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Red Hook teen seriously injured in Rhinebeck crash: Police
Two other Red Hook teens, ages 16 and 15, were also transported to MidHudson Regional Hospital for minor injuries, police said.
SNAPSHOT: Annual Mustang Bowl at Saugerties elementary school
The Mustang Bowl, an annual touch football game, was played this week at Grant D. Morse Elementary School in Saugerties. The teams, the Patriots and Mustangs, were made up of fifth- and sixth-graders. In the photo here, sixth-grader Dylan McCaig carries the ball for the Mustangs. The Patriots won th
Rhinebeck woman arrested, charged with DWI with child in car under Leandra's Law
Jillian Hargrove, 36, was charged with aggravated DWI with a child in the vehicle, a felony, and resisting arrest, a misdemeanor, according to a state police press release. The felony DWI is a result of New York’s Leandra’s Law, which makes driving intoxicated with a child under 16 in the car punish
9 of the Best Things to Do in the Hudson Valley This November
Part revue, part comedy, all bizarre,Puddles Pity Partyhas built a worldwide audience through his disconcerting YouTube clips. Contrasting the 6’8” bald clown’s flamboyant attire with a deadpan baritone, this Edinburgh Fringe-approved performer will bring his bombastically strange stage show to Poug
E Square project in Kingston gets 2-year extension of site plan approval
KINGSTON, N.Y. — The site plan approval for construction of the Energy Square housing and commercial project in Midtown has been extended by two years.The action by the city Planning Board came as the previous approval, which was good for a year, was about to expire.Energy Square, or E Square, is be
No life-threatening injuries in Dover crash; lane closed
A head-on collision on Route 22 in Dover resulted in four people sustaining injuries and a road closure, but none of the injuries are life-threatening, according to Trooper Joseph Castellano of state police.
Hein signs ban of single-use plastic retail bags in Ulster County
Ulster County Executive Michael Hein signs the county's Bring Your Bag Act on Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, at the County Office Building in Kingston. N.Y.Patricia R. Doxsey — Daily Freeman
Town of Saugerties authorizes stop signs that already were in place
SAUGERTIES, N.Y. — The Town Board has approved a local law that allows existing stop signs at 37 intersections to carry the force of state vehicle and traffic laws.“The key thing with the stop signs is they existed but did not have supporting legislation,” town Supervisor Fred Costello said during a
Hudson Valley Man Killed Outside Club, 1 Charged With Murder
After months on the run, a man turned himself in for allegedly killing a Hudson Valley man outside a local club.Download the Hudson Valley Post AppOn January 27,Noel McClinton was shot several timesin front of the Exempt Fireman's Association club on Mansion Street in Poughkeepsie. McClinton, 35, fr
Suicide alertness training offered in Woodstock, Saugerties
WHEN/WHERE:Monday, Oct. 29, from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Parish Hall of Christ's Lutheran Church, 26 Mill Hill Road, Woodstock; and Monday, Nov. 5, from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Parish Life Center of Atonement Lutheran Church, 100 Market St, Saugerties
Fatal shooting: Man surrenders to City of Poughkeepsie police
Noel McClinton, 35, of the City of Poughkeepsie, died early Saturday morning, according to city police Chief Thomas Pape. A mural with balloons and candles sat near the scene of the shooting on Saturday and Sunday. Video by Patrick Oehler and Jack Howland/Poughkeepsie JournalWochit
Police: 25 Stole $275,000 in Welfare Fraud From Hudson Valley
Twenty-five are accused of stealing over $275,000 in welfare fraud in the Hudson Valley.Download the Hudson Valley Post AppOn Thursday, Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler, joined by Orange County Sheriff Carl E. DuBois, announced that 25 were charged with felonies, including welfare fr
Mega Millions drawing: Which area stores have sold winners?
The Smokes 4 Less location on Freedom Plains Road in the Town of Poughkeepsie sold 12 winning tickets of $5,000 or more between 2012 and 2017, the most for any single retailer in Dutchess. The Stewart’s Shops location in Red Oaks Mill saw the most money paid out in that span, $10,290,889, with the b
Saugerties lawmakers given info on county redistricting effort
SAUGERTIES, N.Y. — Town Board members are being asked to help make residents aware of a Nov. 6 ballot proposition that attempts to exclude political influence from the process of drawing Ulster County legislative districts.The effort to bring awareness to the proposal was discussed during a meeting
Poll: Governor Cuomo Has Big Lead Over Marc Molinaro | 710 WOR
"Besides running in a deeply blue state against Governor Andrew Cuomo, a two-term incumbent with a big advantage in campaign funds, the lack of name recognition for Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro is a huge hurdle to overcome in less than three weeks until Election Day," polling analyst Mary
Concert at Hudson River Maritime Museum in Kingston on Oct. 20
The Hudson River Maritime Museum, 50 Rondout Landing, will host a special fall concert featuring Tom McHugh and Betty and The Baby Boomers in the Homeport Barn on Saturday, Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m.While polishing his songwriting and musical chops, McHugh taught at Washington College in Chestertown on M
Hudson Valley Hunters Accused of Illegally Killing Deer
While talking with other hunters, the officer noticed another feeder and corn kernels spread around a tree stand and realized the group didn't know it was illegal to hunt with bait in New York, officials say.
Dutchess BBQ opens at former Le Express site
The Fall 2018 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week lineup is now live, with nearly 200 participating restaurants from Dutchess, Orange, Columbia, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester counties.Wochit
Venomous Snake With Potentially Fatal Bite Found Near Hudson Valley Home
A venomous snake which is known to bite humans and pets was found slithering near a Hudson Valley home.In early October, The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation received a call from an Ulster County resident about a snake that was close to his home.The Woodstock man wasn't certai
Hudson Valley Man Killed, 2 Seriously Injured in Wrong-Way Crash
An investigation indicates that a 2015 Toyota, driven by Patrick Collins, 50, of Pennsylvania, drove the wrong way in the westbound lane and hit a 2002 Honda which was traveling in the right direction, police say.