New York State Police are asking for help as they continue to try and solve a Hudson Valley murder. Police say new technology has breathed new life into the case. On Tuesday, New York State Police asked the public for new information to help solve an 18-year-old homicide in the Hudson Valley.
A 26-year-old woman from the Hudson Valley was killed in an accident that shut down Route 9. On Thursday, June 30, 2022, at or about 04:55 a.m., the Town of Poughkeepsie Police Department responded to North Road (State Route 9) in the area just north of Winslow Gate Drive for a report of a car-pedestrian accident. The collision happened in the center turning lane which is a single lane dividing north and southbound traffic, officials say.
NEW YORK -- There are new developments in the case of a man accused of a racist road rage attack against a Black, off-duty police officer in Newburgh. William Ryan was arraigned Friday on hate crimes charges at the Orange County courthouse in Goshen. Ryan, 60, claimed to be an off-duty state trooper and used racist language when he threatened Wallkill Police Lieutenant Robert McLymore with a box cutter.The incident was caught on camera last month when McLymore was driving to a church where he is a pastor.
Are you ready! In just a matter of days, Trader Joe's will open its closest New York location to the Mid-Hudson Valley!. The wait is almost over! Trader Joe's is just about ready to open up its new location in northern Westchester County. Rumors of Trader Joe's Opening New Location...
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (WHTM) — The owner of New York Bagel was sentenced to 3 years and six months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, and ordered to pay $2,100,450 in restitution for his scheme to defraud prospective franchises. According to a news release, back in Feb 2022, 57-year-old Joseph Smith of Fishkill, […]
A Hudson Valley man was arrested after he was found with an assortment of dangerous weapons outside of a shopping mall in the region. The Ulster County Sheriff's Office recently announced the arrest of a 37-year-old man from Newburgh who allegedly was found with dangerous weapons at an Ulster County mall.
If you live in the Poughkeepsie area and need emergency care for your animal, one clinic has closed for at least the next 90 days. If you have a pet and need emergency care it can be pretty traumatic, especially if the veterinarian's office that you normally go to isn't open. It usually goes something like this, your pet eats or gets into something, or breaks something and you need pet care quick. So you rush around trying to find a place close by to get help as quickly as possible.
Like the trees he carves from, furniture maker Hoppy Quick’s roots run deep. “I’m a woodsman and a forager,” says the artisan and two-time winner of the Chronogrammie for furniture making. “I’m a very spiritual man and connected to nature. Every day I create something, but really I just do what spirit tells me to do.”
Cold Spring, NY, located in the heart of the Hudson River Valley, has long been recognized as one of the most charming towns in New York State. One of the things that makes it so charming is its wide variety of excellent restaurants and other dining establishments, ranging from French to Thai to American to Ethiopian. In this article, we’ll take a look at five of Cold Spring’s best restaurants and help you decide which one best fits your taste buds.
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A brand-new Taco Bell location is serving customers in the Hudson Valley. Taco Bell hosted its grand opening ceremony for its new Dutchess County restaurant located in Poughkeepsie on Route 9, according to an announcement from representatives on Wednesday, June 29. Representatives said the eatery had a private ribbon-cutting on...
Walking into the Yorktown Pastry Shop is a bit of a time warp. Arrayed in glass cases are simple, traditional products like apple strudel and large round Danish rings filled with various fruits you rarely see any more. "No one does these things nowadays," said Madelina White, who has worked at the shop for 11 years...
We’re road tripping today here on the Build-Outs of Coffee. We’re taking I-87 about 80 miles up from New York City and heading to the Hudson Valley to visit New Paltz, population 7,000. There you’ll find a soon-to-open cafe/roastery Dry Fly Coffee Roasters. After a two-year delay due to COVID and other hold-ups—many of this year’s Build-Outs entries can relate—the brand new 1,500-square-foot space is ready to throw open their doors next month.
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Good seafood is hard to find in the Hudson Valley. That's why Dutchess County residents loved Bonefish Grill. Many were saddened when the place suddenly closed in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. Bonefish Grill closed their doors permanently just as New York entered the third phase of reopening. Bonefish Grill was one of the first restaurants to offer a large-scale outdoor seating area but it wasn't enough to keep the doors open. Bonefish even offered online discount codes good through this past weekend through a Facebook ad.
Jess Pearson, a Stillman Valley resident, and Boston Terrier Stetson, formally known as GCHS Jessper’s Wild Horses, recently traveled to Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, N.Y. to compete in the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Competing against many top dogs, Stetson was selected for Best of Breed and advanced...