New Boat Named ‘Jim & Cate Cody’


The Warwick Crew team was joined by the East Arm Rowing Club on Sun., Nov. 27 for a boat naming ceremony for their new racing shell. The ‘Jim & Cate Cody’ was named after long time Warwick Crew coaches who dedicate so much of their time & passion to the … Continue reading →

ENGAGEMENT: Bisaro & Gossett

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  Paul Bisaro and Katie Bisaro, both of Warwick, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Marina Kathryn, to Cameron Gossett, son of Chris and Diane Gossett of LaGrange, IL.   Marina graduated from Warwick Valley High School in 2009 and attended Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN., … Continue reading →

Community Volunteers Gather to Wrap Gifts

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Story by Lon Tytell       Approximately 40 volunteers gathered on Sat., Dec. 3 at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Warwick to wrap about 1,500 items in preparation for the Holiday Project for Children in Need. This event will be held on Sat., Dec. 10 at the Warwick Reformed Church, … Continue reading →

Local Efforts to Reduce Waste & Encourage Reuse


      Sustainable Warwick and Interstate Waste Services (IWS) have teamed up to encourage both reuse and recycling in the local area. Reducing waste that ends up in landfills saves both resources and money. Reducing waste involves both consuming less and reusing whenever possible. Recycling also provides a way to transform … Continue reading →

Holiday Spirit Fills Greenwood Lake


Story by Lourice Angie       The Village of Greenwood Lake kicked off the holiday season on Sun., Dec. 4 with their third annual Holiday Festival, held at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Greenwood Lake.       It’s the most wonderful time of the year, the sun was … Continue reading →

‘Toys for Tots’ Train Comes to Town

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      A very special “Toys for Tots” collection train arrived in Sugar Loaf and stopped at Anne Marie’s Deli on Sun., Dec. 4. Children of all ages brought unwrapped toys for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve toy drive for needy children.        While the toys were loaded onto the train, … Continue reading →

Florida Residents Gather to Light Christmas Tree


Story by Christina Hedding       The Florida Volunteer Fire Department hosted the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in Florida on Fri., Dec. 2 on the front lawn of the Village Hall. The crowd gathered on the lawn for the festivities. For many citizens, the tree lighting signals the start … Continue reading →

Warwick Coalition Receives Mentoring Grant


 Story by Lon Tytell     The Warwick Valley Prevention Coalition and the Vernon Coalition received one of three Drug Free Communities (DFC) Support Program mentoring grants that have been awarded this year in the United States. The grant money will be utilized to assess the needs of the community … Continue reading →

Community Matters


Editor,       What an extraordinary community we live in. A family’s home exploded.     Scores of emergency services volunteers left their homes, jobs and families to assist. Within an hour, friends and neighbors organized to collect the basic necessities lost in the tragedy. By the end of the next … Continue reading →

Lines Divide More Than Just Railroad Ave.


 Story by Katie Bisaro    Several months ago, a single blue line was painted down Railroad Ave. in the Village of Warwick as a recognized symbol of support for police officers.     In recent days, a petition was started on by “Residents of Warwick” calling for Mayor Michael … Continue reading →