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State crime stats: Shootings down in Newburgh and Poughkeepsie
There was one shooting with an injury in Newburgh through January and February. There were three reported around this time last year.
Poughkeepsie Woman Hit by Car in Parking Lot at Stewart’s Shop
The accident took place early Thursday morning and Poughkeepsie Police are looking for anyone that might have witnessed what happened. According to the Town of Poughkeepsie Police Department, officers responded to a reported car vs pedestrian accident at a local Stewarts Shop convenience store on Thursday. Police said that the accident occurred at approximately 7:13 a.m. Thursday at the Stewart's located at 1200 Dutchess Turnpike in Poughkeepsie, NY, and involved two cars and a pedestrian.
“Courtyard Killer” out of county jail for safety reasons
POUGHKEEPSIE – Accused murderer Roy Johnson, Jr., 36, charged with killing a guest at the Courtyard Marriott in October 2022, has been moved from the Dutchess County Jail. Mid-Hudson News has learned that Johnson, a convicted felon, was moved to the Sing Sing State Correctional Facility in Ossining on January 12, 2023.
Poughkeepsie principal resigns before end of school year
POUGHKEEPSIE – Poughkeepsie Middle School Principal Kelleyann Royce-Giron has submitted her resignation and will be leaving the school well before the academic year is over. Royce-Giron, herself a product of the Poughkeepsie City School District (PCSD), had served as principal at Poughkeepsie High School from 2020 through June 2022. She was well-liked by students at the school where she was considered to be friendly and energetic, according to the student body at the time.
New Refillery Store Coming to Pine Plains, New York
Have you heard of a refillery store before? If you haven't you may because one might be popping up near your neighborhood very soon. What is a refillery store? It's a pretty simple concept. It's a store that allows its customers to refill their own containers rather than purchasing new plastic containers over and over again. Generally, the stores carry products like laundry detergents, soaps, shampoos and other cleaning products. Often the stores offer sustainable and environmentally safe products.
VIDEO: Wappingers Falls Bear is the Cutest Thing I’ve Ever Seen
Sometimes you just need 45 seconds of an adorable wild animal frolicking in a backyard to make your whole day better. Spring has sprung, and along with the myriad flowers emerging from our thawing ground, bears are showing their faces once again, too. None, however, are having as much fun as one black bear who tried out nearly every toy in a local backyard in Wappingers Falls.
Complaints Of Drug Dealing In Hudson Valley Lead To Multiple Arrests
Multiple people were arrested by the Hudson Valley Drug Task Force during a warrant search after receiving complaints from residents and several overdose deaths.The operation took place in Dutchess County in the city of Poughkeepsie on Tuesday, March 21.According to Det. Sgt. Adam Harris, coordinat…
Unlucky: Drunk Driver Crashes Into Dumpster In Hudson Valley On St. Patrick's Day, Police Say
A woman faces charges after crashing her car into a dumpster while allegedly driving drunk on St. Patrick's Day in the Hudson Valley, police said. On Friday, March 17, around 10:30 p.m., police in Putnam County responded to Tonianne Drive in Kent for a reported vehicle crash, according to…
Healing the Hudson Valley with the Pellegrino Healing Center
Welcome Hudson Valley to this week’s edition of IN TOUCH, the public affairs and issues program that runs across Townsquare Media of the Hudson Valley radio stations. This week’s guest is Christine Pellegrino, founder, owner and director of the Pellegrino Healing Center and Pellegrino Integrative Cancer Center in Hyde Park. I was lucky enough to have a tour of the Healing Center prior to this interview and was given my first-ever acupuncture treatment. We talk about the experience on this episode, plus break down the stigmas around alternative medicine. We go in-depth behind treatments that Christine Pellegrino offers such as acupuncture, massage therapy, and more.
Bullet Found in Dutchess School, Frustrated Parents Want Answers
The Dutchess County Sheff's Office is sharing more information about a bullet that was discovered at a local middle school this week. On Wednesday, a young student was in the lunchroom when they made a terrifying discovery. According to authorities, the student found a bullet on the floor of the cafeteria, triggering a hold in place for the school and lockouts in surrounding schools.
The Hudson Valley to See the Warmest Weather So Far This Year
Monday started off the week on a mild note, as highs reached the low 60s during the day. Forecasters say the majority of the days ahead should stay in the 50s, with chances of rain both in the beginning and end of the week. But as we get towards the end of the month of March, is the Hudson Valley due for its first big big warm-up of the year?
Illegal motorcycles begin racing in parking garage (VIDEO)
POUGHKEEPSIE – Like many other cities in the Hudson Valley, Poughkeepsie has seen an increase in the number of unregistered off-road motorcycles and ATVs being ridden on the streets, sidewalks, and other public areas where their use is prohibited. Many police agencies have policies that prevent officers from pursuing reckless riders due to the public safety risk.
Meet the Comedy For a Cause Comedians to Appear in Hyde Park, NY
Comedy show to benefit MHA of Dutchess County's Vet2Vet program. MHA of Dutchess County's Vet2Vet program is funded by the Joseph P. Dwyer Veterans' Peer Services Project with services that include support groups, social activities, assistance in finding housing and/or employment for homeless veterans, advocacy for benefits and much more: emotional support, educational information, referrals to useful services, information around support groups and social events, advocacy, and short-term care management.
Another Longtime Hudson Valley Diner is Up For Sale
The Hudson Valley is known for its amazing diners, but sadly more and more of them are closing down or being put up for sale. It's been a rough few years for restaurants in the Hudson Valley. Dealing with the aftermath of the pandemic, work shortages, supply chain issues and the rising cost of ingredients has caused many local eateries to call it quits. Diners have had an especially tough time, with some favorite places going up for sale or shutting their doors forever.
District looking for new middle school principal to start in April
POUGHKEEPSIE – The Poughkeepsie City School District (PCSD) is actively seeking applicants to fill the principal position at the Poughkeepsie Middle School (PMS). Current principal KelleyAnn Royce-Giron is leaving the top post at PMS on April 15, 2023. “The process for appointing an interim principal has not been finalized and will be presented at a future BOE meeting,” PCSD Superintendent Dr. Eric Rosser told Mid-Hudson News.
Historic Poughkeepsie, NY Landmark Transforms into a Fairy Village This Spring
A historic landmark in Poughkeepsie, New York will be visited by some fairies who will make themselves at home later this spring. Locust Grove Estate has announced the return of the extremely popular Fairy House Scavenger Hunt for 2023. Families of all ages can search the grounds at 2683 South Road in Poughkeepsie for "one-of-a-kind" fairy houses hidden throughout the property in the blooming flowers and historic trees.
Newburgh Flour Shop Rebrands, Announces Another Hudson Valley Location
A well-known Orange County-based bakery has announced some pretty exciting changes, including a new name, and information about the grand opening of a Dutchess County-based location that will employ more than 15. In January of 2022, the Hudson Valley was excited to learn that Newburgh Flour Shop would be extending...
Uniform shop closing after nearly 30 years of service
POUGHKEEPSIE – 911 Uniforms shop has been a fixture on Main Street for 28 years. Luis and Janet Juncosa have been providing the first responder and corrections communities with all their uniform needs, including tailoring and special requests. After 28 years, the retired cop and his bride are closing the Main Street fixture but have arranged for a new team to continue the tradition of providing police and firefighters with great service; Tim Roberts and Paul Osterman of KOD Custom Apparel have agreed to take over 911 uniforms.
Dutchess County Office for the Aging’s AGING NEWS For the week of March 27th
Feeling a sense of connection and belonging is important for all of us and can positively impact our health. Individuals with strong social ties live longer and are healthier than those with weak social ties. Our relationships encourage us to take better care of ourselves, try new things, and develop a sense of purpose.
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