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Wappingers Woman Stabbed to Death in Domestic Dispute - Hudson Valley News Network
State police were called to a home near All Angels Hill Road in the Town of Wappinger at about 11 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15th, where they found 34 year old Terrie DeGelormo.
Podiatrist to speak Nov. 21 at Hudson Valley Mall
TOWN OF ULSTER, N.Y. — Podiatrist Amanda Mahoney will be the featured speaker at the Wellness and Healthy Life Style Senior Breakfast Seminar scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018, in the Food Court of the Hudson Valley Mall.
Popular Hudson Valley Diner Closed Down For Good
Broker Listhas the property at 500 Main Street in New Paltzup for sale at $1.2 million or lease for $135,000. The prime location offers more than 200 feet of frontage on Main Street and comes in at just over two acres. More than 18,000 cars a day pass by and is adjacent to the proposed Wildberry Lod
In Touch: The Hudson River
Each week, In Touch, our public affairs show takes a look at issues in the Hudson Valley. We talk to the news makers in the region to get an in depth preservative on these issues.
George Latimer's deal to sell $22 million County Center parking lot runs into more issues
Under a 2001 county law, Westchester must offer land it deems surplus to the municipality in which it’s located. If the city makes it a White Plains park, the city could purchase the prime real estate for $1.
Riverfront Mansion With Garages On Both Sides
GRANDVIEW ON HUDSON, NY — From the sun-filled entry to the picture-window view of the Hudson River, this spectacular modern estate is a feast for the eyes. With all its amenities in both public and private spaces, it's perfect for privacy and for guests galore.
Two Hudson residents accused of possessing $6,000 worth of heroin and other drugs
HUDSON — Two Hudson residents are accused of criminal possession of a controlled substance after police executed a search warrant and found 40 grams of heroin, valued at $6,000, in a State Street apartment.
Saugerties woman educating others on steroid abuse
Shortly after noon on March 5, Quick walked into the family’s Glasco home where her husband Steven, 49, had been watching their grandson, and found him lying face down and non-responsive on the kitchen floor.
ADVERTISEMENT TO BID Notice is hereby gi | Hudson Valley 360
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids should be submitted to the Hudson Sloop Club at P.O. Box 775 Hudson, NY 12534. Bids must be postmarked by November 28th. Sealed bids will be opened at 2:00 P.M., December 5th, 2018 at the Hudson Area Library, 51 N. 5th Street, Hudson. The bids will be publicly
Nancy Kerrigan to host figure skating show at Mid-Hudson Civic Center
Nancy Kerrigan, a silver and bronze Olympic medalist, will host the “Holiday Gift on Ice” show at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center on Dec. 9.
Award-Winning House With Dramatic Valley, Mountain Views
ANCRAM, NY — The remarkable all-season weekend home is sited on nearly 15 acres of open, rolling meadows, a setting that affords privacy, as well as dramatic valley & mountain views. This listing originally appeared on .
Community remembers murder victim with a vigil
The community of Cohoes is still trying to understand what they say is another life lost way too soonafter Johni Dunia, 17, was shot on Friday night on the Mohawk Hudson bike trail. Police say they have ruled his death a homicide."This isn't real to me, I don't believe it. i don't know why someone w
Holiday gifts and crafts come to Catskill
“We wanted to do something on a community level that you really don’t see too much of,” said Erin Vincent, fundraising coordinator of the Community Life Church. “Craft fairs around here are a little bit lacking. We wanted to bring something specifically to Catskill.”
Kingston arts revival drives manufacturing
In attempting to quantify the size of that arts-related business community, members of the Midtown Arts District (MAD) board of directors have compiled a list. The number is impressive: the city has 88 arts-related businesses and counting. These include not just galleries, artisans and real estate o
Schodack man arrested for unlawful surveillance and dissemination
KINDERHOOK, N.Y. — The New York State Police arrested Joseph D. Shaw, 22, of Schodack, on Nov. 14, for second-degree unlawful surveillance and first-degree disseminating unlawful surveillance, both class E felonies.
Ulster town officials to review Health Quest mall site on Monday
Under the application filed jointly by Health Quest and mall owner Hull Property Group, 32,965 square feet of the former Macy’s space would be demolished, with the remaining 88,118 square feet to be used for medical service.
Dutchess Stadium bond fails, Molinaro warns county could lose Hudson Valley Renegades
“If we are able to make the maintenance investment that we are asking for today, that will buy us time with the city of Beacon School District and the Renegades, to finalize a (memorandum of understanding),” Molinaro said. “We have an agreement in principle, but we don’t yet have it finalized.”
Mid-Hudson Valley clubs and cafés: Nov. 16-22
8 p.m. Friday, Tim Ruffo; 9 p.m. Saturday, Talking Machine.
Cohoes community mourns death of teen
COHOES, N.Y. (NEWS10) - Members of the Cohoes community gathered at George Street Park Saturday night, to remember a 17 year old who was shot and killed Friday.
Rodents of Unusual Size screens in Rhinebeck and Hudson
What’s your favorite doc of all time? Mine never seems to show up on any of the Greatest Documentaries lists, sad to say (though you can see a poster for it in one of the bathrooms at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck). It’sCane Toads: An Unnatural History(1988, Mark Lewis), a hilarious examination of an i