Saugerties Police revived a 25-year-old man who overdosed this morning using Narcan, which halts the effects of an opiate overdose.
The driver of a flatbed truck failed to negotiate a curve on Rt. 212 late this morning, crashing into some nearby woods. No other vehicles were involved, but the driver is being treated for injuries.
Egypt K. Holmes, who lives on Cornell St., was last seen yesterday afternoon at around 1 p.m. after a dispute with family members. According to police, Holmes has friends in/ties to Schenectady and Poughkeepsie and may be in one of those cities.
The event, which featured food and craft vendors, games, beer and live music, was scheduled for three more weekends this year.
The crash occurred when a car crossed State Route 145 directly into the path of a motorcyclist.
A person was killed in a house fire early Tuesday morning in the town of Esopus, local firefighters said.
The kayaker had capsized just above the Cantine Dam in the village of Saugerties.
A huge barrier spanning New York Bay is among the proposals by the Army Corps of Engineers to protect the metropolitan area against storm surge. According to the environmental group Riverkeeper, it would pose dangers for wildlife throughout the Hudson River. An informational meeting will be held in Poughkeepsie Wednesday, July 11.
A New Paltz woman who was driving on Rt. 299 yesterday evening died after her vehicle was struck head-on by a vehicle from the opposite direction that was fleeing police pursuit.
Yesterday afternoon the New York State Police assisted a Bard College student during a crisis situation in the village of Tivoli.