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Dutchess County nursing home testing underway

POUGHKEEPSIE – Following last week’s announcement that Dutchess County would seek COVID-19 testing for every nursing home resident in the county, the Department of Behavioral & Community Health has secured 3,600 tests, enough to test every resident in the 13 nursing home facility in the county. The first round of testing began last week at Wingate at Beacon… Keep Reading


Even though this is a pretty horrible time for our country, there are some good things coming out of this pandemic. We’re learning how much we care about each other, realizing our own strength and we’re seeing the charitable side of so many people and organizations. Here’s another chance for you to help the community.… Keep Reading

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Need Help Finding Mental Health Care in Dutchess County?

If you answered yes, we done some research and found a great place to start. If we have learned anything during the outbreak of COVID-19 and the shut down of just about everything, we have learned that if you are struggling with any issues most of the Hudson Valley has places that we can turn… Keep Reading

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4 Hudson Valley Breweries Win Awards at NYS Craft Beer Competition

A bunch of breweries in the Hudson Valley have won awards at the 2020 New York State Craft Beer Competition. The annual New York State Brewers Association Craft Beer Competition results for 2020 have been announced. There were 467 breweries competing and 989 beers entered. Of the 989 entered, 446 were judged. In the state, the highest… Keep Reading

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Dutchess County Libraries Awarded $72K to Bridge Digital Divide

Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro announced today that $72,015 in funding has been awarded to 11 libraries through special allocation to the County’s Agency Partner Grant (APG) program. The funding awarded is specifically to bridge the digital divide and addressing technology barriers to literacy, early reading, literacy for those seeking jobs, and English as a Second Language.… Keep Reading

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We’ve learned over the last few months, that birthday celebrations are a little different. Since we can’t gather within big groups, we’ve seen a new trend of drive-by birthdays. Usually, during a drive-by birthday, the birthday boy or girl gets a little parade lined with their friends and family beeping their car horns with birthday… Keep Reading

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We Should All Have a Quarantree Right Now

One Hudson Valley business has put up a tree of hope in the middle of all this chaos. We’re all getting through quarantine in our own way. Some are taking up a new hobby, others are binge watching new shows and a few Hudson Valley residents have even put up their holiday decorations. Continue Reading… Keep Reading

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COVID-19: Dutchess Eyes Mid-May Reopening

County Executive Marcus Molinaro said during an online Town Hall with Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz, on Wednesday, May 6, the process “could” begin the week of Monday, May 18. Friday, May 15 is the current last day of “NY Pause,” said Spokeswoman Colleen Pillus. The earliest date reopening could possibly occur is Saturday, May 16.… Keep Reading

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