Jackie Corley is the regional digital managing editor for Townsquare Media's Hudson Valley and Danbury clusters. She oversees the digital strategy and social media presence for those markets.
MHCC President: Trump Campaign Paid for Rally, Center ‘Over-Delivered’ for Skating Program
The Mid-Hudson Civic Center (MHCC) has been a public institution for 43 years. And while expenses and competition for charitable donations have increased, MHCC President Danielle Anderson's says her focus is on ensuring its survival for another 40 years.
Accident Closes Section of Taconic State Parkway
The Hudson Valley woke up Thursday to a blanket of snow and ice, leading to businesses and schools to delay opening or close and to several accidents during the morning commute.
Teen on Life Support After Fatal Route 44 Crash
Alyssa Rose Barger remained on life support in the intensive care unit on Thanksgiving following the Route 44 crash that claimed her boyfriend's life.
GoFundMe Started for Family of Poughkeepsie Teen Killed in Route 44 Crash
A GoFundMe page has been established for the family of Nolan Evanicki, a Poughkeepsie teen killed on Route 44 on Saturday.
Poughkeepsie Teen Killed on Route 44
An 18-year-old from Poughkeepsie was killed Saturday on Route 44 in Pleasant Valley.
Hilarie Burton Shared ‘TRL’ Memories a Week Before Ben Affleck Groping Video Resurfaced
Hilarie Burton spoke to 94.3/97.3 The Wolf in early October 2017 about her time on TRL, recalling an atmosphere in which staffers were encouraged to share their ideas for the show.
Hudson Valley Violent Crime Statistics for 2016 Released
The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently released its 2016 crime reporting data for the country.
Crash Involving Truck Closes Eastbound Arterial in Arlington
A two-vehicle crash left a busy intersection in Poughkeepsie closed for several hours and a 27-year-old woman hospitalized Tuesday afternoon.
28 Bags of Crack Seized in Middletown Drug Bust
Neighborhood complaints resulted in a Linden Avenue drug bust on Friday, City of Middletown police said in a press release.
Hyde Park Woman Burglarized a Home for a Leaf Blower, Police Say
Nobody likes a pile of leaves in the yard, but running off with somebody else garden tools isn't the way to go about solving the problem.