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Marist to present 2017 Community Service Awards

On Thursday, Marist College will present its 2017 Community Service Awards, and one of the honorees will be Nick Citera, co-owner of Cosimo's Restaurant Group, which operates in many locations in the Hudson Valley. The other honoree is Shirley Adams, executive director of the Catharine Street Commun


High School Cross Country results

1. Roosevelt 17 points; 2. New Paltz 51; 3. Saugerties 65; 4. Wallkill 115. (At Wallkill) 1. Wyatt Matyas (FDR) 17:02; 2. Tito Maresca (FDR) 17:03; 3. Liam Farrell (FDR) 17:13; 4. Riley Brutvan (NP) 17:17; 5. Anthony Sava (FDR) 17:31 6. Charles Canero (FDR) 18:18; 7. Evan Holland-Shepler (NP) 18:20;

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-10-19 04:00:00

Man accused choking child during domestic dispute

Perrone WAPPINGER - A Wappingers Falls man is charged with endangering the welfare of a child and criminal obstruction of breathing in connection with a domestic dispute. State Police at the Wappinger Barracks said Nicholas Perrone, 20, allegedly choked his victim, who was under the age of 17. Perr

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK - 2017-10-19 07:00:00

Tom Jones set to perform at Bardavan Gala

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. >> Singer Tom Jones will perform at the 2018 Bardavon Gala, the venue announced on Wednesday. The gala will take place on Tuesday, May 1, at 7 p.m. at the Bardavon, 35 Market St., Poughkeepsie. Member tickets on sale Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 11 a.m. General Public tickets go on sale


Poughkeepsie supervisor candidates discuss tax rates, new business, Dutton site at forum

Tax rates, bringing in new business, the future of the Dutton site are among the issues facing candidates seeking to lead Dutchess County's largest municipality. Town of Poughkeepsie Supervisor Jon J. Baisley and challenger Michael Treybich discussed key town concerns during a candidate forum Wednes


Pair brunch with a fall hike at Mohonk Mountain House

As a longtime homeowner in the Hudson Valley, I've brought visiting family and friends to the Mohonk Mountain House for lunch many times over the years. The historic dining room and the Catskill Mountain views were always spectacular, and the big buffet was, well, reliably ordinary and not so great.


Oct. 17: Girls swimming roundup

OCIAA Middletown 84, Warwick 102 200-yard medley relay: Warwick (Mohyla, Brockunier, Finucane, Davis) 2:06.96; 200 freestyle: Katie Lynch (M) 2:13.93; 200 IM: Aislinn Mohyla (W) 2:30.11; 50 free: Emma Davis (W) 27.00; 1-meter diving: Amanda McGraw (W) 243.25 points; 100 butterfly: Andrea Borrero (M)


Antonio Delgado leads fundraising among Democratic candidates in NY 19th Congressional District

KINGSTON, N.Y. >> Democrat Antonio Delgado continues to lead in fundraising among the Democratic candidates hoping to run against U.S. Rep. John Faso in the 2018 election for New York's 19th Congressional District seat. As of Sept. 30, Delgado, of Rhinebeck, had raised $1,053,989.11, according to ca

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-10-19 04:00:00

German electronic/ambient composer Hans-Joachim Roedelius plays Oct. 22 at SUNY New Paltz

German electronic and ambient composer Hans-Joachim Roedelius will perform in concert on Sunday, Oct. 22, at 2 p.m. at the Juilen J. Studley Theatre on the campus of the State University of New York at New Paltz, 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz. A pioneer in the field of electronic music, Roedelius is consi

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-10-19 04:00:00

Babysitter saves child, dogs from smoky house fire in New Paltz

NEW PALTZ - Instinct took over when 17-year-old Madelynn Haynes saw smoke pouring from the ceiling vent of the home where she was babysitting Saturday night. That is what she calls it. Others call her a hero. It was about 11 p.m. Haynes was in a bedroom on the second floor of the home at 296 Route 3

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-10-19 01:06:34

New Paltz Police to participate in "No-Shave November"

NEW PALTZ - The New Paltz Police Department will again participate in the American Cancer Society Fundraiser "No-Shave November." The goal of the event is to grow awareness by "embracing our hair, which many cancer patients lose, and letting it grow wild and free," said Police Chief Joseph Snyder.

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK - 2017-10-19 07:00:00

SUNY New Paltz boxing card to honor Patterson

It was natural to honor two-time world champion Tracy Harris Patterson at an amateur boxing card on Saturday at SUNY New Paltz. Patterson is the "head coach'' of the Floyd Patterson Boxing Club in Highland, named after his late dad who adopted Tracy as a young boy. The club, run by Tracy's best frie

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-10-19 01:54:19

Ulster BOCES Tech Fest scheduled for Oct. 24 in New Paltz

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. >> Teachers, administrators, board of education members, and school staff interested in getting a closer look at the latest tools being used to enhance technology in the classroom are invited to attend the Ulster BOCES Tech Fest on Oct. 24. The event will take place from 4 to 7 p.m.


'Clue' opens run at Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck on Oct. 30

A board game comes to life when Up In One Productions presents its production of "Clue," opening Friday, Oct. 20, at 8 p.m. at The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck, 661 Route 308, Rhinebeck. Intrigue, mystery and comedy are will be on the menu, just in time for the Halloween season. Based on

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-10-19 04:00:00

Kingston aldermen endorse changes to city zoning law

KINGSTON, N.Y. >> The city is another step closer to reducing the size of the Zoning Board of Appeals, as well as making other changes to its zoning law. The Common Council's Laws and Rules Committee on Thursday endorsed a resolution approving proposed changes to the zoning law. The resolution will

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-10-19 04:00:00

RUPCO gets 2-year extension of permits for planned E Square project in Midtown Kingston

KINGSTON, N.Y. >> RUPCO has been granted an extension of permits issued by the city for the affordable housing agency's planned Cedar Street apartment building while the agency awaits word on its request for state-issued tax credits to help finance the project. The Kingston Planning Board on Monday

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-10-19 04:00:00

2 GOP members of Hurley Town Board face Democratic challengers in upcoming election

HURLEY, N.Y. >> Longtime incumbent Republican town councilwomen Janet Briggs and Barbara Zell will face Democrats Jasmine Jordaan and Michael Boms in a contest for two seats on the Hurley Town Board in the Nov. 7 election. The winners will serve four-year terms starting in January 2018.Michael Boms

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-10-19 04:00:00

Kingston Man Charged with Attempted Burglary

-file- ROSENDALE - The Rosendale Police Department arrested Gerald J. O'Dell, age 51 of Kingston, on Oct. 17, after an off-duty officer observed O'Dell walking around a residence where the homeowner was known to officers to be hospitalized, according to officials. On-duty officers responded to the o


Nov. 2 seminars focus on seniors' needs

The Dutchess County Office for the Aging's annual "Senior Seminars" day takes place Nov. 2, at New Hackensack Reformed Church at 1580 Route 376, Wappingers Falls. The event has grown quickly in popularity in recent years, to the point where space and parking limitations now require that you register


Former Kingston Gas & Electric building in Midtown nears federal landmark designation

KINGSTON, N.Y. >> The former Kingston Gas & Electric Co. building in Midtown has cleared a key hurdle toward being designated a national historic landmark. The building at 609 Broadway, between the Ulster Performing Arts Center and the site of the former King's Inn, has been recommended by the Natio