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Politics/Government
23 May 2018 04:47AM
Dan Udell

A frank discussion about the relevance of HDC to the City of Hudson.

22 May 2018 11:12AM

The Trump-Pence administration is preparing to announce a domestic gag rule aimed at blocking access to Planned Parenthood and other sexual and reproductive health care providers.

We can’t let this happen.

Join Planned Parenthood for a rally at Rep. John Faso’s office in Kinderhook on Thursday,…

22 May 2018 11:12AM

The Trump-Pence administration is preparing to announce a domestic gag rule aimed at blocking access to Planned Parenthood and other sexual and reproductive health care providers.

We can’t let this happen.

Join Planned Parenthood for a rally at Rep. John Faso’s office in Kinderhook on Thursday,…

22 May 2018 11:12AM

The Trump-Pence administration is preparing to announce a domestic gag rule aimed at blocking access to Planned Parenthood and other sexual and reproductive health care providers.

We can’t let this happen.

Join Planned Parenthood for a rally at Rep. John Faso’s office in Kinderhook on Thursday,…

22 May 2018 11:12AM

The Trump-Pence administration is preparing to announce a domestic gag rule aimed at blocking access to Planned Parenthood and other sexual and reproductive health care providers.

We can’t let this happen.

Join Planned Parenthood for a rally at Rep. John Faso’s office in Kinderhook on Thursday,…

21 May 2018 05:05PM
Julie Metz

The trees have leafed out, spring flowers are blooming their little hearts out. Hotels and airbnbs are filling up. It’s wedding season in Hudson.

I did not watch the Harry/Meghan royal wedding last weekend. I take a dimmer view of monarchy than some, even the constitutional…

21 May 2018 01:18PM
Columbia County NY Democrats

www.facebook.com/columbianydems/

Heather Schultz, a social worker and therapist at the Warren Street Academy in Hudson, and a Germantown resident, got the most votes in the Germantown Central School District School Board election on May 15th.

Results:
Heather Schultz: 244
Donald Coons: 159
Andrew Sultano: 135

There were 310 votes cast in…

21 May 2018 01:18PM
Columbia County NY Democrats

www.facebook.com/columbianydems/

Heather Schultz, a social worker and therapist at the Warren Street Academy in Hudson, and a Germantown resident, got the most votes in the Germantown Central School District School Board election on May 15th.

Results:
Heather Schultz: 244
Donald Coons: 159
Andrew Sultano: 135

There were 310 votes cast in…

21 May 2018 01:18PM
Columbia County NY Democrats

www.facebook.com/columbianydems/

Heather Schultz, a social worker and therapist at the Warren Street Academy in Hudson, and a Germantown resident, got the most votes in the Germantown Central School District School Board election on May 15th.

Results:
Heather Schultz: 244
Donald Coons: 159
Andrew Sultano: 135

There were 310 votes cast in…

21 May 2018 12:00PM
Kortnee Simmons

Join us at John L. Edwards Primary School in Hudson, NY on May 21st for a Community Town Hall / Meet the Candidate with Jumaane Williams. Williams is currently running for Lieutenant Governor of New York.

Please call Quintin Cross at (518) 512-7893 to RSVP. If…

21 May 2018 12:00PM
Kortnee Simmons

Join us at John L. Edwards Primary School in Hudson, NY on May 21st for a Community Town Hall / Meet the Candidate with Jumaane Williams. Williams is currently running for Lieutenant Governor of New York.

Please call Quintin Cross at (518) 512-7893 to RSVP. If…

21 May 2018 12:00PM
Kortnee Simmons

Join us at John L. Edwards Primary School in Hudson, NY on May 21st for a Community Town Hall / Meet the Candidate with Jumaane Williams. Williams is currently running for Lieutenant Governor of New York.

Please call Quintin Cross at (518) 512-7893 to RSVP. If…

21 May 2018 12:00PM
Kortnee Simmons

Join us at John L. Edwards Primary School in Hudson, NY on May 21st for a Community Town Hall / Meet the Candidate with Jumaane Williams. Williams is currently running for Lieutenant Governor of New York.

Please call Quintin Cross at (518) 512-7893 to RSVP. If…

19 May 2018 04:32PM
Scott Myers

On April 20, 2018, Greene County’s Jail was closed by engineers. For years the State’s Commission of Corrections Chair Bielien demanded reform of the staff management. Next week Greene County Jail Superintendent Michael Spitz will likely be approved for a salary that’s more…

19 May 2018 04:32PM
Scott Myers

On April 20, 2018, Greene County’s Jail was closed by engineers. For years the State’s Commission of Corrections Chair Bielien demanded reform of the staff management. Next week Greene County Jail Superintendent Michael Spitz will likely be approved for a salary that’s more…

19 May 2018 04:32PM
Scott Myers

On April 20, 2018, Greene County’s Jail was closed by engineers. For years the State’s Commission of Corrections Chair Bielien demanded reform of the staff management. Next week Greene County Jail Superintendent Michael Spitz will likely be approved for a salary that’s more…

19 May 2018 04:32PM
Scott Myers

On April 20, 2018, Greene County’s Jail was closed by engineers. For years the State’s Commission of Corrections Chair Bielien demanded reform of the staff management. Next week Greene County Jail Superintendent Michael Spitz will likely be approved for a salary that’s more…

19 May 2018 04:23PM
Scott Myers

On April 20, 2018, Greene County’s Jail was closed by engineers. For years the State’s Commission of Corrections Chair Bielien demanded reform of the staff management. Next week Greene County Jail Superintendent Michael Spitz will likely be approved for a salary that’s more…

19 May 2018 04:23PM
Scott Myers

On April 20, 2018, Greene County’s Jail was closed by engineers. For years the State’s Commission of Corrections Chair Bielien demanded reform of the staff management. Next week Greene County Jail Superintendent Michael Spitz will likely be approved for a salary that’s more…

19 May 2018 04:23PM
Scott Myers

On April 20, 2018, Greene County’s Jail was closed by engineers. For years the State’s Commission of Corrections Chair Bielien demanded reform of the staff management. Next week Greene County Jail Superintendent Michael Spitz will likely be approved for a salary that’s more…

19 May 2018 09:38AM
Enid Futterman-2

www.rollingstone.com/politics/features/jeff-beals-new-york-midterms-w520302

Part one of an in-depth series on the “oddest House primary rice in America””

“Woodstock high school history teacher Jeff Beals decided to run for Congress late last year. He set up a time to talk to national Democrats about his run. The call was set…

19 May 2018 09:38AM
Enid Futterman-2

www.rollingstone.com/politics/features/jeff-beals-new-york-midterms-w520302

Part one of an in-depth series on the “oddest House primary rice in America””

“Woodstock high school history teacher Jeff Beals decided to run for Congress late last year. He set up a time to talk to national Democrats about his run. The call was set…

18 May 2018 12:51PM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/hdc-common-council-clash

HUDSON — A letter from the Hudson Development Corporation called out the Common Council over statements about disbanding the corporation next week.

The corporation plans to address the Common Council’s statements about exploring the possibility of disbanding the agency, according to a letter from John Gilstrap,…

18 May 2018 11:17AM
Richard Moody

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/state-lawmakers-take-steps-prevent-lyme-disease-summer-approaches

As summer approaches, state lawmakers started initiatives to inform people how to prevent contracting Lyme disease as they enjoy the nice weather.

State senators passed eight bills Wednesday to address the education, prevention and treatment of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a…

18 May 2018 11:17AM
Richard Moody

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/state-lawmakers-take-steps-prevent-lyme-disease-summer-approaches

As summer approaches, state lawmakers started initiatives to inform people how to prevent contracting Lyme disease as they enjoy the nice weather.

State senators passed eight bills Wednesday to address the education, prevention and treatment of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a…

 

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