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Two Warwick Valley High School scholar athletes sign National Letters of Intent | The Warwick Advertiser
Photo by Heidi Thonus Pictured from left to right are Kaeli Thompson, seated, and her mother Heather Thompson and sister Kristin, a sophomore, and Taina Gamory, seated, with her parents Mary and Tim Gamory. Thompson signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Duke University and participate in trac
Warwick Community Ambulance responded to 154 calls for help in October | The Warwick Advertiser
WARWICK— The volunteers of Warwick Community Ambulance answered 153 calls for assistance during October, including 32 falls, 19 motor vehicle accidents and two overdoses.
Snow snarls traffic in Goshen
GOSHEN -Snow coated Route 6 in Goshen Thursday evening, creating bumper-to-bumper traffic.News 12 witnessed numerous drivers on the side of the road along NY-17 from Chester to Monroe.They were getting out of their cars and trying to push them because they were stuck.
N.J. weather: When will the snow stop? What to expect Friday morning
Astrong November coastal stormthat has beenlashing New Jerseywith a combination of snow, sleet, freezing rain and plain rain throughout the day will continue pestering the region overnight Thursday before winding down Friday morning, forecasters said.Thenasty storm, a nor'easter that arrived just on
One taken away in helicopter after Mahwah Route 287 crash
(Photo: Brian Branch-Price/NorthJersey.com)One victim was taken away in a helicopter from a car crash on Route 287 south in Mahwah that briefly closed all lanes of traffic.The crash was just south of exit 66, and the left-hand lane southbound and all northbound lanes have been reopened. Traffic is m
Warwick's Citizens in the Great War: John Kakarago, Fireman 3rd Class, U.S. Navy | The Warwick Advertiser
When the United States had declared war on Germany in April 1917, there were many big questions that arose, such as how long will it take to raise an army, are there enough heavy weapons, are the American generals capable of this task, and above all else, how is America going to ship millions of tro
Acclaimed folk-artist returns to Warwick with eighth annual Trunk Show | The Warwick Advertiser
WARWICK— On Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 3 and 4, acclaimed folk-artist Billy Jacobs returned to Warwick to celebrate his eighth annual Trunk Show and signing at Frazzleberries County Store on Main Street.
New Jersey Man Faces DUI Charge, Allegedly Tells Cops He 'Drank Too Much Because the Jets Suck'
A New Jersey man was arrested on a DUI charge after telling police he "drank too much because the Jets suck," authorities say. Christopher J. Greyshock, 57, of West Milford, is facing assault by auto, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence, reckless dr
Warwick unites to help children in need | The Warwick Advertiser
Photoby Vicki Hague Planning is in full gear for the annual Warwick Holiday Party for Children in Need. Among those organizing the Dec. 8 event at the Warwick Reformed Church are, left to right, Lion Trish Smyth, Backpack Coordinator Shirley Puett, Chosun member Master Cheryl Crouchen, Rotary chair
NJ Weather: Here's how much snow parts of North Jersey will get Thursday
A nor'easter is heading our way, bringing with it snow, sleet and freezing rain to the state. But, as is North Jersey's luck, the region will get as much as 4 inches of snow. Freezing rain may also fall in the area.
Thursday's heavy, wet snow could bring down power lines and leafy trees
Heavy, wet snow forecast to hit the region beginning Thursday afternoon may bring down more trees and power lines than usual due to all the leaves still stubbornly clinging to branches, tree experts and power company officials said Wednesday.
Winter weather advisory issued as messy storm approaches N.J.
A winter weather advisory will be in effect from 10 a.m. Thursday to 7 a.m. Friday in Sussex, Warren, Morris, Hunterdon, Somerset, Middlesex and Mercer counties.
Elephant in Orange County: Why state police were searching
“The responding trooper said it was pretty amazing because the owners came out and starting talking to him and said ‘Where are you going? Go back home’ and it turned around and came back to where it came from. It walked back home into the barn and the owners secured the barn," said Trooper Steven Ne
NJ Health Department takes enforcement action against Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation
HASKELL, NJ (Passaic County)– New Jersey Deparment of Health took enforcement action against the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation Wednesday, prohibiting all new admissions to the entire facility and requiring the hiring of a certified Infection Control Practioner (ICP) and the services
Touchstone Crystal Jewelry celebrates grand opening | The Warwick Advertiser
Photo by Bea Arner On Nov. 8, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton (right), Mayor Michael Newhard (left) and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined Ami Anton (center), her family and team members to celebrate the occasion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Chamber's "Caboo
Elephant caught taking late-night stroll in upstate New York
According to reports, the Asian elephant who resides at the Sanctuary of Animals, decided to leave after one of the workers forgot to turn on her electric fence.
Wanaque center gets millions in taxpayer funds to care for NJ’s fragile children
Now nearly half of its pediatric patients have become ill with avirus that is life-threateningto those, who, like them, have compromised immune systems.
UPDATE: Paterson Man Wanted for Shooting that Killed Two After Dispute with Ex-Girlfriend
Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and Paterson Police Chief Troy Oswald announce that based upon an investigation by the Paterson Police Department, in conjunction with the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office, Jonathan Hernandez, 31, from Paterson, has been identified as the individual want
MEASLES OUTBREAK GROWS: Boro Park Newborns In ICU; Lakewood 11 Cases; Monsey 68 Cases; Rabbonim Slam Anti-Vaxxers
The measles outbreak is spreading in Chareidi communities in the Tri-State area, fueled by anti-vaccine propaganda promoted by the anti-vaxxer cult. The outbreak is affecting only members of the Frum community. Not only are the anti-vaxxers responsible for this outbreak, butthey are responsible for
Hudson Valley Man Arrested After Police Respond To Armed Hostage Reports
Tyshawn Hargrove, 23, from Walden was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and criminal possession of a stolen property.