Wednesday May 1
The Journal News
2 Boy Scouts from Troop 440 in Patterson awarded Eagle rank
He pioneered Troop 440's annual Super Bowl Saturday food drive that stocks two local food pantries.
Fire believed to be 'intentionally set' at Green Haven Correctional
The cell fire is believed to have been intentionally started, stated Mike Mazzella, vice president of the Mid-Hudson Region New York State Correctional Officers & Police Benevolent Association.
Hike of the Week: Appalachian Trail relocation a big success
Hike name: The anatomy of a modern-day Appalachian Trail relocation. Location: Stormville area, Dutchess County Length: 336 feet of new Trail, replacing 503 feet of existing Trail Rating: A Job Well Done, by all concerned.
Shenandoah, Todd Hill service stations on Taconic to get state-funded upgrades
State Department of Transportation officials say there are no immediate plans to reopen two Dutchess County service station buildings on the Taconic State Parkway once construction is complete this summer.
Mary Jo Garlo and Peter Francese, Hyde Park business owners, tried to ...
New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman speaks with the media during a roundtable discussion at his White Plains office.