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Few more changes locally in Congressional districts news
May 23, 2022
Steuben County Supreme Court Judge Patrick McAllister on May 20 approved the congressional and state Senate maps drawn up by a court-appointed expert, after a few changes to the maps released earlier...
Delgado turns over his vote in Congress to Colorado representative news
May 23, 2022
Mid-Hudson News reports that Rep. Antonio Delgado is now a representative in name only. At the beginning of May Governor Kathy Hochul picked him to be her new lieutenant governor, but he did not immed...
Popular NYC chef John DeLucie opening Hudson restaurant news
Jun 03, 2022
Steve Barnes is reporting for the Times Union John DeLucie, a chef and restaurateur on June 4 is opening the farm-to-table restaurant Merchants Social in Hudson. DeLucie has described it as being focu...
Low vacancy rate qualifies Kingston for rent stabilization news
Jun 03, 2022
Phillip Pantuso reports in the Times Union that a new vacancy study says Kingston is now qualified to become the first municipality north of the New York City suburbs to opt into the state Emergency T...
COVID-19 levels on the decline throughout New York news
Jun 13, 2022
Luke Parsnow is reporting for New York State of Politics COVID-19 community levels in New York state continue to decline from a post-omicron springtime spike, leaving only seven of the state's 62 coun...
Affordable housing proposed in Coxsackie news
Jun 15, 2022
Andrea Macko reports in Porcupine Soup that during the current Hudson Valley housing crisis, few affordable housing projects are being proposed locally, but one development is back on the table in Cox...
Loan star tick population seems to be growing in New York news
Jun 16, 2022
Lauren Harkawik is reporting for the Times Union New York residents and visitors are being urged to watch out for ticks this summer. One insect that may be gaining in numbers in the Hudson Valley is t...
Many Congressional candidates, in several elections, raise lots of campaign cash news
Jul 18, 2022
Ariel Zangla reports in the Daily Freeman about the fundraising totals reported by various Hudson Valley Congressional candidates for the Federal Election Commission July 15 deadline. There are severa...
Candidates who voted against certifying 2020 presidential election results, or who supported rioters, are on the ballot this fall news
Jul 21, 2022
The 2020 presidential election was not decided by fraud, even though several New York politicians voted against certifying the election results, and others attended or cheered the riot attempting to o...
Gas prices continue to drop locally news
Jul 25, 2022
The Daily Freeman reports that gas prices fell in the Hudson Valley for the sixth week in a row, according to gasbuddy.com. In Columbia and Greene Counties prices dropped nine cents in the past week,...
Region's unemployment rates increase slightly news
Jul 27, 2022
The Daily Freeman is reporting county unemployment rates in the Mid-Hudson Valley and Catskills were generally higher in June from what they were the month before and much lower than the rates of June...