SENATOR SUE SERINO AND DUTCHESS COUNTY CLERK BRAD KENDALL HIGHLIGHT REFUND FOR VETS

    SENATOR SUE SERINO AND DUTCHESS COUNTY CLERK BRAD KENDALL HIGHLIGHT REFUND FOR VETS HYDE PARK, NY—Senator Sue Serino (R, C, I—Hyde Park) and Dutchess County Clerk Bradford Kendall announced today that any veteran who paid a fee to receive a distinguishing mark on their driver’s license or ID after October 2012 will be…

County Welcomes Foster Families to Picnic at Bowdoin Park

  County Welcomes Foster Families to Picnic at Bowdoin Park   Poughkeepsie… Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro and the County Department of Community and Family Services (DCFS) recently welcomed more than 100 foster care families to a picnic at Bowdoin Park in the Town of Poughkeepsie.  County Executive Molinaro said, “Every boy and girl deserves…

School’s Open—Drive Carefully campaign begins September 2, 2015

  School’s Open—Drive Carefully campaign begins September 2, 2015  NEW YORK STATE POLICE  Major Patrick Regan  Troop F Commander PRESS RELEASE School’s Open—Drive Carefully campaign begins September 2, 2015 Major Regan urges everyone to support the AAA’s annual “School’s Open—Drive Carefully” campaign to help preserve the safety of children traveling to and from school. AAA’s yearly “School’s…

Dutchess County Department of Emergency Response Awarded Over $2 million for Emergency Communications Upgrades

  Dutchess County Department of Emergency Response Awarded Over $2 million for Emergency Communications Upgrades Poughkeepsie, NY… The Dutchess County Department of Emergency Response has been awarded $2,048,758 in grant funding from the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services for emergency communications upgrades. The funding comes as a result of the…

Dutchess County office for the Aging’s – AGING NEWS

  Dutchess County office for the Aging’s AGING NEWS Senior Housing Focus of Seminars (11/5) Transportation Input Sought Alzheimer’s Awareness Walk (9/19) Cancer Support Group Meeting (9/24)   The Fall 2015 Spotlight on Seniors in now available online: http://www.co.dutchess.ny.us/CountyGov/Departments/Aging/spotlight_on_seniors_fall_2015.pdf   The Spotlight includes information on: The Senior Prom (10/19) The Public Hearings (9/9 & 9/17)…

Pet of The Week: Hattie

  Where are the Shar Pei lovers out there?  Hattie is an adult female Shar Pei mix at the Putnam Humane Society.  The Vet estimates that she is between 4 and 5 years old.  She’s a pretty easy going girl who enjoys her walks and is just as happy to hang out and relax with…

Marist Welcomes the Class of 2019 Move-in Day kicks off the 2015-16 academic year

  Marist Welcomes the Class of 2019 Move-in Day kicks off the 2015-16 academic year Poughkeepsie (August 28, 2015) – Marist welcomed the Class of 2019 on Saturday, August 29, when approximately 1,200 freshmen students arrived on campus to formally join the College community.  The Class of 2019 is one of the most geographically diverse in…

County Hosts Agricultural Forum with Local Farmers at the 170th Dutchess County Fair

  County Hosts Agricultural Forum with Local Farmers at the 170th Dutchess County Fair Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro was joined yesterday by local farmers, elected officials, agricultural and land conservancy organizations and others as he hosted the inaugural Agriculture Forum at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. The forum was an opportunity to discuss issues and policies regarding…

Governor Announces $50 Million For Emergency Communications Upgrades in 17 Counties

  Funding Strengthens First Responder Communications, Complements “NY Responds” Statewide Emergency Management System Brings Total State Funding for Counties to Improve Emergency Communications to $275 Million Since 2011 Governor Cuomo announced that 17 counties will receive portions of $50 million in total funding to enhance their vital emergency communications systems. Each of the 17 counties…

Brandon Cropley of Dover and Andrew Gartelmann & Kyle Goodwill of Millbrook Graduate Binghamton University

  Binghamton University announces Spring Graduates BINGHAMTON, NY (August 26, 2015) – The following student(s) graduated from Binghamton University this past Spring. Ranked among the elite public universities in the country, Binghamton challenges students academically, not financially, in its unique, best-of-both-worlds environment. Our academic culture rivals a first-rate private university – rigorous, collaborative and boldly…

Obituary, Thomas Frederick Dance, Sr.

  Thomas Frederick Dance, Sr., 84, a long-time resident of Pawling passed away at his home in Pawling, NY on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. Tom was born in Brooklyn, NY to Edward and Veronica (Sticker) Dance on June 23, 1931.  He joined the US Army and proudly served in the Korean War in the 14th…

Deer Hunting Season Forecasts – NYS Deer Forecast – 2015

  Deer Hunting Season Forecasts NYS Deer Forecast – 2015 New York State offers a wonderful diversity of options for deer hunters, with vastly different habitat types, an array of public hunting lands, and deer hunting opportunities that span four months. For hunters seeking solitude and freedom to cover lots of ground, the Adirondack Mountains…