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Marist Red Foxes
Marist Holds White Ribbon Campaign
Courtesy: Marist Athletics Members of Marist football & men's soccer teams played a prominent role in the White Ribbon campaign POUGHKEEPSIE On Wednesday, April 23, the Marist Student-Athlete Enhancement Center teamed with heart1/the purplethread to sponsor the school's annual White Ribbon Campaign.
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
In brief: Conference on courthouse dogs; felony drug arrest; Arbor Day in Beacon
The Children's Home of Poughkeepsie will host a conference April 30 at Marist College titled 'Vulnerable Witnesses in Court: The Use of Courthouse Facility Dogs.'
Increased electricity prices begin in 10 days
The National Grid's electrical transmission towers carry high-voltage lines that industry groups say should be upgraded and expanded to improve reliability and, for the downstate area, reduce costs.
NY Domino's fire victim was hired before blaze
Authorities say the person killed in a fire at a Domino's Pizza restaurant in the Hudson Valley last week was a 19-year-old man who was scheduled to start working at the franchise later that same day.
Search is on for New Paltz bar killer
Town police continued their search for a killer on Monday after the Easter Sunday shooting inside a crowded New Paltz bar that left a 29-year-old Poughkeepsie man dead and his 26-year-old girlfriend wounded.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
34th annual AIPAD Photography Show New York boasts strong sales and high praise
The 34th annual AIPAD Photography Show New York garnered high praise from collectors, curators, critics, and exhibitors during its four day run April 10-13, 2014, at the Park Avenue Armory.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
New Haven: Loan officer convicted for role in $7 million mortgage fraud scheme.
A federal jury has convicted two men for their roles in an extensive mortgage fraud scheme arising from the fraudulent purchases of more than 40 properties in New Haven, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman, District of New Jersey, announced today.
Modern Baseball played Best Buy Theater, announce tour with The...
This June, Modern Baseball, Tiny Moving Parts, The Hotelier and Sorority Noise will kick off a killer quadruple-billed emo tour.
Local churches celebrate Easter
Easter Sunday is celebrated around the world of Christendom, and for most, it starts at the home church.
Editorial: Three Cheers to fighting hunger and fires
Journal employees recently donated dozens of bags of food and clothing to Dutchess Outreach, which assists families in need.
Body found on NY street with burns; death probed
The Dutchess County Medical Examiner is looking for answers after a man's body was found on a village street.
Upstate NY man's death a mystery after body found with burns on street
The Dutchess County Medical Examiner is looking for answers after a man's body was found with burns on a village street.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Marist Red Foxes
Women's Crew Wins President's Cup
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. The Marist women's crew hosted the President's Cup today, competing against Army and Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference foe Iona.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
City dwellers get a place to plant
Spring sprouts are beginning to appear in a community garden behind the Family Partnership Center in the City of Poughkeepsie.
Taxes at Work: Public funding 'critical' for local art centers
If you attended the recent concert by South African musician Johnny Clegg at the Bardavon 1869 Opera House in Poughkeepsie, you were treated to world music in a venue that has hosted Mark Twain, Frank Sinatra and Bob Dylan.
Spackenkill basketball coach Feeley takes John Jay job
Terry Feeley has long been a mathematics teacher at John Jay High School, and now he'll be the school's varsity boys basketball head coach.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Hudson Valley History Reading Festival
The 2nd annual Hudson Valley History Reading Festival at the FDR Museum & Library in Hyde Park is this Saturday.
7-9 p.m. April 17. Amy Lipton, ecoartspace curator, and ecological artists Lillian Ball and Betsy Damon will explore the marriage of art, science and the environment in apanel discussion moderated by Hudson River environmentalist and Beacon Institute Fellow John Cronin.
2 face felony weapons charges following City of Poughkeepsie traffic stop
Two City of Poughkeepsie men faces felony weapons charges following a traffic stop on Main Street on Wednesday, city police said.