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Business/Growth
25 May 2017 08:29PM
Rosa Acheson

www.registerstar.com/news/article_d9983fd4-40f5-11e7-91da-ff7857110245.html

HUDSON — City police officers could soon see a wider range of available living options if a proposed local law passes at the next Hudson Common Council meeting.

The law, which was sent to the Common Council on May 8, would amend residence qualifications for Hudson…

25 May 2017 03:33PM
Literacy Connections

With the implementation of a new, online training platform, Literacy Connections has had an increase in new volunteers coming onboard to tutor adult literacy students. Despite the increased volunteer recruitment, we still have a long way to go to provide free literacy tutoring to all…

25 May 2017 10:07AM
Debby Mayer

www.columbiapaper.com/2017/05/germantown-board-arrival-diner/

“Diner” may be on its way to town—not the 1982 movie, based in a Baltimore eatery, but the same kind of vintage place to eat and hang out.

The Planning Board holds a public hearing Thursday, May 25, at 7 p.m. on an application from…

24 May 2017 10:07PM

Opening reception with Dee Clements: Saturday May 27, 2017 5pm
On View: May 27 – June 3, 2017

Kea Carpets and Kilims is excited to present ‘For Beginners’, a collection of handwoven rugs by Dee Clements of Studio Herron. This collection blends bold, graphic compositions with…

24 May 2017 05:46PM
imby

www.nytimes.com/2017/05/24/opinion/rusting-and-rising-america.html

Thomas Friedman’s New York Times piece zeroes in on the fundamental importance of community development to national—and global—prosperity.

In our own back yard, we have witnessed, over the past twenty-five years or so, the resurrection of Hudson, a once rather dilapidated backwater, into the thriving cultural…

23 May 2017 07:20PM

Saturday, May 27th
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

170 Rt. 217, Hudson, NY
(Our new retail location—just west of Roxbury Rd. and the Columbia County Golf Club in Claverack)

Certified Organic Plants
Vegetables
Heirloom Tomatoes
Peppers of all colors and temperatures
Salad and Cooking Greens
Flowers

Exotic and ever blooming annuals to make your…

22 May 2017 06:56PM
Barbara Reina

Video coming soon…

Photo 1: Left to Right, KML Director AnnaLee Giraldo and KML Board President Gary Spielmann

Photo 2: Left to Right, Plan for Expansion of the Library, Image of Jacqueline Carter, wife of Barry Herbold who passed away last year (and who the Children’s Library…

22 May 2017 06:56PM
Barbara Reina

Video coming soon…

Photo 1: Left to Right, KML Director AnnaLee Giraldo and KML Board President Gary Spielmann

Photo 2: Left to Right, Plan for Expansion of the Library, Image of Jacqueline Carter, wife of Barry Herbold who passed away last year (and who the Children’s Library…

22 May 2017 06:56PM
Barbara Reina

Video coming soon…

Photo 1: Left to Right, KML Director AnnaLee Giraldo and KML Board President Gary Spielmann

Photo 2: Left to Right, Plan for Expansion of the Library, Image of Jacqueline Carter, wife of Barry Herbold who passed away last year (and who the Children’s Library…

22 May 2017 06:56PM
Barbara Reina

Video coming soon…

Photo 1: Left to Right, KML Director AnnaLee Giraldo and KML Board President Gary Spielmann

Photo 2: Left to Right, Plan for Expansion of the Library, Image of Jacqueline Carter, wife of Barry Herbold who passed away last year (and who the Children’s Library…

22 May 2017 06:56PM
Barbara Reina

Video coming soon…

Photo 1: Left to Right, KML Director AnnaLee Giraldo and KML Board President Gary Spielmann

Photo 2: Left to Right, Plan for Expansion of the Library, Image of Jacqueline Carter, wife of Barry Herbold who passed away last year (and who the Children’s Library…

22 May 2017 06:56PM
Barbara Reina

Video coming soon…

Photo 1: Left to Right, KML Director AnnaLee Giraldo and KML Board President Gary Spielmann

Photo 2: Left to Right, Plan for Expansion of the Library, Image of Jacqueline Carter, wife of Barry Herbold who passed away last year (and who the Children’s Library…

19 May 2017 09:37PM
Rosa Acheson

www.registerstar.com/news/article_a0fd5718-3ce0-11e7-8204-0762d6ea0b43.html?mode=story

HUDSON — Two Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute graduates are about to open the city’s newest hotel.

The Wick, a 55-room boutique hotel located at 41 Cross St. near the Amtrak station, is scheduled to open this fall. Originally built in the 1860s as a soap and candle…

18 May 2017 04:12PM
Enid Futterman-2

www.timesunion.com/tuplus-business/article/Penn-Station-track-work-leads-to-a-grand-switch-11143260.php#photo-12896735

It’s only temporary, but I’ll take it.

“Grand Central Terminal, the destination of passenger trains from the Capital Region until 1991, will likely resume that role, at least temporarily, this summer.

“That’s when Amtrak plans to undertake a massive track and switch replacement project at Penn…

18 May 2017 03:27PM

Photo: Bob Fox (L), Martin Ping (Center) and Herbert Dreiseitl (R).

Hawthorne Valley Association is thrilled to welcome Herbert Dreiseitl to its Board of Trustees. Dreiseitl is a sculptor, artist, landscape architect, and interdisciplinary urban planner. World renowned for his groundbreaking contemporary designs in the fields…

18 May 2017 10:25AM
Erik Bell

oldklaverackbrewery.com

Old Klaverack Brewery is celebrating the official opening of their new tasting room. and all are welcome. Friday, May 19 at 4:30 pm. 150 Thielman Road, just off Roxbury Road, which is just off Route 217 in Claverack.

Old Klaverack, the first brewery in Claverack, is…

17 May 2017 07:26PM
Erik Bell

oldklaverackbrewery.com

Old Klaverack Brewery is celebrating the official opening of their new tasting room. and all are welcome. Friday, May 19 at 4:30 pm. 150 Thielman Road, just off Roxbury Road, which is just off Route 217 in Claverack.

Old Klaverack, the first brewery in Claverack,…

17 May 2017 06:22PM
Rodney Greenblat

Please join us for the opening of THE RODNEY SHOP on Saturday May 20th from 2:00 to 6:00pm. It’s a whole world of colorful products and artwork by internationally renowned artist and Catskill resident Rodney Alan Greenblat. Items for sale include many vintage Japanese cute…

17 May 2017 11:24AM

www.greenearts.org/join-us-may-24-for-a-very-special-event/

In conjunction with its current exhibition Off the Walls: From Junk to Art, Greene County Council on the Arts is hosting a special drive-in screening of critically acclaimed documentary MARWENCOL on May 24, plus musical performance by singer/songwriter Jen DuBois at Drive-In 32 in Greenville,…

17 May 2017 11:24AM

www.greenearts.org/join-us-may-24-for-a-very-special-event/

In conjunction with its current exhibition Off the Walls: From Junk to Art, Greene County Council on the Arts is hosting a special drive-in screening of critically acclaimed documentary MARWENCOL on May 24, plus musical performance by singer/songwriter Jen DuBois at Drive-In 32 in Greenville,…

14 May 2017 12:04AM
Rosa Acheson

www.registerstar.com/news/article_56541a22-378a-11e7-9a66-0b7be0e4ef9d.html

LIVINGSTON — Town board members will vote May 25 on a local law that would ban future mining activities by Red Wing Sand and Gravel and other companies in the town’s residential district.

The local law, which was introduced at Thursday’s board meeting, would change permissible…

13 May 2017 09:27PM
Amanda Purcell

www.registerstar.com/news/article_e42b7ca4-378b-11e7-b25c-27422afbf066.html

HUDSON — The best of the best of what Columbia County has to offer is up for a final vote until May 19.

Round Two has begun and voters can now choose from the top three finalists in each category in Best of Columbia County 2017…

13 May 2017 08:39PM
Kate Seckinger

www.registerstar.com/news/article_ba370204-3774-11e7-9824-a74cc504c79a.html

Five candidates are running for two, five-year seats on the Taconic Hills Board of Education on Tuesday while voters will decide on the $37.4 million school budget and two additional propositions.

Voters will decide to approve or reject a $37,453,541 proposed budget with a

13 May 2017 08:36PM
Kate Seckinger

www.registerstar.com/news/article_c46ce34a-3776-11e7-8cb1-83029306c05d.html

Voters in the Hudson City School District will decide the fate Tuesday of a proposed $46.5 million budget, one additional proposition and one open seat on the Board of Education.

Residents who come to the polls will approve or reject a $46,566,172 proposed budget with a…

13 May 2017 08:32PM
Kate Seckinger

www.registerstar.com/news/article_6af1c590-3778-11e7-8534-5353e7c69ac1.html

Voters in the Ichabod Crane Central School District will go to the polls Tuesday to decide the fate of the district’s proposed budget, four Board of Education seats and one additional proposition.

Voters will decide to approve or reject a $39,189,544 proposed budget with a

 

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