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Explore the Catskill’s stone mysteries

Join Overlook Mountain Center DEC guides Glenn Kreisberg and Dave Holden on Sunday, August 21 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., to explore the mysterious stone constructions found in Mink Hollow, including “Manitou Hassunnash” (spirit stones), mega walls, cairn fields, possible effigies and alignments. Who built them, when and why?
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Catskill parole absconder arrested in Albany

ALBANY – Police in Albany, working with the US Marshals Service, arrested two Greene County residents and recovered drugs, a loaded 9 mm handgun and an AR-15 rifle. On Wednesday, authorities apprehended Antiel Pagan, 22, of Catskill, a parole absconder who was wanted by State Police in Catskill. Samantha...
ALBANY, NY
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Hudson Valley Campus Scraps State Student COVID Vaccine Mandate

One school in the Hudson Valley region is making headlines for the controversial decision to loosen its COVID protocols. It has been years since we first heard about the coronavirus. If there is one thing we have learned it is that the COVID-19 virus isn't going away but a lot has changed since 2020. One community college in the region has decided to not go along with New York State's vaccine requirement for students.
TROY, NY

The Most Unique Hotel Experiences in New York State

Who wants to stay in a traditional hotel room these days? It's boring! Carpet that hasn't been changed since 1982, bed sheets as comfortable as construction paper, yellowing curtains that smell like cigarettes... forget it!. You can find some really incredible gems to stay in across New York state. While...
NEW YORK CITY, 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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SAUGERTIES, NY
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Rauf resigns from town board

GREENVILLE — Town Councilman Joel Rauf has resigned from the Greenville Town Council. Rauf, who has moved out of the town, submitted a letter of resignation to Town Supervisor Paul Macko, which Macko read during the Aug. 15 meeting of the town board. “I am tendering my resignation as...
GREENVILLE, NY
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Saugerties celebrates Caribbean food, music and culture

The local nonprofit organization Seasoned Gives hosted its third annual Caribbean Carnival at Cantine Veterans Memorial Field in Saugerties on August 13. The event featured the food, music and culture of the island nations and territories surrounded by the Caribbean Sea, games, face painting, arts and crafts vendors. The festival was preceded by a parade, which featured a carnival costume contest.
SAUGERTIES, NY
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Destination burgers of the Hudson Valley

Hamburgers are one of the easiest, quickest foods to consume while we’re on the go. No matter what time it is, burgers are popular for lunch, dinner … even breakfast!. What makes a hamburger delicious? The chemical reaction in our brain when salt, fat and sugar come together is irresistible. Crunch, soft, salty and sweet: these contrasts play on flavors and textures, keeping us coming back for more.
KINGSTON, NY
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