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Dutchess allocates first payment in opioid settlement

Dutchess County is using $1.95 million it has received as the first payment in the Opioid Manufacturers Settlement to cover costs of launching new...

Dutchess County sets up $12.3M housing fund

A $12.3 million Dutchess County Housing Trust Fund has been created to aid in bringing more affordable housing to the county. The fund was set...

New focus on Hudson Valley behavioral and mental health

The Westchester Medical Center Health Network, more commonly known as WMCHealth, which has its headquarters in Valhalla, is teaming up with Dutchess County in...

$25M youth center project underway in Poughkeepsie

While work plans for building a new $25 million youth center on the site of the former YMCA at 35 Montgomery St. in Poughkeepsie...

Dutchess housing needs through 2040 studied

Dutchess County has prepared a new Housing Needs Assessment that analyzes what has happened in recent years in the county and projects what will...

Dutchess pumped up over fuel tax break

Motorists who fill up in Dutchess County soon may be saving a few cents on the cost of each gallon under a plan proposed...

Opposition grows to VA plan for closing HV facilities

With the ink barely dry on a March 2020 report by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs containing recommendations for changes at VA facilities...

Dyson Foundation donates park land to Dutchess County

The Dyson Foundation donated the 2.75-acre Upper Landing Park, located along the Hudson River waterfront, to Dutchess County.

Dutchess County exec surprised by planned closing of state prison at...

The plan is to transfer prisoners to other state facilities; no staff layoffs are anticipated, and approximately $142 million will be saved as a result of the closures.

Plans for youth center at former Poughkeepsie YMCA move ahead

Dutchess County and the city of Poughkeepsie have solidified plans to convert the former YMCA at 35 Montgomery St. to a new, state-of-the-art “youth...