April 9th, 2014

State finds flaws in Montgomery IDA process

“We demand that the tax breaks given to UNFI in violation of the law be rescinded,” said local activist group New Yorkers Against Industrial Development Tax Abuse in a statement. In December, the group filed a complaint with the state’s Authorities Budget Office (ABO) which oversees public authorities like the Town of Montgomery IDA. Full article

Demonstrators protest cuts to education

Teachers, students, parents and education professionals from across county school districts gathered in front of State Sen. Bill Larkin’s office in New Windsor Tuesday to voice their opposition to ongoing cuts in education funding. Full article

Marlboro fire chief honored for service

Marlboro Fire Chief Bobby Troncillito is a very lucky man. He has served in the Marlboro Fire Department for 50 years, with 35 consecutive years in the position of fire chief. Full article.

Vikings rally past Bushmen to win 14-8

Pine Bush’s boys’ lacrosse team had its first lead of the season Wednesday, April 2 when Joey Wise scored seconds into their game with Valley Central at home. Full article

Goldbacks sweep in singles against the Wizards

Tyler Reede was upbeat and smiling before Newburgh’s boys’ tennis team hosted Washingtonville at Mount Saint College Tuesday, April 1, during their season opener.Read full article.

Dukes crush Coleman, 10-0, in opener

Marlboro’s baseball team was a sub .500 squad last season, but during their 2014 season opener at home Tuesday, April 1, the Dukes tried to put that campaign far behind them by routing Coleman 10-0.Read full article.

‘Monsters and Freaks’ at SUNY Orange

Under the billing of “Monsters and Freaks,” the SUNY Orange Apprentice Players announce their annual Spring performances of a pair of one-act plays, including “Death Comes To Us All, Mary Agnes” and “Freakshow,” this April in Orange Hall Theatre on the College’s Middletown campus.Read full article.

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