TRR photo by Ted Waddell

Bill Moloney, president of the local chapter of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, takes his grandkids Carter and Rowan Hubbard down Main Street before the parade. Maloney spent 30 years with the New York State Police and now works as an investigator with the Orange County DA’s Office.

JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — ‘Twas truly a fine afternoon to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, and what better way to wear the green than in a hometown parade. On March 17, several hundred folks—of course all claiming to be Irish—turned out on a chilly afternoon to participate in the seventh annual event,... Continue Reading

Arts & Leisure

TRR photos by Ted Waddell

The flight of his life. Andrew Stephens, 13, is seen at the controls of a Diamond 20 trainer aircraft with flight instructor Alex Cortez of Take Flight Aviation at Orange County Airport.

MONTGOMERY, NY — It is the fight of his life, and the flight of a lifetime. Thirteen-year-old Andrew Stephens of Middletown, NY was diagnosed with... Continue Reading


TRR photo by Kristin Barron

I know I am pressing my luck dallying away these day-lit hours as I postpone writing this column. But I am content to do nothing today but bask in the warmth of my house, with the luxuries of running water and Wi-Fi, as we wait out the second of two March nor’easters.... Continue Reading


TRR photos by Sandy Long

Pike and Wayne counties are blessed with abundant and beautiful waterways like the Lackawaxen River, which was named River of the Year in 2010 by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR). The annual recognition raises awareness of the important recreational, ecological and historical resources associated with the state’s rivers and streams and underscores the importance of maintaining healthy waterways.

According to the Foundation for Pennsylvania Wetlands, the Keystone state has more miles of streams and rivers than any other state except Alaska.... Continue Reading

Community Living

On my way to the post office a couple of weeks ago, I ran into Helen Reith Barr, a woman I have known since I first moved here 40 years ago. We... Continue Reading


TRR photos by Ted Waddell

Stinger: Eldred’s Sami Clemmons on the attack

NEWBURGH, NY — It was the end of a really tough week for the Lady Yellow Jackets of Eldred. They probably wished it was the week that never was, a week that started out with a nasty nor’easter named Winter Storm Riley that knocked out power in Eldred for days on end, forced a lot of players to seek... Continue Reading


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