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Greene County suffering a worker shortage news
Aug 27, 2021
Andrea Macko is reporting for Porcupine Soup Greene County businesses cannot find enough help. “It’s not just Greene County, it’s everywhere,” said Jeff Friedman, president and executive director of t...
Dutchess officials propose farmland preservation measure news
Aug 31, 2021
MidHudson News is reporting Dutchess County Legislature Chairman Gregg Pulver and county executive Marc Molinaro have announced a proposal to invest $1.2 million to preserve farmland in the county. Th...
Public meetings in Hoosick Falls class action to be held next week news
Sep 01, 2021
Brendan J. Lyons is reporting for the Times Union two informational meetings for the public will be held September 8 and 9, about the proposed $65 million settlement in a class action lawsuit filed ag...
Hochul wants special legislative session to focus on three issues news
Sep 01, 2021
Sarah Taddeo reports in the Democrat and Chronicle that Gov. Kathy Hochul officially announced a special session of the legislature that begins Sept. 1. She said three issues will be the focus of the...
Renovations begin on former Thomson House Resort, now Wylder Windham news
Sep 07, 2021
Michael DeMasi reports in the Albany Business Review that the former Thomson House Resort, a 141-year-old, 110-room resort on Route 296 in Windham, has begun renovations. Wylder Hotels of Los Angeles...
As COVID cases continue, state prepares booster shot rollout news
Sep 08, 2021
Nick Reisman reports at New York State of Politics that Gov. Kathy Hochul says that New York is doing fairly well in the latest wave of COVID-19 cases. While hospitals in some parts of the country are...
Hudson receives grant to address rising sea levels news
Sep 14, 2021
Sam Raudins is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the state Department of Environmental Conservation has awarded the Hudson Valley Collaborative $125,000 to craft a longterm solution to rising sea le...
Over 1,000 Afghan refugees could be coming to New York news
Sep 16, 2021
Nick Reisman reports at New York State of Politics that up to 1,143 Afghan refugees could be relocating to New York, said Gov. Kathy Hochul on Sept. 16. The number of refugees is based on new guidance...
Columbia Children’s Center's director removed; license pending revocation news
Sep 19, 2021
Bill Williams is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Nancy H. Smith, founder and director of the Columbia Children’s Center in Greenport, is no longer with the center, acting director Emma S. Herzhaus...
Hochul announces plan to license more school bus drivers news
Sep 20, 2021
Lauren Stanforth is reporting for the Times Union Gov. Kathy Hochul's office September 19, announced a multi-agency plan to get needed drivers into school buses statewide. The effort includes reaching...
Employees at Hunter Mountain will be vaccinated this ski season news
Sep 25, 2021
Porcupine Soup reports that Hunter Mountain, a large employer on the mountaintop in Greene County, will require employees and dining guests to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Vail Resorts made the...
Coeymans officials making plan to link the town park and country club news
Sep 27, 2021
Melanie Lekocevic is reporting for Capital Region Independent Media Coeymans town officials are working with a local business to create a trail system for walking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing...
Voting begins Oct. 23 in town, county elections news
Oct 06, 2021
Voting this year begins Oct. 23, and ends Nov. 2, with town posts, countywide positions, and a few state Supreme Court seats at stake. In Greene County, the Board of Elections office on the fourth flo...
Environmental groups want more time to comment on proposed Catskills biofuel plant news
Oct 08, 2021
Roger Hannigan Gilson reports in the Times Union that environmental advocates want more time for the public comment period for a proposed biofuel plant near Prattsville in Delaware County. Hughes Ener...
Doris Duke Foundation awards $500K for the preservation of 77 acres in Round Top news
Oct 10, 2021
Andrea Macko is reporting for Porcupine Soup the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation announced October 7, a gift of $500,000 to the Stephen Petronio Company for the preservation of a 77-acre parcel in Ro...