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Lexington sings again for rural broadband news
May 07, 2016
In March the Lexington Broadband Initiative did not win a state grant to bring better internet access to the mountainous Greene County town. But the group, that wants to partner with the Margaretville...
Cairo receives $75K smart growth grant news
Jun 02, 2015
Kate Seckinger is reporting in The Daily Mail Cairo Town Supervisor Ted Banta announced Mon., Jun. 1, the state Department of Environmental Conservation has awarded the town a $75,000 smart growth imp...
Assembly passes education reform bill news
May 21, 2015
Matthew Hamilton is reporting at Capital Confidential the state Assembly Wed., May 20, passed an omnibus education reform package that addresses both the updated teacher evaluation system and the Comm...
Monday November 29 2010 news updates news
Nov 29, 2010
Murphy still busy as terms nears end Debora Gilbert in The Columbia Paper has an interview with outgoing Congressman Scott Murphy who says he is most proud of visiting every one of the 137 towns and...
Study finds housing and heating allowances inadequate news
Dec 03, 2015
Rick Karlin is reporting at Capitol Confidential the Empire Justice Center has released a report urging an increase in housing and heating allowances for those on public assistance. A study conducted...
Tuesday headlines news
Aug 16, 2011
Cuomo signs ethics bill Governor Andrew Cuomo today signed into law the "Public Integrity Reform Act of 2011," creating new regulations around ethical issues in New York. "Today's signing is a major...
Weekend in review news
Jun 10, 2013
Some of the stories that made the news, June 7 to June 10: Brian Nearing reported in the Times Union the owners of TCI of New York have set up temporary shop at the Port of Coeymans on the Hudson R...
CBC watching bills in Albany news
May 04, 2018
David Lombardo reports for Capitol Confidential that the Citizens Budget Commission is now tracking legislative bills that attempt to expand economic development. The state has many development progra...
Tuesday headlines news
May 17, 2011
Residents raise money for trail extension Bart Ziegler, from Hillsdale, and Nancy Schultz, of Copake, are forming the Copake Hillsdale Rail Trail Alliance, to raise funds to extend the Harlem Valley...
Greene Co. gets $700K for security, training news
Feb 05, 2015
Ryan Anglim is reporting in The Daily Mail Greene County has been awarded grants from the New York State Division of Homeland Security and FEMA totaling more than $700,000. Greene County Department Em...
Catskill village awarded flood planning funds news
Oct 27, 2015
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="740"] Catskill Point(From www.clui.org)[/caption] Jim Planck is reporting in The Daily Mail the village of Catskill has been awarded a total of $68,000 in th...
Sessions threatens sanctuary cities; Hudson reacts news
Mar 30, 2017
Rosa Acheson reports in the Register-Star that Hudson Police Chief L. Edward Moore again expressed opposition to Hudson's sanctuary city status on March 28 after U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions sa...
Cuomo announces a free tuition program news
Jan 04, 2017
Jesse McKinley reports in The New York Times that Gov. Andrew Cuomo announce a plan for free tuition at state colleges to New Yorkers with families making $125,000 or less annually. Cuomo pivots left...
Sheldon Silver out as speaker Monday news
Jan 28, 2015
Matthew Hamilton is reporting at Capitol Confidential Assembly Democrats emerged from more than 10 hours of deliberations Tuesday night to announce that the speaker’s post will be vacant Mon., Feb. 2....
Catskill Community Center in dire need of repair news
Jul 18, 2017
Daniel Zuckerman is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the Catskill Community Center building, located at 344 Main Street in the village, is in dire need of repair. Among the issues plaguing the stru...
NIMBYism hits the Solar Revolution news
Jan 11, 2011
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="200" caption="NIMBYism in Clifton Park... Image by Cindy Scultz of Times Union."]
Columbia County Council on the Arts closes news
Feb 21, 2017
Roger Hannigan Gilson is reporting in the Register-Star the Columbia County Council on the Arts officially closed Mon., Feb. 20. The group cited the departure of its executive director, along with the...
Prattsville begins rebuilding in July news
Mar 16, 2014
Michael Ryan reports in the Windham Journal that Prattsville, the Greene County town nearly wiped off the map by the storms surrounding Hurricane Irene, begins rebuilding this summer. On March 10, tow...
Hudson voters asked to pay for school roofs news
Feb 06, 2010
Lynn Sloneker at unmuffled reports that voters in Hudson will be asked in May by the Hudson City Board of Education to pay to replace roofs at John L. Edwards Primary School, M.C. Smith Intermediate S...