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15 July 2018 05:14PM
Henrietta Paris

The Vanderbilt House Hotel in Philmont has been reimagined and our doors have now opened — as Vanderbilt Lakeside Bar Room & Guesthouse! Located in an historic 8-Room guesthouse, the restaurant has a Chef-Driven Modern American food menu featuring local ingredients whenever possible, plus a…

Local culture | Local living
15 July 2018 01:34PM
Laura Griffin

www.harveygranatsings.com

Harvey Granat, singer and a historian of The American Songbook, will perform a four-part series at Berkshire South Regional Community Center, 15 Crissey Road, Great Barrington, MA beginning on Thursday July 19 at 7PM. www.berkshiresouth.org

Billed as an homage to the Golden Age of…

Body/Soul
15 July 2018 11:54AM
Sadhana Center for Yoga

sadhanayogahudson.com/events-workshops/

Saturday, July 21
12:00pm – 1:30pm
$20

Join Sondra for an exploration of embodied practice that combines physical training, inquiry and creative connections to provide a moving experience that is informative and expressive.

This movement workshop is for all bodies: athletes, dancers, yogis, scientists, body workers, physiotherapists -…

Local food/farms
15 July 2018 11:42AM
Richard Moody

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/catskill-farmers-market-gets-new-breath-life-markets-nationwide-may-not-be-able-accept-snap

CATSKILL — As the Catskill Community Center works to build back its farmers market, it faces challenges including one that could affect farmers markets nationwide.

Director Jen DuBois and her team are revamping the center’s farmers market, which fell by the wayside, she said, starting it…

Politics/Government
15 July 2018 11:32AM
Richard Moody

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/houghtling-and-boyajian-file-107th-assembly-race-will-face-sept-primary

NEW LEBANON — Town Clerk Tistrya Houghtling announced she filed petitions to appear on the ballot for the 107th Assembly District election in November and now is preparing to challenge Don Boyajian, of Cambridge, for the Democratic nomination in September.

The winner will face off against…

Richard Moody

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/new-lebanon-tells-residents-file-complaints-about-charterspectrum-public-service-commission

NEW LEBANON — Town officials are urging residents to file complaints about Charter/Spectrum, the local telecommunications provider, to the state Public Service Commission or representatives of the company as it works to make good on upgrades and coverage expansion it promised as part of its…

Hard news | Politics/Government | Environment
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…

Hard news | Politics/Government | Body/Soul
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…

Business/Growth
15 July 2018 10:05AM
Richard Moody

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/local-wages-grow-skilled-labor-stays-away

Local average weekly wages have slowly grown during the last 10 years, a trend that is both a positive and a negative for businesses, local business leaders said.

Columbia County:

The average weekly wage in Columbia County in the last quarter of 2017 was $813, according to…

 

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