Workshop offers options for small businesses
Economic developers and representatives from commerce organizations pitched small-business owners on why they should use their services during an event Monday at the Orange County Chamber of Commerce.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Personal predicaments give birth to various gizmos and gadgets
Her hope, in turning the idea into a product, was that other people would buy it, chill out and get a laugh, too.
Orange Bureau Confidential: Orange lawmakers weigh options for Government Center fix
After three years of debate over whether to replace or renovate the Government Center, and then over how much of it to renovate, the discussion over the fate of architect Paul Rudolph's landmark creation has come down to a relatively fine-grained analysis of two renovation options that lawmakers hope to conclude less than three weeks after the ... (more)
Pearl Harbor dead honored with wreaths
Those who served our nation after one of the most vicious attacks on American soil and their families never will forget those who lost their lives.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
NEWSWATCH: Sister lives with memory of
Featured in todays Record Newswatch - derailment survivor Linda Smith of New Windsor recounts her experience during the crash that killed her sister, Donna Smith of Newburgh; Metro North service on the Hudson line returned to near normal this morning between Poughkeepsie and Grand Central and Monticello Mayor Gordon Jenkins survives a vote to oust ... (more)
New Windsor resident files claim in train crash
A lawyer for an off-duty New York Police Department officer who was injured in Sunday's Metro-North train derailment has served a notice of claim on his behalf against Metro-North Railroad, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the New York City Transit Authority, New York City and New York state.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
New York Post
Veteran NYPD cop hurt in Metro-North crash to sues for $10M
A veteran NYPD cop who was injured in Sunday's hideous Metro North crash has slapped the MTA, Metro North, NYC Transit, the state and the city with a whopping $10 million lawsuit, The Post has learned.
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ENAP Conference embraces planning
"This was the best attended Forest Products Conference we've ever had, and it revealed a great deal of enthusiasm about the outlook for the upcoming year," said Duncan Facey, VP forest products for New Windsor, N.Y.-based ENAP.
Sister lives with memory of tragic ride and loss of best friend
Sitting in the living room of her New Windsor home Tuesday evening, wearing her blue Renegades hoodie, she catches a glimpse of herself on the news being hauled away on a stretcher.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
DEC goes after asphalt plant at Stewart
The state Department of Environmental Conservation found a host of stormwater, housekeeping and record keeping violations last month at the temporary asphalt plant at Stewart International Airport.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
As winter sets in, more turn to local nonprofits to fill the gap in their food budgets
The food pantry had been open for two hours, but there was still a long line snaking down the steps, along the sidewalk and around the corner onto Avoca Street in Newburgh.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Newburgh Mall spread the opening over 2 days
The crowd was sparse when the Newburgh Mall opened at 6 a.m. Friday. Only the parking spots closest to the entrances were snapped up early.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Tolls on bi-state bridges rising Sunday
Tolls on the George Washington Bridge and the Port Authority's five other bi-state crossings will rise again Sunday, the third of five increases scheduled through 2015.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Heather Yakin: Stand up for victims of domestic violence
Domestic violence doesn't take time off for the holidays, much as we might wish it to take a permanent vacation.
Newburgh man charged with raping 15-year-old
Kevin Davis, 35, was an acquaintance of the victim's family and the rape happened at the girl's home in May 2012, police said.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Stores to stay open despite holiday backlash
The long-lost relatives, the roasting turkey, the whine of the electric knife, the gravy boat, the cranberry sauce, the extended feast, the coffee brewing, the pumpkin pie, the dirty dishes, the dish-washing, the inevitable nap.
NYC woman took $390K from employer, cops say
A Staten Island woman was arrested Thursday and charged with stealing more than $390,000 from her former employer, a Town of New Windsor construction company, over a period of several years.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
State police: NYC woman stole nearly $400,000 from New Windsor construction company
State police say a New York City woman has been accused of stealing nearly $400,000 from the Hudson Valley construction company where she used to work.
From 'little kid' to one seeking answers on JFK's death
The Times Herald-Record received dozens of heartfelt reminiscences about the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.