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3 Great Reasons to Head to Orange County this Weekend

It’s officially summer, and what’s better on a hot summer day than an ice cold beverage and live music? Not too much, and I happen to know where there will be several cold beverages all in one place in Orange County this weekend. I also know of a couple of great concerts happening this weekend not too far from all of those cold beverages.
Hudson, NYPosted by
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Hudson Valley’s “Devil’s Path” Proves True For One Out-of-Town Hiker

One hiker from New Jersey had to be rescued while exploring here in the Hudson Valley after falling 20-feet off a rocky trail. When you're going out hiking, no matter where you are, you need to be aware of your surroundings and be prepared before hitting the trails. Obviously, no matter how well you prepare, things can always go wrong, that's just life. When exploring nature, always take your time and watch where you're stepping as you can lose your footing very easily on some trails in the Hudson Valley.
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Do You Know the Crazy Origin Story of the Poughkeepsie Tennis Club?

Better question, did you even know Poughkeepsie has a tennis club?. Recently, I've been doing some exploring throughout Poughkeepsie. One of the biggest things I discovered was the Poughkeepsie Tennis Club. Now, I always knew it was there, but I was never around it before. I went on a walk and saw the massive space that it takes up and saw there were multiple tennis courts and even a pool. It grabbed my interest, so I did some research online and learned there is a crazy origin story.
Hudson, NYPosted by
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5 Sure Signs The Hudson Valley is Out of Mercury Retrograde

So they claim we have traveled through the worst of it. The latest Mercury Retrograde that has been disrupting our lives since May 29th 2021. Apparently today (June 22nd 2021) is the last of the madness until Mercury goes retrograde again this September. However, everything I have read says to keep our eye on the ball and be careful because we aren't truly out of the woods until July 7th. Oh my that is still two more weeks of weird.
Saugerties, NYPosted by
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This Can Happen To You If You Don’t Use Crosswalk in New York

Police allege a 71-year-old man walking in the Hudson Valley caused a two-car crash. On Sunday around 12:15 p.m., Saugerties police responded to a reported motor vehicle crash on Market Street in the Village of Saugerties. The investigation by police established that a 71-year-old man walked across Market Street, directly into the path of a 2021 Kia, which caused the driver to abruptly stop to avoid striking the man.
Port Jervis, NYPosted by
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Wild High-Speed Chase in Hudson Valley Ends With Car in River

A woman fleeing police at a high speed in the Hudson Valley had to be rescued after she intentionally drove into a river, police say. On Monday around 8 p.m., Officer Andrew Dillinger of the Port Jervis Police Department was monitoring traffic and conducting speed enforcement on East Main Street near the Port Jervis Middle School when he allegedly observed a gray Chrysler sedan heading east on East Main Street traveling 50 miles per hour in a 30 miles per hour zone.
Beacon, NYPosted by
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Here’s What’ll Happen to HV Toll Takers After Bridges Go Cashless

Even though you won't be stopping to pay toll workers at Hudson Valley bridges anymore, you may still see some of those friendly faces on the road. Starting July 5th, cars will no longer be stopping at toll booths on the Newburgh Beacon Bridge. The New York State Bridge Authority has announced that they will be phasing in the end of toll booths over the next several months. After the Newburgh Beacon Bridge goes cashless, similar changes will occur at the Bear Mountain Bridge, Rip Van Winkle Bridge, Mid-Hudson Bridge and Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge.
Hudson, NYPosted by
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New Law Will Take Loud Motorcycles & Cars Off Hudson Valley Roads

Obnoxiously loud cars and motorcycles with modified mufflers may soon be a thing of the past in the Hudson Valley. New legislation has been proposed that would put noise restrictions on vehicles and force police cars to be equipped with decibel sensing meters. The bill, sponsored by New York state senator Andrew Gounardes, is aimed at thwarting local motorists who trick out their cars to be louder than legally allowed.
Hudson, NYPosted by
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Hudson Valley Girl Scouts Making Sandwiches for Folks in Need

These type of things make the Hudson Valley better than anywhere in the world. When most young kids think about planning out their weekends, most think about seeing friends, going out, maybe playing video games, all fun, acceptable things for kids to do, but one group of girls have decided to pass on those activities, and focus on doing something to help those in need according to Spectrum News.