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Keith R. Jornov 1997 – 2022

On Tuesday, May 10th, 2022 Keith Raven Jornov, beloved son, grandson, nephew, cousin, and friend passed away unexpectedly at the age of 25. Keith was born in Kingston, NY on February 18th, 1997 to parents Desiree Jornov and Robert Trepanier. Keith had a passion for old cars, 50’s music, retro...
KINGSTON, NY
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Prepare Now for Possible Tornado in Hudson Valley

Weather forecasters are predicting the possibility of isolated tornadoes in certain areas of the Hudson Valley today. Now is the time to prepare. According to the National Weather Service, conditions are ripe for some violent weather on Monday afternoon. Strong winds, rain, hail, and possible tornadoes are all on the table as this unstable weather pattern makes its way through the Hudson Valley.
HUDSON, NY
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David Arthur Hosokawa, 78, of Great Barrington

David Arthur Hosokawa, 78, of Great Barrington, Massachusetts, passed away on May 14, after a long battle with Parkinson’s Disease. Dave is survived by his wife Beverly, daughter Dorree, son Sam and his wife Pam, granddaughters Kaiya and Eva, and sister Mary. Dave was born on July 16, 1943,...
GREAT BARRINGTON, MA

Painful ‘Ghost Bugs’ Have Begun to Swarm in the Hudson Valley

If you've noticed itchy bumps on your arm or neck this week, you've most likely been attacked by ghost bugs and didn't even know it. Many Hudson Valley homeowners are reporting painful, itchy bites over the past few days but can't seem to recall being bit by anything. Some victims may have assumed that it was just a mosquito, or perhaps worried that a tick or spider may have attacked when they weren't looking.
HUDSON, NY
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Best Places to Eat on the Rondout in Kingston, NY

The Rondout area in Kingston, NY is a destination for so many things one of which is its great selection of restaurants. It also helps that it is right along the Rondout Creek which makes for a great waterfront walk after dinner. You can shop and walk the docks and take in a museum or two before or after you eat.
KINGSTON, NY
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Wylder Hotels Plans August 2022 Opening of Wylder Windham in New York

(WINDHAM, NEW YORK; May 16, 2022) Wylder Hotels announces today that its third hotel opening, Wylder Windham, is expected to open August 2022. With a focus on iconic soulful properties and wide-open spaces, the newest resort celebrates the unique local vibe of the magical town of Windham, New York, and embraces the timeless pleasures that the land has to offer. Following the acquisition of the legendary The Thompson House Resort, the top-to-bottom reimagining will feature seven separate lodges with 110 combined rooms, 20 acres of expansive property, an oversized in-ground pool, an on-site restaurant and bakery, 4,000 square feet of private event space, and fresh air galore.
WINDHAM, NY
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Day Trip: Rhinebeck, N.Y.

Editor’s note: The spring-summer issue of our print magazine “Out & About with The Berkshire Edge” is now available for free at 140+ high-traffic locations throughout the Berkshires and beyond. Our magazine focuses entirely on places to go and things to do in the Berkshires during this three-month period. This article is a feature of that issue. Pick up a copy of the print magazine or read it online.
RHINEBECK, NY
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HYDE PARK, NY

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