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Joe Jenkins

Managing Editor, Orange County

Joe Jenkins is a reporter who has worked for various publications including the Poughkeepsie Journal and the New York Daily News. He Graduated from the University at Buffalo in 2003 and received his master's degree from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in 2012. Joe is also a contributing columnist and analyst for various online sports publications.

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  1. Port Jervis Drug Dealer Sentenced To 16 Years In Prison

    Port Jervis Drug Dealer Sentenced To 16 Years In Prison

    PORT JERVIS, N.Y. – A Port Jervis drug dealer will serve a total of 16 years in state prison in connection to five indictments on drugs and weapons charges, according to Orange County District Attorney David Hoovler. Robert Burbridge, 46, had originally been sentenced in April to 13 years after pleading guilty to possessing a loaded .380 caliber pistol in his Coleman Street home. On ...

  2. Newburgh's Search For City Christmas Tree Underway

    Newburgh's Search For City Christmas Tree Underway

    NEWBURGH, N.Y. – Newburgh is once again channeling its inner Clark Griswold in an effort to find the city's perfect Christmas Tree. Deputy Mayor Regina Angelo is hoping to find a 35-foot blue spruce that will accommodate the hundreds of lights and decorations placed by the Department of Public Works.“The holiday spirit is starting to build and there’s nothing better to culminate that ...

  3. Burke Students 'Go Blue' For Diabetes Awareness

    Burke Students 'Go Blue' For Diabetes Awareness

    GOSHEN, N.Y.  – When members of John S. Burke Catholic High School’s newly formed Key Club heard that November is Diabetes Awareness Month, they wanted to do something to show support for their fellow students coping daily with the disease. Since Burke Catholic quarterback Heath Hoovler suffers from diabetes, turning the student section blue for the state quarterfinals game against ...

  4. Kiryas Joel Bus Driver Tests Negative For Drugs, Alcohol

    Kiryas Joel Bus Driver Tests Negative For Drugs, Alcohol

    KIRYAS JOEL, N.Y. – The driver of a school bus that struck and killed a 6-year-old girl was not under the influence of any drugs or alcohol at the time of the incident, according to the Times Herald-Record. A joint statement released by the United Talmudical Academy, the Kiryas Joel School District and Chinuch Transportation Co. also said there were no mechanical issues with the bus, ...

  5. Army Football Receives Votes In AP, Coaches Polls

    Army Football Receives Votes In AP, Coaches Polls

    WEST POINT, N.Y. – The Army football team has received votes in the Associated Press and Coaches polls for the second consecutive week. The Black Knights received three votes in the AP poll and 14 votes in the Coaches Poll for week 12 after beating Duke 21-17 on Saturday. Army now stands at 8-2 with games against North Texas on Nov. 18 and the annual clash against Navy on Dec. 9. Army ...

  6. Monroe Family Battles Church In Court Over Late Son's Monument

    Monroe Family Battles Church In Court Over Late Son's Monument

    MONROE, N.Y. – A Monroe family still grieving from the loss of their 25-year-old son is now facing a lawsuit from the church that owns the cemetery he is buried in, according to the Times Herald-Record. Boris and Praskovya “Polina” Vays say the cemetery approved the plans for their son's grave monument in May 2015. Board members from the cemetery, however, sent notice in October that ...

  7. ICYMI: Girl Killed By Bus Tops Last Week's News In Orange County

    ICYMI: Girl Killed By Bus Tops Last Week's News In Orange County

    ORANGE COUNTY, N.Y. – It's been a busy week. Take a look at the biggest stories from around Orange County right here. A 6-year-old girl was struck and killed by a school bus in Kiryas Joel on Friday. A Middletown man is charged with robbing a local gas station at gunpoint. Voters approved a proposition to allow Kiryas Joel to split from the Town of Monroe to form the new town of Palm ...

  8. Port Jervis Officials Seek Input For Superintendent Search

    Port Jervis Officials Seek Input For Superintendent Search

    PORT JERVIS, N.Y. – Port Jervis authorities are turning to the community in an effort to find the perfect new super superintendent of schools.The School District held several meetings with students, staff, and the community at large to discuss their search for a new superintendent of the district. School and city officials are looking to find a superintendent with the following ...

  9. Cornwall Man Drove With BAC More Than Twice Legal Limit, Police Say

    Cornwall Man Drove With BAC More Than Twice Legal Limit, Police Say

    CORNWALL, N.Y. – A Cornwall man is facing felony drunk driving charges after being pulled over with a BAC that was more than twice the legal limit, according to the Times Herald-Record. Dean Terrizzi, 25, was pulled over in Newburgh after police observed him speeding and failing to maintain his lane of travel.  Terrizzi was driving with a suspended license and was found to have a BAC of ...

  10. Gary Eugene Miller, 57, Lifelong Goshen Resident

    Gary Eugene Miller, 57, Lifelong Goshen Resident

    GOSHEN, N.Y. – Gary "Moose" Miller died on Nov. 6 after a brief illness. He was 57.Born Nov. 25, 1959, Miller was the son of the late George O. and Carmella A. (La Valle) Miller. A lifelong resident of Goshen, Miller graduated Goshen Central High School in 1977. He had been employed by ShopRite for 39 years.Miller was a self-taught geek, loving anything that had to do with ...

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