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Iconic Local Restaurant Owner Passes Away at Age 89

The Hudson Valley is known for being home to many wonderful restaurants, but there are a few that tend to stand out above the rest. If you're a true 'Hudson Valley-er' chances are you've visited the Eveready Diner in Hyde Park, or at least know of it because of it's appearance on the Food Network show Diners Drive Ins and Dives.
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Man dies in 3-car Kiskatom crash

KISKATOM — A man is dead following a three-car accident Sunday afternoon in Kiskatom, Capt. Tracey Quinn of the Greene County Sheriff’s Office said Monday. The name of the victim and the names of the other drivers involved are being withheld, pending autopsy results and completion of the investigation, Quinn said.
GREENE COUNTY, NY
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North Adams Planners OK Lumberyard in Hardman Industrial Park

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Planning Board gave approval for John Duquette to open a lumber and hardware store in Hardman Industrial Park but with the condition that he appear before the board for any exterior changes. Duquette has owned Stanley's Lumber and Building Supplies in Adams since 2016 and...
NORTH ADAMS, MA
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Woman injured in Livingston accident, driver ticketed

LIVINGSTON — A woman was taken to Albany Medical Center on Sunday afternoon with injuries she received in a two-car accident in Livingston, Aaron Hicks, public information officer for state police Troop K, said. The unidentified woman, 20, did not have life-threatening injuries, Hicks said. The other occupants, of both...
LIVINGSTON, NY
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William Stanley Business Park Considers Tunnel Under Woodlawn

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Officials are considering building an access tunnel under Woodlawn Avenue for easy travel between the William Stanley Business Park's sites. Using MassDevelopment funds, the business park did a feasibility study of creating a 15-by-15 foot wide, 48-foot long box culvert underneath the road and found that it would be possible at the cost of $1.3 million to $1.7 million.
PITTSFIELD, MA
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‘Corey, No!’: Jurors hear audio of scene at Kingston murder trial

KINGSTON, N.Y. — Jurors in the Corey Smith murder trial heard an audio recording Monday that prosecutors say captured the sounds of gunfire and a woman yell “Corey, No!” Corey, No!” as Ashley Dixon was being gunned down at the Stuyvesant Charter apartments last year. For a Freeman reporter, court...
KINGSTON, NY
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North Adams Police To Hold Firearm Qualifications

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Police department will hold their annual firearms qualifications at the city gun range during the months of September and October. The Police Department posted on their Facebook Page Monday letting Pattison Road residents know that their qualifications will be conducted during daytime hours for all scheduled days through October.
NORTH ADAMS, MA
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A Tiny Insect is Killing Off White-tailed Deer in Hudson Valley

Several people have reported seeing dead deer throughout the Hudson Valley. What is killing them so quickly? The Department of Conservation has the reason why. If you follow any local wildlife groups on Facebook here in the Hudson Valley then there's a good chance you may have seen people posting about how they are seeing dead deer in the area. It's quite common to see a deer carcass on the side of the road or close to a roadway. Sometimes they travel even after getting struck by a vehicle.
HUDSON, NY
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Pittsfield City Council Candidate Calls for New ARPA Survey

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A City Council candidate's call to redo a survey on the spending of nearly $40 million in American Rescue Fund Act funds was referred to the mayor's office. During this meeting, the council accepted the first installment of ARPA funds in the amount of $8,185,589.00. Charles Ivar...
PITTSFIELD, MA
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PHOTOS: MJ Tuckers in Sandisfield fire

SANDISFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) — Mid-Saturday morning, the Tolland Fire Department was called to put out a fire at the local restaurant, MJ Tuckers Pizza & Pub. According to a statement released by the Tolland Volunteer Fire Department, when crews got to the S. Main Street property, there was heavy smoke coming from the building. Ultimately, the damage was so severe that the restaurant has no reopening date in sight:
SANDISFIELD, MA
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Officials plan city hall feasibility study

HUDSON — City officials are taking the first steps to determine the feasibility of transforming the old Hudson Area library into the new city hall. The city published a draft request for proposals for public comment, and interested vendors will be able to submit proposals of the costs of a feasibility study, not designs or plans.
HUDSON, NY
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Betty E. Annecharico, 89, formerly of Sandisfield

Betty E. Annecharico, 89, died Monday, Sept. 13 at her home in Merrimack, New Hampshire, surrounded by her loving family. Betty is survived by brothers Benjamin Surdam, Irving Surdam, and sister Beatrice Jarvis. She was predeceased by husband Rudolph Annecharico, daughter Wendy Slater, brother William Surdam, sister Florence Pisiakowski, and ex-husband Frederick Slater.
MERRIMACK, NH
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