Results: Kleeschulte qualifies for Met Am

Doug Kleeschulte will play in his third Met Amateur in six years. Kleeschulte, a 2008 Kingston graduate, shot a 2-over-par 74 to tie for seventh at Colonial Springs Golf Club in Farmingdale and qualify for the Met Amateur.  He made one birdie on the eighth hole. This year's Met Amateur »»Read Full Post

Petitions begin to roll in at Ulster County BOE

Petitions began to roll in Monday to the Ulster County Board of Elections. The Ulster County Democratic Committee submitted about 4,200 petitions for two countywide positions and 18 county legislator seats Monday. The committee made its unofficial endorsements last month and helped carry petitions for candidates, though those not endorsed »»Read Full Post

Section 1 vs. Section 9 boys soccer challenge schedule announced

On Monday, Oct. 12, Valhalla High School will host the second annual Section 1 vs. Section 9 boys soccer challenge. Here is a schedule of the games: Bryam Hills vs Cornwall, 10 a.m. Bronxville vs Rhinebeck, 12:15 p.m. Lakeland vs Goshen, 2:30 p.m. Mamaroneck vs Newburgh Free Academy, 4:45 p.m. »»Read Full Post

Notebook: Schurr ready for preseason camp

Senior quarterback A.J. Schurr is lifting and working out with the team, Army coach Jeff Monken said in a recent interview. Monken expects Schurr to be cleared to practice when Army opens its preseason camp on August 3. Schurr was sidelined during spring practice following shoulder surgery. "He seems to »»Read Full Post

berry good ideas

Summer, for me, is all about the berries. From the huckleberries I've picked in the woods around my house ever since I was tall enough to reach them to my mom's fresh baked, slightly tart strawberry rhubarb pie to the smashed blueberry mojitos that my sister makes for nighttime barbecues »»Read Full Post

Putting Fourth of July Phobias to Rest

A Fearless Independence Day for Fido Every year, as Independence Day rolls around, we veterinarians field many phone calls from clients worried about how their dogs are going to react to the noises of the celebration. The whole concept of the day seems odd to me. Isn’t England our greatest »»Read Full Post

DRINKING HV THIS WEEK ONWARD! 7/2

THIS WEEK!THURSDAY JULY 2NDGrowler & Gill in Nanuet has a Rogue Brewery Tasting 6pm - 9pm!Growlers Beer Bistro in Tuckahoe has a Gun Hill Brewery Tap Takeover at 7pm!FRIDAY JULY 3RDGreen Growler Grocery in Croton-on-Hudson has a Magic Hat Tasting 6pm - 9pm!The Craftsman Ale House in Harrison has a »»Read Full Post

National HIV Testing Day: Take the Test. Take Control.

Avi Silber, MD, FAAP, GHVFHC Chief Medical Officer Do you know your HIV status? National HIV Testing Day is tomorrow, June 27, 2015 and it’s time to “Take the Test” and “Take Control.” According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 1.2 million individuals are living with HIV »»Read Full Post

Cemetery Tour Brings to Life Notable Figures of the Past

NEWBURGH, NY – Within the City of Newburgh’s historic district and around the corner from Washington’s Headquarters is the remarkable St. George’s Cemetery. Established in 1838, this burial ground that overlooks the Hudson River is filled with stories once lived by those interred, from the American Revolution through the present. »»Read Full Post

Army hockey to host B.C., bring in 9 freshmen

A visit by NCAA tourney participant Boston College highlights three visits by Hockey East squads to West Point’s Tate Rink for 2015-16. Plus, Army will play a Sunday morning contest against Bentley at the Islanders’ new home, the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, on Nov. 1. Army also announced nine incoming »»Read Full Post