13 hrs ago
Mid-Hudson briefs: School budget hearing; Molinaro at Lunch and Learn ...
The board will receive an update on the development of next year's school budget and hold a discussion.
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17 hrs ago
The "Non-Stop" actor says de Blasio "should have manned up and come." The mayor has declared his intention to shut down the industry, saying it's inhumane to keep horses in modern-day Manhattan.
19 hrs ago
County leaders discuss goals and challenges at Pattern for Progress panel
Leaders of mid-Hudson counties sat down Monday to chat about subjects like the fight for casinos, infrastructure goals and economic development.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Empire State News
Comptroller releases school, municipal audits
Ausable Valley Central School District Internal Controls Over Selected Financial Activities The board had not adopted comprehensive written policies and procedures providing guidance and internal controls over departmental cash receipts.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
SUNY Broome expects to open 325-student on-campus housing in August
With clothes neatly laid out on perfectly made beds, the kitchen table set smartly for two and chemistry books stacked neatly on desks, the model apartment for SUNY Broome Community College students looks like it's waiting for students to retreat after a long day of class.
Legislative report, 3/10
TERRY GIPSON, D-RHINEBECK Room 617, the Capitol, Albany, 12247. 518-455-2303; fax: 518-426-6920.
CEO: IBM to stay in hardware industry
IBM Corp. has no plans to exit the hardware business, the company's CEO said in a message to shareholders.
Legislative Spotlight: Feedback needed on energy tax
In an open and transparent government, critical feedback holds public decision-makers accountable.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The Obsession: Hillrock Estate Solera Aged Bourbon
The Distillery: Located amid the rolling hills and fields of Ancram, in Dutchess County, New York, Hillrock is unique for being one of the few true "field-to-glass" operations in the whiskey world.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
NEWS@NIGHT - NewsWrap - Jobs grow in January; plans unveiled for Dutchess County Airport
<![CDATA[Both Dutchess-Orange and Ulster county areas showed job growth of at least 1.4 percent for January compared to a year ago; Dutchess County Executive announces revitalization plans for Dutchess County Airport, including privatization of some services.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
IDA: Audit criticisms are 'unrealistic'
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 evacuated after bomb threat at Wappingers Ketcham High School
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.
Dateline: Thorne legacy lives on in Millbrook
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.
Gumbinger slaying: Lawyer has week to argue suspect not fit to stand trial
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.
Albany Times Union
Alliance@IBM: Cuomo deal saves Hudson Valley jobs a " for now
An IBM workers group believes that Gov. Andrew Cuomo 's deal with the company has stopped - at least temporarily - the hundreds of layoffs expected within the company's Hudson Valley operations.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Your News Now
Molinaro delivers State of County address
Inside James & Betty Hall Theatre on the campus of Dutchess Community College Tuesday night, County Executive Marc Molinaro outlined his vision for 2014.
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Serious car accident on Route 9G leaves one dead
A crash in the Village of Tivoli claimed the life of a Hudson man. It happened at what the Mayor's calling a dangerous intersection.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Civil Confinement Court Admits Evidence in Post-'Floyd' Ruling
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.