Jackie Corley is the regional digital managing editor for Townsquare Media's Hudson Valley and Danbury clusters. She oversees the digital strategy and social media presence for those markets.
Breakneck Ridge Closed
The most popular hike in America is reportedly closed following a fallen boulder creating unsafe trail conditions.
You’re Not Crazy: Facebook’s Down
No, there's nothing wrong with your computer. And if you haven't rushed to Twitter yet, we'll save you the trouble: yes, Facebook posting is down and Instagram is buggy.
Woodstock Organizer Announce 50th Anniversary Festival Location–And It’s Not the Hudson Va…
The organizers of the original 1969 Woodstock Festival announced the time and location for the 50th-anniversary celebration.
Hudson Valley Fios Customers Could Lose ABC, ESPN in 2019
The countdown clock is ticking for Verizon and Disney to negotiate a deal to keep the entertainment giant's networks on Verizon Fios TV.
Woodstock 50th Anniversary: Bethel Announces Festival
The cultural center's announcement comes a month after original Woodstock co-founder Michael Lang confirmed a 50th-anniversary music festival was in the works.
Burke Rehabilitation Hospital Opens Caregiver Center
The Burke Rehabilitation Hospital's newly opened Marsal Caregiver Center offers resources and support for primary caregivers.
Goodguys Car Show Returns to Dutchess County Fairgrounds
The Goodguys 26th East Coast Nationals Car Show will pack the Dutchess County Fairgrounds with over 1,500 hot rods, custom cars, classic cars, muscle cars and trucks on Friday, June 8 and Saturday, June 9.
WPDH Workforce Payroll Contest: Official Rules
By entering the Contest, you agree to be bound by these Official Rules and to comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
Battle of the Best 2018: Best Burger Winner
Boris and Robyn asked for your favorites among the mid-Hudson region restaurants and breweries -- and man, did you deliver.
MHCC President: Trump Campaign Paid for Rally, Center ‘Over-Delivered’ for Skating Program
The Mid-Hudson Civic Center (MHCC) has been a public institution for 43 years. And while expenses and competition for charitable donations have increased, MHCC President Danielle Anderson's says her focus is on ensuring its survival for another 40 years.