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.
Poughkeepsie Standoff With Suspected Heroin Dealer Ends Peacefully
A standoff with a City of Poughkeepsie man previously charged with selling heroin ended peacefully Thursday afternoon.
Dutchess County Police Need Help Identifying Two Men
Police in Dutchess County are hoping for the identities of two men who may have witnessed an elderly man get robbed.
Senate Minority Leader Wants Feds To Help Hudson Valley
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer wants the feds to help the Hudson Valley.
$153.1 Billion New York Budget Looks to Make People Laugh
The budget includes funds for a comedy center, a tax on millionaires, a 750-mile network of trails and the Excelsior Scholarship, which provides free college tuition for some New Yorkers.
Heated Exchange Between Dutchess Legislators
The Majority Leader for the Dutchess County Legislature Jim Miccio filed a complaint with the Dutchess County Sheriff's office over actions by his colleague, Legislator Marc Coviello of Beekman.
NITRO Hits the Hudson Valley Streets
The City of Poughkeepsie has seen a major increase in highly energetic people in the business district and the source has been identified: The Ugly Mug on Market Street.
Dutchess County Clerk Swears in 43 New Citizens
The newly naturalized citizens included longtime volunteer firefighter Keith Varley.
Poughkeepsie Celebrates Anniversary of First Friday
City of Poughkeepsie Mayor Rob Rolison joined dozens of people at the Bardavon 1869 Opera House on Friday to celebrate the one-year anniversary of First Friday Poughkeepsie.