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23 March 2019 11:47AM
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Local food/farms
22 March 2019 05:45PM
Mark Scherzer

When in the first week of March my telephone (above) told me that I had walked just 20 miles in February, my first response was anger at the intrusion. How dare my telephone spy on me? In what deluded state did I mistakenly sign up…

Hard news | Politics/Government | Local living
22 March 2019 03:13PM
Scott Myers


The facts about the new jail project speak for themselves.

While Albany is intent on criminal justice reform—eliminating cash bail, removing adolescents from prison, closing prisons, appointing a commission to investigate DAs—Greene County is intent on creating huge debt.

This week, the Greene County Legislature…

Local culture
22 March 2019 12:53PM

We are pleased to present Laleh Khorramian: Unearth, a solo exhibition of new work spanning two locations in Hudson, NY: September Gallery and Elizabeth Moore Fine Art. A commissioned essay by Media Farzin accompanies the exhibition. This is Khorramian’s first solo show with SEPTEMBER, and…

Soft news | Local food/farms
22 March 2019 11:28AM


“At the Farm at Miller’s Crossing in Claverack Pam Banks fills a steel beaker into which she will place a hydometer to check the sugar content of the maple syrup. The sap was running Saturday, March 16 in time for the Columbia Land Conservancy’s tour…

Hard news | Politics/Government
22 March 2019 11:23AM
Melanie Lekocevic


Twin County lawmakers are calling for the governor to fully restore a state program that provides funding to cities, towns and villages after it was threatened by budget cuts earlier this year.

Aid and Incentives for Municipalities provides funding to state cities, towns and villages, excluding…

22 March 2019 11:19AM
Melanie Lekocevic


Voters in four villages in Columbia County headed to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots for mayors and trustees.

In Chatham, John Howe was elected mayor with 234 votes, incumbent trustee Peter Minahan received 207 votes and Jaimee Boehme had 167 votes.

In Philmont, incumbent Mayor…

Local culture | Local living
22 March 2019 11:02AM
Olana State Historic Site


Applications are now open for handmade artisans. All interested artists, makers, and creators are invited to apply! Applications are due by April 21. Apply now!


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