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17 March 2018 08:53PM
Local living
17 March 2018 10:13AM
Chris Post

Everyone is welcome to attend the Palm Sunday Service on March 25 and the Easter Sunday Service at 9:30 a.m. on April 1, 2018 at the Reformed Dutch Church Claverack. For the Easter Sunday Service the service begins with an Organ…

Local food/farms
16 March 2018 08:27PM
Mark Scherzer

Before there were sheep, before there were pigs, before there were turkeys, geese, guinea fowl, and ducks, and before there were beef cattle… at Turkana Farms… there were chickens.

But first, before chickens could happen a very derelict chicken coop with virtually no roof or windows…

Politics/Government | Local culture | Local living
16 March 2018 05:41PM
Dan Udell

A meeting was held on Thursday, March 15 at 4 pm to receive public comment on the proposed contract between Columbia County and the Galvan Motel to house the homeless.

Soft news | Local culture | Local living
16 March 2018 02:43PM
Columbia County Historical Society


COLUMBIA COUNTY, NY — The Columbia County Historical Society and Historic Hudson are hosting the second of their collaborative Winter 2018 programming: Dutch restoration architect, André Hoek will be at Stair Galleries in Hudson on Sunday, March 25 from 4-5pm, to deliver an illustrated lecture…

Soft news | Business/Growth | Local food/farms
16 March 2018 01:48PM
Betsy Miller

Hu (short for human) is an organic, stone ground chocolate created in Manhattan by chefs/chocolatiers who “couldn’t find anything with their specs that also tasted great.”

On Saturday, March 17th, come taste this PALEO/VEGAN chocolate at

VERDIGRIS TEA – Catskill 2pm – 4pm

16 March 2018 12:31PM

Columbia-Greene Workforce Mini Job Fair will be held on Wednesday, March 21st,

9am – 11am, at Columbia-Greene Community College, PAC Building, Room 612 .

Meet Businesses from the following Sectors: Human Services, Maintenance, Healthcare, Retail, and Banking.

Bring copies of your resume and dress for…

Local culture
16 March 2018 11:47AM


Thomas Cole, American Moralist

Why this 19th-century master of the Hudson River landscape, who used
his art to argue against industry’s assaults, is politically right for right now.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new show, “Thomas Cole’s Journey: Atlantic Crossings” is gorgeous, politically right for right now, and…

Soft news | Local culture | Local living
16 March 2018 11:08AM
Henry Diamond

Saturday, April 28 9:00PM

The Steel Wheels


Hailing from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, The Steel Wheels are familiar with the traditions of folk music and how a string band is supposed to sound. In fact, they’ve been drawing on…

Politics/Government | Business/Growth
16 March 2018 08:45AM
Enid Futterman

Carole Osterink, a/k/a Gossips of Rivertown, thinks the DRI (Downtown Revitalization Initiative) was the “last, best hope” to save one of Hudson’s oldest and most significant historic houses.

Cynthia Lambert, Victor Mendolia, Julie Metz, Peter Meyer, Vincent Mulford, Sam Pratt, and Colin Stair think the…

Politics/Government | Local living
16 March 2018 07:44AM
Amanda Purcell


HUDSON — The Hudson Housing Authority Board of Commissioners addressed ongoing housing improvements in the wake of a resolution proposed at the Common Council concerning housing conditions at Bliss Towers.

The improvements were discussed at the Hudson Housing Authority Board of Commissioner’s monthly meeting Wednesday at…

Hard news | Politics/Government
16 March 2018 06:47AM
Richard Moody


HUDSON — Columbia County officials called a plan to share a jail with Greene County a win-win situation even though a resolution to approve a feasibility study was withdrawn from the Columbia County Board of Supervisors’ meeting agenda due to inaction on the other side…

Hard news | Politics/Government | Body/Soul
16 March 2018 06:41AM
Richard Moody


WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep. John Faso, R-19, sent a letter to the House of Representatives Appropriations Committee on Wednesday asking members to prioritize funding for programs that support mental health services.

Several mental health programs have not received an increase in funding over recent years.…

Local culture | Local living | Body/Soul
15 March 2018 08:33PM

FB Event: www.facebook.com/events/204660617007402/

It’s all kilts and bagpipes until Music for the Masses shows up…

This Saturday, March 17th, starting @ 8pm • No cover / come one, come all!

HiLo / 365 Main Street / Catskill, NY 12414 • www.hilocatskill.com

Shamrock ‘n’ roll all night with DJ Neva!…

Soft news | Local culture | Body/Soul
15 March 2018 06:10PM
North Chatham Free Library

with David Cullen on Wednesday, March 21 from 10am to Noon at the North Chatham Free Library. (snow date 3/28)

David is a retired Social Worker & Addiction Counselor.
While we are all unique, we share common experiences. Ever wonder how personality works? The nine-pointed Enneagram…


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