"Color My Future! A Career Exploration Coloring Book" project will be held at noon on Oct. 25 at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie.
Renowned surgeon to speak at ATHENA Awards reception on Nov. 30.
A Newburgh man and Montgomery woman face felony drug charges.
Eight members and associates of the Mount Vernon Goonies Street Gang charged in federal court with racketeering, narcotics, and firearms offenses.
Hundreds of cyclists enjoyed the scenic ride through Orange County for the annual country roads charity bike tour.
This year’s honoree was Bud Hammer, President of Atlantic Westchester, recognized for his continued support and dedication to the community.
The complimentary program provides alternative therapies to patients as they undergo surgery, radiation and chemotherapy.
A HEPA vacuum is named for its “high efficiency particulate arrestance” filter system.
Six Former Colt Athletes Highlighted; Standouts in Soccer, Hoops, Softball, Tennis and Cross Country
Orange County Cerebral Palsy Association, Inc., (Inspire) announced its newest Foundation Board member, Scott Miozzi, a Goshen High School and SUNY Orange graduate.
Four burgeoning companies have received funding so far from Hudson Valley-based angel investment fund
Proposed 2018 County budget adds to public safety, roads and bridges, beautification and more. Taxes estimated to rise by 2.3%, under state cap.
Maloney Secures $130,000 in Investments to Combat Allium Leafminer.
The City of White Plains Youth Bureau has announced it was awarded a 5-year grant by the New York State Department of Education 21st Century Learning Centers.
Bush calls on cadets to lead by example and restore confidence in America
Reel Expressions International Teen Film Festival features youth-produced films – narrative, animation, experimental and documentary – from the Hudson Valley and around the world.
The “aging athlete” is anyone who pursues athletic endeavors, whether competitively or not, as they age.
The Office for the Aging continually presents free training sessions on Medicare for residents who are approaching the age of 65 during the upcoming months.
Starting in April 2018, every Medicare beneficiary will be receiving a new Medicare card, replacing the current card, which includes Social Security numbers.