Bald eagles a common sight at Saugerties Lighthouse
It was another arctic day on March 1, with temperatures in the low 20s, but that did not deter a dozen people from meeting at the Saugerties Lighthouse parking lot for a chance to view bald eagles.
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Saugerties man arrested for allegedly using stolen bank card
A Saugerties man is behind bars after allegedly stealing a debit card from an acquaintance and using it to make four separate withdrawals from the victim's checking account.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Levon Helm announced as posthumous honoree at Spirit of Woodstock ceremony
The Woodstock Film Festival's third annual Spirit of Woodstock Celebration will honor the late Levon Helm and Markertek Founder/CEO Mark Braunstein.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Natalie Merchant presents domestic violence documentary 'Shelter' in Kingston
Friday, the Old Dutch Church in Kingston hosted the premiere public screening of "Shelter: A Concert Film to Benefit Victims of Domestic Violence."
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Chronicle of the Horse
USHJA Announces Dates And Locations For Regional Children's And Adult Amateur Jumper Championships
U.S. Hunter Jumper Association officials have announced the venues and dates for this year's Children's and Adult Regional Championships.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Albany Times Union
Matters of interpretation
For three area artists, inspiration comes from scenes of America often ignored. Photography, memory, nostalgia and the decline of the American dream are all at play in the work of Mary Anne Erickson , Scott Nelson Foster and Michael McKay .
Kingston police arrest Saugerties woman for heroin possession
City police on Monday night arrested a Saugerties woman who was in possession of glassine envelopes containing heroin - a common method of packaging for street-level sales.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
VIDEO: Wallkill girls, Saugerties
The 2014 MHAL girls and boys basketball championship games were played on Fri., Feb. 21, 2014 at SUNY Ulster in Stone Ridge.In the girls final, Wallkill won its third title in four years, beating John A. Coleman Catholic, 49-30.In the boys final, Saugerties defeated Coleman Catholic 66-46 for its first postseason title of any kind since winning the ... (more)
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Saugerties man abused 7-year-old girl, police charge
A 20-year-old Saugerties man has been arrested on charges he abused a 7-year-old girl three years ago.
Saugerties concert may be near approvals
The newest concert proposed for the Woodstock '94 site in Saugerties could win state and county approval in just a couple of weeks, said the two concert promoters behind the plan.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Don't Mess With Taxes
'Jimmy Fallon tax credit' key to Tonight Show return to NYC
Jimmy Fallon, the new host of NBC's iconic TheTonight Show , was born in Brooklyn and grewup in Saugerties, about 100 miles due north ofNew York City.
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'Gator Boys' star coming to First Arena in Elmira
Jimmy Riffle from the Animal Planet show "Gator Boys" will present his "Alligator Road Show" at 1 p.m. April 6 at First Arena in downtown Elmira.
Glasco Turnpike bridge in Saugerties shut down after large chunk of bridge falls into creek Saturday
A manhole-sized chunk of asphalt fell out from the battered Sauer Bridge on Glasco Turnpike Saturday, shutting down the bridge and one of the main north/south thoroughfares in the area.
K-9 Finds 695 Heroin Envelopes Stashed in Dashboard
Three people driving through Clarkstown-who police say had heroin hidden in the car-are facing felony drug charges.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Film crews shoot scenes in Saugerties, Woodstock
Film crews spotted around the village this week are working on the feature film "I Dream Too Much," written and directed by Katie Cokinos and produced by Richard Linklater and Jonathan Burkhart.
VIDEOS: Snow on the way; local schools cancel, delay classes
A fast-moving winter storm headed out of the mid-Hudson Valley this afternoon, and Poughkeepsie City School District officials announced the district will open Wednesday.
Jimmy Fallon makes Tonight Show debut
The television host made his presenting debut on the show from its original New York studios, 42 years after Johnny Carson moved the show to Burbank, Los Angeles, in 1972.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Saugerties native Jimmy Fallon makes it to the top in world of comedy
He was 17. And he was a bad driver. But Jimmy Fallon of Saugerties had learned from his mother, who had heard on the radio, that Bananas Comedy Club in Poughkeepsie was hosting a comedy contest.
Saugerties man and two others caught with 695 doses of heroin while...
A Saugerties man and two Delaware County residents were arrested Sunday after state police say they pulled them over and found hundreds of envelopes of heroin in a dashboard panel inside their car.
"No more Blackstreet"; Sheen engaged; Henson dies
After Chauncey "Black" Hannibal won the rights to use the Blackstreet name, he started touring with the name, new members to the group and no Teddy Riley.