With the help of Black Dirt Farm Tours’ Joe Mauriello and videographer Steven Speliotis, the beauty of the Warwick Valley has been going viral and taking the internet by storm. The short video features the warm smiles of local business owners currently participating in the Black Dirt Farm Tour through the Valley and truly welcomes…

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After 17 years in business, Loretta Breedveld, owner of Warwick Valley Bed and Breakfast, an award-winning inn at 24 Maple Ave., felt a new sign was long overdue. And so on Tuesday, Nov. 25, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Sherry Bukovcan, president of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce, and Chamber Executive Director Michael…

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The Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce recently announced that State Sen. John Bonacic sponsored a resolution, which honors Warwick for being recently named one of the “10 Best Weekend Getaway Options in the United States.” StyleCaster, a national online social network where people connect with each other to share content and get recommendations from peers…

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It’s all new and all in color this year. The Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce recently released the redesigned Warwick Valley Guide for 2014-2015. The publication still includes the list of yearly events, maps and business directory, but this year it has a brand new look. After 18 years with the previous publisher Corporate Impressions,…

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According to StyleCaster, a national online social network where people connect with each other to share content and get recommendations from peers and experts around the world, weekend getaways can be a convenient and much less stressful ordeal than a planned vacation. And if you visit its Web site at www.stylecaster.com and go to the…

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Owners have restored and renovated the country inn once known as a quiet getaway for Babe Ruth and other celebrities Perhaps it was its fame as the largest bar in Orange County or its world famous selection of different brands of liquor and wines that more than 70 years ago attracted celebrities like Babe Ruth…

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During the height of its popularity – the late 1950s and early 1960s – there were approximately 4,000 drive-ins in the United States. Today, there are only 366 still in operation. This year marks the 80th anniversary of the drive-in theater, the brainchild of industrialist Richard Hollingshead Jr. In 1932, Hollingshead’s first outdoor theater consisted…

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Warwick Valley Chamber distributes new 2013-14 Warwick Valley Guide The Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce recently distributed more than 40,000 copies of the 22nd annual Warwick Valley Tourism Guide, Events Calendar and Business Directory for the villages of Florida, Greenwood Lake, Warwick and the five hamlets.The guide includes an extensive listing of events occurring in…

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Michael Johndrow in front of the Chamber of Commerce The village of Warwick is the primary nerve center for the Warwick Valley, nestled just 55 miles from Manhattan, but sheltered by mountains and blue highways. “No four-lane road and two mountains to get over, but 40 percent of our residents do commute,” says Warwick Valley…

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Sleepy Valley B&B Accommodations in the Warwick Valley area lead you through a trail of rolling hills and scenic meadows. With a number of charming bed & breakfasts, hotels, motels, and nearby resorts, we are able to offer a wide range of accommodations and amenities.  All of our lodging establishments pride themselves in providing visitors…

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