Jack Howland, Poughkeepsie Journal

Jack Howland

Poughkeepsie Journal

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Past articles by Jack:

Beacon schools to offer New York Concord grape juice as part of farm-to-table initiate

Beacon is one of 10 school districts across the state adding state grown and certified Concord grape juice to its menu → Read More

Family Services launches free legal service for crime victims in City of Poughkeepsie

Family Services is coordinating with Legal Services of the Hudson Valley to provide access to “holistic legal services," according to Family Services. → Read More

Dutchess County reports strong fiscal year in 2018, with $200K budget surplus

Sales tax revenue increased by $15.4 million compared to 2017, bolstered by 18 consecutive months of job growth, according to Executive Marc Molinaro. → Read More

Trump: After Mueller report, Americans split on next steps, according to Marist Poll

Once again, the poll showed opinions regarding Trump to be polarized along party lines. → Read More

Dutchess County to host 3 free disaster preparedness training sessions

There are two sessions planned for May and one set for the end of June. → Read More

Route 9 lane partially blocked in Fishkill following accident with injuries: 511-NY

An accident with injuries on Route 9 in Fishkill has led to a lane being partially blocked, according to 511-NY.org. → Read More

Crime Stoppers offering up to $2,500 for info on Mobil attempted robbery

The nonprofit agency is looking for information directly leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual responsible for the attempted robbery. → Read More

Arlington district employee honored as Dutchess County School Bus Driver of the Year

Janice Tito has been named the 18th annual Dutchess County School Bus Driver of the Year, according to the county. → Read More

First Friday Poughkeepsie to kick off season with Main Street Cinco de Mayo celebration

For Cinco de Mayo, First Friday Poughkeepsie is shutting down Main Street between Academy and Hamilton streets for a celebration of Mexican culture. → Read More

Hudson Valley projects focused on pedestrians, bicyclists, traffic receive $7.8 million

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday announced $24.2 million for projects across the state focusing on pedestrian and bike paths as well as air quality. → Read More

Hillside Lake mother, daughter receive home renovations from Rebuilding Together

Lee Baker's Hillside Lake home is a significant part of her family's history, where they have gathered for countless barbecues and parties. → Read More

Dutchess launches new comprehensive parks, trails website

A new website lets users explore details of almost 200 parks throughout the county and 400 miles of trails. → Read More

Town of Poughkeepsie promotes first female lieutenant in department history

Shannon Rodriguez, who was hired by town police in 1999, will become the first female lieutenant effective Monday → Read More

Middletown man arrested in Poughkeepsie, accused of selling more than 138 grams of heroin

Daquan Charles, 27, was arrested in Poughkeepsie after state police said he sold more than 138 grams of heroin. → Read More

'We are people:' Amid fear, political rhetoric, Hopewell man from Guatemala cherishes new citizenship

Though he began his time in the United States as an illegal immigrant, Julio DeLeon quickly became a legal and contributing member of the community → Read More

Hudson Valley KidVenture this weekend has new home, adds exhibits

KidVenture will be held Saturday and Sunday at Dutchess Community College → Read More

Walkway Over the Hudson: Has park improved quality of life locally?

A study, conducted by the Newburgh-based nonprofit Pattern for Progress with the assistance of Marist College, included four separate surveys. → Read More

'You move forward:' Thomas Gleason excavation company recoups after devastating blaze

Co-owner Thomas Gleason III said employees will begin taking inventory of lost items next week. → Read More

Pennsylvania man arrested in Town of Poughkeepsie in connection with domestic dispute

Jan-Michael W. Mohan was arrested on Monday by Town of Poughkeepsie police following an investigation into a domestic dispute on Innis Avenue. → Read More

IBM revenue down through first quarter; earnings exceed expectations

IBM’s revenue decreased in the first quarter of 2019, even while cloud revenue increased, according to the company. → Read More