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On Sunday, pulling a line of vintage cars, it became the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots Special, a train that drew enthusiastic crowds carting boxes of gifts to whistle stops across the county.
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On Dec. 17, Middletown's Common Council will have to revote on anything passed on Dec. 2, because of concerns that the meeting was scheduled illegally.
Former Canajoharie justice and mayor Leigh W. Fuller was the type of guy that everybody knew.
Gym rats, don't fret - a new, bigger Gold's Gym will open in April in the former Circuit City on Dunning Road, less than a year after the old one abruptly closed.
As the world shed tears over the death of Nelson Mandela at age 95, mid-Hudson leaders expressed their profound gratitude for the former South African president's unshakable heroism in the fight against apartheid and human injustice.
If Gilbert Gottfried was a car, he might be a Lamborghini one day and a Model T Ford the next, but never a sensible midsized sedan.
Networking, finger food and speeches heavy on the schtick - it's the formula for the Orange County Partnership's annual event, one of the biggest business get-togethers of the year.
The family of a man shot dead by Middletown police two weeks ago gathered to say goodbye to him at Rhodes Funeral Home Wednesday evening.
A Town of Wallkill man was sentenced Wednesday to prison time for causing the death of Allan Cardona last year in Middletown.
Conklin, 24, punched and kneed Cardona in a fight outside G's Westgate Inn on Nov. 10, 2012.
The Otisville Brass is a group of friends who love music and get together to jam on a regular basis.
Hudson Valley Boy Scout Troop 300 recently awarded Christopher Warren, Nicholas Weimer and Michael Merrigan the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest in scouting, at an Eagle Court of Honor at St. Joseph's Church, Middletown.
So far, the organization has raised less than $21,000 in this year's Red Kettle Campaign, down from $35,000 at this point last year, according to Maj.