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20 March 2019 04:00PM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/customers-can-now-contact-charterspectrum-about-streaming-benefits

ALBANY — Customers will soon start to see the benefits of a settlement agreement between the state Attorney General’s Office and internet cable giant Charter/Spectrum, Attorney General Letitia James announced Tuesday.

The attorney general announced Dec. 17 that Charter/Spectrum, formerly known as Time Warner Cable, would…

20 March 2019 04:00PM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/customers-can-now-contact-charterspectrum-about-streaming-benefits

ALBANY — Customers will soon start to see the benefits of a settlement agreement between the state Attorney General’s Office and internet cable giant Charter/Spectrum, Attorney General Letitia James announced Tuesday.

The attorney general announced Dec. 17 that Charter/Spectrum, formerly known as Time Warner Cable, would…

20 March 2019 03:57PM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/flames-sweep-through-craryville-home

CRARYVILLE — A burning candle is believed to have started a pre-dawn fire that destroyed a home on Lockwood Road on Tuesday.

Craryville Fire Chief William Baker said his crews were first to arrive at the scene at 139 Lockwood Road after the fire alarm sprung…

20 March 2019 03:40PM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/hudson-police-and-immigration-advocates-find-common-ground

HUDSON — The Hudson City Police Department will adopt a policy governing how officers can recognize and respond to the different types of warrants executed by federal immigration agents after the attempted detention of two men by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in the city earlier…

19 March 2019 10:08AM
Don Moore

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/hudson-police-and-immigration-advocates-find-common-ground

Sanctuary City supporters aired their concerns for ICE in Hudson in an open meeting with Hudson’s Mayor Rick Rector, Police Chief Edward Moore, Columbia County Sanctuary Movement executive director Bryan MacCormack on Friday evening, March 15.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMAQQUpWvh4&feature=youtu.be

18 March 2019 08:34PM
Isa Coffey

Join us for an immersive evening exploration of the how and why of Mindful Sex. We’ll focus on specific skills anyone can use to minimize erotic distractions, let go of self judgement and develop the skill of paying attention to pleasure. Mindful Sex is for…

17 March 2019 07:30PM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/city-leaders-vote-support-statewide-rent-stabilization

HUDSON — Could rent stabilization be on the way for Hudson?

Columbia County is one of 54 counties across the state that does not have rent stabilization guaranteed under the state’s Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 1974.

The act, which applies to Nassau, Westchester, Rockland counties and…

17 March 2019 11:05AM
Melanie Lekocevic

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/health-care-facilities-challenge-ratings

HUDSON — The federal government released hospital ratings for the Capital Region and the results indicate there is room for improvement. Columbia Memorial Hospital in Hudson received a two-star rating, out of a possible five stars.

The ratings were released last week by the U.S. Centers…

16 March 2019 04:00PM
Betsy Miller

www.ColumbiaFair.com

CHATHAM – In early January, ‘surprise’ was the word of the day when the votes for ‘favorite county fair’ were counted up in the offices of Capital Region Living Magazine. “The Saratoga County Fair had held the #1 position for many years,” said Vikki Moran,…

16 March 2019 04:00PM
Betsy Miller

www.ColumbiaFair.com

CHATHAM – In early January, ‘surprise’ was the word of the day when the votes for ‘favorite county fair’ were counted up in the offices of Capital Region Living Magazine. “The Saratoga County Fair had held the #1 position for many years,” said Vikki Moran,…

16 March 2019 04:00PM
Betsy Miller

www.ColumbiaFair.com

CHATHAM – In early January, ‘surprise’ was the word of the day when the votes for ‘favorite county fair’ were counted up in the offices of Capital Region Living Magazine. “The Saratoga County Fair had held the #1 position for many years,” said Vikki Moran,…

16 March 2019 04:00PM
Betsy Miller

www.ColumbiaFair.com

CHATHAM – In early January, ‘surprise’ was the word of the day when the votes for ‘favorite county fair’ were counted up in the offices of Capital Region Living Magazine. “The Saratoga County Fair had held the #1 position for many years,” said Vikki Moran,…

16 March 2019 04:00PM
Betsy Miller

www.ColumbiaFair.com

CHATHAM – In early January, ‘surprise’ was the word of the day when the votes for ‘favorite county fair’ were counted up in the offices of Capital Region Living Magazine. “The Saratoga County Fair had held the #1 position for many years,” said Vikki Moran,…

16 March 2019 04:00PM
Betsy Miller

www.ColumbiaFair.com

CHATHAM – In early January, ‘surprise’ was the word of the day when the votes for ‘favorite county fair’ were counted up in the offices of Capital Region Living Magazine. “The Saratoga County Fair had held the #1 position for many years,” said Vikki Moran,…

16 March 2019 04:00PM
Betsy Miller

www.ColumbiaFair.com

CHATHAM – In early January, ‘surprise’ was the word of the day when the votes for ‘favorite county fair’ were counted up in the offices of Capital Region Living Magazine. “The Saratoga County Fair had held the #1 position for many years,” said Vikki Moran,…

16 March 2019 09:55AM
Melanie Lekocevic

CHATHAM — There are three seats up for grabs on the Chatham Village Board in Tuesday’s election — one for a one-year term and two for a two-year term. John Howe is running unopposed for mayor.

Jaimee Boehme, Age: 60; Joseph Cerami, Age: 73; Peter Minahan,…

16 March 2019 09:50AM
Melanie Lekocevic

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/health-care-facilities-challenge-ratings

HUDSON — The federal government released hospital ratings for the Capital Region and the results indicate there is room for improvement. Columbia Memorial Hospital in Hudson received a two-star rating, out of a possible five stars.

The ratings were released last week by the U.S. Centers…

16 March 2019 09:23AM
Melanie Lekocevic

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/columbia-tied-second-lowest-unemployment-rate-state

The New York State Department of Labor has released preliminary unemployment rates for January 2019, and Columbia County is tied for the second-lowest rate in the state at 3.7 percent.

Greene County’s figures track a bit higher at 4.7 percent, which is the 24th lowest rate…

16 March 2019 09:23AM
Melanie Lekocevic

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/columbia-tied-second-lowest-unemployment-rate-state

The New York State Department of Labor has released preliminary unemployment rates for January 2019, and Columbia County is tied for the second-lowest rate in the state at 3.7 percent.

Greene County’s figures track a bit higher at 4.7 percent, which is the 24th lowest rate…

16 March 2019 09:10AM
Melanie Lekocevic

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/job-growth-shows-gains-twin-counties

Jobs are up and unemployment is down statewide and in the Twin Counties, according to private sector job growth figures released by the U.S. Department of Labor.

The report, released March 7, analyzed economic expansion from January 2018 to January 2019. There were 8,181,000 private sector…

16 March 2019 09:10AM
Melanie Lekocevic

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/job-growth-shows-gains-twin-counties

Jobs are up and unemployment is down statewide and in the Twin Counties, according to private sector job growth figures released by the U.S. Department of Labor.

The report, released March 7, analyzed economic expansion from January 2018 to January 2019. There were 8,181,000 private sector…

16 March 2019 08:52AM

Bill Ingersoll, owner of Bikes, Trikes and Quads shared with Delgado the importance of USPS & rural broadband

WASHINGTON, DC – At a Small Business Committee hearing today, U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) introduced and asked questions of hearing witness Bill Ingersoll, a NY-19 resident…

16 March 2019 08:52AM

Bill Ingersoll, owner of Bikes, Trikes and Quads shared with Delgado the importance of USPS & rural broadband

WASHINGTON, DC – At a Small Business Committee hearing today, U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) introduced and asked questions of hearing witness Bill Ingersoll, a NY-19 resident…

15 March 2019 08:42AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/johnson-says-he-running-hudson-mayor

HUDSON — First Ward Alderman Kamal Johnson is throwing his hat into the mayor’s race.

Johnson, a Democrat, is in the second year of his first term as 1st Ward alderman on the Hudson Common Council.

At this point in the November race, incumbent Mayor Rick Rector,…

15 March 2019 08:12AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/public-meeting-be-held-about-ice-city

HUDSON — A second meeting scheduled Friday between Hudson leaders and a local immigrants’ rights group over Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s presence in the city last week will be open to the public.

The meeting between leaders of the Columbia County Sanctuary Movement will be held…

 

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