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It's nearly spring and that means Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is upon us again.
An audit critical of the Dutchess County Industrial Development Agency, saying many companies it aided didn't meet job goals, will likely result in reforms and perhaps some help in meeting rising requirements of compliance and accountability.
Students at Roy C. Ketcham High School have returned to school after an early morning false bomb threat, confirmed Wappingers Central School District President Ved Shravah.
Located on the north side of Route 44, just west of its intersection with Franklin Avenue and south of the Village of Millbrook, sits Thorndale, an estate established in 1787 by William Thorne.
An attorney for a 21-year-old City of Poughkeepsie man charged with killing a 99-year-old woman and burglarizing several homes has a week to submit a written argument as to why his client is not fit to stand trial.
Inside James & Betty Hall Theatre on the campus of Dutchess Community College Tuesday night, County Executive Marc Molinaro outlined his vision for 2014.
The attorney general can use evidence of a 30-year-old dismissed rape charge to bolster its case for the civil confinement ofa convicted kidnapper accused of sex crimes, a judge in Dutchess County has ruled.
When Dan Trier heads out to Walkway Over the Hudson state park on his recumbent tricycle, he makes sure to take it slow.
Unfunded federal mandates have been used to reset the moral compass of the United States.
This year's six honorees included: Poughkeepsie High School student Tevin Brown, Dutchess County Legislator Gwendolyn Johnson, Poughkeepsie City School District board President Ralph Coates, Christine Kimble of the Bethel Church of God in Christ, Dennis Dean of Poughkeepsie-based Family Services, and Adrienne Waters-Strother of Bethel Missionary ... (more)
The discovery of suboxone inside a greeting card sent to an Albany County inmate by his sister has resulted in charges against both of them, Sheriff Craig Apple said.
In 2008, Cheryl Santiago, stood trial, accused of suffocating her 22-month step-daughter to death.
For more than 30 years, the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook has collected information about local weather conditions.
We've had snow, lots of it. It has brought complaints, cheers for rain and wishes that the snow would go away.