Effective Thursday, June 4, 2020 Pursuant to the Governor’s order, effective Thursday, June 4, 2020, all licensees in regions that have entered phase 2 of reopening and which have on-premises service privileges under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law (ABC Law) may, subject to the guidance below, resume outdoor, on-premises service of alcoholic beverages and/or food.…

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Orange County Executive Steven Neuhaus has been working over 12-hour days to keep on top of the COVID-19 coronavirus. During the week on Mondays through Fridays around 8:45 a.m., Neuhaus calls local radio station WTBQ to provide updates about the health crisis in the County. To listen to the County Executive, tune in to 1110…

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Enjoy fun & a few laughs with Half Pint & John Christison, owner of Yesterdays restaurant. The inseparable duo teamed up to create entertaining videos on Yesterdays Irish Pub Facebook page & Instagram account (yesterdays_warwick) to bring good cheer to others while everyone is practicing social distancing & taking precautions during the coronavirus health crisis.…

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Local businesses continue to serve customers in different ways during the COVID-19 pandemic. Corrine Iurato of Pecks Wine & Spirits, located at 1 Bank St. in Warwick, offers customers window pick up service. Peck’s is open from Mon., through Sat. from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. & on Sun. from 12 noon to 6 p.m.…

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The Warwick Historical Society will hold an evening of paranormal tales and other-worldly insight at the Spirited Warwick event at Baird’s Tavern, 103 Main Street, Warwick, on Thurs., Jan. 30 at 7 p.m., snow date Fri., Jan. 31. Baird’s Tavern is one of the oldest structures in the Village of Warwick, erected by Francis Baird…

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For over a year the Warwick Lions Club has participated in a program offered by Trex, a company that manufactures composite materials used for outdoor decking and furniture, to obtain park benches for the community. Plastic waste that cannot be placed in regular recycling bins is collected and for every 500 pounds a new bench…

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Warwick. Season ended strong in spite of late start and some poor weather. Thanksgiving, the holiday that occurs just before the kick off of downtown Warwick’s annual celebration of Home for the Holidays, came late this year. And to make matters worse, there was rain, a rare heavy downpour during most of the day, for…

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School libraries are perhaps traditionally thought of as quiet, stale rooms filled with boring books and little else. However, the newly renovated Warwick Valley Middle School has turned that stereotype on its literary head by revamping its library into a high-tech hub where books, technology, and stylish modernity seamlessly collide in a bright, open, and…

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Warwick. Firm offers reasonably priced shared professional office space. Anyone looking to get out of his or her home office will appreciate the advantages of reasonably priced shared professional office space and Dreamworx, described as Warwick Valley’s premier co-working facility, has reopened under new management. On Friday, Oct. 11, members of the Warwick Valley Chamber…

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More than 70 children’s authors from the Tri-State area and beyond turned out for the annual Warwick Children’s Book Festival on Sat., Oct. 12 on Railroad Ave. in Warwick. The authors were stationed under a large tent on the street, which was closed to traffic, and children were able to talk to authors and illustrators,…

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