Thursday May 16
Suit filed to bar Monroe from reopening theater
A second lawsuit has been filed against the Monroe Town Board seeking to prevent it from reopening the movie theater it unexpectedly bought for $880,000 at a foreclosure auction in November.
Sun May 12, 2013
FLORIDA a " Flowers are a huge part of Mother's Day for Doris Scholtz.
Husband Ted, intent perhaps on maintaining the illusion of surprise, selects his wife's spring bouquet at Goshen Florist.
Fri May 10, 2013
NEWSWATCH: Goshen merchants display black ribbons over Government Center
Featured in todays Record Newswatch - Goshen village merchants display black ribbons as a sign of frustration over the still-uncertain future of the County Government Center; a crane operator from Cornwall lifts the final piece of the spire at One World Trade Center and Middletown High Schools lip dub video wins a place in the upcoming Hoboken ... (more)
Thu May 09, 2013
Malcolm X's Grandson, Malcolm Shabazz, Reported Dead
Family friend and mentor Terrie M Williams revealed the tragic news on her personal Twitter account earlier Thursday morning : I'm confirming, per US Embassy, on behalf of the family, the tragic death of Malcolm Shabazz, grandson of Malcolm fb.me/2ph2Qdqa8 Reports on the cause of death are conflicting with some rumors stating he was shot and others ... (more)
Wed May 08, 2013
Two for the tulips
Louise Glancey, right, and Loretta McCarthy, both of Goshen, take a stroll Wednesday through the Orange County Arboretum at Thomas Bull Memorial Park in Hamptonburgh.
Deputy Orange executive defies Diana, quits job
On the same day his resignation was announced, a top aide to Orange County Executive Ed Diana issued a public statement deviating from his boss' long-standing ambition to demolish and replace the county Government Center.
Tue May 07, 2013
Orange County sued for lack of redistricting
Orange County was sued on Monday for failing to redraw its 21 legislative districts for this year's elections - reviving a heated issue county lawmakers dropped last month after deadlocking on a proposed political map and then running out of time.
Thu May 02, 2013
Middletown YMCA opens old school for kids
Kids, workers, volunteers and board members from the YMCA, local officials, school alumni and others came to the former Liberty Street School Thursday afternoon, to commemorate the start of the building's new life as a center for the Y's programs for younger children.
Federal budget cuts hit Orange County jail
The number of immigration detainees held at the Orange County Correctional Facility has rebounded partially after a sharp drop that threatened to cost the county as much as $1.5 million in anticipated revenue this year.
Wed May 01, 2013
Donald E.P. Shaddock
The son of Elijah Shaddock and Mary Wisniewski, he was born July 9, 1931 in Goshen.
Hudson Valley Press
Orange recognizes public safety dispatchers
The Orange County Department of Emergency Services, Division of Emergency Communications held its 8th Annual Public Safety Dispatchers' Recognition Awards Ceremony on Thursday, April 25, at the County's Emergency Services Center in Goshen to honor and recognize the dedicated and outstanding service of the County's 911 public safety dispatchers.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Two companies interested in old Middletown TD bank building
The Ruby Group, which is based in Goshen, said they might want to buy the city-owned building; the Pike Company, which is based in Rochester, said they would buy the building for $500,000, renovate it and lease it back to the city for 25 years for $162,160 a year.
Hayworth keeping high profile
Unseated by Democrat Sean Patrick Maloney in November, former U.S. Rep. Nan Hayworth has been as visible lately as a campaigning congresswoman, turning up at ribbon cuttings, charity events and all manner of political and business gatherings in her former congressional district.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
The Journal News
Cortlandt motorcyclist rode 140 mph, hit police cars, cops say
A Cortlandt motorcyclist who hit 140 mph smashed his bike into two police cruisers on Sunday following a high-speed chase through Orange County, state police said.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Despite retiring, Diana still has fights left
Orange County Executive Ed Diana announced his retirement last week with the twin missions of his third term blocked or out of reach, but with eight months left in office to continue his quests.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
2 Republicans left to jockey for county exec
Both Republicans angling to replace Orange County Executive Ed Diana touted their prospects for victory on Wednesday, a day after Diana quit the three-way GOP competition and announced he'll retire at the end of the year for health reasons.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Hudson Valley Press
ORMC welcomes four new Board of Trustees members
The Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation welcomes four new members to its Board of Trustees: Jake Kriney, Cleveland Lewis, M.D., Steven I. Milligram, ESQ.
Orange redistricting move goes nowhere
An Orange County Legislature committee did nothing Tuesday with a new proposal to revise the county's legislative districts, meaning that, if nothing changes, they're moving forward to the November elections with the old district lines.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Waiting Room SolutionsA Promotes Industry Veteran David Beatty to Vice President of Sales
GOSHEN, NY, April 2013 - Waiting Room SolutionsA , an industry leading web-based EMR and Practice Management software company, is pleased to announce David Beatty's promotion to Vice President of Sales.
Nearly 1,000 without power in parts of Orange County
Nearly 1,000 Orange and Rocklandd customers in the Goshen and Warwick areas are without power Tuesday morning after a reported fire in a substation.