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11 October 2019 12:49PM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/full-board-hop-o-nose-interim-director-horizon

CATSKILL — The Village Board of Trustees appointed Karen Gilchrist to the Catskill Housing Authority board Wednesday night, making the board complete once more.

Hop-O-Nose has experienced rapid changes in leadership recently, with the former Executive Director Nina Krupski stepping down and board member Erica Brantley…

11 October 2019 09:21AM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/new-protocol-new-jail

CATSKILL — Greene county lawmakers discussed the transition into the new jail facility last week.

The state Commission of Corrections is recommending the county rent a trailer for a transition team of correction officers to work in. The trailer will cost about $28,000 for the year…

8 October 2019 11:48AM
Isa Coffey

Speak out and walk with us.
Let’s work together to increase sexuality education in our schools and teens’ sexual safety at parties, at all local public and private schools, and in our streets.

8 October 2019 10:04AM

Join LUMBERYARD on October 11-12th for two days of exciting, affordable events.

Friday, October 11, 8pm – Shadows & Light: The Music of Joni Mitchell. Award winning producer and bassist Scott Petito assembles a world class ensemble to interpret the timeless music of the…

8 October 2019 10:04AM

Join LUMBERYARD on October 11-12th for two days of exciting, affordable events.

Friday, October 11, 8pm – Shadows & Light: The Music of Joni Mitchell. Award winning producer and bassist Scott Petito assembles a world class ensemble to interpret the timeless music of the…

4 October 2019 09:42AM

www.lumberyard.org/white-paper

LUMBERYARD Releases New White Paper on Critical Gaps in New York City’s Performing Arts Presenting Ecosystem

Advances in Technology and Performance Spaces Have Left American Artists Struggling to Create Work that Matches Ever Increasing Presenter Capacity for Artistic Innovation. LUMBERYARD’s White Paper Presents Initial Trends and…

4 October 2019 09:25AM

www.ruralintelligence.com/arts/at-hudson-hall-moby-dick-in-two-glorious-hours

If you had told me that I would be gobsmacked by the excerpt of Irish actor Conor Lovett’s one-man adaptation of “Moby-Dick,” performed last fall at Hudson Hall’s Proprietor’s Ball, I would have rolled my eyes, at least internally. But here I am, writing a…

4 October 2019 04:53AM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/13m-jail-garage-reality

CATSKILL — The $1.3 million Greene County jail garage will be built.

With construction of the new jail in full swing in Coxsackie, several Greene County legislators decided to have one last go at removing the garage Wednesday night.

The effort failed and the garage, which will…

2 October 2019 09:05PM
Isa Coffey
1 October 2019 04:13PM
Isa Coffey

For those of us 18 – 100 who’ve experienced sexual harm and want to hang out together, with a strong invitation for the LGBTQ community.

We’ll meet the first Thursday of every month, October 3, 2019 through April 2, 2020, 6:00 – 8:00pm, in Chatham. $15…

1 October 2019 04:09PM
Isa Coffey

For 3rd – 5th Grade Girls, including Transgirls and Non-Binary Kids Wednesdays, 4:00pm – 5:30pm, with registration open through October. We’ll meet on a 3 weeks on, 2 weeks off schedule, through the end of April, 2020. This unusual schedule allows us all to rest,…

1 October 2019 04:02PM
Isa Coffey

For 9th – 12th Grade Students, with a strong invitation for LGBTQ and non-binary youth. Mondays, 5:30 – 7:30 pm, registration open through October. We’ll meet on a 3 weeks on, 2 weeks off schedule, through the end of April, 2020. This unusual schedule allows…

1 October 2019 09:13AM
Isa Coffey

On Thursday October 10th, from 5:00 – 6:00pm, WiseBodies will host our first annual Take Back The Night in Chatham Village, meeting in front of the police station at the circle, and marching down Main Street to the Gazebo. Join us with your signs and…

1 October 2019 09:13AM

in conversation with Hallie Goodman, co-founder of Volume Music and Reading Series. Free.

Caitlin Moscatello is a journalist and writer covering gender, reproductive rights, and politics. Her writing has appeared in New York Magazine’s The Cut, Vanity Fair, TIME, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, O: The Oprah Magazine,…

29 September 2019 07:48PM
Wayne Sheridan

At the Moutain Top Progressives Candidates Forum in Windham on Monday evening, September 23rd, candidate for Sheriff of Greene County Diana Benoit spoke out strongly in favor of using the revenues from the general obligation bond for purposes more in line with the County’s real…

29 September 2019 12:02PM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/galvan-civic-motel-near-capacity-after-opening

GREENPORT — A 25-room motel with rooms and services for homeless individuals and families is open.

Faced with a shortage of emergency housing for homeless people in Columbia County, the Galvan Foundation stepped in to partner with county government to fill the void. The Columbia County…

29 September 2019 11:56AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/city-present-possible-plans-moving-offices-jle-building

HUDSON — For many months, city officials have been postulating the prospect of relocating various city offices to the former John L. Edwards Elementary School building at 360 State St.

At 6 p.m. Monday at the Hudson Area Library, city residents will see the fruits of…

27 September 2019 03:06PM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/cha-executive-director-steps-down-tenants-turmoil

CATSKILL — As the Catskill Housing Authority experiences an upheaval in leadership, Hop-O-Nose tenants are demanding change.

Executive Director Nina Krupski stepped down and no decision has been made at this time on who will be named the interim director. The housing authority’s five-person board is…

27 September 2019 08:42AM
Enid Futterman

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It was easy to see how Lumberyard could be a boon to Catskill, even before it was built, but it never occurred to me that Lumberyard would not be a boon to itself.

SPRINT TO A MILLION is a fundraiser so called because Lumberyard needs…

27 September 2019 08:42AM
Enid Futterman

web.ovationtix.com/trs/store/31725/alldonations/31564?_ga=2.40565602.1795237818.1569585206-110960365.1566067647

It was easy to see how Lumberyard could be a boon to Catskill, even before it was built, but it never occurred to me that Lumberyard would not be a boon to itself.

SPRINT TO A MILLION is a fundraiser so called because Lumberyard needs…

27 September 2019 08:42AM
Enid Futterman

web.ovationtix.com/trs/store/31725/alldonations/31564?_ga=2.40565602.1795237818.1569585206-110960365.1566067647

It was easy to see how Lumberyard could be a boon to Catskill, even before it was built, but it never occurred to me that Lumberyard would not be a boon to itself.

SPRINT TO A MILLION is a fundraiser so called because Lumberyard needs…

27 September 2019 08:34AM
Amanda Purcell

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/hdc-looks-sublet-space-revenue-infusion

HUDSON — The Hudson Development Corporation is looking to sublet its leased office space at 1 North Front St.

The Hudson Development Corporation is one of two tenants in the building. The other is the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce, which occupies the first floor. The…

26 September 2019 10:45AM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/catskill-sell-connector-road

CATSKILL — Ever hear of Elliott Street? If you haven’t, you’re likely not alone, so look sharp because the village plans to sell it.

The Catskill Village Board of Trustees voted to put Elliott Street on the block, Village President Vincent Seeley said.

The village plans to…

26 September 2019 10:13AM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/ida-discussions-hotel-developer

CATSKILL — Redeveloping the former Quality Inn, the former hotel on Route 23A near Exit 21 of the New York State Thruway, is close to becoming a reality, Greene County Industrial Development Agency Executive Director Rene VanSchaack said Monday.

After two and a half years of…

26 September 2019 10:09AM
Sarah Trafton

www.hudsonvalley360.com/article/county-moves-fill-communication-gaps

CATSKILL — Greene County lawmakers voted Wednesday approved upgrades to a cell tower in Twilight Park, a historic district in Haines Falls, which will improve communications for first responders.

Greene County Department of Emergency Services, through a state Homeland Security Interoperable Communications grant, will create a…

 

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