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Ogdensburg Council meeting - Ogdensburg, NJ - 7/9/18

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  • 7/14/2018
  • Album ID: 2207114
  • Photos by Vera Olinski

Town of Chester meeting July 11, 2018

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  • Town of Chester meeting July 11, 2018
  • 7/11/2018
  • Album ID: 2206872
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Noble Pies celebrates tenth anniversary at ribbon cutting - arwick,NY - 7/3/18

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  • Leslie Noble has been baking her entire life and discovered she shared this passion with her husband and baking partner Tom Herman. On Tuesday, July 3, Orange County Legislators John Vero and Paul Ruszkiewicz, Mayor Michael Newhard and Jena Knight, a representative of the office of New York State Assemblyman Karl Brabenac along with members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined the owners of Noble Pies to celebrate their tenth anniversary. Until 2010 when they decided to open their bakery on a full-time basis at their current location in the Meadowcrest Shopping Plaza at 121 Route 94 South, they could usually be found at Warwick Valley Stables and Equestrian Center. That was their picturesque farm on Minturn Road, visible to travelers driving along Route 94 between the Villages of Warwick and Florida. Leslie Noble was not only an expert with horses but also an accomplished baker, a hobby she’s enjoyed since childhood. And her husband Tom Herman, whose trade at that time was shoeing horses, was a quick study when it came to baking. They began selling their home made pies from that location but it wasn’t long before the success of this venture would lead to opening an artisan bakery with on premises baking full time. “Our products were well received because our emphasis is on using local fruits and top quality ingredients,” said Noble at that time. “We bake pies, cakes, muffins, cookies and pretty much anything your grandmother made. Sugar-free and gluten-free items are also available.” The couple earned a reputation for excellence by using the most natural King Arthur Flour, free-range chicken eggs from Pine Island., fresh butter and cream from a Warwick supplier and physically picking their own apples, berries and peaches, whenever available, from a local orchard. And after 10 years, Noble and Herman pride themselves on including locally sourced and seasonal ingredients. Noble Pies is open Monday and Tuesday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Wednesday through Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For additional information or to place an order call 986-7436 or visit
  • 7/10/2018
  • Album ID: 2206718
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Village of Chester monthly meeting July 9, 2018

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  • Village of Chester monthly meeting July 9, 2018
  • 7/9/2018
  • Album ID: 2206640
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

Sidewalk Sale enjoys great weather and record crowds - Warwick,NY - 7/8/18

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  • The general consensus about this year’s annual sidewalk sale, held on Saturday, July 7 and Sunday, July 8, was that it was a huge success. Visitors enjoyed excellent weather, comfortable temperatures, bright sun and blue skies. “This was the best July sidewalk sale to date,” said Tom Roberts, president of the Merchant Guild and owner of Ye Olde Warwick Book Shoppe. Past Merchant Guild President Mary Beth Schlichting echoed that same sentiment. “Thanks to this beautiful weather,” she said. “We did have our best sidewalk sale.” And she also had a special reason to enjoy the sale when her daughter Megan Sullivan traveled from her home in the Albany area to see her mom and enjoy the popular Warwick event. There were approximately 40 vendors and non-profits stationed along Main Street and Railroad Avenue. Many of the visitors took an opportunity to enjoy indoor and outdoor dining. Event Chair Corrine Iurato, manager of Peck’s Wines and Spirits, also reported that this year’s July Sale was a big success. “The weather made it,” she said. “I couldn’t have ordered better.” Other business owners like Tim Mullally, co-owner of Style Counsel and Blue fashion shops also reported brisk sales inside as well as outside their stores as a result of the increased traffic from the sidewalk sale. The annual Sidewalk Sale is hosted by the Warwick Merchants Guild with local shops and eateries contributing to fund the event.
  • 7/9/2018
  • Album ID: 2206631
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Albany County Criminal Court within Albany County Judicial Center

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  • Albany County Criminal Court, 6 Lodge St. Alex Jamieson's case will be heard by Judge Peter Lynch in Courtroom 3 on the third floor of the Albany County Judicial Center. The June 9, 2018 status conference was tentatively rescheduled for one of two possible date: July 12 or July 17, 2018.
  • 7/9/2018
  • Album ID: 2206546
  • Photos by Frances Ruth Harris

The Armstrong Farm

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  • 7/6/2018
  • Album ID: 2206287
  • Photos by Melissa Shaw Smith

Sparta July 4th 2018 Parade - Sparta, NJ - 7/4/18

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  • 7/4/2018
  • Album ID: 2206124
  • Photos by Dave Case

Warwick resident Emma Peccia celebrates 100th birthday - Warwick,NY - 6/30/18

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  • A popular Italian toast, “Cent Anni,” wishes someone a healthy 100 years of life. But for Emma Peccia, who was born in the Italian town of Cantalupo, Province of Abruzzo, on July 6, 1918, that toast needs an upward revision. On Saturday, June 30, Peccia, who is surprisingly spry for her age, celebrated her 100th birthday with her family at the Warwick Country Club. In the year that Peccia was born the President of the United States was Woodrow Wilson and in her native Italy, Viktor Emmanuel III was the King. Motion pictures were silent and. radios were still not a popular form of home entertainment. At age 16, Peccia immigrated to the United States through Ellis Island with her mother and her sister, Helen. Going to work soon after arriving in America was not an option in those days and she is proud of her 35 years as an employee of the Calvert Coat Co., a Brooklyn firm that manufactured the Eisenhower military jackets. Peccia and her husband, John, since deceased, were longtime Brooklyn residents. They raised three children and today she can boast about her seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Peccia, who doesn’t smoke but used to enjoy an occasional glass of wine, credits her longevity to working hard. She still enjoys gardening and cooking. “She is a great cook,” said her grandson and Warwick Pediatrician Dr. Dominick Berlingieri, During her long life Peccia has witnessed extraordinary changes in transportation, communication, home appliances and what-have-you. But her favorite invention is television. Peccia is more comfortable speaking Italian but she said, “I love the TV.” An interesting aside is that before moving to Warwick in 1987, to be near her family, she lived in West Milford and was part of the staff at St. Joseph Catholic Church, where she worked in the rectory cooking and cleaning for the priests. While there she met and developed a close relationship with Father Mychael Judge, OFM, who later served as a chaplain to the New York City Fire Department. It was while serving in that capacity that he was killed, becoming the first certified fatality of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Father Judge had kept in touch with her to that day.
  • 7/3/2018
  • Album ID: 2206005
  • Photos by Roger Gavan

Mind Body Babie celebrates grand opening - Warwick,NY - 6/29/18

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  • Mind Body Babie is designed to provide holistic support in natural parenting and healthy living through local resources, educational workshops, and mother’s groups at Too Sweet Kids children’s consignment shop, 25 Elm St. in the Mitchel Corners shopping plaza. On Friday, June 29, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Mayor Michael Newhard and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined founder Anna Lopez and Too Sweet Kids owner Espi Ahad to celebrate the grand opening of Mind Body Babie. . Lopez created Mind Body Babie when she was a full time working mom and found few resources for living and parenting more holistically. The information she did find was overwhelming and it was hard to figure out where to get started with it. Doing structural engineering by day and researching healthier living by night, while caring for her newborn, she suddenly had to undergo a rare brain surgery. The change in life caused Lopez to quit engineering and fully follow her passion for transforming her life to live healthier, parent more naturally and help others do the same. She now hosts workshops, groups, and provides private instruction to help parents on their own journeys in holistic living. Childbirth Education classes are offered in three-day series as well as one day three-hour expresses. The mother’s groups are new mom support groups, which offer community and support for mothers to gain confidence in following their instincts in this new role in life, and the mother’s healing circles help moms move past negative early experiences. . For schedule information call (347) 398 -.6801, visit or email
  • 7/2/2018
  • Album ID: 2205940
  • Photos by Roger Gavan
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