DUTCHESS COUNTY, N.Y. -- More than 30 Poughkeepsie residents, including Mayor Rob Rolison, took part in what community organizers are hoping are infrequent marches in response to two shootings in the city within three days, including the shooting Wednesday of a Poughkeepsie High School student. Click here to read the story.
Two people were shot in the City of Poughkeepsie in separate incidents over three days, according to the City of Poughkeepsie Police Department. Click here to read the story.
Here are some of the other top stories of the week (click on the link to read the story):
- Matthew Landahl is at the top of the class in Beacon.
- New York State Police troopers in Dutchess County are seeking the public’s assistance as they continue their search for a man wanted for allegedly assaulting another man while attempting to steal from a store.
- Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (D-Cold Spring) is proposing legislation to turn vacant homes into homes for veterans.
- New York State Police troopers in Dutchess arrested a Wappingers Falls woman for allegedly stealing a credit card and making hundreds of dollars in purchases.
- Law enforcement agencies in the Hudson Valley ran through a series of scenarios recently as they conducted their annual active shooter and active violence response training.
- For the past 36 years, regulars to the Palace Diner in Poughkeepsie felt right at home greeting the same staff and seeing everyone from a local police officer, roofer or maybe even a politician.
- To all those cross-fit junkies out there who think they have what it takes to be an "American Ninja Warrior," think again.
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