Another City of Poughkeepsie Firefighter Retires
Andy Stone, a 20-year member of Group 4, retired on the same day he was hired 20 years earlier: Feb. 24.
Humble Hudson Valley Hero Retires
City of Poughkeepsie Firefighter Mike Marinucci responded to the last call of a 43-year career on Thursday.
Mayor: Occupancy Up, Crime Down in City of Poughkeepsie
Poughkeepsie Mayor Rob Rolison gave his second annual State of the City address at the Cuneen-Hackett Arts Center on Wednesday.
Town of Fishkill Receives Safety Award
The New York Municipal Insurance Reciprocal's (NYMIR) Risk Management Award for 2017 has been presented to the Town of Fishkill.
Thousands Gather to Start Special Olympics Winter Games
Hundreds of athletes and their families from across New York converged on the Mid-Hudson Civic Center on Friday, Feb. 17 to light the torch signaling the beginning of the Special Olympics Winter Games being held at several locations in the Hudson Valley.
George Takei Marks 75th Anniversary of Japanese-American Internment Order at FDR Museum
Actor George Takei, best known for his role in Star Trek, was sent to an internment camp along with his family when he was 5 years old because President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066
Molinaro Comes Out Swinging Against Albany
Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro presented his 2017 State of the County address Wednesday in a 38-minute speech that included more than a few jabs at state government and Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Arlington Fire District Dissolves Assistant Chief Position
The Arlington Fire Commissioners voted 4-1 Monday night to eliminate the position of second assistant chief for the district.
Hundreds of Hudson Valley Residents Protest Executive Orders
Community and religious leaders were joined by hundreds of people to express their displeasure with President Trump's executive order banning refugees from entering the country.
Two Hudson Valley Bridges Have Jumpers
Two people jumped from two different local bridges, just hours apart.