Tuesday Dec 3
Metro-North testing repairs to Woodbury Viaduct; Port Jervis line service could resume Wednesday
Metro-North will test the soundness of repairs to a pier beneath the Woodbury Viaduct Tuesday afternoon by operating an empty train over the bridge.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Middletown Salvation Army holiday Red Kettle donations dip
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.
Metro-North suspends service on part of Port Jervis line
Metro-North has suspended rail service between Harriman and Salisbury Mills to permit an inspection of the Woodbury Viaduct, where a contractor may have shifted a pier on the structure that carries the Port Jervis line over Route 32 north of Highland Mills.
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Rail delays linger for start of work week
There are residual delays for anyone traveling into New York City as a result of Sunday's Metro North train derailment.
Fair helps Port Jervis shoppers get in holiday spirit
Pitching tents and pitching sales, Port Jervis rolled out the welcome mat for 60 local vendors on Sunday in an effort to defy a stubbornly slow economy.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Married to a mob: Port Jervis woman charged with bigamy
A Port Jervis woman faces felony bigamy charges for being married to four men at the same time, police say.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Go! Arts & Entertainment calendar: Festivals & Family Fun, Nov. 29-Dec. 5
Downtown Port Jervis, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Dec. 1. Market in the tradition of markets held in Germany during the Christmas season.
Shelter Tails: Dealing with feral cats in Port Jervis
The City of Port Jervis is trying to get a handle on its feral cat population by trapping, neutering and releasing colonies of cats throughout the city.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
NJ Transit ramps up holiday schedule
NJ TRANSIT is offering additional trains and buses over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend to make it even easier for customers to connect with family and friends, travel to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York, or get started on holiday shopping at various malls throughout the state.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
The Jersey Journal
NJ Transit offering extra trains, buses for people who want to leave, stay for Thanksgiving
NJ Transit is offering extra train and bus service for the Thanksgiving holiday and the days that book-end it, including for the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Parade in Manhattan.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
New mayor eager to help Port Jervis
The newly elected mayor of Port Jervis, Councilman-at-Large Kelly Decker, is enthusiastic and energetic.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
College & Career Fair points students to future
With more students applying to colleges than in past generations, it's been getting harder in recent years to get into some schools.
Bells are ringing: Salvation Army kicks off its kettle drive
It is the symbolic start of the holiday season - bright red kettles staffed by Salvation Army and volunteer bell ringers, stationed at supermarkets and retail stores throughout the tri-state area.
New Jersey Herald
Montague, Port Jervis schools - sibling plan' off table
Negotiations aimed at offering upper-grade students from Montague the option of enrolling in the Port Jervis, N.Y. school district once a send-receive agreement with High Point Regional High School kicks in next year have fallen apart.
Workshops deal with eating disorders, quitting smoking
Ronnie Gioia once saw a 16-year-old girl die from an eating disorder at the very moment she was screaming that she had no such disorder.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Heather Yakin: Videotaping a valued tool for interrogations
New York state handed out $700,000 on Monday to boost the ability of police around the state to videotape suspect interrogations, including a modest sum of cash to a couple of our counties.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
14 charged with distributing heroin in Orange
Fourteen people were arrested between Monday night and Tuesday morning and charged with distributing kilogram quantities of heroin in and around Middletown, the area's third large drug bust within a five-day period.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
2 Port Jervis men charged in October gun thefts from Sam and Mabel's
Police have charged two Port Jervis men with numerous felonies in connection with an October burglary of more than a dozen handguns from Sam and Mabel's Sports Shop on Main Street.
19th Century Pollution Gets 21st Century Fix
The empty lot next to the condos on Gedney Street has a lot of history associated with it - and not just because a fading sign on the fence mentions a former New York governor and Nyack mayor.