Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
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New York's solid ag industry in budgetary danger news
Feb 28, 2011
The Times Union's veteran reporter and columnist Fred LeBrun shines a light on a key element in all the state budget talks going on... New York's agricultural industry and what the Cumo cuts might do...
AG office investigating propane providers news
Jan 10, 2018
Joseph Spector reports in the Democrat and Chronicle that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is looking into price gouging from propane companies this winter. Schneiderman's office has heard...
Cell phone reads to the blind news
Feb 11, 2008
From NPR's Morning Edition:A new cell phone offers the smallest text-to-speech reading device ever built, a device especially useful for people with impaired vision. The phone and software come with a...
Saturday headlines news
Apr 23, 2011
Bumpy transition when village court closes Andrew Amelinckx writes in the Register-Star about ways in which the shuttering of the Valatie Village Court "has resulted in a number of charges brought by...
Gillibrand, Maloney support federal farm bill conference report news
Dec 12, 2018
MidHudsonNews [dot] com is reporting both U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney have announced their support of the conference report to the 2018 farm bill. Gillibrand said t...
Flooding, lightning strikes cause damage news
Jun 26, 2014
Joe Gentile and Kyle Adams are reporting in the Register Star heavy storms Wed., June 25, caused widespread flooding in Hudson and Greenport, while lightning exploded a steeple in Catskill and signifi...
Wednesday headlines news
Sep 21, 2011
WikiLeaks cable: Al Jazeera director removed content at U.S. government’s request Steve Myers at the Poynter Institute's Romenesko+ blog reports that a WikiLeaks leaked cable shows that Al Jazeera re...
With cold, ski resorts open early news
Nov 21, 2014
[caption width="300" align="alignleft"] From Windham Mountain website.[/caption]The cold snap that touched the entire nation this week allowed the local ski resorts to start making snow, and Hunter an...
Weekend in review news
Apr 07, 2014
Some of the stories that made the news, April 4 to April 6: Stuyvesant resident Will Pflaum announced Fri., Apr. 4, the New York State Supreme Court (Third Department) has ruled in his favor on a l...
Hunter Mountain opening Friday news
Nov 14, 2019
The early cold snap has some ski resorts busy, with Hunter Mountain opening November 15. Crews there are busy putting down artificial snow. Catamount Ski, in Columbia County, has not updated its websi...
Federal officials still debating how to feed the hungry news
May 20, 2020
Emilie Munson is reporting for the Times Union nearly 300,000 people in New York have applied for food stamps during the past 10 weeks. A hotline providing information on how to find food assistance h...