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Port Jervis man found guilty of killing girlfriend, trying to cover up murder with arson
An Orange County man has been found guilty of slashing his girlfriend's throat then setting a fire to cover up the killing.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
A Town Divided: Social services and sewers
As the rift between the town of Monroe and the Village of Kiryas Joel widens over the Hasidic community's bid to annex more land, critics are expressing concerns that a larger village could mean a bigger burden on Orange County taxpayers.
Inaugural poet Richard Blanco at OCCC Monday
Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco, who read from the steps of the United States Capitol on Jan. 21, 2013, will read his poem, "One Today," when he comes to Orange County Community College on Monday, April 21. He will read this poem, which he wrote for the second Inauguration of President Barack Obama, plus several others of his original works.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Editorial: Rise of heroin use in mid-Hudson calls for new approach
When it comes to heroin use in the region with its associated damage to individuals, families and communities, that first step is well established.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
2 workshops will explore wage negotiations for women
The Orange County YWCA and SUNY Orange Career Services will host two wage-negotiation workshops specifically for women.
Tax day: No extra time this year, but IRS, state say most people have filed
Tax returns are due Tuesday. There are no extra days this year; it's April 15. Most people are done, according to the Internal Revenue Service and the New York state Department of Taxation and Finance.
Blasts severely damage couple's upstate NY home
Fire investigators are looking at oxygen tanks as the possible source of explosions and a fire that severely damaged a couple's upstate New York home.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Orange Confidential: State slams Circleville Fire Company's payment method
The state comptroller's office rapped the Circleville Fire Company for making payments without following proper procedures, in an audit released Thursday.
Heroin is on the rise in the Hudson Valley
The heroin dealer shoved the metal barrel of a gun against the baby-faced young man's head.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Monticello rubble pile will finally go
A week after ordering Monticello officials to leave untouched the remains of the old village court while the state investigated its demolition, Sullivan County District Attorney Jim Farrell is giving the village clearance to remove the pile of rubble.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
SUNY Orange troupe to perform one-act plays
Under the billing of "Monsters and Freaks," the SUNY Orange Apprentice Players will hold their annual spring performances of a pair of one-act plays, including "Death Comes to Us All, Mary Agnes" and "Freakshow," this month in Orange Hall Theatre on the college's Middletown campus.
NEWSWATCH: Recovering heroin addicts tell their story during forum in Middletown
Featured in todays Record Newswatch - recovering heroin addicts tell their story during a forum in Middletown; the stories of sexual assault victims and their loved ones are told through the Clothesline Project in Port Jervis and hundreds go in search of employment at the SUNY Orange Job Fair.
Serious injury reported in 2-car crash in Middletown
At least one person was apparently seriously injured and had to be helicoptered to the hospital after what was initially reported as a two-car crash at the intersection of Wisner and Carpenter avenues.The were flown out from the parking lot behind the former Caldor plaza.
Sparks Fly as a New Indiegogo Campaign to Publish Book Gets Underway
Author, Maria Blon launches a crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo as she aims to get her new book 'Sparks of Passions' published and distributed.
Job fair attracts nearly 800
SUNY Orange's annual job fair Thursday drew more employers than in years past - so many, in fact, that some were turned away.
Ex-addicts tell of heroin's grip at Middletown forum
He still went to school, held down a job, acted like a normal teenager. But after a while, the pills didn't get him high.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
The Civilians' The Great Immensity, Featuring Damian Baldet and Chris ...
The New York premiere of The Civilians ' The Great Immensity begins previews April 11 prior to an official opening April 24 at the Public Theater.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Fugitives wanted for Pennsylvania burglary arrested in Middletown
Pennsylvania State Police contacted their counterparts in New York Tuesday for help locating Jennifer Speaker, 21, and Peter Ammendola, 22. They were found at a residence at 114 East Main St. and arrested without incident, said state police.
Hudson Valley Press
Paola Aguilar Joins Ulster Savings Bank's Lending Team
In response to Orange County's growing mortgage needs, Ulster Savings Bank recently announced the addition of Paola M. Aguilar to their 7 Coates Drive, Goshen mortgage center as a Mortgage Specialist.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Groups to host local forums on heroin
A month after that, the state Senate majority's Joint Senate Task Force on Heroin and Opium Addiction will also be in the area, as part of its statewide tour to solicit input on rising heroin and painkiller abuse and come up with ideas to address the problem.