Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player


Put our headlines
on your website!

News Update!
Remains of Poughkeepsie marine killed during WWII battle come home

James Johnson's remains were discovered in a burial site on Betio Island and identified through DNA evidence


Remains of Marine Pfc. James Johnson of Poughkeepsie,
killed on November 20, 1943 during a battle to take the island
of Betio from the Japanese, will be buried in Arlington
National Cemetery tomorrow (May 31)


NEVER a charge to log on and read!

Subscribe to our news alerts

Find more about Weather in Newburgh, NY
Click for weather forecast
Get all the Hudson Valley
forecasts at

Listen to Hank Gross with the news -- Often imitated, never duplicated!

That's YOUR opinion! Send it to us as a Letter to the Editor (please read the guidelines)

Click on headline to view the full story


Woman found dead behind Poughkeepsie building

Memorial Day 2016 in the Valley

Newburgh man drowns while trying out as lifeguard

Over 600 graduate from Vassar College

Renewed local efforts to boost economy around Stewart

Poughkeepsie police investigate suspicious fires in vacant houses

Lopez critical of lack of ethics reform

Partnership announced between Ulster Office for Aging and United Way

First quarter Ulster sales tax revenue up

No gas grills or radios at the Blue Hole this summer

Memorial Day weekend air travel expected to be up

USMA Historian wins Award for Valor

Hudson Valley SPCA rescues 19 cats from home with no electricity or water

Town of Olive man arrested for burglary

Ellenville police investigate fake IRS claim

Car larcenies investigated in Monroe

Dutchess high school student charged with making terroristic threat

Fire damages Huguenot home

Archive: stories from the past week

Monday   Tuesday   Wednesday   Thursday   Friday   Weekend


Listen to our new Radio Commercial


Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player


Viewing tips
For best viewing on a PC, we recommend Chrome, or MS Internet Explorer 7.x or later.
Mac users will have best results with Safari or Chrome.
(Some features may not be fully available on older browsers. This site uses Java scripts and Flash™.)
We recommend at least a 1920x1080 screen resolution.

If you need larger text ...
Firefox and IE7 users can simply use {Ctrl and +} repeatedly until you have the desired text size.
Text control can also be accessed on most recent browsers via "View" on the top browser menu.
IE7 users will find a text control at the bottom right corner of the browser window.



Search the web
Google   Altavista   Lycos   HotBot   Webcrawler   Ask Jeeves   Looksmart   Yahoo   Excite Extras
Suggest a site   Advertising opportunities   Legal Stuff   Contact Us

Copyright 2001-2016 Mid-Hudson News Network. All rights reserved.
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.