Sociable and mischievous, and possibly intelligent, they’re quite a bit different from the stoic turkey vulture, whose great sense of smell they sometimes exploit to lead them to food.
Black vultures are the most populous vulture in the Western Hemisphere, but they’re relatively new to New York State. Here are some things to keep in mind next time you see a dark shape circling above.
With 2017 set to be a huge year for Lyme, and June and July the worst months for infections, it’s important to know what we’re up against.
Stats provided by the Ulster Regional Gang Enforcement Narcotics Team show 134 total overdoses last year: 26 fatal and 108 non-fatal.
One of the largest winter storms in recent years is expected to hit the Hudson Valley Tuesday, with 12-24 inches of snow accumulation and wind gusts of up to 35 mph.
In the wake of Donald Trump’s surprising elevation to the presidency and the tumultuous weeks since the inauguration, local readers are turning to books to make sense of it all.
As with other recent Hudson Valley demonstrations, the crowd was in good spirits. It seems the very act of coming together temporarily alleviates the kind of anger and anxiety that thrives in isolation and on social media.
Hannah Arendt’s “The Origins of Totalitarianism” examines how movements find support in masses of lonely, economically disrupted people, cynical of existing institutions and yearning for identity.
Beginning this month, 80 refugees were scheduled to be resettled in the Mid-Hudson Valley. Only one family got in under the wire.
Around 150 attended a rally in Kingston today. The mood was festive, but protesters expressed fears that the repeal of the Affordable Care Act without simultaneously providing a comprehensive replacement would have catastrophic consequences.