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LIVE: Teen arraigned on murder, arson charges in Goshen homicide
One of the two teens facing murder and arson charges in the Aug. 2 slaying of 81-year-old Helen Mills in Goshen was arraigned Wednesday morning in Orange County Court.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Reader Photos: Deer photos from around the Hudson Valley
Middletown resident Jerry Kleiner recently snapped this photo of a deer family on his front lawn.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
The Plain Dealer
New York man writes own obituary, pokes fun at family, friends
A New York man who died last week figured out a way to get a few parting shots at friends and family.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Middletown urging minorities to take exam for police force
The city is giving its exam for prospective police officers on Nov. 15, and the push is on to get more minority officers to join the force.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Changing of the guard
One of the theaters was in the coverage area of our larger sister paper, the Times-Herald Record, based in Middletown, New York.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
NEWSWATCH: Middletown woman wins $3M in Lottery scratch-off
Featured in todays Record Newswatch - Monticello Mayor Gordon Jenkins blasts D-A Jim Farrell today and calls for a federal investigation following his arrest on charges related to the demolition of the village justice court building; Kingston police arrest three men for the bank robbery at the Rondout Savings Bank last month and a Port Ewen man is ... (more)
Middletown woman wins $3M in Lottery scratch-off game
Bronson was presented with a ceremonial oversize check Friday morning at the Shell Mart at Route 299 and South Ohioville Road in New Paltz where she bought the ticket.
Effort underway for new veterans memorial
A local veterans committee is working to establish a memorial to honor all veterans of all branches of the military, no matter when or where they served or where they live in the tri-state region.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Middletown teachers return to VC
With three weeks to go until opening day, the Middletown School District has been racing to find teachers to replace once-laid off Valley Central teachers who found jobs in Middletown, but chose to return to Valley Central as some positions were restored, the Middletown superintendent said.
Advertising Director Bailey named associate publisher
Brad Bailey has been named associate publisher of the Pocono Record, PoconoRecord.com and all properties under the umbrella of the Pocono Mountains Media Group, Joe Vanderhoof, president and publisher of the Pocono Mountains Media Group, said Thursday.
Shelter Tails: Special-needs pets need a little extra care
My tortoiseshell Krissy is now a special-needs cat. She had been healthy for 14 years, but started losing weight recently.
Middletown inks four-year contract with police
In a surprise move Tuesday, the Common Council approved a four-year contract with the city's police union that calls for incremental raises each year for the life of the pact and includes a controversial move to hire six part-time officers.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Mount Saint Mary College's new president set to move ahead
Anne Carson Daly has been busy since taking the reins as Mount Saint Mary College's president on July 14. "Getting to know the people, and the culture of the school," she said, including getting better acquainted with the board of trustees who hired her.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Kin still seek witness in I-84 road-rage death
It's been nine months since Tiffany Lesane died in a road-rage crash on I-84 in the Town of Wallkill, and her family and friends are pushing on with their quest for justice - and closure.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Device sold in Middletown shop reportedly helps smokers kick the habit
The device simulates smoking, and Schady takes pulls off the vaporizer throughout the day, sampling the tobacco-like RY4 flavor in the morning with his Dunkin' Donuts, fruity flavors and menthol in the afternoon and pineapple-peach in the evening while watching TV.
Independent shoe store, family-run, closing doors
The store has been selling off its remaining inventory at substantial discounts and gradually reducing staff, which numbered about eight before the closing process began.
LaDue: Valley View doing fine
At their regular "Friends and Family" session, Valley View residents and other interested citizens met with Valley View Administrator Laurence LaDue and Orange County legislators Myrna Kemnitz and Mike Anagnostakis.
Somerville Aluminum named a top dealer nationwideSomerville Aluminum...
Somerville Aluminum named a top dealer nationwide Somerville Aluminum is one of the nation's top dealers of Eclipse Shading Products.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Children's car seat event planned in Middletown
City of Middletown Police will offer instruction on the correct installation and use of children's car seats from noon-2 p.m. Saturday at Middletown Community Health Center's second annual Health Fair, to be held in Thrall Park, at Wickham Avenue and Grove Street.
Village of Chester Police blotter
Tony Mann, 35, of Bloomingburg was arrested on the charge of fourth-degree criminal mischief, a misdemeanor.