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Percoco to serve six years in federal prison news
Sep 21, 2018
Robert Gavin is reporting for the Times Union a federal judge September 20, sentenced Joseph Percoco to six years in prison and three years of supervised release for soliciting $320,000 in bribes and...
Holcim waterfront battle: round 2 news
Jan 26, 2011
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="200" caption="Holcim's waterfront dock in Hudson, as seen in a commentary piece by Carole Osterink on her Gossips of Rivertown blog on January 26."][/capt...
Crosswalk vigilantes plead not guilty news
Nov 14, 2018
Amanda Purcell reports for Columbia-Greene Media that four people, including Fourth Ward Supervisor Linda Mussmann, pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor Nov. 13, for painting crosswalks on Hudson city...
"Hydrant, road trade controversy continues" news
Apr 07, 2010
The Jamie Larson story in The Register-Star today is incredibly detailed, but I still do not understand the big picture of the proposed switcheroo of a fire hydrant for a road closure. And which meeti...
Election commission meets Wednesday news
Aug 19, 2019
Read more about this story in the Albany Times Union.
Father and son Skelos latest Albany representatives guilty of corruption news
Jul 18, 2018
Stephen Rex Brown reports in the New York Daily News that on July 17, for the second time, former state Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, were found guilty on eight bribery and ext...
Feds monitoring primary election in Orange Co. news
Jun 26, 2012
The Associated Press is reporting the U.S. Justice Department will monitor primary elections in Orange County, Tues, June 26, to ensure compliance with the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Federal observers...
Weekend in review news
Dec 31, 2012
Some of the stories that made the news, Dec. 28 to Dec. 30. Nathan Mayberg reported in the Register Star Columbia County officials are now concerned about financial stability in the year to come af...
Coeymans SRO gets reassigned news
Jul 10, 2019
Sarah Trafton is reporting for Columbia-Greene former Greene County Sheriff's Deputy Daniel Braden is back in the news. An employee of the Coeymans Police Department since April 2018, and the School R...
Rensselaerville firing range shut down news
Dec 22, 2017
H. Rose Schneider reports in The Altamont Enterprise that a New York State Park Police Academy firing range in Rensselaerville closed Dec. 22, at least until the courts settle whether it can re-open....
Hudson schools tackle opioid abuse policy news
Mar 15, 2017
Jeanette Wolfberg is reporting in The Columbia Paper Hudson school district officials met Mar. 2, to discuss the creation of an official policy to address opioid abuse. The conversation focused on whe...
Cross surrenders news
Apr 30, 2012
Hudson resident and former alderman Quintin E. Cross surrendered early Mon., Apr. 30, to Hudson police. Cross, 29, was accompanied by his attorney, Susan Tipograph. Cross was the subject of a statewid...
Weekend in review news
May 05, 2014
Some of the stories that made the news May 2 through May 5: Melanie Lekocevic is reporting in The Daily Mail more than a year after passage of the New York SAFE Act, the Athens Town Council last we...
Musical chairs in Rensselaer politics news
Sep 23, 2017
Kenneth C. Crowe II reports in the Albany Times Union that a whirlwind political deal went down in Rensselaer County this week. Grafton Town Justice Pierce Hoyt resigned his judgeship so that Deputy C...
New York erasing low-level marijuana convictions, lowering possession penalty news
Jul 05, 2019
Steve Hughes reports in the Albany Times Union that 849 criminal convictions in Albany County, and 218 in Rensselaer County after a new law passed in the state legislature erasing some convictions for...
Molinaro files lawsuit to find possible ethics investigation news
Jul 31, 2018
Chris Bragg at Capitol Confidential reports that the Republican running for governor, Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro, is suing to find out if Democrat Andrew Cuomo is under state ethics inves...
Delgado holds town hall meeting in Kinderhook news
Oct 15, 2018
Logan Weiss is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media a large crowd packed into the Kinderhook Elks Lodge October 13, for a town hall meeting held by Democrat Antonio Delgado, candidate in the 19th Congr...
NYCLU sues Cuomo, state over farmworkers' rights news
May 12, 2016
Matthew Hamilton in Capitol Confidential reports that the New York Civil Liberties Union filed suit against the state and Gov. Andrew Cuomo over the state not allowing farmworkers to organize. Cuomo,...
Squatters rights case reaches back a century news
Jan 22, 2011
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="200" caption="The Furgary Boat Club alongside the river in Hudson, as seen in a photo from the Gossips of Rivertown blog."][/caption]The Register-Star is report...