Emily Stewart, Poughkeepsie Journal

Emily Stewart

Poughkeepsie Journal

Lexington, MA, United States

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Past articles by Emily:

'Baking Bible' elevates the basics; book signing Sat.

Are you a cook who thinks "good" is "good enough," when it comes to baking? Get over it! → Read More

Taste of the Hudson Valley set for Nov. 2

The Hudson Valley's best restaurants will serve samples of dishes paired with wines. → Read More

Cuomo: 'I want to sign the Lyme bill'

Gov. Andrew Cuomo expects to sign a Lyme disease bill later this year. → Read More

Volunteers do their part to make a difference

Brambles cleared. Homes repaired, neighborhoods cleaned. Lap robes and wheelchair bags sewn for veterans. Trails cleared of litter. Check. Done. → Read More

Man arrested for $68,422 in unpaid child support

SAUGERTIES, Ulster County– An Ulster County man is in jail to serve a six-month sentence for failing to pay $68,422.55 in child support, authorities → Read More

Ribbon-cutting held at veteran's refurbished home

The house of Pvt. Dan Flanigan is more more home-like now, thanks to volunteers. → Read More

Chance of showers today; low of 29 Sunday night

There's a chance of showers today and the high temperature should reach about 67 degrees. But don't get too used to warm temperatures. The low is expected to dip below the freezing mark Sunday night, forecasters said. → Read More

Make a Difference Day to draw droves of volunteers

Many volunteer projects taking place in the mid-Hudson Valley and around the country Oct. 25. → Read More

Plant-based recipes: New Paltz cookbook author dishes out

Plant-based recipes: New Paltz cookbook author dishes out vegan gems → Read More

Cider-tasting bring fall fun to old mill

Apple cider poured, folk music played and colored leaves tumbled to the ground at the Kimlin Cider Mill, where a group raised funds to preserve the historic structure. The Cider Mill Friends of Open Space and Historic Preservation hosted the second annual Old-Fashioned Cider Tasting, drawing over 200 people Saturday to tour the former mill, try local ciders and mingle under a large tent by the… → Read More

VIDEO: Witness: Robbery suspects ordered customers to the floor

One of the men who allegedly robbed a Hyde Park credit union wore a curly, ratty, black Halloween-style wig, large sunglasses and a big khaki coat, a witness testified in court. → Read More

Restaurant Week kickoff whets palates for deals on meals

Many of the meals highlight locally sourced ingredients such as produce, meat and cheese. → Read More

Police: Man swerved on Rt. 9, charged with DWI

A Poughkeepsie man faces a slew of charges after he allegedly swerved on Route 9 while intoxicated and gave police a fake name when he was pulled → Read More

Gibson, Eldridge differ on energy, immigration, foreign policy

Differences in opinions characterized a discussion between local candidates for congress. → Read More

James Baird golf course grass is greener

A $3.2 million irrigation repair job greened up the public golf course at James Baird State Park. → Read More

3D printing company joins SUNY New Paltz engineering hub

NEW PALTZ – A 3D printing company will be joining a local college's engineering hub, officials announced Wednesday. → Read More

WATCH VIDEO: Barrett, Kelsey discuss SAFE Act, Common Core, fracking

Barrett, Kelsey talk Common Core, Fracking, SAFE Act at editorial board meeting. → Read More

Officer's funeral today may create traffic delays

The funeral for a fallen police officer today may result in heavy traffic or delays, authorities said. → Read More

Back to basics: Victory Garden returns to FDR home

Alice Waters is leading the charge to re-create the Roosevelt family Victory Garden at the historic site. → Read More

Heavy traffic expected today, Thursday for services of NYPD officer, Arlington grad

eLAGRANGE —Drivers in Hopewell Junction and LaGrange may experience heavy traffic delays today, Wednesday, and Thursday during services for a New → Read More