Diana still sitting on $331,000 in campaign cash

Former Orange County Executive Ed Diana has been out of office since 2013 and hasn't gotten any campaign donations since 2012, but he still has around $331,000 in unspent loot in his account, according the semi-annual disclosure reporter his treasurer filed this month. He had spent only $2,650 in the »»Read Full Post

Preventing Hepatitis

        Andrea Giovinazzo, FNP-C, Cornerstone Family Healthcare Did you know that as of 2015 there are 4.4 million Americans living with chronic hepatitis plus many more that do not even know they have it? World Hepatitis Day is on Thursday, July 28. Cornerstone Family Healthcare’s Andrea Giovinazzo, »»Read Full Post

The Slave Dwelling Project

Joseph McGill, founder of the Slave Dwelling Project, travels the country spending the night in historic slave dwellings to bring awareness to their existence, history, and need for preservation. On Friday, September 9, he will spend the night at Historic Huguenot Street in the Bevier-Elting House cellar, marking his first »»Read Full Post

NBC networks to air 106 NHL games

The New York Rangers will make four appearances on NBC next season and six exclusive games on NBC Sports Network. The New York Islanders make two exclusive appearances on NBCSN, including the March 22 game at Madison Square Garden. The New Jersey Devils get one national appearance, though the game »»Read Full Post

Upstate Invasion Tap Takeover tonight at Prime 16 in Pelham and...

Upstate Invasion Tap Takeover tonight at Prime 16 in Pelham and Trivia Night too!!! »»Read Full Post

Justice Denied

Justice Denied In a recent post, CNET.com published a story about a child pornography case that was dismissed because the FBI refused to reveal how the agency hacked the defendant’s computer to identify hidden child porn websites the defendant visited. According to CNET, this case presents another example in the »»Read Full Post

BCANY Summer Hoops Fest Mid-Hudson girls roster

The BCANY Summer Hoops Festival will take place in Johnson City on August 5-7. The tournament takes the place of the former Empire State Games tourney and features teams from all corners of the state. A provisional roster for team Mid-Hudson has been announced. player, 2016-17 year, school Melisa Alifano, »»Read Full Post

Army football grads thoughts on updated DoD pro policy

How much of an effect the updated Department of Defense policy, which allows service-academy athletes to pursue professional sports right after graduation, have on recruiting? A top Class of 2016 linebacker told the Times Herald-Record he would have given Army more consideration if the NFL was an option directly after »»Read Full Post

MLB's second half set to start

The second half of the baseball season begins in just a few hours. I had some MLB stories in the paper earlier this week. Here are the links. Column: Mets face long road to playoffs Five questions for the second half: Mets Column: Time for the Yankees to sell Five »»Read Full Post

Results: DeForest qualifies for Met Am

Cottekill's Ethan DeForest, a 2014 Rondout Valley graduate, fired a 1-over-par 73 Tuesday at West Hills Country Club in Middletown to advance to the Met Amateur. DeForest, who tied for third place, made a 10-foot putt for eagle on the par-5, second hole. The top four plus ties advanced to »»Read Full Post