March 4, 2015 RSS feed / News

Margaretville's stuck in (flood) mud

To The Editor: The election cycle for Margaretville, mid-January to mid-March, is the time for the residents to give more attention to the condition and future of our village. More...

Onteora high's revamped school day proposal draws skepticism

By Joan Lawrence-Bauer A polite but skeptical audience met at the Phoenicia Primary School last Tuesday even­ing for a presentation about changing school day start times for high school students. More...

Petition drive started to re-open Key Bank in Phoenicia

By Jay Braman Jr. With the fate of the Phoenicia Key Bank branch still uncertain following a February 16 fire, a petition is being circulated that should let bank decision makers know where the people of the community stand. More...

Broadband upgrade seen as key to the region's growth

By Joan Lawrence-Bauer Four state officials traveled to Roxbury last week to discuss plans for a statewide upgrade to broadband services that have been announced by Governor Cuomo. More...

Building, security upgrades MCS board topics

By Joan Lawrence-Bauer Margaretville Central School board and staff members met with designers and architects last week to layout plans for a new entrance to the school. More...

Maple syrup season off to a slow start

By Dick Sanford The maple syrup season is off to anything but a sweet start, according to David Hill of Shaver Hill Maple in Harpersfield. More...

Pine Hill water system is at the freezing point

By Jay Braman Jr. Don Clark says it’s the lesser of two evils. More...

MCS lists three finalists for the superintendent post

By Joan Lawrence-Bauer Residents and taxpayers of the Margaretville Central School District will have an opportunity to meet and question candidates for the post of school superintendent in an open forum tonight (Wednesday, March 4) at the school. More...