August 25th, 2015

Flooded Wallkill properties in limbo

For years properties on Viola Street in the hamlet of Wallkill have struggled with flooding due to drainage issues, but after the 1-2 punch of hurricanes in 2011, two homes are down for the count and one is struggling to stay on its feet. Full article

Loop asks town for signage help

In an indication that the Loop-Hudson Valley, formerly known as the Marketplace at Newburgh, is about to move from concept to reality, the Newburgh Town Board Wednesday showed willingness to listen to the developer’s pleas for adjustments to the town’s signage laws. Full article

Lloyd keeps sunset provision on billboards

After months in review, the Lloyd Town Board presented a near final draft of their proposed sign law to the public last week. The board has removed a key provision that would have allowed existing billboards to remain, seemingly in perpetuity. Full article

Hopes ride high for Vikings

Last year Valley Central won its first two games and had a winless middle of the season – before winning their final two games of the year and missing the playoffs with a 4-5 record. Full article

Goldbacks pick up where they left off

Newburgh Free Academy’s varsity football team returns to the Carrier Dome in Syracuse to face Henninger, Saturday, Sept. 5 for their season opener a little more than nine months after losing the state AA title game to Jamestown.Read full article.

Huskies face season with rebuilt defense

Highland’s varsity football team will host Burke during the season opener Friday, Sept. 4 after losing to the private Catholic school in the Section 9, Class B semis last season.Read full article.

Hidden talent at SUNY Orange

Colleges are incubators of creativity. And SUNY Orange is no exception. Many of those who work at the college use their imaginations and abilities to participate in the visual arts.Read full article.

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Wallkill Valley Times

• Flooded Wallkill properties in limbo
• Montgomery police: kidnap report false

Mid Hudson Times

• Loop asks town for signage help
• Ulster DA confirms Dubaldi probe

Southern Ulster Times

• Lloyd keeps sunset provision on billboards
• More building permit trouble for Plattekill

Sports

• Hopes ride high for Vikings
• Goldbacks pick up where they left off – in Syracuse
• Huskies face season with rebuilt defense

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