Severe storm activity has the potential to cause power line damage and electric service interruptions.
Passenger arrested for possessing three pounds of marijuana following a traffic stop on I-87.
A Newburgh man and Montgomery woman face felony drug charges.
Orange County Veterans Memorial Cemetery to host Wreaths Across America ceremony on December 16.
South Salem Presbyterian church chili cook-off to benefit Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter.
Donna Romaniello is in the cardiac rehab program at Putnam Hospital Center after having triple bypass surgery last year.
The complimentary program provides alternative therapies to patients as they undergo surgery, radiation and chemotherapy.
Six Former Colt Athletes Highlighted; Standouts in Soccer, Hoops, Softball, Tennis and Cross Country
Burbio secured a seed investment from the Hudson Valley Startup Fund.
CAREERS Support Solutions, Inc. celebrates 30 years of providing job placement services.
Orange County Cerebral Palsy Association, Inc., (Inspire) announced its newest Foundation Board member, Scott Miozzi, a Goshen High School and SUNY Orange graduate.
Orange County saves $18 million through four years of Voluntary Separation Incentives, said Neuhaus.
Dunn, a Town of Wallkill resident, received a life-saving double lung transplant in 2008.
Bush calls on cadets to lead by example and restore confidence in America
Reel Expressions International Teen Film Festival features youth-produced films – narrative, animation, experimental and documentary – from the Hudson Valley and around the world.
The “aging athlete” is anyone who pursues athletic endeavors, whether competitively or not, as they age.
The Office for the Aging continually presents free training sessions on Medicare for residents who are approaching the age of 65 during the upcoming months.
Starting in April 2018, every Medicare beneficiary will be receiving a new Medicare card, replacing the current card, which includes Social Security numbers.