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Business/Growth
20 September 2021 05:17PM
Nea Mckinney

www.facebook.com/Hudson-Pocket-Park-Market-106659271729060

The Hudson Pocket Park Markets have 2 wonderful locations happening every other Saturday on Warren Street in Hudson, NY at the same times. 2pm – 6pm

537 Warren Street highlights local vendors & artists and
240 Warren Street highlights local musicians

The next markets will be held on…

20 September 2021 12:43PM

Grocer 19, the non-profit grocery store in Hudson NY is celebrating its reopening with a Street Fair on September 25, 2021.

The mission of Rolling Grocer 19 is to bring healthy food to Hudson and the surrounding area at affordable prices through its unique three-tier…

14 September 2021 01:21PM
Bill Williams

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/police-investigate-abuse-allegations-at-greenport-day-care-center/article_28c149fb-461f-591a-b18b-2b15fd130153.html

GREENPORT — The Columbia Children’s Center remained open Friday amid an investigation into allegations of child abuse at the day care facility in Greenport.

The investigation is centered around an unidentified female employee who is no longer reporting to work, said Michael Howard, attorney for the…

14 September 2021 01:16PM

Tuesday, September 28 is National Voter Registration Day, and the Roeliff Jansen Community Library will have volunteers on hand to help residents complete registration forms and absentee ballot applications. Early voting begins October 23, and election day is November 2. Registration forms must be postmarked…

11 September 2021 07:31PM
Natasha Vaughn-Holdridge

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/copake-solar-farm-injunction-hearing-on-hold/article_37191a5f-1675-5cd7-b58d-edc3875a3caa.html

COPAKE — The Town of Copake gives an update on the ORES lawsuit.

At a Copake town board meeting Thursday night board members gave an update on the town’s pending litigation against the state Office of Renewable Energy Siting.

“A court hearing scheduled for yesterday on petitioners…

11 September 2021 07:31PM
Natasha Vaughn-Holdridge

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/copake-solar-farm-injunction-hearing-on-hold/article_37191a5f-1675-5cd7-b58d-edc3875a3caa.html

COPAKE — The Town of Copake gives an update on the ORES lawsuit.

At a Copake town board meeting Thursday night board members gave an update on the town’s pending litigation against the state Office of Renewable Energy Siting.

“A court hearing scheduled for yesterday on petitioners…

11 September 2021 07:31PM
Natasha Vaughn-Holdridge

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/copake-solar-farm-injunction-hearing-on-hold/article_37191a5f-1675-5cd7-b58d-edc3875a3caa.html

COPAKE — The Town of Copake gives an update on the ORES lawsuit.

At a Copake town board meeting Thursday night board members gave an update on the town’s pending litigation against the state Office of Renewable Energy Siting.

“A court hearing scheduled for yesterday on petitioners…

11 September 2021 10:52AM
Sam Raudins

//www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/greenecounty/mass-towns-rake-in-cannabis-bucks/article_79a1cdaf-10fe-5a70-b05e-6fc317688fc9.html

CATSKILL — Over three fiscal years, the town of Great Barrington, Massachusetts, has garnered more than $6.7 million in sales tax revenue and community impact fees from cannabis sales, the town finance director told the Select Board on Aug. 23.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau,…

11 September 2021 10:05AM
Sam Raudins

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/good-cause-eviction-law-examined/article_aa6c9323-a83b-5ebf-8bf0-a3aa9502eb49.html

HUDSON — A law that would require landlords to justify rent increases in certain cases is under scrutiny by the Hudson Common Council.

The council’s Legal Committee furthered its discussions surrounding the proposed “good cause” eviction law Wednesday night.

The law was examined in further detail by…

9 September 2021 11:33PM
Sam Raudins

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/officials-pivot-on-restaurant-zoning-amendment/article_abbbd927-c077-5ba2-b3ee-eb5d4fa47b2b.html

HUDSON — After considering a zoning amendment that would have allowed for eating and drinking establishments in former residential buildings, the Hudson Common Council has instead turned to a law already on the books.

The Common Council’s Legal Committee determined Wednesday that a 2018 Hudson law…

9 September 2021 11:17PM
Sam Raudins

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/columbiacounty/class-in-session-at-ockawamick-for-liars-shoot/article_99ecdbb6-80a1-5b46-bfb2-bb03d536fb6f.html

CLAVERACK — Class is back in session at the old Ockawamick School as filming for “Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin” occupies the building this week.

Claverack Town Supervisor Clifford “Kippy” Weigelt said filming at the school is occurring for the week and it’s a busy operation.…

7 September 2021 03:25PM
IMBY

www.golocalprov.com/business/Hudson-NY-Successful-Small-Scale-Revival-Can-Providence-Learn-from-It

Hudson could learn a few things from Hudson too. Interesting piece by the architecture critics of a local digital Providence newspaper:

“Kevin Regan moved from Providence to Hudson in 2008.

“Regan started out on upper Wickenden Street in Fox Point, but declares that Hudson is the…

7 September 2021 01:53PM
C-GCC

www.valuepenguin.com/car-insurance-discounts#expert-ryan-mccann

Ryan McCann, associate professor of Math and Science at Columbia-Greene Community College, has been tapped by ValuePenguin and its parent company LendingTree® to serve as an expert in automotive insurance.

Launched in 2013 and acquired by LendingTree in 2019, ValuePenguin curates exclusive panels of professionals in…

7 September 2021 01:53PM
C-GCC

www.valuepenguin.com/car-insurance-discounts#expert-ryan-mccann

Ryan McCann, associate professor of Math and Science at Columbia-Greene Community College, has been tapped by ValuePenguin and its parent company LendingTree® to serve as an expert in automotive insurance.

Launched in 2013 and acquired by LendingTree in 2019, ValuePenguin curates exclusive panels of professionals in…

6 September 2021 03:32PM

www.freecolumbia.org/art-dispersal

Free Columbia presents
a POP UP Art Dispersal
at
Lightforms Art+Spirit
743 Columbia St, Hudson NY
Saturday September 11, 5-9 pm

Art Dispersal is an event where we hang up original works of art and invite people to become their stewards. They can take a piece home, keep it…

6 September 2021 03:32PM

www.freecolumbia.org/art-dispersal

Free Columbia presents
a POP UP Art Dispersal
at
Lightforms Art+Spirit
743 Columbia St, Hudson NY
Saturday September 11, 5-9 pm

Art Dispersal is an event where we hang up original works of art and invite people to become their stewards. They can take a piece home, keep it…

6 September 2021 03:32PM

www.freecolumbia.org/art-dispersal

Free Columbia presents
a POP UP Art Dispersal
at
Lightforms Art+Spirit
743 Columbia St, Hudson NY
Saturday September 11, 5-9 pm

Art Dispersal is an event where we hang up original works of art and invite people to become their stewards. They can take a piece home, keep it…

6 September 2021 03:32PM

www.freecolumbia.org/art-dispersal

Free Columbia presents
a POP UP Art Dispersal
at
Lightforms Art+Spirit
743 Columbia St, Hudson NY
Saturday September 11, 5-9 pm

Art Dispersal is an event where we hang up original works of art and invite people to become their stewards. They can take a piece home, keep it…

4 September 2021 04:28PM
Jody Bolluyt

Every season we have a year-end review with the farm team to discuss how the season went. We go over each crop to see what worked, what didn’t, where we need to improve, what changes would help to make the farm a better place to…

4 September 2021 04:28PM
Jody Bolluyt

Every season we have a year-end review with the farm team to discuss how the season went. We go over each crop to see what worked, what didn’t, where we need to improve, what changes would help to make the farm a better place to…

2 September 2021 07:59AM

Hawthorne Valley is pleased to announce the release of episode 6 of its 50th Anniversary “Roots to Renewal” podcast. In this episode, Hawthorne Valley’s Executive Director Martin Ping enjoys a wide ranging conversation with John Bloom, General Secretary of The Anthroposophical Society in America and…

2 September 2021 07:59AM

Hawthorne Valley is pleased to announce the release of episode 6 of its 50th Anniversary “Roots to Renewal” podcast. In this episode, Hawthorne Valley’s Executive Director Martin Ping enjoys a wide ranging conversation with John Bloom, General Secretary of The Anthroposophical Society in America and…

2 September 2021 07:59AM

Hawthorne Valley is pleased to announce the release of episode 6 of its 50th Anniversary “Roots to Renewal” podcast. In this episode, Hawthorne Valley’s Executive Director Martin Ping enjoys a wide ranging conversation with John Bloom, General Secretary of The Anthroposophical Society in America and…

1 September 2021 02:46PM

www.berkshirefilm.com

PITTSFIELD — Get Diane Pearlman talking about visual effects and she will provide several stories about cutting-edge techniques that were created in the Berkshires for many well-known movies.

For six years in the 1990s, Pearlman served as executive producer and general manager of Mass.Illusion, a visual…

1 September 2021 02:46PM

www.berkshirefilm.com

PITTSFIELD — Get Diane Pearlman talking about visual effects and she will provide several stories about cutting-edge techniques that were created in the Berkshires for many well-known movies.

For six years in the 1990s, Pearlman served as executive producer and general manager of Mass.Illusion, a visual…

 

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