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Popular Poughkeepsie Restaurant has Closed, Fans Left Wondering Why?

The sign on the front door says vacation, but it looks like it's closed for good after asking around. One thing the Hudson Valley has is a ton of great restaurants to enjoy a meal at. From Rhinebeck to Newburgh the choices are endless but one thing that drives me crazy is when you find that one place that you look forward to getting food from has suddenly closed down.
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY
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No more fares for UCAT travel

At the August 19 Ulster County Legislature session, freshman legislator Phil Erner had the satisfaction of voting for a resolution he had authored to make riding the Ulster County Area Transit buses in Ulster County free. Establishing a policy to eliminate mandatory fares for UCAT service, the resolution passed with no Republican support.
ULSTER COUNTY, NY
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Alleged drug dealer arrested at court appearance while possessing drugs

LAGRANGE – A 46-year-old Hyde Park woman suspected of dealing drugs from her residence was arrested on August 16 in the Town of LaGrange Justice Court. Tami Halloran was arraigned on drug charges and remanded to the Dutchess County Jail. The Dutchess County Drug Task Force investigated alleged drug...
HYDE PARK, NY

Harmful Algal Blooms Reported in Ulster County

Another Harmful Algal Bloom has been spotted, this time in Ulster County. In July of 2022, the New York State Parks and Historic Sites Facebook announced that Lake Welch in Rockland County was closed due to Harmful Algal Bloom. We learned from the DEC that these harmful Algal Blooms are triggered by water and environmental conditions.
ULSTER COUNTY, NY
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Archaeological dig looks to answer family questions

The east side of the clock face at Kingston's historic Dutch Reformed Church strikes 13. And it has everything to do with hobgoblins. “When he saw the hobgoblin it scared him and he fell off the church steeple, and his body landed here, facing north," said Gage DeWitt, describing the myth associated with Tjerck DeWitt and the church.
KINGSTON, NY
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NARCOTICS INVESTIGATION LEADS TO SEARCH WARRANT AND ARREST

NARCOTICS INVESTIGATION LEADS TO SEARCH WARRANT AND ARREST. The Dutchess County Drug Task Force reports the arrest of Tami Halloran, age 46 of Hyde Park, on. 08/16/2022 for Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance Third Degree after an investigation by the. Drug Task Force into drug sales at her residence...
HYDE PARK, NY
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Why is Goodyear Blimp Landing in Montgomery New York

You never know what you are going to see in the sky in the Hudson Valley. Never was that more true than yesterday at about 6:30 PM when I was finishing up a round of golf at Winding Hills Golf Club in Montgomery, New York when the Goodyear Blimp seemed to appear out of nowhere between the trees.
MONTGOMERY, NY
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Officer sues Hyde Park PD claiming gender discrimination

HYDE PARK – A female Hyde Park Police officer is suing the town, a former member of the department, and a current lieutenant of the department with a claim of gender discrimination. The lawsuit was filed on August 10, 2022 by officer Jacquelyn Tucker, who is married to the Hyde Park Police Department PBA President, Detective Joshua Tucker.
HYDE PARK, NY

Popular Poughkeepsie Brewery Celebrating Anniversary This Weekend

King's Court Brewing Company will celebrate its anniversary with a big event on Saturday, Aug. 20. King's Court Brewing Company opened its doors at 40 Cannon St. in the old King's Court Hotel in the city of Poughkeepsie back in 2018, becoming Poughkeepsie's newest craft brewery. Starting with only 4 beers on tap and a lot of ambition, the brewery made it through a Global Pandemic and has thrived.
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY
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Taking care of business in Gardiner

In normal summers, when municipal activity slows down a bit, some small towns in our region scale back their schedules of municipal meetings a bit to accommodate officials’ vacation plans. Gardiner has long been one of those, with the Town Board only meeting once instead of twice in July and August.
GARDINER, NY
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