The Applefest 2015 Committee has opened this year’s T-shirt Design Competition. The competition is open to all Warwick residents, including students. Adult and student entrants are encouraged to submit one or more designs, and the winning adult design will be printed on T-shirts to be sold at Applefest on Sunday, October 4. The submission deadline…

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Attorney Deborah A. Young has more than 25 years of experience having worked with numerous firms, dealing with a variety of legal issues and serving for almost a decade as Deputy Attorney General for the New Jersey Division of Law. Her firm, which offers legal services for small to mid-size businesses as well as individuals…

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Through her travels, Frances Bachmann noticed frozen yogurt shops were popping up everywhere and she realized Warwick did not have one. Location was key and when she and her husband, Dr. Vahan Bachmann, learned space was available at the former Sweetbriar’s chocolate shop at 26 Railroad Ave. in the Grappa courtyard, they knew they had…

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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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Included will be a torchlight memorial parade, skiing for boys and girls scouts and the Spring Rally  Calling all scouts. Mount Peter Ski Area, with lots of help this year from Mother Nature as well as its extensive snow-making capability, is reporting ideal conditions. The entire mountain, with a snow base of 25 to 60…

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Perhaps it was the picture-perfect weather or the increasing notoriety, but by all accounts the 30,000 to 35,000 estimates for the 26th annual celebration of Applefest last year on Sunday, Oct. 5, needed to be revised upwards. The Warwick Applefest 2014 Committee just reported that in its most recent accounting, which takes several months to…

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Gone fishing. George Laurence has just sold his business, The Garage at the Eclectic Eye at 16-18 Railroad Ave., and he literally plans to get away from the cold weather and go fishing in Florida. At least that’s his short-term plan while the new owners, Walter Welsh and his wife, Joanne Magro, who currently own…

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Shari McAtee-Caruso began her fitness journey while attending high school in Indonesia and teaching group fitness classes. Upon returning from Indonesia, she acquired her bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology and her master’s in administration. Her passion for exercise is what has made her successful. With more than 32 years in the fitness business she said…

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Warwick Chamber of Commerce reports 53 ribbon cuttings and 87 new memberships during the year Once again, there were far more entrepreneurs throughout the Town of Warwick who decided to take a risk and expand or open new businesses in 2014 than those who closed their doors. The Warwick business community saw a record number…

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Deadline to register is Jan. 12; two age groups eligible: 6 to 8 and 9 to 11  Museum Village and Bricks4kidz will host a Lego brick construction contest at Museum Village on Saturday, Jan. 17, from 1 to 4 p.m. to support the evolution of technology in America. What you need to know Here are…

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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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