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Riders can get 12-month permit for $20
In a bid to woo Port Jervis line riders back from wherever they went post-recession and post-hurricanes, Metro-North will cut parking fees to the bone at its west-of-Hudson stations.
Interstate 84 westbound to close at Port Jervis tonight
The New York State Department of Transportation is advising motorists that Interstate 84 westbound in Port Jervis will be closed overnight Monday for bridge repairs between Exit 1 in New York and Exit 53 in Pennsylvania.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Port Jervis police cleared in federal civil rights lawsuit
The City of Port Jervis and officers in its police department were cleared July 21 in a 2010 federal civil rights lawsuit filed in Southern District Court of New York.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
One suspect caught, more sought in Deerpark burglary
Lucas Young, 29, of Port Jervis was charged Thursday with first-degree burglary and criminal use of a firearm, felonies, following a break-in at a Town of Deerpark home, state police said.
Annual Arts Walk brings people to Front Street
With subjects ranging from gardens to gorillas, artists and craftspeople lined Front Street on Saturday for the annual Port Jervis Arts Walk.
Port farmers market opens to eager crowd
Eager shoppers arrived an hour early for opening day at the new Port Jervis farmers market Saturday, but vendors arrived earlier and were ready for them.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Officials show off 109 new trees gracing Port
As summer rain nurtures 109 new Port Jervis trees, a few of the people who launched the mission to procure and plant them gathered recently to revisit their efforts.
Suffern Commuter Service Will Suffer through 4 Weekends of Track Work
From Metro North MTA Metro-North Railroad will replace track timbers on two bridges over the Ramapo River near Tuxedo on the Port Jervis Line for the next four weekends beginning this Friday night.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Some weekend Port line riders face temporary switch to buses
Some weekend train service on the Port Jervis line will be replaced with busing for the next month to accommodate bridge repairs near Tuxedo.
Port Jervis man jailed on parole violation, drug charges
A Port Jervis man whose car was pulled over by city police was picked up on a parole violation, in addition to two drug charges, police said.
Port Jervis woman charged with selling pot to 3 girls
A Port Jervis was arrested Sunday after undercover cops said she sold pot to three kids.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
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.
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.