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Chichester, NY

Medevacs Called To Route 9 Crash (DEVELOPING)

A serious crash closed Route 9 in Freehold Sunday, July 3. At least two medevacs were called to the scene at US 33 sometime around 1:45 p.m. Unconfirmed reports say two people were pronounced dead and several miles of traffic delays were reported. Footage from the scene shows at least...
FREEHOLD, NY
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Iconic Woodstock Restaurant Reopens and it Looks Amazing

Those of us that have been around the Hudson Valley for a while, especially the Ulster County area, remember the Little Bear Restaurant in Woodstock. I remember going to the Little Bear for the first time in the 1980s. My friend Keith took me there and made me try the cold sesame noodles. They were delicious, as was the rest of the meal.
WOODSTOCK, NY
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3 Red Hook, NY Teenagers Save Drowning Teen on Cape Cod

School has let out for the summer and parents and kids are heading to their favorite vacation spots and swimming holes. Folks from the Hudson Valley are traveling far and wide. Trips down south to Florida and the Carolinas, to closer destinations like Lake George and the beaches of Cape Cod.
RED HOOK, NY

Check Out Kingston’s New Anchor Cafe

The Hudson Valley has seen some significant changes over the past couple of years, and much of that has to do with the covid pandemic. The whole world has seen changes, but today we’re talking about the Hudson Valley. The pandemic has affected individuals, families, schools, and businesses. One...
KINGSTON, NY
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Local Firehouse to Hose You Down and Feed You Hotdogs All Summer

A Hudson Valley fire department is inviting the community to come by the firehouse and play under the hose. Summertime can get oppressive in the Hudson Valley. The heat and humidity can make it hard to even go outside to get the mail. And if you don't have air conditioning, it's almost impossible to find any relief from the brutal conditions.
HUDSON, NY
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Check Out Kingston’s New Anchor Cafe

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KINGSTON, NY
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The ice cream of the crop

As we begin the summer season, nothing is more appealing than the prospect of a nice scoop of local ice cream on warm, sunny afternoons. A city dweller myself, I can confidently proclaim that the Hudson Valley is home to some of the finest ice-cream shops in the state. With such a wide selection, it’s difficult to pinpoint the perfect location for the whole family. Here is a short list of five of my favorites in Ulster and Dutchess counties that you’d be missing out on not to try.
SAUGERTIES, NY
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Furniture Maker Winner: Hoppy Quick, Catskill Mountain Woodsman

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.”
ACCORD, NY

Upstate New York Hikers Beware Of Rare Deadly Snake

Hiking can be, and should be, an adventure. However, most don't want it to be a dangerous activity. Deadly snakes can add some anxiety for the every day hiker. In the New York, certain venomous snake sightings are on the rare side, maybe until this year. According to an article...
KINGSTON, NY

Skin Care Entrepreneur David Krause Left New York City to Revive an 1830s Catskills Home

David Krause didn’t intend to relocate to the country. He spent 15 years living in New York City, first as a student at Pratt Institute, then as a fashion designer, and, most recently, while cofounding vegan skin care company Alder New York. But when the pandemic hit, he decided to fulfill his chief creative officer duties from the historic Catskills home he’d recently purchased as a weekend getaway. It soon became his permanent abode.
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Repair Cafe comes back to Kingston New York for free

The Repair Cafe will be held here in July.Google Street View, October 2019. Broken electronics and little knick-knacks often clutter up a home and make it hard to get any work done. So often we decide to throw these things out or make room for the new stuff. But it turns out that you don't have to. Since 2009, there have been events all over the world that want to help you get these machines fixed for you and at zero cost.
KINGSTON, NY
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