Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
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Some ICC parents threat to sue if district does not drop mask mandate news
Feb 07, 2022
Natasha Vaughn-Holdridge is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media some parents of students enrolled in the Ichabod Crane Central School District are threatening to sue Superintendent Suzanne Guntlow for...
Schenectady station WGY celebrates 100 years news
Feb 14, 2022
Pete DeMola reports in the Times Union that WGY, the 50,000-watt AM Schenectady radio station, turns 100-years-old this year. The 810-AM's station personalities are thinking back to what it was like f...
Cohoes mayor blasts Norlite for denying the impact of the dust from its facility news
Mar 06, 2022
Rick Karlin is reporting for the Times Union Cohoes Mayor William Keeler is blasting the Norlite aggregate plant and hazardous waste incinerator for a letter the company released claiming that the nei...
Rensselaer City schools ask DEC to not renew Dunn landfill operating permit news
Mar 18, 2022
Rick Karlin is reporting for the Times Union that the Rensselaer Board of Education submitted a letter to the state Department of Environmental Conservation asking that the operating permit for the S....
Former Brodie Mountain ski resort has a buyer news
Apr 03, 2022
Rick Karlin is reporting for the Times Union the historic Brodie Mountain ski resort in the Berkshires seems to have an interested buyer. The broker handling the property, located three miles from Jim...
Coxsackie solar project construction about to begin news
Apr 21, 2022
Rick Karlin reports in the Times Union that construction begins next month on a 436-acre solar farms to date in Coeymans, in southern Albany County. “We received approval from the PSC last week on our...
Counties slow to give consumers a gas tax holiday news
Apr 26, 2022
Rick Karlin reports in the Times Union that from June 1 to Dec. 31 the state of New York is giving up its share of the 16-cent-per-gallon gas sales tax to consumers. Local counties have the option to...
Schoharie towns sue state over solar farms news
May 03, 2022
Rick Karlin reports in the Times Union that. nine towns in Schoharie County are suing New York state about new rules on how solar farms are taxed. The state's standardized taxing method includes a lar...
Does Cairo need more police? Little information available news
May 04, 2022
Liz Montgomery reports for Porcupine Soup that the Town of Cairo police their want to increase their staff by 50 percent. Sergeant-in-Charge Rick Busch said at a May 2 town meeting that they need to h...
Court clears the way for a Costco at Crossgates news
May 06, 2022
Rick Karlin reports for the Times Union that a state appeals court on May 5 ruled in favor of the town of Guilderland and Crossgates Mall in a case brought by an environmental group in its attempt to...
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...
Coxsackie's Quarry Steakhouse to be demolished news
Jul 20, 2022
Maura Rosner is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the Quarry Steakhouse on Route 26, once one of Coxsackie’s most popular restaurants until three years ago, will be demolished, town officials said....