Health Commissioner Says New York’s Medical Marijuana Program Is Growing
While Dr. Zucker's Poughkeepsie presentation focused on eating healthier, the Hudson Valley Post couldn't refrain from asking about the medical marijuana program in NY.
Northern Dutchess Hospital Receives National Recognition
The Wound Care Center at Northern Dutchess Hospital has received, for the second year in a row, recognition as a "Center of Excellence," a national award given for superb wound-healing service.
Poughkeepsie Underwear Factory Renovation Revealed
Several major funding sources helped Hudson River Housing turn a factory, vacant since the 1980s, into a multiple use facility that includes an open kitchen, North River Roasters Coffee Shop, an artist studio, 15 apartments, and a kitchen prep space.
Long Vacant Eyesore in Marlboro Getting Torn Down
For over a decade, Dickey's Diner on the west side of 9W in Marlboro has been sitting vacant, providing nothing more than a place to pull over and hope for cell service between Newburgh and Highland.
21-Year-Old Saves Overdosing Man in Poughkeepsie
Dwayne Joyner had just received NARCAN training and certification the day before.
City of Poughkeepsie Looking for Reductions to Cover Stella’s $450K Tab
Mayor Rob Rolison has instructed the City's Commissioner of Finance to identify areas where reductions in spending can be made for the remainder of the year.
Daryl’s House Suing Pawling [UPDATE]
The Town of Pawling is being taken to court by Daryl's House, the music and food venue owned by Daryl Hall.
Wappingers Falls Gets New Trustees
On Tuesday, voters in the Village of Wappingers Falls chose Jason Enson to replace incumbent Jennifer Niznik as 2nd ward Trustee by a vote of 97-63.
Hotly Contested Hudson Valley Election Leads to High Voter Turnout
Five villages in Dutchess County had their elections yesterday for the positions of mayor, village trustee, and village justice. The village of Rhinebeck had a few hotly contested races that drew an unusually high number of voters to the polls.
Congressman Looks to Stop Hudson Valley Heroin Epidemic
The Keeping Communities Safe Through Treatment Act would award grants, funded through the Department of Justice Programs, to assist law enforcement agencies in providing pre-booking diversion programs.