Posted on 23 July 2015 by Editor
The Tuxedo-Harriman Shuttle could use a few fun volunteers. If you have a free Saturday or Sunday available, think about taking a morning ride through Harriman State Park, taking bus tickets and giving drop-off directions to the bus driver. Continue Reading
Posted on 13 February 2015 by Editor
Look for your fresh eggs and homegrown meats as your favorite vendors meet at the Tuxedo Train Station Saturday. The Winter Indoor Market gathers at 10 a.m. on Valentine’s Day and runs through 2 p.m. Continue Reading
Posted on 13 January 2015 by Editor
Cottages designed by noted architect Bruce Price dot the hamlet district in downtown Tuxedo.
Traces of Tuxedo’s orginal DNA dot the town along the Rt. 17 corridor, all leading up to Tuxedo Park, of course.
The village that became Tuxedo Park was founded by tobacco tycoon Pierre Lorillard IV as a vacation and recreational outpost for well-heeled New York society too tired to make it up to Newport, RI. Continue Reading
Posted on 20 December 2014 by Editor
Tuxedo has many good things. The whole casino process revealed the many good people engaged with their community — those who are concerned and care about the future of Tuxedo. Following is a letter from Tuxedo Chamber of Commerce President Bill Sweet that briefly reviews the casino process and chamber position while also looking at the community engagement as opportunity to continue to build a better Tuxedo. Continue Reading
Posted on 18 December 2014 by Editor
The New York Gaming Commission’s Facility Location Board rejected any Orange County sites, leaving Tuxedo to forge it’s own economic future.
The possibility of a casino in Orange County was always a long shot. Wednesday’s decision by the New York Gaming Facility Location Board to exclude Orange County from any casino development was confirmation of those odds. Continue Reading