Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
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Coxsackie-Athens to open new, expanded pre-K program news
Jan 04, 2022
Ted Remsnyder is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the Coxsackie-Athens School District is now able to offer a new and expanded pre-kindergarten program during the new year, in large part due to a $...
10th delay for former Prattsville supervisor's trial news
Jan 12, 2022
Andrea Macko reports for Porcupine Soup that, for the tenth time, the federal trial of former Prattsville Town Supervisor Kory O’Hara and local businessman Stephen Baker has been delayed. The two are...
Catskill Mountain HDC awarded $98K RESTORE grant news
Jan 23, 2022
Andrea Macko is reporting for Porcupine Soup Catskill Mountain Housing Development Corporation is among the nonprofits and municipalities in New York to be awarded a total of $25 million in state gran...
Great Barrington moving forward with Du Bois statue news
Jan 24, 2022
Felix Carroll is reporting for The Berkshire Eagle an independent group of Great Barrington residents are looking to revive a yearslong initiative to honor native son, W.E.B. Du Bois. The focal point...
Tonko praises infrastructure spending news
Feb 09, 2022
Shaniece Holmes-Brown reports in the Times Union that Rep. Paul Tonko held an online press conference Feb. 5. The Democrat who represents Albany County and other Capital Region areas in the 20th Congr...
Cairo moving forward with plans for community center news
Feb 11, 2022
Ted Remsnyder is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Cairo town officials are moving forward with a plan to convert a former martial arts facility into a community center. In November, the town purcha...
Audio Feature: WGXC Congressional Report news
Feb 14, 2022
Here is this week's WGXC Congressional Report, tracking the votes, statements, positions, and campaigns of the representatives and candidates for the 19th and 20th Congressional seats in New York. Cur...
Cairo qualifies for $1.6M to pay for water projects news
Feb 23, 2022
Ted Remsnyder is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media that the town of Cairo has qualified for $1.6 million in state-financed, interest-free loans for water infrastructure projects for the town’s compl...
Community solar coming to Columbia County news
Mar 02, 2022
Emilia Teasdale is reporting for The Columbia Paper the Kinderhook Town Board on February 7, approved a motion to support the Community Solar Campaign recently okayed by the Columbia County Board of S...
Two candidates competing to serve as Ravena mayor news
Mar 14, 2022
Melanie Lekocevic is reporting for Capital Region Independent Media two candidates will face off in the Ravena village mayoral election on Tue., Mar. 15. Incumbent Bill Misuraca is seeking his third t...
O’Hara and Baker pleading guilty in Prattsville fraud case news
Mar 30, 2022
Andrea Macko reports in Porcupine Soup that former Prattsville Town Supervisor Kory O’Hara will plead guilty to one count of the federal indictment against him. But which charge O’Hara is pleading gui...
Tannersville may rent harvester from Saugerties to clear Rip Van Winkle Lake news
Apr 01, 2022
Paul Kirby is reporting for the Daily Freeman officials in Saugerties are considering whether to rent the village's aquatic weed harvesting boat to municipalities like Tannersville in an effort to fun...
Great Barrington, Sheffield PDs getting body cameras news
Apr 08, 2022
Heather Bellow is reporting for The Berkshire Eagle Great Barrington and Sheffield expect to be the first municipal police departments in Berkshire County, Mass., to have body-worn cameras for all off...
New Yorkers will soon be able to choose a gender-neutral 'X' on state forms news
Apr 17, 2022
Nick Reisman is reporting for State of Politics that New York state residents will be able to write a gender-neutral "X" on nearly all state forms beginning in 2023. The change was included...
Hudson schools loses funding for its afterschool program news
May 10, 2022
Noah Eckstein is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Hudson school district officials learned last week the afterschool program has lost its primary source of financial support, effective at the end o...