The new poll is up regarding tomorrow. Would love your take… so post your reasons for your answers.
I’m up here in Queensbury all ready for tomorrow’s state final four. So for any of you who wants to know, here’s my take on how Valhalla will do tomorrow: State semifinal Valhalla vs. Mynderse Academy (Section 5), 9am: If anyone read my scouting report in today’s paper, you’ll know… Read More →
For all of you in Valhalla that will be following the softball team for the state final, I’m going to provide you directions to the facility as well as the address for all of you people with GPS: The Adirondack Sports Complex 326 Upper Sherman Ave. Queensbury NY These directions… Read More →
Mount Pleasant will hold the first of two budget meetings on Tuesday, Nov. 22. The public meeting will be held at 8 p.m. at the Town Court, 1 Town Hall Plaza in Valhalla. The Dec. 13 meeting will be held at the same time and place. Town Supervisor Joan Maybury’s $39.9… Read More →
Regional semifinals Class B: Valhalla vs. Rhinebeck (Section 9), noon Carle Place (Section 8 ) vs. Babylon (Section 11), noon Class C: Haldane vs. Chester (Section 9), noon Friends Academy (Section 8 ) vs. Port Jefferson (Section 11), noon If Valhalla and/or Haldane win Regional finals Class B: 2:30 p.m…. Read More →
Albanian singer Shpat Kasapi performs at the Albanian Heritage Day at Kensico Dam Park in Valhalla to the delight of fans.
Diane Ramos-Kelly, who has led the Valhalla school district for five years, has announced plans to retire this summer to spend more time with her family. “I love this community. It’s been my pleasure and honor to serve here,” Ramos-Kelly said this morning. “I’m 58. I’m going to be a… Read More →
Henri LeGendre, 85, visited Valhalla Middle School this morning to tell the story he said is missing from the history books. LeGendre joined the U.S. Army in 1942 and served as a soldier in the 9th Cavalry during World War II. Soldiers in his unit, as were many others, were… Read More →
Cabin fever setting in? Or maybe your fever has progressed to a full-blown case of the “winter blahs” — a feeling of sheer boredom that strikes adults during the dull, dreary months of the cold season. Well, you can beat the blahs this winter, venturing outside for fun regardless of… Read More →
This just in from the Westchester District Attorney’s office: The Valhalla-based Children’s Advocacy Center has received national accreditation from the National Children’s Alliance, a professional membership organization dedicated to helping local communities respond to allegations of child abuse. The Children’s Advocacy Center, part of the Westchester Institute for Human Development,… Read More →