A Tremendous Project

Is how Middletown School District President John Perrino describes the No Kid Hungry Backpack Program the Middletown Lions Club has been providing to children for the last seven years. Recently he brought along some of the district's top administrators to see the … [Read more...]

Santa Comes to Middletown Key Club Family Night

 Middletown High School's Key Club hosted a holiday themed family night for the community.   Ornament making, letters to Santa, fundraising for an adopt a family, a movie and a live visit with Santa were included. Emily Pacella, a teacher at the school and … [Read more...]

Highlights of Middletown Tree Lighting and Parade

Middletown Tree Lighting and Parade was the place to be the night after Thanksgiving. I’ve been around Middletown for a longtime and never have seen a crowd like this. I’ll agree with the crowd estimates.   People were ten deep or more.  3,500 to 4,000 at Festival … [Read more...]

Comments from Parade Route as Middletown’s Fire Parade is Now Once Every 3 Years

It won’t be until 2020 that Middletown’s Fire Department steps off for another parade.  We were at the 126th Parade on Saturday September 9, 2017 and made a video getting comments from people along the parade route on how they feel about it no longer being an annual … [Read more...]

The Middletown Lions Club No Kid Hungry Backpack Program got an early start this week.

With four days off for Presidents Weekend,  the school children were really going to be looking forward to getting their backpacks.  Glenice Foglia who heads the committee for the Middletown Lions Club said the 66 backpacks that are filled with food each week had do be … [Read more...]

Flags for Independence Ave

Middletown is lucky enough to have a street named Independence Avenue.  What better way to honor it each year than giving it a dressing with flags for Independence Day. My family and I have been doing that for many years.   My grandchildren enjoy helping,  sticking … [Read more...]

Mother’s Day

Always in favor of homemade gifts I asked my daughter to write her first article for MiddletownlivingMagazine.com about Mother's Day and here's what she had to say... "To me Mother's Day is about celebrating my mom and everything that she does for me. She taught … [Read more...]

Touring the Old State Phych Center

If you grew up around Middletown, NY then you probably knew someone who worked up at the State Hospital. Its lovely campus of old growth trees and sprawling lawns is located in west end of the city off of Monhagen Avenue.  The architecture is reminiscent to a time when … [Read more...]

A Real Estate Dream Come True

Just a little more than 3 months after listing their house in the coldest part of the one of the worst winters in more than a decade here's the happy couple, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Angela Caputo, standing in front of their brand new home. It was my pleasure to work … [Read more...]

Co-Host of this Website Wins Award

Jennifer Brenner Livesey has been presented an award for putting together the most creative real estate transaction by the Hudson Valley Region Chapter of the New York State Association of Commercial Real Estate Brokers at their first annual Dealmakers Awards … [Read more...]