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3 December 2020 11:24PM
Emily Sachar

Charter Communications, the cable provider that operates under the Spectrum brand, has begun a project to add broadband on two Town roads as part of an effort to close the digital divide.

Town supervisor Robert McKeon said his office also is canvassing residents from a…

Business/Growth | Local culture
3 December 2020 05:13PM
hudson river exchange


Hudson River Exchange presents Hudson River Exchange Fund, a new microloan program with a mission to create an economic ecosystem for the creative community. The fund will provide local makers with the cash they need for crucial business upgrades. Alongside the fund HRE has created…

3 December 2020 12:59PM


The Rural Revitalization Now Act would provide up to $50,000 in student loan relief, helping bring graduates to smaller communities and growing local economies

WASHINGTON, DC – This week, U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) and Rep. Abby Finkenauer (IA-01) introduced the Rural Revitalization Now Act to…

Soft news | Local culture | Local living
3 December 2020 10:12AM
Athens Cultural Center



A group window exhibition curated by Athens residents Amanda Lees and Annika Vogt.

“A Winter’s Tale” will be on view Saturday, December 05, 2020 through January 17, 2021 at the Athens Cultural Center.

Pulling inspiration from the holiday tradition of window…

Hard news | Kids and Schools | Body/Soul
2 December 2020 08:42PM
Aliya Schneider


HUDSON — The Youth Department is going entirely virtual for the remainder of 2020 as part of an effort to reassess the spread of COVID-19 in Hudson.

The youth center restructured its programming into pods in early November to make COVID-19 contact tracing easier. The new…

Hard news | Local living | Body/Soul
2 December 2020 08:14PM
Natasha Vaughn


LIVINGSTON — Employees of Livingston Hills Nursing Home held a candlelight vigil Tuesday to bring awareness to the importance of retaining their health care benefits.

About three dozen employees, union officials and supporters gathered Wednesday afternoon at the end of the Livingston Hills Nursing Home driveway…

Hard news | Politics/Government | Body/Soul
2 December 2020 08:08PM

December 2, 2020.

Dear New York

The federal government has informed us that New York will be getting its first 170,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in the coming weeks. If all safety and efficacy approvals are granted, we expect to receive these vaccines doses—from the New…


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