Monday May 20
Voters weigh school budgets
Voters who head to the polls Tuesday have a slew of tough decisions to make, as the region's 34 public school districts struggle with an ever-tightening financial crunch.
30 district budgets under NY tax cap
The proposed 2013-14 budgets for the mid-Hudson's school districts show the financial squeeze is getting tighter yet.
Lawsuit over KJ water project
Attorneys for three municipalities suing to halt construction of Kiryas Joel's water pipeline allege the village is installing a wider pipe than it promised without analyzing the resulting impact of increased water flow and population growth in Kiryas Joel.
Orange Confidential: Trial set for M-W gender-discrimination lawsuit
Gender-discrimination lawsuits brought long ago by two former Monroe-Woodbury School District administrators edged forward last week when a federal judge scheduled jury selection and a trial to begin on Sept.
Professor David N. Myers of UCLA To Speak at B'nai Abraham
Please note: This lecture was rescheduled from March 18 .it is now on Tuesday, May 28.
50,000 expected for holiday bonfire at KJ
Tens of thousands of Satmar Hasidim are expected to descend on Kiryas Joel Saturday night and dance for hours around a giant bonfire for an annual religious celebration known as Lag Baomer.