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Troy men arrested in Delmar home invasion
Jevon I. Johnson, 18, and La-Tae D. Wells, 21, were charged with first- and second-degree robbery, first-degree criminal use of a firearm and first-degree burglary. All are felonies.
Kingston restaurant chef, said to be in US legally, is picked up by ICE, possibly due to DWI conviction 7 years ago
Brandy Walters said Vasquez, 29, a 10-year Kingston resident from Oaxaca, Mexico, who has worked at The Anchor as head grill chef for the past two years, was picked up by officers from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) sometime around 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Man airlifted to hospital after motorcycle crash
Investigators say Thomas Golden was traveling on State Route 22 near Donnely Road when, according to police, Golden lost control of his motorcycle in an attempt to avoid colliding with another vehicle.
See photos of pickup truck that rolled into Hudson River
CORTLANDT - In the midst of summer, boats around the Lower Hudson Valley are being launched into the water for people to enjoy the weather on the waves. Just make sure your car or truck doesn't end up wet, as well.
115,100 gallons of untreated waste spilled into Hudson River
Randy Alstadt, Poughkeepsie's Water Treatment Facility plant administrator, said in an email that he has explained to the public "that sewage would be diluted in river and that our plant incorporates three disinfection techniques which includes ozonation, ultra violet light and chlorination."
Parole Absconder Arrested In Saugerties - Hudson Valley News Network
SAUGERTIES –On July 17, 2018 Saugerties Police arrested 56-year-old Nancy Busch-Scardino of Rhinebeck, incidental to investigating a report of a suspicious person in the area of the Diamond Mills on South Partition Street in the Village of Saugerties, according to Saugerties Police Chief Joseph Sina
Ground to be broken Monday in Rhinebeck for long-planned Mirbeau Inn & Spa
The former Bing’s restaurant is shown in January 2015 on the site in the village of Rhinebeck, N.Y., where the Mirbeau Inn & Spa is to be located. The building was torn down after the Mirbeau company took ownership of the property.File photo by Tony Adamis
Strong storms knock out power in Ulster, Dutchess counties
At 2:30 p.m., about 4,600 customers in Ulster County — mostly in Kingston — were blacked out. The cause of the Kingston problem appeared to be a transformer or substation fire in the Uptown area, which started amid lightning strikes.
Windham scammer’s sentences total 10-1/3 to 29 years in prison
CATSKILL, N.Y. >>A Queens man who scammed co-workersat the Windham Mountain ski resort and then concealed his assets to avoid paying restitution to them will spend the next 10-1/3 to 29 years behind bars, the state Attorney General’s Office said Tuesday.
Police: Missing Hudson Valley Woman Was Wanted by Police
Turns out a Hudson Valley woman who was reported missing was wanted by authorities. After she was found, she's accused of kicking an officer.Download the Hudson Valley Post AppOn Tuesday, Saugerties police arrested 56-year-old Nancy Busch-Scardino of Rhinebeck after investigating a report of a suspi
VIDEO: Loss, Near Death Experience, Hospital, and Center Transform Hudson Valley Woman - Hudson Valley News Network
“I felt run down and like I had a fever”, said the 60 year old New Paltz resident who runs a title search company. “Everyone thought I was run down from the months of taking care of my Bryan, but it felt different than that.”
Ulster County term limits referendum delayed amid concerns about billionaire Mercer family involvement
But the involvement of Reclaim New York, which is linked to billionaire Robert Mercer and Breitbart News and has come out in support of the measure, prompted Democrats who are sponsoring the bill to postpone the vote. Legislators voted 13-10, with Republican Brian Woltman of Kingston joining Democra
Kingston police worry Midtown ‘BB gun war’ could lead to tragedy
KINGSTON, N.Y. >> City kids as young as 13, and adults as well, are participating a “BB gun war” in the Elmendorf Street area in Midtown, and police are worried that what began as a game could end in tragedy.
Woodstock officials finding problems at Big Deep swimming hole
At a meeting Tuesday, Councilman Richard Heppner said here has been some improvement in conditions at the Saw Kill site during the past week, but it is clear that prohibitions against fires and leaving trash are being ignored.
Family foundation spawns Movies Under the Walkway
Almost five years ago, my husband and I took the elevator from the Walkway Over the Hudson down to Upper Landing Park in Poughkeepsie. I mentioned to him that the park would be an unbelievable spot to show movies during the summertime. We agreed that providing a free, family-friendly summertime acti
Rhinebeck woman arrested for being parole absconder
Saugerties Police located Nancy Busch-Scardino, 56, who was a reported missing person and determined she was wanted by the state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision.
Hutton Fare kicks off at brickyards site in Kingston this weekend
Hutton Fare, a vendor marketplace featuring food, crafts and other goods, kicks off this weekend at the former Hutton Brickyards site at 200 North St. along the Hudson River.
Rensselaer County gets Opioid Recovery Coordinator
“Rensselaer County is in the grip of an epidemic of heroin and opioid addiction that has cost or damaged too many lives and families. As Opioid Recovery Coordinator, Neil will work to expand access to recovery and counseling services available in the community, and strengthen existing county support
RCT SUMMER MUSIC SPOTLIGHT: Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival
OAK HILL, NY– If you are familiar with New York’s Hudson Valley music scene, you may already know about the region’s premier bluegrass music festival that has been a staple in the Catskills since 1984–as far back as this writer can remember.
Route 212 paving project in Saugerties and Woodstock remains on schedule
“They expect to be on schedule,” said Department of Transportation spokeswoman Gina DiSarro. “They could finish early — it depends on weather — but at this point, they expect to be done on time.”