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...]

Flags for July 4th on Independence Ave

This is a big shout out to all our friends and neighbors in the Independence Avenue area of Middletown who may be wondering how all the flags appear, lining the street each July 4th. Check out this video and see who's been putting out the flags and having a great … [Read more...]

Ribbon Cutting Set for Revitalized City Pool

 War Veterans Memorial Pool, 39 Frank Shorter Way, Middletown, NY ready for reopening as part of million dollar project. Finishing Touches are continuing this week in preparation for the ribbon cutting ceremony Monday morning at 10:30 June 30, 2014.  Mayor Joseph … [Read more...]

400 Adults and Children Attend Community Fund Raiser

Two long time Middletown organizations were very gratified with the public turnout for their latest fund raising effort for a community service.    With the temperature getting up into the high 40’s this past Saturday afternoon everyone seemed in a good mood as they … [Read more...]

Middletown Neighborhood Guide: Town of Wallkill

If you’re thinking of moving to the Middletown area ,the Town of Wallkill makes up a big part of it.  In fact it covers just under 63 square miles and almost completely surrounds the City of Middletown. Population as of the 2010 census 27,426.  Racial makeup; 58% … [Read more...]

Ribbon Cutting for Middletown’s Presidential Park School

We can point with pride to the Middletown Schools, said United States Senator Charles Schumer, at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Presidential Park Elementary School.   He said Middletown is one of the best not only in New York State but in the entire country.  The … [Read more...]

A little bit of yesterday in downtown Middletown.

One of the most enjoyable stores you’ll have a chance to go into in the Middletown area is going to be, Any Old Thing.   You never know what you’re going to find there. I’m a boater and was amazed to find owner, Tracey Racine, standing behind a real wooden control … [Read more...]

Middletown NJROTC, In the NYC Veterans Day Parade

The Middletown High School NJROTC is an outstanding part of our community.  (NJROTC--Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp) The members of NROTC can be found at almost every community event we have from parades, pancake breakfasts, color guards, spending time … [Read more...]

Does Trick or Treating Make Your Neighborhood More Enchanting?

There's something magical about trick or treating in a small town especially in your own neighborhood. For the past two years we haven't been so lucky with the weather. First we had snow.   I remember maneuvering my youngest kids around the snow banks.  Yes banks … [Read more...]

Jim Witt–Well Known Meteorologist Hits $2.5M for Charity With Weather Calendars

I caught up with, Jim Witt, at the Orange County Trust Company Branch location at 78 North Plank Road in Newburgh.   He was there signing copies of the "Hudson Valley Weather Calendar".   It includes his Long Range Forecasts that he's made famous in his 42 years of … [Read more...]