Monday May 13
Bradley Mostowy Graduates from Hampden-Sydney College
Bradley Benjamin Mostowy was among the 191 men who graduated on Sunday, May 12, at commencement exercises marking the end of the 238th academic year at Hampden-Sydney College.
Dateline: Colonial estate used as campground, summer resort restored to original glory
In 1740, 20-year-old Jeremiah Sabin, a blacksmith from Pomfret, Conn., moved to this community and purchased 2,000 acres.
Are school cafeterias safe?
Dutchess County's public school kitchens were cited 29 times for health-code violations so far this school year -- a small number given that about 27,000 meals are served to students each day, an exclusive Poughkeepsie Journal computer-assisted analysis found.
Good Life: Your positive achievements for April 24
This year, Troop 65 and Venturing Crew 65 held a food drive at the ShopRite in Fishkill on March 30.
Woodstock singer Havens, 72, dies of heart attack
Folk singer Richie Havens will be remembered in the Hudson Valley for his warm personality and fiery approach to music.
Cops: Southeast Man Sold Alcohol to Teen
A 48-year-old Southeast man was one of three people arrested and charged with selling alcoholic beverages to a 19-year-old in Dutchess County last week, officials say.
Severe thunderstorm warning issued for Dutchess County
National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated a line of severe thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds in excess of 60 mph.
Exhibit Shows Beauty of Local Great Swamp
Patterson resident Dave Henningsen has spent hours and hours exploring the Great Swamp , and local folks will have the chance to experience what he saw-and heard-during an exhibit this weekend.
Singer-songwriter Milton at Towne Crier
Forsaking the overly digitized sounds of most modern pop music, singer-songwriter Milton, who like Madonna goes by only one name, performs new original music that actually sounds like it was created by humans and instruments instead of laptops.