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GOP's Martucci will not seek second state Senate term news
Jun 01, 2022
MidHudson News is reporting one-term Republican state Senator Michael Martucci announced May 31, that he will not seek re-election in November. “Stepping away from this race is a very difficult decisi...
Two Ulster Dems call on Ryan to resign while running for Congress news
Jun 10, 2022
Patricia Doxsey is reporting for the Daily Freeman two Democratic Ulster County legislators are calling for County Executive Pat Ryan to resign, alleging that he is doing county residents a disservice...
Audio Feature: Hudson Valley Congressional Report news
Jun 12, 2022
Here is this week's Hudson Valley Congressional Report from WGXC, tracking the votes, statements, positions, and campaigns of the representatives of the Hudson Valley in Congress and the candidates wh...
AG's Election Protection Hotline open for calls news
Jun 20, 2022
JeanneTyler Moodee Lockman is reporting for CNY Central the New York State Attorney General's Office has made its Election Protection Hotline available for the June 28 primary election during the earl...
Supreme Court strikes down New York concealed weapons law news
Jun 23, 2022
CNN reports that the U.S. Supreme Court on June 23 struck down a New York law limiting those who can carry concealed weapons. Gov. Kathy Hochul called the ruling “outrageous,” especially during “a mom...
Former Hudson administrator elected president of Kingston school board news
Jul 08, 2022
William J. Kemble is reporting for the Daily Freeman former Hudson school district administrator Steven Spicer has been elected president of the Kingston School Board. Spicer was chosen over serving p...
Central Hudson reporting its residential electric supply costs will increase this week news
Jul 12, 2022
Paul Kirby is reporting for the Daily Freeman Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp. said July 11, the price for its residential electric supply has slightly increased since June. The company’s resid...
Trump takes 5th in New York investigation news
Aug 10, 2022
CNN reports that former President Donald Trump refused to answer questions and invoked his Fifth Amendment rights at a scheduled deposition with the New York attorney general on Aug. 10. "Under the ad...
St. Regis Mohawk receive federal funds to promote tourism news
Aug 28, 2022
Kenneth C. Crowe II is reporting for the Times Union the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe and the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration have announced the tribe will receive a $857,0...
New Yorkers must now be 21 to buy semi-auto weapon news
Sep 06, 2022
Sarah Minkewicz is reporting for WIVB-TV that a new gun law now in effect in New York, requiring that a person be at least 21 years of age to buy a semi-automatic weapon. If a resident is under 21 and...
Zeldin calls for an probe into $637M deal for COVID tests news
Sep 18, 2022
Chris Bragg is reporting for the Times Union that U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin, the Republican nominee for governor from Long Island, on September 16 called for an investigation into $637 million in spending...
Metzger, Quigley to face off in Ulster special election news
Sep 19, 2022
Patricia Doxsey is reporting for the Daily Freeman that Jen Metzger will be the Democratic candidate for Ulster County Executive in the upcoming special election in November. Metzger, a former state s...
Hochul's connections to COVID test vendor outlined in campaign reports news
Sep 21, 2022
Chris Bragg is reporting for the Times Union that Gov. Kathy Hochul insists that when her administration paid a vendor $637 million for COVID-19 tests, she was unaware that vendor was a campaign donor...
Trump Dutchess County golf club included in AG's lawsuit news
Sep 26, 2022
Phillip Pantuso reports for the Times Union about how the fraud allegations against former President Donald Trump in a lawsuit filed by New York Attorney General Letitia James include the Trump Nation...