosting black and Latino student achievement, reducing suspensions and diversifying the district’s teaching staff during a forum Thursday evening. Two incumbents – board President Carole Mineo and Darren Stridiron – will compete Tuesday for new three-year »»Read Full Post