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Combatting Drug Trafficking: Claverack Arrest Spotlights Efficacy of Collaborative Policing
In a recent and noteworthy operation against narcotics trafficking, Louis C. Lowman, a 49-year-old resident of Claverack, New York, was apprehended by law enforcement agencies on serious drug-related charges. The coordinated efforts of the New York State Police, Hudson Police Department, and Amtrak Police Department on December 4, 2023, led to Lowman's arrest on charges including Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 2nd degree, a class II felony, and three counts in the 3rd degree, class B felonies. His capture signifies a strategic victory in the ongoing fight to maintain public safety and curtail illegal drug activities within the community.
Three Arrested in Recent Home Invasion Near Elberon Place: Albany Police Continues Investigation
On November 29, 2023, Albany police were called to a burglary at a residence near Elberon Place and South Lake Avenue. The male resident reported that four people had entered his home, showed a handgun, and robbed him. Shortly after, an 18-year-old male, Chauncey Compton, was found with a gunshot wound on Myrtle Avenue. Compton was treated and taken to Albany Medical Center with non-critical injuries.
Survivor of Coeymans Marina Explosion Shares His Journey of Recovery and Gratitude
Witness the inspiring journey of a Latham man, critically injured in a Coeymans marina explosion, as he shares his story of recovery, resilience, and the power of love. Discover how community support and personal determination can turn tragedy into a tale of triumph.
Former Saugerties police chief Joseph Sinagra speaks out
Former Saugerties police chief Joseph Sinagra believes he was forced out by the town board earlier this year. “It was a smokescreen,” Sinagra said in an interview with Hudson Valley One. “They just didn’t want me there any longer. I didn’t do anything wrong.”. Sinagra...
Catskills Restaurant Named One of the Best New Restaurants in America
Leeds, a picturesque town nestled in Upstate New York, has recently emerged as a hub for food enthusiasts and aficionados thanks to recognition from Esquire Magazine's "The Best New Restaurants in America, 2023" list." Esquire Magazine has recognized Casa Susanna and put it on the map for food lovers nationwide....
Battery-powered motorcycle catches fire in Ravena
A lithium-ion battery-powered motorcycle caught fire in Ravena on Monday, prompting a response from the Ravena Fire Department. Firefighters say no injuries resulted from the fire.
Catskill High School's Yellow Ribbon Team Trains Peers in Teen Suicide Prevention
On December 5 and 6, Catskill High School's Yellow Ribbon Teen Suicide Prevention Team held a training session. The team, made up of student volunteers, guided their peers through different stations. The aim was to highlight that help is always available for suicide prevention.
Green Tech High Student Arrested for Bringing Handgun to School
A 15-year-old student from Green Tech High Charter School was arrested on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, for bringing a handgun to school. Police responded to reports of a weapon on the school premises at around 3:55 p.m. The student was apprehended without incident.
New Jersey man behind Tesla crash that killed woman, 22, admits to taking Snapchat video while driving 156 mph
Vasu Laroiya reached a plea deal last week after he admitted to taking a Snapchat video while drunken driving a Tesla before he crashed last year, killing a 22-year-old woman.
Woman, 48, killed in Kinderhook crash
One person died in a Kinderhook car crash on Monday morning. Sophia Perez-Martinez, 48, was trying to turn from State Route 9H to County Route 25 just before 8 a.m., investigators said. She pulled into the path of a van and was hit. Perez-Martinez was pronounced dead at Columbia Memorial...
‘Pretty Little Liars’ resumes filming in Upstate NY after Hollywood strikes end
Saugerties, N.Y. — “A” hasn’t forgotten about Upstate New York, little liars. After a monthslong pause, “Pretty Little Liars: Summer School” has resumed filming in the Catskills, the Daily Freeman reported. The HBO slasher series had been shooting its second season in the Hudson Valley when Hollywood strikes brought productions across the nation to a halt.
Heath Barn advisory group meets for first time
DELMAR – On Nov. 29, the Town of Bethlehem kicked off its first meeting of the Historic Heath Farm Advisory Committee. Town Supervisor David VanLuven opened the meeting by advising […]
Lineup announced for 2024 ‘Concert in the Catskills’
Country music is returning to Greene County with "Concert in the Catskills." The event is set for the Historic Catskill Point on June 15 at 7:30 p.m.
Republicans edge out Democrats for Claverack town board seats
CLAVERACK- In a set of close races for the Claverack Town Board, Republicans Gene Hallenbeck and George Duntz secured tight victories over their Democratic opponents Selha Graham and Tracy Hennige. Stephanie Sussman, Claverack Democratic Party chair, said, “While we are disappointed in the results of the election, the voters have...
Letter to the Editor: Thanks to all voters in last election
To the Editor, During this season of giving, I want to give my deepest thanks to the voters of the 25th Legislative District in Albany County. Thanks to the support […]
12/06/2023: A taste of winter
The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologists Jill Szwed and Kevin Appleby. Happy Wednesday! A lot of us are waking up to a coating of snow across the area. This is creating some slippery roadways with temperatures starting off below freezing. We expect isolated snow flurries/light snow showers to continue...
Kinderhook remembers Martin Van Buren on 241st birthday
Members of the Kinderhook community gathered on Tuesday to celebrate one of their own: former U.S. president Martin Van Buren.
Saugerties High School students enjoy outdoor activities indoors
Ping-pong, ladder toss, cornhole and kan jam aren’t just for cookouts anymore: Students at Saugerties High School have enjoyed outdoor recreational activities indoors as a physical education unit this fall, with junior high students to follow early next year. Mike Tiano is a physical education teacher at SHS and...
Shopper’s Diary: A Botanical ‘Speakeasy’ in Freehold, New York
“We’re kind of a speakeasy shop,” says Todd Carr, describing Hort & Pott, the store he co-owns with his partner Carter Harrington. It’s an apt description for their unique, appointment-only shopping destination located in Freehold, New York, about 20 minutes west of Hudson. Filled primarily with handmade and vintage finds for the home and garden, the botanically focused shop is currently dressed up for the holidays. “It’s more like an event when people come. We have candles lit in the shop, there’s music playing and incense burning, and we have the fires going,” Carr says.
Big Lots Closing Colonie Store
In Albany County, the discount retailer will shutter its Colonie store – located at 1892 Central Avenue – by the end of January 2024, a company spokesperson confirmed to Daily Voice. “Consistent with standard retail practices, we review our store footprint on an ongoing basis to make sure...