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.
President Trump Impeached: How New York’s Representatives Voted
President Donald J. Trump became the third president in the nation's history to be impeached following a vote by the U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday night.
Hudson Valley Could See 3-6 Inches of Snow With Latest Storm
The Hudson Valley is under a Winter Weather Advisory as the region braces for a wintry mix to hit starting Monday evening.
Two Charged After Rhinebeck Church Burglary
Rhinebeck police arrested two Dutchess County men on Tuesday, Dec. 10 in connection with burglaries at a church and a business in the village.
Driver in Poughkeepsie Car Rollover Found With Gunshot Wound
A driver in a car accident was found shot on Livingston Street Thursday afternoon and later died of his injuries.
Winter Storm: Up to 10 Inches of Snow in Dutchess, Orange, 21 Inches in Higher Ulster Elev…
The National Weather Service updated its predicted snowfall totals late Sunday afternoon.
Instagram Goes Down on Thanksgiving, Forcing Us to Socialize With Our Families
Stop pulling down for the refresh and help Mom mash the potatoes: Instagram is down ahead of Thanksgiving dinner.
Where to Get Photos With Santa in the Hudson Valley in 2019
Santa will be out and about in the Hudson Valley long before he comes down the chimney in the early hours of Dec. 25 to load up gifts under the Christmas tree.
5 Hudson Valley Winter Hiking Essentials
Winter hiking in the Hudson Valley can pose its own set of challenges. If you have any plans of venturing out into the woods this winter, here are some items you’ll want to make sure are in your daypack.
Woman’s Body Discovered Near Bear Mountain
Police are searching for George Grogan of Poughkeepsie, who they say told his son he had killed wife Audrey Grogan.
Hudson Highlands State Park Fire Damage Extends to 38 Acres
No buildings are at risk and no one has been asked to evacuate, according to to the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.