There’s a new beauty shop in the Village of Warwick and it specializes in Microblading. On Friday, April 7, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Mayor Michael Newhard, Assemblyman Karl Brabenec’s District Office Manager Suzanne Edzenga and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined owner Carly Sesak, her fiancée, Jason Hazekamp, her staff,…

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A landmark store, The Inkwell, located at 46 Main St., will close its doors on Friday, Feb. 10. One of the oldest and most well -known establishments in Warwick changed hands in 2008 when owner Carol Bartnowski turned over the keys to Mohamed Ajamal. The business has been at this same location for 37 years.…

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Wolfies of Warwick is now offering beer and wine in addition to its extensive sandwich menu. In less than one year, Moshe Schwartzberg and his team at Wolfies have served more than 15,000 sandwiches, featuring pastrami, corned beef, Cubano special and more. All of the meats are home cured; the salads homemade. “Thank you, all…

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Celebration to include pizza-eating contest during Saturday’s Sidewalk Sale The heart of downtown Warwick is home to Frank’s Pizzeria, 64 Main St., where the Rinaldi family has been making homemade – and hometown – pizza for 40 years. They first opened their doors in 1976, during the country’s celebration of its Bicentennial, and have been…

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Taco Hombre has been a success story ever since 2011 when it first opened in the Village of Warwick at 16 Main St. Earlier this month, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Mayor Michael Newhard and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined co-owner Chad Wieber for the restaurant’s official new location ribbon…

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On Friday, March 27, members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors joined officials of the Greater Hudson Bank, NA, to celebrate the first anniversary of the opening of the Warwick Branch on Main Street. . Guests were treated to a breakfast catered by Tuscan Cafe. Last year the branch office, formerly…

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Last year Warwick resident Brendan McManus purchased a CertaPro Painters franchise where he had been a longtime employee. During that time he rose from painter to a sales and management role. McManus had also been awarded the 2013 Zicardi cup by CertaPro Painters, which recognizes outstanding individual effort and performance. On Wednesday, Oct. 29, Town…

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Warwick residents and visitors now have an opportunity to sample some of the finest beers produced by local and other small brewers. On Thursday, Oct. 2, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Mayor Michael Newhard and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined owners Michael and Maggie Keller and their staff for a…

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Adam Powers, owner of Fetch Bar and Grill at 48 Main St. and Village Billiards on the third floor of 17 Main St., the former Masonic Temple building, has just brought another and somewhat different business to Warwick’s Main Street in the downtown business district. On Aug. 27, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Warwick…

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Ordinary people doing extraordinary things — that’s how Master Doug Cook, owner and head instructor of the Chosun Taekwondo Academy, located on Main Street in Warwick, describes the martial arts pilgrimage he will be leading to South Korea this coming July. With 30 local adults and teens participating, it is Master Cook’s seventh training and…

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On Wednesday, May 7, Orange County Legislator Barry Cheney, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Mayor Michael Newhard and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors joined owner Adam Powers and members of his staff for the official grand opening of Village Billiards. The upscale pool hall and bar, which first…

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Although the media reported a disappointing holiday season for brick and mortar retail stores in general, the consensus of the downtown Warwick merchants was quite different. “Although the season was a week shorter due to a late Thanksgiving and there were a few days of rough weather, the holiday season was very strong at Newhard’s,”…

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This year, for the first time, holiday decorations along Main Street have included custom-made lanterns, designed and manufactured by John Redman, to enhance the Village of Warwick’s Historic District. – See more at: Warwick Advertiser Online

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Annual event encourages people to shop local and to be mindful of those who are in need Although the weather was cold and blustery with temperatures in the low 20s, shopkeepers reported a respectable turnout for the beginning last Sunday of the annual celebration of Home for the Holidays in downtown Warwick. The Warwick Merchant…

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