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Easter Sunday is celebrated around the world of Christendom, and for most, it starts at the home church.
Journal employees recently donated dozens of bags of food and clothing to Dutchess Outreach, which assists families in need.
Tomorrow, communities around the world will reaffirm their commitment to environmental protection in recognition of Earth Day.
Troopers at the Wappinger barracks said they charged Kevin Powlis, 56, of Cold Spring on Friday morning.
The Dutchess County Medical Examiner is looking for answers after a man's body was found on a village street.
State police charged a Cold Spring man with felony predatory sexual assault against a child after investigation of a case in Dutchess County.
A Dutchess County man allegedly driving drunk was seriously hurt in a motorcycle crash early Friday.
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.
Architectural Record will bring its acclaimed Innovation Conference to Los Angeles for the first time, on May 21. L.A. - a city known for blurring the boundaries between urbanism, architecture, and landscape - is the perfect place to host Breakthrough: Design at the Intersection of Art, Science & Technology .
Applications for absentee ballots are available; call the library election clerk at 845-831-1134, ext.
It seemed Rosemary "Mary" Sepe of Johnson City had a special way with food and people.
Authorities have yet to release the name of the victim killed in a fire at Domino's Pizza on Route 9. An autopsy was scheduled for this morning, so investigators can positively identify the victim and confirm a cause of death.
Scenic Hudson and the Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce have forged a common agenda that unites economic development with safeguarding majestic views of the Hudson River and connecting people to lands along its shores.
Nearly $1 Million in grants to reduce, solve and prevent crime will go to 31 law enforcement agencies across New York State.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced today more than $95 million in grants and loans were awarded for 37 construction projects across the state to build affordable, low-income housing.