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Teen killed at Friday night fight at high school

LAGRANGE – A 16-year-old Arlington High School (AHS) student was fatally stabbed during a fight following a football game Friday night. A City of Poughkeepsie teenager has been charged with manslaughter for his role in the student’s death. The football game was between Arlington and Scarsdale High Schools. On Friday,...
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Police raid results in one arrest

POUGHKEEPSIE – A law enforcement task force raided an apartment at 60 Carroll Street Friday afternoon. One male suspect was handcuffed and taken away from the scene at approximately 1:30 p.m. The apartment building at 60 Carroll Street has been the subject of numerous complaints to police regarding criminal activity,...
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Fight at FD Roosevelt High School requires multiple police agencies

HYDE PARK – A post-game fight at FD Roosevelt High School in Staatsburg brought several police agencies to the campus to assist Hyde Park Police in dispersing the crowd. The incident came less than an hour after a large fight erupted at Arlington High School in LaGrange that also required multiple police agencies, and sent at least one stabbing victim to a local hospital.
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Popular Pierogi Company Opening a Hudson Valley Location

I’m not sure when it happened, but pierogi have become a wildly popular food. I feel as if I’ve always known about the deliciousness of pierogi, but now the rest of the world has caught up. When I was a kid, you could get pierogi with potato and cheese, but that was about it. Pierogi have come a long way since I was a kid, and they’re anything but boring.

Your 2021 Guide to the Best Pumpkin Picking in Greater Danbury

As Connecticut slowly begins its transformation into the multicolored season of Fall, kids from all over New England begin to reflect on this year's Halloween costume and choosing that perfect pumpkin. Fortunately, there are dozens of country farms all across Connecticut that offer their own unique brand of apple and...

The Remodel of the Taco Bell on Main Street in Danbury is Moving at the Speed of Light

What is running along faster than Usain Bolt, jacked up on caffeine on a windy day? The answer is the remodel of Taco Bell on Main Street in Danbury. A few months ago, my sister texted me in a panic and said: "have you heard anything about Taco Bell?" I said what, and she said "what is going on with the Taco Bell by your house on Main Street?" I said I have no idea, she said "It's been torn down."

Grow, Explore and Discover at Camp Settoga

This New York Family Scoop is sponsored by Camp Settoga. Working with sponsors helps keep our quality content free for our readers. Learn More. Camp Settoga offers New York City campers ages 4-12, room to grow, explore, and discover outdoor adventure on 21 lush acres in Pomona, NY. Camp Settoga...

New English: A Falling-Down 1850s Farmhouse in Westchester, Transformed by a Pair of Designers

We first came upon the work of New York-based design studio White Arrow when we profiled the row house they renovated for Buzzfeed’s very first employee, Peggy Wang. At the time, Wang was decamping to Queens in search of more space; several years later, it’s much the same reason that led the husband and wife team behind White Arrow, Keren and Thomas Richter, to embark on a renovation for their own young family: an 1850s farmhouse in Pound Ridge, Westchester County.

The Hudson Valley’s ‘Favorite Cookie’ is Back in Stock — For Now

Hudson Valley cookie fans are rejoicing this week, as a local favorite makes its triumphant return to some select stores. Even though you know it's coming, the first appearance of that bright yellow box will make anyone smile. Yes, it's officially Mallomars season once again in the Hudson Valley, and this year, stores are offering deep discounts on one of our favorite treats.