Every year, the Saugerties Chamber of Commerce picks a different theme for its artist-decorated street art project that stand in the village throughout the warmer months of the year. And every year, a few fall victim to violence.
A fire at a house in Marlboro led to the seizure of more than 300 pounds of marijuana and put cops on the trail of what they believe is a large-scale drug-trafficking organization operating in the Hudson Valley.
A Kingston man with a long rap sheet for drug crimes is facing felony charges after he allegedly fired several shots on a downtown street Tuesday morning.
Kingston police say they are investigating a possible sexual assault in Midtown. But city Police Chief Egidio Tinti said today that there is no truth to a racially charged rumor spread on social media that the incident involved the gang rape of a child.
File it under “one crime at a time:” New Paltz town police assisted State Police in capturing four of the suspects who took off after their vehicle was pulled over by State Police on the Thruway for speeding last week.
A former dentist at the center of a bizarre case involving a love triangle, phony CIA documents and allegations of murder is due to be released from state prison in September after serving 18 months of a potential seven-year sentence.
The City of Kingston Police Department is investigating a burglary of a residence on Mary’s Avenue in Kingston on May 19 at approximately 5:25 p.m.
The man admitted he was drunk at the time of the crash that claimed the life of a 41-year-old father of six. It was the second life he was convicted of taking while behind the wheel; the first came in 2000.
A Saugerties man was arrested yesterday after a pursuit assisted by a police K-9 unit. Police say he’s the man who threatened Diaz Ambulance numerous times by phone.
A Brooklyn man was convicted Friday on charges relating to the improper use of a veteran’s benefits who lived on his Kerhonkson property.