John W. Barry, Poughkeepsie Journal

John W. Barry

Poughkeepsie Journal

Poughkeepsie, NY, United States

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Past articles by John:

Tourists returned to Dutchess in fall, but industry is bracing for winter

Typically a down time for tourism, the winter could be worse this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Ian Flanigan on NBC's 'The Voice' tonight as fans will vote on who advances

The public will be voting on whether Saugerties musician Ian Flanigan advances on NBC's "The Voice." → Read More

NBC's 'The Voice' to feature Ian Flanigan tonight; Usher calls him a 'top gun'

Saugerties musician Ian Flanigan hopes his run of luck continues on NBC's "The Voice." → Read More

'A Quiet Place' in Dutchess again? Site scouting underway for spinoff

Could a spinoff film from the "Quiet Place" series be filmed in Dutchess County, where the original was shot? → Read More

NBC: On 'The Voice,' Blake Shelton selects Ian Flanigan of Saugerties to advance

Ian Flanigan of Saugerties advanced again on NBC's "The Voice" Monday night. → Read More

COVID: Poughkeepsie DPW workers test positive as Dutchess' cases, hospitalizations climb

DPW facilities on Howard Street have undergone a "deep cleaning" and the transfer has been closed. → Read More

Radio Woodstock: New location for WDST channels faith for uncertain times

Radio Woodstock is moving from the Bearsville Theater complex to an old church in nearby West Hurley. → Read More

COVID: Marist addressing another outbreak; closes dining hall, creates testing facility

The coronavirus this past week has been tightening its grip on Marist College in the Town of Poughkeepsie. → Read More

Antonio Delgado declares victory, citing absentee ballots from Democrats

Rep. Antonio Delgado, R-Rhinebeck, has declared victory in the race to represent the 19th Congressional District. → Read More

Kyle Van De Water gaining on Antonio Delgado in 19th Congressional District race

Rep. Antonio Delgado, D-Rhinebeck, is being challenged by Republican Millbrook lawyer Kyle Van De Water. → Read More

Dutchess' Election Day saw big turnout early, few incidents

Election Day was largely quiet in Dutchess County in general following months of concerns. → Read More

City of Poughkeepsie film production latest attempt to stem violence

A City of Poughkeepsie native is hoping his skills as a filmmaker help officials curb gun violence. → Read More

Rhinebeck's Upstate Films to reopen for private screenings

The new Upstate Films offering launches on Nov. 6. → Read More

Voters approve Poughkeepsie's $98M school project

Voters in the Poughkeepsie City School District have approved a nearly $100 million overhaul. → Read More

Blake Shelton picks Ian Flanigan on 'The Voice;' what comes next

Saugerties musician Ian Flanigan was greeted with a warm response from Blake Shelton on NBC's "The Voice.' → Read More

NBC's 'The Voice' to feature Saugerties musician Ian Flanigan tonight

Flanigan's audition is set to be broadcast as part of the show's season premiere. → Read More

Wind gusts of 50 mph expected: National Weather Service

Strong winds are expected Wednesday afternoon into early Thursday morning. → Read More

Anthrax hoax: Hyde Park man pleads guilty to sending letters, faces prison

Jason Pantone of Hyde Park faces up to five years in prison when he is sentenced in February. → Read More

Women's suffrage in New York is focus of new book from SUNY New Paltz faculty

A new book on women's suffrage in New York has been published as divides surrounding voting have become sharper. → Read More

Emmys: 'I Know This Much Is True,' Mark Ruffalo honored for acting

The HBO series filmed in the Hudson Valley has earned television's highest honor. → Read More