FBI is offering up to $10,000 for information about a woman from New York who disappeared in 2017Ada E.NewsBreak Contributor
The case of Shaniece a 34-year-old woman from New York has remained unsolved since May 29, 2017Ada E.NewsBreak Contributor
Man Chases Naked Teenage Girl Down Street, Barricades Himself Inside Woodbury Home For 8 HoursPriority News NetworkNewsBreak Contributor
A HUNT SEARCH FOR AFFORDABLE HOME IN MILTON – AN EXPERT PROCESS GUIDEHarryNewsBreak Contributor
City Moved Asylum Seekers Into Upstate In May And The Long-Living Guests Are Still Peaceful ThereAbdul GhaniNewsBreak Contributor
Pine Bush parents raise concerns with ‘unsafe’ bus stop in front of bar
The mothers say the Pine Bush School District changed the bus route on Upper Mountain Road this year to stop at a busy intersection on a hill outside of a bar.
Shots fired as police capture wanted suspect in Middletown
MIDDLETOWN – Shots rang out in Middletown Thursday evening as State Police attempted to apprehend a man wanted in New York City, police sources said. The incident occurred on Knapp Avenue. A weapon was recovered and there were no reported injuries during the incident. There was no danger to...
New York Hobby Lobby Stores Refuse to Sell Holiday Item
New Yorkers looking for a specific item to celebrate the holidays won't find it at any local Hobby Lobby store. I have a love/hate affair with my local Hobby Lobby store. Trying to shop at one is completely frustrating, yet I find myself crawling back every month or so when my son is doing some sort of creative project and needs something I just can't find anywhere else.
Monticello Man Charged With Robbery During Violent Domestic Incident
Sullivan County resident. Frank Velez-Miranda, of Monticello, was charged on Saturday, Dec. 2, said Undersheriff Eric Chaboty of the Sullivan County Sheriff's Office. According to Chaboty, deputies responded to the town of Thompson when a victim reported they had been robbed of cash, and a cell phone at knifepoint by Velez-Miranda.
Drugged driver sentenced in fatal Pine Bush crash
Prosecutors say 33-year-old Shawn DeHaan pleaded guilty to manslaughter and assault and was sentenced to two to six years in state prison and one year in county jail on Nov. 21.
Experience Authentic Italian Cuisine: Goshen's Top 4 Italian Restaurants
This article presents four exquisite Italian restaurants located in Goshen. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Which Adams Fairacre Farms is the Best to Handle Your Holidays?
Adams Fairacre Farms is such a Godsent for the Hudson Valley. One of the best ways to support local farms and businesses is to visit Adams. Not only does Adams have the best of national brands, but they are the best at offering local products. That's why so much of their food options are so fresh. And it's not like you can get the quality of Adams anywhere else because it is exclusive to the Hudson Valley. Maybe one day we will see it become a national chain, but for now, it is our little secret.
Safety concerns mount at Goshen Juvenile Detention Center after 2 attacks
State officials say several residents attempted to assault another resident last Thursday, prompting staff intervention.
Local Bus Service Vehicle Catches Fire on Burlingham Road; No Injuries Reported
This morning, Tuesday, Dec. 5, at approximately 7:20 a.m., a Quality Bus Service bus caught fire on Burlingham Road. There were no students on board, and the driver and monitor were not injured. This bus services an out-of-district route. The cause of the incident is being investigated.Visit here for more details.
1st Legal Weed Shop In Lower Hudson Valley Finally Opens
The wait is over! The first legal weed dispensary officially opened in the Lower Hudson Valley. This marks the first recreational cannabis dispensary to open in the Lower Hudson Valley. Recreational Cannabis Dispensary Opens In Westchester County, New York. Elevate Cannabis officially opened for business selling legal weed in Westchester...
'A bittersweet decision.': Pine Bush's Baldwin Vineyards to shut down after 42 years
Baldwin Vineyards in Pine Bush will shut down after 42 years.
Some NY counties are set to cut property taxes in January. Which ones?
Good news for New York homeowners: many will likely see cuts in their county taxes or at least no increases on their yearly property-tax bills in January. Across the state, county governments have set or are finalizing 2024 budgets that in many cases would cut the average tax rates that property owners pay. The savings may be modest, but the trend counts as a win for taxpayers whose bills tend to climb each year and rarely go down.
This Is the Last Week for ‘Pioneering’ Hudson Valley Restaurant
Fans of a beloved Hudson Valley bar and restaurant were shocked this week to learn that one of their favorite spots was closing after five years of business. Luckily, the news isn't all bad. It takes bravery, patience, and grit to open a restaurant anywhere, let alone in the Hudson...
‘Haunted’ Ulster County Dive Bar in a New Horror Movie
Have you ever visited one of the Hudson Valley's most unique bars?. Over the years there have been numerous stories about one of the most unique bars in New York. Often the stories have something to do with whether or not it's haunted and if they are even open. The bar and its "lure" have made it legendary to locals, but have you ever heard of it?
Goshen celebrates 20th annual menorah lighting with rally against antisemitism
Organizers say there was more security planned this year already, but they never thought about staying home.
16-Month-Old Child Severely Burned In New Windsor
The incident took place in Orange County around 3 p.m., Monday, Dec. 4 in New Windsor. According to Chief of New Windsor Police Daniel Valeri, the toddler was burned after pulling on the cord of a vegetable steamer that was on and it spilled onto his head, chest, and back.
Monticello's Own Stanley Finch: The Forgotten Pioneer of the FBI
Stanley Wellington Finch, from Monticello, New York, played a significant role in the early history of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Although John Edgar Hoover is often credited as the first director of the FBI, serving from 1924 to 1972, the Bureau's roots go back to 1908, with Finch in charge. Attorney General Charles J. Bonaparte, a President Theodore Roosevelt appointee, selected Finch, a Department of Justice veteran, to lead a small group of special agents.
Runaway teens separated with no contact during dual investigations in New York and Oregon
Penny Lyles, 15, and Jonathan Stockle, 18, turned to Warwick police on Monday for help, after traveling more than 2,000 miles from out west.
Kerhonkson Resident and Retired State Police Technical Sergeant, Christopher P. Rock, Passes Away Due to 9/11-Related Illness
New York State Police's Acting Superintendent, Dominick L. Chiumento, has reported the death of retired Technical Sergeant Christopher P. Rock. Rock died on December 3, 2023, from an illness linked to his work at the World Trade Center site after the 9/11 terrorist attack.
These middletown, NY based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near middletown.