Kevin Fisher grew up around many moving parts. This would not surprise anyone who sees his exhibit of metal sculptures made from discarded motorcycle pieces and metal supply materials at the Golden Fish Gallery this month.
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PHOTOS: Port Jervis Arts Walk
Members of the Orange County rock group Obsidian entertain the crowd during the 16th annual Arts Walk and Summer Street Fair presented by the Tri-State Chamber of Commerce in Port Jervis Saturday.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Port's Arts Walk and Summer Street Fair today
The Tri-State Chamber of Commerce will present the 16th annual Port Jervis Arts Walk and Summer Street Fair from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. today with a movie at 9 p.m. on Front Street in downtown Port Jervis.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Historian to lecture on 'Infamous Walking Purchase'
The Neversink Valley Museum of History & Innovation will present local historian Frank Salvati of Port Jervis, speaking about "The Infamous Walking Purchase of 1737," at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 6. The third installment of the museum's History Lecture Series will be held at the D&H Canal Visitor's Center, 58 Hoag Road in Cuddebackville.
Council welcomes Rite Aid, worries about bridges
The opening of a big new Rite Aid drug store at Pike Plaza this week was announced at Monday's meeting of the Port Jervis Common Council.
Port ponders Point Peter's power potential
From his living room recliner, Port Jervis Mayor Kelly Decker can see the American flag flapping in the wind on top of Point Peter.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Rite Aid Pharmacy opens on Pike Street in Port Jervis
While work on the new store was underway, Rite Aid was located in a temporary space on Front Street, said Port Jervis Mayor Kelly Decker.
The Pike County Courier
New school timetable: Sept. 2016
The school district has already approved all the plans, but 35 permits must be cleared before the district can purchase the property selected for site and proceed with construction.
Get Out There: Eastern Poconos events listing, July 18-Aug 30, 2014
"Creatures on the Fly" will be presented at Hunter Farm Preserve in Slate Hill, N.Y., on July 19. Explore the ponds and meadows of 60-acre preserve in search of wildlife in flight, including dragonflies, butterflies, birds and ducks.
Best Bets in Eastern Poconos entertainment, July 19-26, 2014
Canoes are emptied of their trashy burdons as volunteers carry some of the 16 discarded tires pulled from the Delaware River during the 2013 clean-up organized by Kittatinny Canoes.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Port Jervis seeks vendors for annual street fairs
The Port Jervis Tourism Board seeks sponsors, vendors and exhibitors for its two annual street fairs in downtown Port Jervis: the Fall Foliage Festival on Sept.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Port Jervis man faces 3 felonies after apartment drug raid
A Port Jervis man was arrested on felony drug charges after a police raid on his apartment Tuesday.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Newburgh methadone program changes method of giving dosage
He carries no illusions about his fate if he did not enter the methadone program at the City of Newburgh's Center for Recovery less than two months ago.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
The Warwick Advertiser
Scott Corr pleads guilty in gun-shop burglary and murder conspiracy
When he is sentenced on Sept. 2, he is expected to receive an agreed-on sentence of 14 years in prison on the weapon charge, concurrent to a 6-to-12-year sentence on the conspiracy charge.
Port Jervis to host 164th firefighters' parade
On Saturday afternoon, the Port Jervis Fire Department will host one of America's longest parade traditions, PJFD's 164th annual Inspection Day Parade.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
St. Joseph's Place residents enjoy new Healing Garden
Residents of St. Joseph's Place, a long-term care facility at Bon Secours Community Hospital in Port Jervis, had an opportunity to enjoy an outdoor barbecue June 25 in their new and picturesque Healing Garden.
Get Out There: Eastern Poconos events listing, July 11-Aug. 10, 2014
Port Jervis High School Class of 1959 55th Reunion - Riverview Inn, 400 Shay Lane, Matamoras, 5 p.m. July 11. $51 per person.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
The Pike County Courier
Shop til' you drop at River Road Fair
If you wanted to shop for bargains, Barryville's whole River Road running along the Delaware turned into a huge garage sale the day after July 4. Along the walk from one end of River Road, you could buy homemade quilts, used books, receive expert eagle information, advice, and photos, and jewelry.