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4 August 2020 09:46PM
John Cody

In Hudson 8/4/2020

Hard news | Environment | Local living
4 August 2020 09:31PM
Lance Wheeler
Hard news | Business/Growth | Local living
4 August 2020 09:26PM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/greenecounty/twin-counties-housing-market-booming/article_cf437631-edce-53c0-9b91-ea0ea4a1c427.html

Real estate in the Twin Counties is experiencing a surge, with an increase in closing and median home values, according to local experts in the field.

In Columbia County the median sales price for homes was up 17.5% for the second quarter and the number of…

Hard news | Local living
4 August 2020 09:20PM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/top_story/greene-county-signs-vandalized/article_23b27fdc-eb9d-5153-a948-428bba2f38ef.html

DURHAM — In the wake of a series of local Black Lives Matter marches and Back the Blue rallies, a handmade Black Lives Matter sign was broken to bits in the sleepy hamlet of Cornwallville on Friday.

“I left the house around 8 a.m., my sign…

Hard news | Business/Growth | Local living
4 August 2020 09:13PM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/top_story/unemployment-continues-to-climb-in-twin-counties/article_1e301179-96c0-58d0-952d-ec27b5c467be.html

Unemployment figures in the Twin Counties continue to rise, according to June data from the state Department of Labor.

Columbia County unemployment increased from 8.1% to 8.8% from the May figures to June, and the Greene County rate increased from 11% to 11.5%, according to the…

Hard news | Politics/Government | Business/Growth
4 August 2020 09:05PM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/news/greenecounty/catskill-reopening-meeting-gets-unruly/article_78187662-583a-5821-8962-0c407997fbcd.html

CATSKILL — More than 100 community members tuned into a meeting about the Catskill Central School District’s reopening plan last Thursday when Superintendent Ronel Cook tried to circumvent some unruly and hateful comments.

Cook presented the district’s plan, which it submitted to the state Education Department…

Hard news
4 August 2020 09:00PM
IMBY

On Monday, Columbia County Department of Health Director Jack Mabb announced that currently 15 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county can be traced to two July golf outings.

The golf outings in question were held July 10-11 and July 24. Neither was an organized tournament…

 

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