Wappingers Falls, NY

Movie Filming in Poughkeepsie and Newburgh Looking for Extras

It's time to live out your dream and get yourself on the big screen. We're looking at another year of several television and movie projects filming right here in the Hudson Valley. If you've always wanted to get into acting, why not start with a film that will be filmed all over the mid-Hudson region in places like Newburgh, Saugerties and Poughkeepsie?
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Popular Hudson Valley Farmers Market Will Stay Open Through Christmas

Fall is beautiful in the Hudson Valley, but it’s not without its faults. Like, it means winter is on the way. And it also means that all of our favorite Hudson Valley farmers markets will be closing until May or June. Well, almost all of them. I’m happy to let you know that one of our favorite farmers markets will be staying open right through the Christmas holiday.
Times Herald-Record

'Return to Titanic': ongoing project evokes fond memories for past Liberty Street School student

CITY OF NEWBURGH - When Brian Denniston, 52, reflects on the best years of his life, he thinks about his time in elementary school at P.S. 6 on Liberty Street. Forty years later, Denniston, now director of Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum at the corner of Liberty Street and Broadway, is happy to see ongoing development at his old school. The building is being restored to create TV film studios, soundstages and community-use space.

New Wine Bar Coming to Downtown Beacon, New York Soon

The Hudson Valley will soon welcome a new place to enjoy wine, food and live music. This time last year things seemed pretty unsure for the local bar and restaurant industry. We've seen a lot of businesses close their doors for good so it's refreshing to see a local business open their doors to share their delicious drinks and food to help bring the community together.

New Bear Sighting Reported In Northern Westchester

Some Northern Westchester residents had an unexpected visitor as a black bear made the rounds through their neighborhood.The New Castle Police Department issued an alert on Friday, Oct. 22 advising that a black bear was seen making the rounds in the area of Twin Ridges Road and Lake way in the town…


Be a Hero this Holiday Season with a Gift Card to Graceland Tattoo!. Established in 2003, in the heart of the Hudson Valley, you can find their brand new tattoo parlor still centrally located in the Village of Wappingers Falls. Our philosophy is simple, be good to the craft we hold so dear, be good to the clients who walk through our doors and be good to each other. It’s proven to be a winning combination for us and we are grateful for the community we’ve built.
Daily Freeman

Take Five ticket worth more than $36K purchased in New Windsor

NEW WINDSOR, N.Y. — The Take 5 top-prize winning ticket for Sunday evening, Oct. 24, worth $36,457.50 was purchased in a store in this Orange County town, according to the state lottery division. The ticket was purchased at BPTM Corp at 263 Windsor Highway. The five winning numbers for the...

Home Goods

The Hyde Park Antiques Center is a 9,000-square-foot. showcase of genuine collectibles, antiques, and valuables brought in by over 35 trusted, unique vendors. Our customers will delight in the museum-like experience of wandering through and claiming their own personal piece of history. The Hyde Park Antiques Center has been a staple of the Hudson Valley for over 30 years and is a must-see for all vintage enthusiasts looking for their new treasure.

Well Known Restaurant Reopens in the Hudson Valley with Popular Original Owner

Good news for Hudson Valley Restaurant goers, the original owners have returned to La Stazione Restaurant at 5 Main Street in New Paltz. The news broke last week on various local Facebook groups that the original owner Rocco has returned to re-open La Stazione Restaurant in New Paltz. In these days of hearing about so many of our favorite Hudson Valley eateries closing it is wonderful to hear about one opening and going back to its popular roots.
Times Union

The Kingston bakery that's become a 56-year fixture

The Hudson Valley is full of fairy tales. The Headless Horseman wreaked havoc through the streets of Tarrytown. Rip Van Winkle took a 20-year slumber in the Catskills. And the Deisings cast a spell over the people of Kingston. Unlike the former two, the Deising story continues to thrive today.