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New Jersey Man Faces DUI Charge, Allegedly Tells Cops He 'Drank Too Much Because the Jets Suck'
A New Jersey man was arrested on a DUI charge after telling police he "drank too much because the Jets suck," authorities say. Christopher J. Greyshock, 57, of West Milford, is facing assault by auto, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence, reckless dr
NJ Weather: Here's how much snow parts of North Jersey will get Thursday
A nor'easter is heading our way, bringing with it snow, sleet and freezing rain to the state. But, as is North Jersey's luck, the region will get as much as 4 inches of snow. Freezing rain may also fall in the area.
New animal shelter wants money in Sullivan County budget
Joanne Gerow, who is involved in many things and founded what is now known as Catskill Animal Rescue, a non-profit on Old Monticello Road, made her case to the legislature’s Management and Budget Committee meeting.
Police Investigate After Car Stolen in Hudson Valley
Also, a light blue 2005 Town and Country minivan was stolen from a home on Church Street, police say.
Monticello man arrested for burglary
Monticello Police charged Stephen Straker, Jr., 25, with felony burglary and misdemeanor petit larceny after he allegedly broke into the home around 7:45 a.m.
New Paltz man found passed out in running car with child: police
A 33-year-old New Paltz man is due in court Wednesday following his arrest on multiple felony charges, including a violation ofLeandra’s Law, Town of Lloydpolicesaid.
Elephant in Orange County: Why state police were searching
“The responding trooper said it was pretty amazing because the owners came out and starting talking to him and said ‘Where are you going? Go back home’ and it turned around and came back to where it came from. It walked back home into the barn and the owners secured the barn," said Trooper Steven Ne
Hudson Valley Man Arrested After Police Respond To Armed Hostage Reports
Tyshawn Hargrove, 23, from Walden was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and criminal possession of a stolen property.
What to expect at Golden Corral's grand opening in Poughkeepsie
"We have a system that's really predicated on high volume of customers in place," Jones said. "We'll be seating on both sides of the restaurant, and once seated, I'm checking with every table to make sure they're satisfied, whether it's the food, the service or anything else."
NJ Transit service delayed after tugboat strikes Portal Bridge
SECAUCUS, New Jersey (WABC) --New Jersey Transit service in and out of Penn Station New York is subject to delays after the Portal Bridge was struck by a tug boat.The incident was reported just after 1 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon. NJ Transit said there could be up to 45-minute delays due to the incide
In Harrisburg,nobody’s home
Instead, Fetterman and his family will remain in Braddock, some 200 miles west of Harrisburg. To put that in perspective, when he’s home, he would be almost as close to Canada as he would be the Capitol.
New York State Troopers escort lost elephant home
WESTTOWN, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - Are you missing an elephant?New York State Troopers from Troop F helped escort a lost elephant home in Westtown, New York on Sunday.Police say the elephant had escaped from an animal sanctuary.
Runaway elephant returned to Hudson Valley sanctuary
WESTTOWN, N.Y. (AP) -- An elephant that was burned by napalm during the Vietnam War has been returned to an upstate New York animal sanctuary after taking a late-night stroll. State police say they went to the Sanctuary for Animals in Westtown on Sunday night when they got a call about a wandering e
Hudson Valley Police Responded To Armed Hostage Situation
On Sunday around 7:30 p.m., police for Orange County, including the Orange County Sheriff's Office SWAT team responded to a report of a man being held hostage at gunpoint inside a home on East Main Street in Wallkill.
Herbert Ira London, Ph.D. — 1939-2018 | National Review
The Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor in New York City, N.Y., June 27, 2018.(Brendan McDermid/REUTERS)The conservative movement lost a giant Saturday. And I lost my oldest friend in New York. Herbert Ira London, Ph.D., a legendary public intellectual, succumbed to coronary disease at age 79.The 6
Immigrant detained by ICE after 17 years on LI
Felipe Iñiguez, 49, of Central Islip, entered the United States illegally in 2001. When Iñiguez was pulled over in May for a burned-out headlight, Lloyd Harbor police notified U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The Ecuadorian immigrant, who lives in Central Islip, was detained on Aug. 29. (C
Walden man arrested with stolen gun following incident
TOWN OF WALLKILL – An investigation that began Sunday evening with a report of hostages taken at an apartment at 327 East Main Street in the Town of Wallkill has resulted in a Walden man being arrested and charged with possessing a stolen gun.Police Chief Robert Hertman said the hostage report was u
Permits Filed for Hotel at 104-16 Tuckerton Street in Jamaica, Queens - New York YIMBY
Permits have been filed for an eight-story hotel at 104-16 Tuckerton Street inJamaica, Queens. Located on the corner of Tuckerton Street and main thoroughfare Liberty Avenue, the development is three blocks away from the Jamaica Center – Parsons/Archer subway station, serviced by the E, J and Z trai
Hudson Valley Man Set Business On Fire, Nearly Killed 1
The jury found that on Sept. 22, 2017, Cruz intentionally damaged the building at 435 Broadway by starting the fire when he knew that another person was in the building, or that there was a reasonable possibility that someone was in the building.
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