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1 dead in fire at Domino's Pizza in Hudson Valley
Authorities say one person has been found dead after a fire at a Domino's Pizza restaurant in a Hudson Valley strip mall.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
County seeks public input on chemical dependency services
Chemically dependant persons and their families have a chance to address the Dutchess County Department of Mental Hygiene, about the services the agency provides, at a public forum on Thursday, Dutchess County officials said.
2 men charged in connection with Town of Poughkeepsie gas station robbery
Town of Poughkeepsie police today announced the arrest of two suspects in connection with a robbery of a Stewart's Shop on Manchester Circle on Jan. 8. John J. Wallace III, 27, of the Town of Poughkeepsie and Nicholas R. Lane, 20, of the City of Poughkeepsie were both arrested on March 28, according to police.
City man accused of felony weapon, drug charges following domestic incident
A City of Poughkeepsie man has been charged with several felony charges, following a domestic incident on Garden Street early this morning, city police said.
Feds approve N.Y.'s $8 billion Medicaid waiver
New York will keep up to $8 billion in Medicaid savings under a plan approved Monday by the federal government.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Cat Food Recall Due To Possible Salmonella Contamination
The Robert Abady Dog Food Co., LLC of Poughkeepsie, NY, is recalling its 2 lb, 5 lb & 15 lb boxes of "Abady Highest Quality Maintenance & Growth Formula for Cats" because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella , an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and ... (more)
Local medicare payments: Doctors say high drug costs drive up billing
Among local doctors receiving Medicare reimbursement in 2012, the amounts ranged from $2,871,589 to Dr. Howard Kaplan, an ophthalmologist, to $150,205 to Dr. Shaheda Azher, a Fishkill neurologist.
Christians mark Palm Sunday
Parishioners at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in the City of Poughkeepsie, along with their fellow Christians around the world, have begun the countdown to the most important day of their religious calendar.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
2014 Winter High School All-Stars
The Poughkeepsie Journal's 2014 Winter High School All-Star Section is available on newsstands today and online, including selections for the top players, athletes and coaches of the year, as well as all-star teams.
Will long-empty Poughkeepsie YWCA get new Iife? Zoning board stops housing plan
The City of Poughkeepsie Zoning Board of Appeals has unanimously denied Bancroft LLC's request to convert the former YWCA building at 18 Bancroft Road to a 13-unit structure housing high-end condominiums or apartments.
With cleanup application pending, Hudson River Psychiatric Center site's fate unclear
One down, one to go. That is the status of two applications to a state brownfield program submitted by developers of the former Hudson River Psychiatric Center on Route 9 in the Town of Poughkeepsie.
Often the relieving adult has not even reached the nest before the relieved adult is heading out.
Hyde Park school finds a winner in Foster Grandparent Program
Officially, the students and staff at the Violet Avenue Elementary School in the Hyde Park School District are the ones who benefit from having 88-year-old "Grandma Mary" Arvanetes around to lend a helping hand.
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Journal wins most awards in history of N.Y. industry group
The Poughkeepsie Journal has won the most awards in the 40-year history of the New York News Publishers Association.
In brief: Homeless man arrested in barbershop robbery; bake-off to...
Aaron Charles Timpson, 29, was charged with first-degree robbery, a felony. He also had an outstanding Dutchess County Court warrant on drug-related charges.
Body found in Plattsburgh identified as missing Poughkeepsie student, 20
An autopsy has confirmed that a body found in woods behind a Plattsburgh business was that of a missing 20-year-old college student from Dutchess County.
What's new in the mid-Hudson Valley business scene for April 10
The aim is to keep workouts simple and get trainees proficient at the basics, according to a news release.
Events inspire Parkinson's fight
Lights on the Mid-Hudson Bridge have been glowing yellow and green since Monday and will continue through Saturday in honor of Worldwide Parkinson's Awareness Month.