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Co-op now offers discount propane prices in Columbia County
HUDSON – A Saratoga County-based fuel and propane cooperative that serves home heating customers in the Capital Region announced it is now offering Columbia County residents propane at a discount price.
NYSP arrests man accused of driving vehicle without license plates
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) - New York State Police arrested a man they say was driving a vehicle without any license plates. Police say during the traffic stop, Allen Jordan, 25, gave troopers a fictitious Texas Temporary Registration. Jordan also had a suspended driver's license.
‘The Marvelous Wonderettes’
HUDSON — “The Marvelous Wonderettes” is a cotton-candy-colored, non-stop pop musical. It takes the audience to the 1958 Springfield High School prom where we meet the Wonderettes — four girls with hopes and dreams as big as their crinoline skirts and voices to match. We learn about their lives and l
New York State May Not Be Done With Amazon
There could be another chapter in the Amazon story for New York, even if the setting isn’t Queens or even any other borough but rather somewhere else in the state, Newsday reports.
Craving Thai? Check out these 4 new NYC spots
Looking for your next great Thai meal in New York City? These new spots will satisfy all your cravings. Here are the newest places to check out the next time you're in the mood for Thai food.
Pop band Why Don’t We to perform at Chevy Court during NY State Fair
SYRACUSE, NY — Pop quintet Why Don’t We brings its harmonies and hits to a debut performance at Chevy Court during the 2019 Great New York State Fair’s Chevrolet Music Festival at 2 p.m. Thursday, August 29. All performances on Chevy Court are free with Fair admission.
Saugerties father and son receive jail time for gun charges, making threats
Bruce and Conner Chargois, a father and son duo who were both given third-degree criminal possession of a weapon charges in late February of last year after the son posted threats to Saugerties High School online, have been sentenced to six months and two years respectively in state prison. Both wil
Police: Hudson Valley Man Drove With License Suspended 24 Times
A Hudson Valley man is behind bars without bail for allegedly driving his license suspended 24 times. On Valentine's Day around 9:50 a.m., 43-year-old Luther T. Demonia of Lake Katrine was arrested for driving a motor vehicle which was stopped for having a suspended New York State registration.
New York State STAR program reimbursement by county
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) - The New York Department of Taxation released the latest data on the number of School Tax Relief (STAR) reimbursements by county. The latest data shows the number and amount of rebates for 2017. Hover over each county to see the number of basic exemptions, amount of basic reim
Cuomo plan seeks justice for women
ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday unveiled the 2019 Women’s Justice Agenda, a package of proposals targeting reproductive, economic and social justice reforms for women in New York state.
Bowling: Chris' Lawn Care & Therapist win Saugerties Boys & Girls Club tournament
SAUGERTIES, N.Y. — Chris' Lawn Care and Therapist won the handicap and scratch team titles, respectively, in the 13th annual Saugerties Boys & Girls Club Bowling Tournament at the Bowlers Club.
Upstate NY lawmakers rally public to save state prisons
A group of Upstate NY lawmakers has started a petition to rally the public against Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan for shutting down up to three state prisons by Labor Day. North Country Sen. Patty Ritchie is leading the online petition drive with Assemblymen Ken Blankenbush, of Carthage, and Mark Walczyk,
Developers Scrap Plans For Massive Red Hook Waterfront Offices
RED HOOK, BROOKLYN — Developers planning to turn a large waterfront property in Red Hook into a seven-acre office campus have scrapped the idea two years after construction started on the project, according to reports.
Study of City Hall accessibility to be completed by summer
HUDSON – The city will spend $32,000 to look at improvements and renovations necessary to make City Hall compliant with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act. The Hudson Common Council approved a resolution Tuesday that would authorize Mayor Rick Rector to enter into a contract with an archite
Republican Candidate at Center of Fraud Inquiry Calls for New Congressional Election in North Carolina
RALEIGH, N.C. — Mark Harris, the Republican candidate for Congress in North Carolina whose campaign funded an illegal voter-turnout operation, on Thursday called for a new election.
Kingston receives grant for housing assistance
KINGSTON, N.Y. — The city has received a grant from the Local Initiatives Support Corporation to assist Kingston residents who may be having difficulty meeting their housing financial obligations.
Return of an Ulster County landfill?
Most of us beyond a certain age can remember that resounding war cry when Ulster County attempted, and failed, to locate a county landfill at Winston Farm just west of the Thruway exit in Saugerties. Protest songs were written. “Dump, dump the garbage dump!” and “Dump here? Never!” echoed all throug
Folds, Alert help C-GCC edge Adirondack
GREENPORT -- In a game that featured 13 lead changes in the second half alone, it all came down to clutch free throws by a pair of former Hudson High standouts that proved to be the difference in Columbia-Greene Community College's 87-83 victory over SUNY-Adirondack on Thursday.
Historic acquisition on horizon in Catskill
CATSKILL — One of the two final loans from the Greene County Legislature through the Community Development Block Grant Program will fund a history-making business acquisition in the village of Catskill.
Ulster County food pantries aid families receiving SNAP benefits
KINGSTON, N.Y. — Kingston-area residents who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and are struggling this month due to early distribution of benefits from the recent partial shutdown of the federal government are encouraged to visit any food pantry to receive grocery items or any