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Yesterday | Poughkeepsie Journal
The Children's Home of Poughkeepsie will host a conference April 30 at Marist College titled 'Vulnerable Witnesses in Court: The Use of Courthouse Facility Dogs.'
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Tuesday | Poughkeepsie Journal
The National Grid's electrical transmission towers carry high-voltage lines that industry groups say should be upgraded and expanded to improve reliability and, for the downstate area, reduce costs.
Tuesday | WCAX-TV Burlington
Authorities say the person killed in a fire at a Domino's Pizza restaurant in the Hudson Valley last week was a 19-year-old man who was scheduled to start working at the franchise later that same day.
A federal jury has convicted two men for their roles in an extensive mortgage fraud scheme arising from the fraudulent purchases of more than 40 properties in New Haven, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman, District of New Jersey, announced today.
This June, Modern Baseball, Tiny Moving Parts, The Hotelier and Sorority Noise will kick off a killer quadruple-billed emo tour.
Easter Sunday is celebrated around the world of Christendom, and for most, it starts at the home church.
Journal employees recently donated dozens of bags of food and clothing to Dutchess Outreach, which assists families in need.
The Dutchess County Medical Examiner is looking for answers after a man's body was found on a village street.
Spring sprouts are beginning to appear in a community garden behind the Family Partnership Center in the City of Poughkeepsie.
If you attended the recent concert by South African musician Johnny Clegg at the Bardavon 1869 Opera House in Poughkeepsie, you were treated to world music in a venue that has hosted Mark Twain, Frank Sinatra and Bob Dylan.
The 2nd annual Hudson Valley History Reading Festival at the FDR Museum & Library in Hyde Park is this Saturday.
7-9 p.m. April 17. Amy Lipton, ecoartspace curator, and ecological artists Lillian Ball and Betsy Damon will explore the marriage of art, science and the environment in apanel discussion moderated by Hudson River environmentalist and Beacon Institute Fellow John Cronin.
Two City of Poughkeepsie men faces felony weapons charges following a traffic stop on Main Street on Wednesday, city police said.