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15 July 2018 10:20AM
Richard Moody

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/claverack-take-over-historic-shaw-bridge-490k-contract-be-awarded-airport-hangar

HUDSON — Columbia County may consider transferring ownership of a rare historic bridge in Claverack to the town so that it can be restored for pedestrian traffic.

The Columbia County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to consider a resolution at its full board meeting Wednesday allowing…

15 July 2018 10:10AM
Richard Moody

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/opioid-crisis-leads-new-strategy

HUDSON — Columbia County officials will consider creating a new position to help marry what the Twin Counties offer to help people with substance abuse disorders at the next county Board of Supervisors meeting Wednesday as the opioid epidemic persists.

Greene and Columbia are touting their…

13 July 2018 12:44PM
Micosta Enterprises, Inc.

The case of Arturo Duran Salgado, who was murdered 3 years ago on July 13, 2015 still remains open. Witnesses with information about the case have been afraid to come forth with information that could help in solving the crime because of their illegal immigration…

12 July 2018 06:01PM

One year after ten thousand residents across the Hudson Valley and New York State successfully fought against a federal proposal to add over 40 anchorage sites to the Hudson River — thereby preventing it from becoming a fossil fuel highway — a new set of…

12 July 2018 06:01PM

One year after ten thousand residents across the Hudson Valley and New York State successfully fought against a federal proposal to add over 40 anchorage sites to the Hudson River — thereby preventing it from becoming a fossil fuel highway — a new set of…

12 July 2018 06:01PM

One year after ten thousand residents across the Hudson Valley and New York State successfully fought against a federal proposal to add over 40 anchorage sites to the Hudson River — thereby preventing it from becoming a fossil fuel highway — a new set of…

12 July 2018 06:01PM

One year after ten thousand residents across the Hudson Valley and New York State successfully fought against a federal proposal to add over 40 anchorage sites to the Hudson River — thereby preventing it from becoming a fossil fuel highway — a new set of…

10 July 2018 10:56AM
Isa Coffey

WiseBodies hosting amazing summer camp for high school students! Sign up this week!

7 July 2018 09:56AM
Richard Moody

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/national-unemployment-4-percent-june-number-discouraged-workers-went-down

Local reaction is mixed about how the economy is doing as the latest national jobless rates show unemployment is up slightly over last month.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released hiring and unemployment statistics for the month of June on Friday that showed nationwide unemployment…

7 July 2018 09:56AM
Richard Moody

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/national-unemployment-4-percent-june-number-discouraged-workers-went-down

Local reaction is mixed about how the economy is doing as the latest national jobless rates show unemployment is up slightly over last month.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released hiring and unemployment statistics for the month of June on Friday that showed nationwide unemployment…

6 July 2018 09:04AM

www.news-journalonline.com/news/20180704/daytona-toddler-rescued-from-hotel-pool-by-visiting-first-responders

Jessica Campeta is a volunteer firefighter in Greenport and Matthew Colwell is a state trooper in the Livington barracks. They live in Hudson.

“July 04 — A Daytona Beach toddler was rescued by a pair of sharp-eyed first-responders from New York when, authorities said, they…

6 July 2018 09:04AM

www.news-journalonline.com/news/20180704/daytona-toddler-rescued-from-hotel-pool-by-visiting-first-responders

Jessica Campeta is a volunteer firefighter in Greenport and Matthew Colwell is a state trooper in the Livington barracks. They live in Hudson.

“July 04 — A Daytona Beach toddler was rescued by a pair of sharp-eyed first-responders from New York when, authorities said, they…

6 July 2018 09:04AM

www.news-journalonline.com/news/20180704/daytona-toddler-rescued-from-hotel-pool-by-visiting-first-responders

Jessica Campeta is a volunteer firefighter in Greenport and Matthew Colwell is a state trooper in the Livington barracks. They live in Hudson.

“July 04 — A Daytona Beach toddler was rescued by a pair of sharp-eyed first-responders from New York when, authorities said, they…

5 July 2018 09:06AM
Richard Moody

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/heat-wave-raises-ozone-level

The state Department of Environmental Conservation and Department of Health issued an air quality advisory for the upper Hudson Valley on Monday, warning the amount of ground-level ozone could be unhealthy for young, active people or people with lung diseases.

A high of 97 degrees was…

5 July 2018 09:06AM
Richard Moody

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/heat-wave-raises-ozone-level

The state Department of Environmental Conservation and Department of Health issued an air quality advisory for the upper Hudson Valley on Monday, warning the amount of ground-level ozone could be unhealthy for young, active people or people with lung diseases.

A high of 97 degrees was…

26 June 2018 08:09PM
Enid Futterman-2

www.dailyfreeman.com/general-news/20180626/antique-dealers-in-hudson-accused-of-marketing-elephant-ivory-other-banned-animal-products

HUDSON, N.Y. >> Nearly 100 illegal items seized from four antique dealers in this Columbia County city included elephant ivory, an item made from elephant hide, a sawtooth fish bill, a crocodile head and a large sea turtle’s shell, the state Department of Environmental Conservation…

21 June 2018 03:01PM

Hopefully by now, everyone knows we have a primary on June 26 ( polls open 12-9). And hopefully by now everyone who can vote realizes he must vote . We cannot sit idlely by, complaining we are powerless. We need to be determined to flip…

20 June 2018 11:41AM

Public libraries got a boost this week as Assemblymember Didi Barrett’s (D – Columbia, Dutchess) legislation to make libraries in economically disadvantaged communities eligible for up to ninety percent of the approved construction costs passed the Assembly unanimously (A.10836B). The bill paves the way for…

20 June 2018 11:41AM

Public libraries got a boost this week as Assemblymember Didi Barrett’s (D – Columbia, Dutchess) legislation to make libraries in economically disadvantaged communities eligible for up to ninety percent of the approved construction costs passed the Assembly unanimously (A.10836B). The bill paves the way for…

20 June 2018 11:41AM

Public libraries got a boost this week as Assemblymember Didi Barrett’s (D – Columbia, Dutchess) legislation to make libraries in economically disadvantaged communities eligible for up to ninety percent of the approved construction costs passed the Assembly unanimously (A.10836B). The bill paves the way for…

20 June 2018 11:41AM

Public libraries got a boost this week as Assemblymember Didi Barrett’s (D – Columbia, Dutchess) legislation to make libraries in economically disadvantaged communities eligible for up to ninety percent of the approved construction costs passed the Assembly unanimously (A.10836B). The bill paves the way for…

18 June 2018 03:28PM
Isa Coffey

WiseBodies provides free menstrual supplies to local youth organizations. Join us third Thursday evenings this summer, at WiseBodies in Chatham, to sew cloth menstrual pads to add to the menstrual supply kits. Teens deserve healthy options; let’s make them accessible! Tea and snacks, scissors and…

18 June 2018 12:38PM
Amanda Purcell

HUDSON – A 19-year-old man was killed in a shooting on Fairview Avenue on Sunday night.

The shooting happened in the vicinity of 20 Fairview Ave. at about 8:30 p.m. near the Stewart’s Shop at the intersection of Green Street, Hudson Police Chief L. Edward Moore…

17 June 2018 12:01AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/protesters-call-legislation-separation-families-us-mexico-border

HUDSON — Protesters gathered in Hudson on Thursday and in Kinderhook on Friday to speak out against the separation of families illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border to the United States.

Carrying handmade signs, more than 30 protesters gathered in 7th Street Park in the city and…

16 June 2018 11:53PM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/rare-tick-borne-illness-confirmed-columbia-county

HUDSON — The Columbia County Department of Health has confirmed a county resident has a case of Powassan virus — a rare, but potentially deadly, tick-borne illness.

The case is the first of its kind in Columbia County, according to the county health department.

The person who…

 

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