Due to the snow storm and snow removal there will be no parking on Main Street Until Further Notice

Don’t Be Fooled by a Fake I.D.

Learn more about Orange and Rockland's new initiative to help customers better identify whether the utility worker who comes to their door is a...

FROM THE MAYOR’S OFFICE – With a Grateful Heart

Gratitude is a meaningful measure, as it means the recognition of something that may otherwise be taken for granted. Thanksgiving is almost upon us....

FROM THE MAYOR’S OFFICE – A September to Remember!

The Second Sunday Conversations Series continues on Sunday, September 10th at 2:00 p.m. at the Buckbee Center with a talk by Christopher Jend. The...

FROM THE MAYOR’S OFFICE – The First to Arrive

The First to Arrive On Saturday, Oct. 14th, will be First Responders Appreciation Day. The event is sponsored by the Villages Sesquicentennial Committee and will...

FROM THE MAYOR’S OFFICE – Village Paradiso !

The year has been rich with the extra events prompted by the Villages Sesquicentennial  This coming weekend will be three events  that honor the...

FROM THE MAYOR’S OFFICE – Santa Claus is Coming to Town

Considering Santa’s schedule, we are very lucky indeed to have a last-minute visit! Santa will be in the Village on Saturday, December 23rd from...

FROM THE MAYOR’S OFFICE – Boing! Spring!

Spring came in this past weekend like a youngster on a pogo stick! The Village looked a bit like a college campus on the...

FROM THE MAYOR’S OFFICE – Independence

July 4th is the birthday celebration of our nation. It’s a day of cookouts, family, friends, and fireworks. We now have a fun venue:...

FROM THE MAYOR’S OFFICE – AN INVITATION

On Monday, December 11th will be the Town wide Visionary Session. The event will be at the Warwick Middle School Cafeteria, 225 West Street...

FROM THE MAYOR’S OFFICE“THE MAN WHO PLANTED TREES”

The Man who Planted Trees by French author Jean Giono tells a story of a shepherd who re-forested a desolate valley in the foothills...