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Orange County pushes for quicker Route 17 fixes
Now that the state's Route 17 corridor study is complete, Orange County will start banging the drum for some cheaper, faster, easier fixes to congestion on the future interstate.
Fri May 24, 2013
Family Theater Beams with Durable LED Projection
Once the home theater bug bites, it's tough to shake. The owners of this elegantly appointed space had a theater in their previous home, so it was only natural that this time around - especially with two young children - they'd have another one built as a prime entertainment destination.
Thu May 23, 2013
Summer getaways: Sound Shore fun along the waterfront
Newsday Westchester's Summer Getaways series will examine a new seasonally friendly Hudson Valley destination every week through Labor Day.
Wed May 22, 2013
Mon May 20, 2013
Orange County group aims to help fight hunger and hardship in Haiti
He had seen one of his siblings die of malnutrition, and he didn't want to see it happen to another.
Thu May 16, 2013
VIDEO: Record Newswatch May 16, 2013
Featured in todays Record Newswatch - a late morning fire rips through a Main street residence in the Village of Chester; Democrat Michael Isgur announces his candidacy for Orange County District Attorney and a Sullivan County jury fails again to reach a verdict in a Monticello corruption case.
Sat May 11, 2013
FLORIDA a " Flowers are a huge part of Mother's Day for Doris Scholtz.
Husband Ted, intent perhaps on maintaining the illusion of surprise, selects his wife's spring bouquet at Goshen Florist.
Fri May 10, 2013
In-Ceiling Surround Sound Helps Max Out Narrow Theater Room
Not every house is designed with a room that has the perfect dimensions for the perfect home theater.
Tue May 07, 2013
Mon May 06, 2013
The Port Chester Daily Voice
Port Chester Man Profiled In New York Times Immigration Story
PORT CHESTER, N.Y. A Port Chester businessman was featured Sunday by the New York Times in a story that suggests entrepreneurial immigrants, even if they are undocumented, could help boost the American economy.
"Amy's Kisses" Carries on Legacy of Haverford HS Grad By Helping Kids
A graduate of Haverford High School, Cornell University, and the Wharton Business School, Amy Perez was 38 years old when her estranged husband brutally bludgeoned her to death and shot and killed their two children in the couple's West Chester, NY home 18 months ago.
Chester police merger talks focus on fears, finances
Leaders from both governments appeared amused when Ben Syden, a consultant with the Laberge Group of Albany, joked about having to drive around a minor tractor-trailer incident handled by officers from both municipalities on his way to the meeting.
Sat May 04, 2013
Galarza vs Thompson tonight in Queens, New York
TONIGHT!!! at the Resorts World Casino in Queens, New Legend Boxing, Old World Boxing and W.O.N Promotions presents an eight bout that will be headlined by undefeated Bantamweight Juan Dominguez takes on Manuel de los Reyes Herrera in the ten round main event.
Saints Brigade Drum and Bugle Corps Gets Set for a New Season
The Saints are coming. The Saints Brigade Drum and Bugle Corps of Port Chester is getting set to kick off a new season of performances and competitions.
Fri May 03, 2013
The Cap's Garcia's Formally Opens May 16 with Live Music
In partnership with the family of Jerry Garcia, The Capitol Theatre is christening its lobby bar as Garcia's in honor of the late Grateful Dead guitarist and singer, who counted the Port Chester, NY, rock palace among his favorite venues in the country.
Thu May 02, 2013
Towns disagreeing on Camp La Guardia plan
Tension is brewing between the communities of Chester and Blooming Grove in talks with Mountco over the development of Camp La Guardia, even as the two try to negotiate with the developer over the vision for the project.
Port Chester: Property Owner to be Cited with 44 Violations for Illegal Work that Weakened Building
Port Chester village officials are planning to cite the owners of a structurally damaged downtown building complex with more than 40 violations because of illegally performed work that has weakened the structure.
Why Illegal Work on Port Chester Building Surprised Village Officials
When Port Chester village officials discovered illegal work done on a key structural wall at a dowtown property on Tuesday, they were surprised by what they found.