CREEPY TREE FACES ARRIVE IN DUTCHESS COUNTY

Am I the only one who thinks these things are creepy? I can’t be alone. What are these creepy faces and what the heck do they mean? Just when we thought we had seen the last of the last of these things they’ve started popping up again. Now they’ve made it across the bridge and… Keep Reading

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The Most Congested Stretch of Route 9 Is Getting Even Worse

Dealing with traffic is something everyone in the Hudson Valley, has to deal with. But one stretch of Route 9 seems to be getting out of control. If you’ve traveled south on Route 9 recently, there’s a good chance that you’ve sat in traffic in Wappingers Falls. For some reason, the three lights that intersect Route… Keep Reading

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Dutchess Tourism Awards focus on services, accessibility

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — Dutchess Tourism, Inc. is seeking nominations from Dutchess County residents and businesses for its seventh annual Dutchess Tourism Awards of Distinction. Awards will be presented to those providing exceptional offerings to Dutchess County visitors and travelers in the following categories: Arts, Culinary, Family Entertainment, History, Outdoors, and Hospitality Service. There will also… Keep Reading

Girl Scout Cookie and Wine Pairing in Fishkill

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we’re talking about Girl Scout Cookie season! Local Hudson Valley Girl Scouts are out and about hustling and getting us to hand over our hard-earned money in exchange for the holy grail of cookies. Samoas. Thin Mints. Tagalongs. Do-si-dos. Continue Reading on hudsonvalleycountry.com Keep Reading

Winter golf tourney in Poughkeepsie raises thousands for charities

POUGHKEEPSIE – The twenty-third annual “Tony Cappillino Golf Tournament” was played throughout the river district in Poughkeepsie on Sunday afternoon to raise money for those in need.  Approximately 160 golfers participated in the pub crawl golf tourney. According to Mike Reed, proprietor of Noah’s Ark, the bar crawl tournament originated to raise money to offset… Keep Reading

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BSA: Mid-Hudson Scouting activities to continue

Local Boy Scout troops and Cub Scout packs won’t be shut down in light of the Boy Scouts of America’s filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to the national organization. Requests for comment from each of the four districts that make up the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Hudson Valley Council were directed to the… Keep Reading

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