August 27th, 2014

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Angry Orchards coming to Montgomery

Angry Orchards, a hard cider company owned by Boston Beer Company, is hoping to make a home for themselves in the town of Montgomery — specifically on a 60-acre orchard on Albany Post Road. Full article

YMCA to close Broadway office

On Friday, the YMCA will shut the doors on its Newburgh offices and wellness center at 377 Broadway. A little more than four years ago the center was being touted by state Sen. Bill Larkin as “a safe place” for the city’s youth. Full article

Work in progress

Matthew Smith, manager of the Bob Shepard Highland Landing Park, updated the Town Board on a host of recent improvements at the park, which is an ongoing work in progress. Full article

QB battle brews for Bushmen

There was nothing they could do, as they got ready for practice last week. Pine Bush’s football team was in the locker room getting ready for the afternoon into evening practice Friday and water main breaks kept the players off the field because there was no water to drink after drills. Full article

QB battle shaping up for Goldbacks

The Newburgh Goldbacks have three quarterbacks hoping to play for them this year, and they also have three returning running backs, who each gained about 900 yards each in 2013.Read full article.

Rough schedule ahead for Huskies

Highland’s football team returned to the playoffs in 2013 after a struggling for a few years to get back there, and the Huskies finished with a 6-3 season and a loss to Rondout in the Section 9, Class B semis.Read full article.

Voices of Glory headline festival

The 26th Annual City of Newburgh International Festival will be held over Labor Day Weekend, August 29- Sept. 1. This year’s festival will once again be on the grounds of the Newburgh Armory Unity Center at 321 S. William St. Read full article.

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Wallkill Valley Times

• Angry Orchards coming to Montgomery
• Dog killing case goes to trial

Mid Hudson Times

• YMCA to close Broadway office
• Danskammer pleads case before IDA

Southern Ulster Times

• Work in progress
• Felicello resigns after arrest

Sports

• QB battle brews for Bushmen
• QB battle shaping up for Goldbacks
• Rough schedule ahead for Huskies

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