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Dutchess County Office for the Aging’s AGING NEWS For the week of December 17
Note: the Dutchess County Office for the Aging’s Senior Friendship Centers and Home Delivered Meals programs will not be in operation on December 24th and 25th, and on December 31st and January 1st.
Winter Weather Advisory Issued For Dutchess County With Ice, Snow Coming
The National Weather Service is warning residents throughout the Hudson Valley and Fairfield County that a brief period of freezing rain is possible overnight in areas farther south while accumulating ice and snowfall is expected north of I-84 into early Monday morning.
New Milford PD Makes Rapid Arrests for DUI
NEW MILFORD, CT — Police arrested a Brookfield woman and Danbury man for DUI -- within minutes of each other. The arrests were made early Friday morning while New Milford Police Officers were conducting traffic enforcement on Danbury Road.
Seen Her? Fishkill Woman Has Been Missing More Than Two Months
Officials are seeking the public’s assistance as they attempt to locate a vulnerable 76-year-old woman suffering from dementia who has been missing from the Hudson Valley for more than two months.
Bethel Resident Hits the Lottery
BETHEL, CT —A Bethel resident bought a winning lottery ticket, in Bethel. On Dec. 13, Amanda Ambrose of Bethel purchased a winning lottery ticket from Sams Food, also in Bethel. Anbrose played 10x Cash 12th Edition where she won $10,000.
Abbott Tech students repair Danbury vet’s roof
DANBURY — Veteran Jennifer Tanner has lived with buckets in her basement and living room to catch the rainfall dripping into her home from her faulty roof. But the Vietnam veteran has stored them away after students at Henry Abbott Technical High School repaired the roof, which was at risk of collap
2 teens charged with manslaughter after 15-year-old dies in fall from moving SUV in Dutchess County
HOPEWELL JUNCTION, N.Y. — Two teenagers have been charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of a 15-year-old boy who was seen clinging to the passenger side of a moving SUV in southern Dutchess County before falling off, state police said Thursday.
Woman Faces Second DWI After Retrieving Car From Impound, Police Say
One DWI charge wasn't enough for one Dutchess County woman this weekend. A woman from Fishkill received her second DWI in two days after she picked up her vehicle from impound, police said.
Danbury Man Charged for Sexual Abuse of Minor: Police
DANBURY, CT —Police arrested a man following a Special Victims Unit investigation into the sexual abuse of a minor. Edmund Paris, 39, of Beaver Brook Road in Danbury was arrested by police on Friday, Dec. 7. The arrest was made following an investigation and the issuance of a Superior Court warrant
Cuomo calls for legal recreational marijuana in NY State
ALBANY - Gov. Andrew Cuomo called Monday for the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in New York, saying it was beyond time for the state to deal with the "debilitating criminal stigma" of prior convictions related to the drug.
Pawling Man Sentenced for Embezzlement of Carmel Cemetery
If stealing from a cemetery weren’t bad karma enough, a Pawling man was also sentenced last Friday to state prison time for his embezzlement of Raymond Hill Cemetery in Carmel.
Missing: Have You Seen This Area College Student Or His Car?
A 20-year-old college student from the area has gone missing and authorities are asking for the public's help in locating him. Michael McLaughlin, of Cornwall in Orange County, attends Stony Brook University in Suffolk County on Long Island.
Judge affirms that former Danbury Police officer must be rehired
DANBURY — A Danbury Superior Court judge has upheld a state panel’s order that Danbury Police reinstate former Officer Daniel Sellner. Judge Edward Krumeich ruled that the state’s arbitration board was correct when it ruled earlier this summer that Sellner should not have been fired almost four year
The Holidays Bring Out the Giving in People!
“A plethora of donations” have been pouring into the Pawling Resource Center this Season of Giving, according to PRC Director, Terry Ariano. The generosity of the Pawling Community may be seen in the bags and bags of food, toiletries, paper goods, winter coats, hand knitted scarves and mittens, and
Hon. Alex Hernandez appearance in Jane Emons' case is "predatory"
In a motion to disqualify, former politico Lee Whitnum is providing a past transcript of Judge Hernandez' cruelty in action, to remind him of his role in the torture of Whitnum in criminal court and how he aided disgraced former judge Jane Emons and her henchman Assistant Chief States Prosecutor Joh
Pawling Library Teen Space Construction Nearing Completion
JPL Construction of Pawling has nearly completed the glass enclosure for the Teen Space at the Pawling Library. This designated space will house six computers for teen use along with 3 color coordinated computer tables and chairs. Additionally, the space will have storage for games, and magazines, a
2 East Fishkill teens charged with manslaughter identified
EAST FISHKILL - Authorities have identified two teens charged in the death of Wilson Santiago, a Wappinger resident and John Jay High School student. Anthony Puccio, 17, and Paul Mauro, 16, both of East Fishkill, face second-degree manslaughter charges in Santiago's death, according to the Dutchess
Holiday shopping in Pawling: Shopping best bets, events, dining
The Hudson Valley's Main Streets are decked out in twinkling lights and holiday cheer. These small-town business districts also provide the opportunity for personalized shopping.
Hazardous Weather Outlooks for Most Of Hudson Valley
HUDSON VALLEY, NY — Warning that roads could get slippery, the National Weather Service has issued hazardous weather outlooks for Dutchess, Orange, Putnam and Ulster counties as well as updating its winter weather advisories for the rest of the Hudson Valley.
Pawling man gets prison and must pay over $195,000 for theft from cemeteries, vendors
A Pawling man who stole from three cemeteries in the town of Carmel and from vendors has been sentenced to prison and ordered to pay $195,850.50, the Putnam County District Attorney's office said.