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Rhinebeck man arrested after chase, crash
RHINEBECK, N.Y. — A Hyde Park man who led police on a high-speed chase that ended when he crashed into another vehicle in the village of Red Hook is facing multiple charges, police said Tuesday.
Snow, sleet expected to hit Lower Hudson Valley this week
Temperatures are expected to warm up enough Thursday night to turn the snow into rain, which could continue through Friday morning, but it's possible to see more sleet and snow Friday morning, Feerick said.
Troy Dog Bites Neighbor and Neighbor's Dog, Could Be Euthanized
A court in Troy has ordered a dog named Luna to be put down after she bit a neighbor and their dog. The Mohawk Hudson Humane Society has stepped in to appeal the euthanization order. Cade Saba refused an agreement at a hearing that would have spared Luna's life. Now she wants to appeal the origina
Highland man jailed in domestic assault case
GLASCO, N.Y. — A Highland man is facing multiple charges following a domestic dispute in this town of Saugerties hamlet, police said Monday.
End of an era for Catskill
CATSKILL — The Catskill Fire Company switched over to new high-band pagers Nov. 7, silencing the distinctive wail of the historic village fire alarm, probably for all time.
Woman charged after throwing a pot at her sister and striking a four
SAUGERTIES – A woman, who engaged in a fight with her sister at 55 Plenty Street in Glasco, has been charged with attempted assault and endangering the welfare of a child, both as misdemeanors.
Millbrook man took 'illicit' photos and video of women: police
(Photo: Submitted by New York State Police)A 73-year-oldMillbrookman was arrested on Friday afterstate policesaid he used his phone to take "illicit images, and video recordings of women wearing dresses or skirts."Donald P. Fegan faces five counts of second-degree unlawful surveillance, a felony.Pol
Dog owner pleads for the life of her pet
TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) - A local dog owner pleading for her day in court before the city orders her beloved pet to be put down. In the meantime, Luna has been held at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society for the last couple of weeks, but a city attorney told the owners they're going to give the Humane Soci
Glasco man charged with attack during domestic violence incident
SAUGERTIES – A Highland man was arrested late Sunday morning after he allegedly violated a no-contact order of protection, prohibiting him from having any contact with the victim in a domestic violence incident. Police were called to an apartment at 38 Glasco Turnpike in Saugerties where they arrest
Town of Ulster vs. 'Dark Store Theory'
According to the theory, the retailer restricts the deed on the property they’re vacating that prevents other competing big box retailers from moving in, thus forcing the potential sale price of the building down well below what they originally paid for it.
Wagerers crossing the Delaware (and Hudson) for sports bets
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — In the time it takes for a red light to turn green, Leonard Sciascia can get his sports bets made, turn around and head home.
Snowflake Festival takes place Dec. 7 in Kingston
DETAILS:The festival takes place with the Senate House's Festival of Lights. he festivals bring together dazzling displays of holiday-themed entertainment, decorations, tree lighting and the arrival of Santa and the lighting of the tree. In a warm-up to the festival, classic Victorian carolers will
Hudson Valley Donor Pledges $1 Million to Build Home for Elderly Sisters
"If we raise the other million, we will be able to build the facility," Angela Russo, a long-time friend of the sisters said in a press release. "The nuns give so much into the communities they serve. It's the sisters who model God's call to serve others. It's the sisters who give us affordable, qua
Weather: Rain, snow could hit area this week
A wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain could chill parts of the area Thursday night into early Friday as temperatures plummet Wednesday and Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
Village of Saugerties reduces scope of Main Street sidewalk work
“The state [Department of Transportation] did approve us to condense the sidewalk project,” village Mayor Bill Murphy said. “So we can still do it, just not as much as we were going to do.”
Return Of The Wintry Mix: Poughkeepsie's 5-Day Forecast
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY — First, there's Monday night, when the Hudson Valley could get another inch of rain. That precipitation could take the form of wet snow in the Catskills.
Hilarie Burton unveils renovated floor of Astor residence; future projects planned
She and her husband, actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan of "The Walking Dead," helped spruce up the third floor of the building over multiple trips in2017and2018. This week, Burton and a team of volunteers took on the second floor home to about 16 kids.
Rail trail relies on public for help
POUGHKEEPSIE – The 13.4-mile William R. Steinhaus Dutchess Rail Trail, a linear county park that runs through the middle of the county, relies on public help to keep the trail clean.
Youth on the Go: Saugerties High students Eddie Cullenen, John Skiff selected to participate in All-State Music Festival
The festival takes place from Thursday, Nov. 29, through Sunday, Dec. 2, in Rochester, N.Y.
Fire at Hunter Mountain Ski Resort
HUNTER, N.Y. (NEWS10) - Multiple fire departments were called to the Hunter Mountain Resort. Firefighters said a fire started in the kitchen and when they arrived on scene they could see a lot of smoke. "It seemed to be started from a compressor on top of a freezer," said Chief John Laveglia, Hunter