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Overdoses spike in Columbia, Greene, region news
Jan 08, 2021
Natasha Vaughn is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media as of early January 7, Columbia County recorded four drug overdoses in two days and Greene County, one. None of the overdoses were fatal. Greener...
Chatham closing its village court news
Feb 12, 2021
Emilia Teasdale is reporting for The Columbia Paper the Chatham Village Board voted unanimously in a February 8 online meeting, to pass a local law eliminating the village court and the position of vi...
Catskill trustee race too close to call news
Mar 17, 2021
Sarah Trafton is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media as of early Wed., Mar. 17, the four candidates for Catskill Village trustee were within 71 votes of each other, with 210 absentee ballots to be cou...
Claverack Democrats announce candidates news
Mar 26, 2021
The Claverack Democrats Fri, Mar. 26, announced its selection of candidates for town board and clerk, as well as its endorsement of incumbent Columbia County Judge Richard Koweek. According to a press...
Audio Feature: New York legalized marijuana, what are the rules? news
Apr 05, 2021
It might be news to many local officials, but New York legalized marijuana last week. Columbia County Board of Supervisors Chair and Stockport Town Supervisor Matt Murell said he had not yet read abou...
Claverack prepares for town hall project news
May 10, 2021
Aliya Schneider is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the former Claverack Free Library, located at the intersection of state Route 9H and 23B in the hamlet, will temporarily serve as the town hall a...
Patriot Front sticker found in Germantown park news
May 14, 2021
Natasha Vaughn is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media recruiting material for the white nationalist hate group Patriot Front was found in Palatine Park in Germantown, May 12. It has since been removed...
Canaan is latest local town to reduce public access to meetings news
May 25, 2021
Peter Fierl reports in the Columbia Paper that the Town of Canaan, in Columbia County, is the latest local municipality to reduce public access to its meetings. On May 10 the board had their first mee...
Barrett secures funding for Mid-Hudson libraries news
Jul 25, 2021
MidHudson News is reporting Assemblymember Didi Barrett has secured $85,000 to be shared by the 16 libraries within the 106th Assembly District. A total of $5,000 was allocated to the Philmont Library...
Another hate group sticker found in Germantown news
Aug 09, 2021
Hatewatchreport [dot] com is reporting for the third time in as many months a Patriot Front recruitment sticker with its fascist symbolism has been placed on public property in the town of Germantown....
Patriot Front stickers found on Hudson's north side news
Aug 25, 2021
Natasha Vaughn-Holdridge is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media a sticker promoting the white supremacist group Patriot Front has been found in Hudson, on the corner of N. 4th and State streets, near...
Columbia County nursing home, school have COVID-19 cases news
Sep 14, 2021
Natasha Vaughn-Holdridge for Columbia-Greene Media writes that Columbia County over the weekend reported multiple cases of COVID-19 at a nursing home facility and at a school. There were 13 positive C...
Audio Feature: Live music locally news
Sep 07, 2021
Click to listen to or download an audio version of this report. Live music resumed locally earlier this summer when COVID-19 case numbers were receding. Many of the first live music events were out...
Several residents of Galvan-run Chatham senior apartments outline multiple problems news
Oct 11, 2021
Lorna Cherot Littleway reports in The Columbia Paper that a number of complaints about a Galvan Foundation-run 36-unit, 55+ senior community home in the Village of Chatham were not disputed by local o...
Greenport latest town discussing short-term rental regulations news
Nov 11, 2021
Sam Raudins reports in Columbia-Greene Media that Greenport is the latest locality to consider short-term rental regulations to combat skyrocketing local rents. Currently there are fewer apartments an...