Pine Bush, NY


The Bruynswyck Inn Oyster & Clam Bar offers fresh seafood and Shawangunk views

“It was a bold man that first ate on oyster” is a perspective typically attributed to the 18th-century satirist Jonathan Swift (although older variants of the quote can be found). It’s probable that early humans learned to eat shellfish by watching seabirds smash them by dropping them onto rocks and then gorge on the contents. It’s an easy source of high-quality protein that didn’t require hunting down animals that flee or competing with apex predators. No wonder our species evolved to favor living near coastlines!

One man crime spree comes to end after Kingston man runs out of luck

The Ulster County Sheriff’s office reports the apprehension of Daniel Neal IV in connection with a day of reckless abandon which crossed multiple town lines. Sheriff’s office detectives allege that the 43-year-old stole a pickup truck off the lot of the Kingston U-Haul on Ulster Avenue on November 18 and headed south, arriving at the Citgo station on Broadway in Port Ewen, where he is alleged to have assaulted the employee on shift and robbed the gas station of $3000 in cash.

New York Man Found With ‘Dangerous’ Drugs At Woodbury Commons

A Hudson Valley man fleeing police was found with around $200,000 worth of "dangerous narcotics" at the Woodbury Common Premium Outlets. On Monday, Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced that 37-year-old Sherlan Simpson of Newburgh was convicted after a jury trial in the Orange County Court of all charges against him.

Sullivan County, New York Woman Missing, FBI Offers $10,000 REWARD!

After almost six years, local police and the FBI are still looking for information that might help locate a Rock Hill, NY woman who went missing back in May of 2017. The date was May 29, 2017, a day that friends and family will never forget, as that was the day that Shaniece Harris vanished. As we approach the 6-year anniversary of her disappearance the Sullivan County Sheriff's Office, along with the FBI are still hoping that someone might have information that could help in solving one of the Hudson Valley's numerous missing person cases.

Fatal crash reported on I-84 in Wallkill

MIDDLETOWN, NY – The New York State Police are continuing their investigation into a fatal crash that happened Sunday morning on I-84 near Wallkill. According to police, one person was killed in the crash that took place near exit 28 near the town of Wallkill. Two others were injured in the crash. The extent of their injuries is unknown. One lane of traffic was closed while police investigated. At this time, police have not released any further information regarding this incident. The post Fatal crash reported on I-84 in Wallkill appeared first on Shore News Network.

Power Play Ticket Worth $100,000 Sold In Newburgh

A smoke shop in the Hudson Valley known for its winning lottery tickets has struck again with a lucky player pocketing $100,000 in the latest Powerball game. The Power Play ticket for the Monday, Jan. 30 game matched four numbers and the Powerball, said New York Lottery officials. The winning...
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Newburgh man faces long prison term for possession of two kilos of cocaine

GOSHEN – A Newburgh man faces 27 ½ to 31 years in state prison in March when sentenced for possessing two kilos of cocaine and for perjury. Sherlan Simpson, 37, was convicted after a jury trial in Orange County Court on Monday of two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance and perjury after the jury deliberated for about 20 minutes, said District Attorney David Hoovler.

What do you love about Goshen Schools?

February is the month of love, so let’s share what we love about Goshen Schools!. Students, employees, parents/guardians, and anyone who’d like to participate can fill out the form to tell us what you love about Goshen. Answers may be used on social media during the month of February.
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Shawangunk town supervisor to retire after decades of leadership

WALLKILL – Longtime Shawangunk Town Supervisor John Valk Jr. has announced that he will not seek re-election to the position he has held for the past 25 years. His longtime commitment to public service includes spending seven years as a town councilman before being elected to the supervisor position.

City of Newburgh Warming Center

Due to the extreme cold forecasted this week, the City of Newburgh has designated the Activity Center as a Warming Center from February 3 through February 4, 2023. The Warming Center is located at 401 Washington Street, Newburgh, NY 12550 and will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.
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Newburgh city councilman bows out

NEWBURGH – Anthony Grice has served as a Newburgh city councilman for almost five years, but he is not going to seek reelection this fall. The Democrat who holds one of two councilman-at-large positions, said he wants to devote more time to his family. For decades Newburgh has had...