Daryl’s House Lawsuit Dismissed
The judge said the music venue failed to provide the court with competent evidence to support its claims.
Firefighters Battle Home Blaze In Dutchess County
Late Wednesday afternoon Poughkeepsie firefighters were dispatched to 99 Hooker Avenue in Poughkeepsie for a structure fire.
21 New Officers Sworn In in Dutchess County
Some 21 new recruits of the Dutchess County Law Enforcement Academy officially became law enforcement officers at their graduation ceremony on Friday.
Poughkeepsie Planet Wings Catches Fire
The fire was determined to be caused by an electrical malfunction involving a neon sign.
Poughkeepsie Fire Department Responds to Suspicious Blaze
On Mother's Day night, the Poughkeepsie fire department responded to a report of a car on fire in the garage of Bobby's Towing on Smith Street.
Alcohol and Egos Cause Hair Loss
On Jan. 27, three members of the Shamrock Association, a private club in Poughkeepsie, placed a bet on who could go the longest without shaving their beards. Over the course of the next few days, the bet morphed into a fundraiser for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
March for Babies at Walkway Over the Hudson Sunday
The annual March of Dimes March for Babies is taking place on Sunday, May 7 on the Walkway Over The Hudson in Poughkeepsie.
Former Hudson River Psychiatric Center Fire Needed 1 Million Gallons of Water to Extinguis…
At approximately 6 AM this morning the Fairview FD responded to a report of a fire at a building on the grounds of the former Hudson River Psychiatric Center in Poughkeepsie.
Community Voices Heard Members Hold May Day March
Members of Community Voices Heard (CVH) joined with college students, union workers, activists and city residents in a march from the Family Partnership Center to city hall with a varied agenda on Monday.
Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office Celebrates 300 Years
In 1717 the King of England appointed Corneles Van Denbogart to serve as the Sheriff of Dutchess County, before the birth of America.