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Woman fatally injured in Columbia County crash

KINDERHOOK, N.y. >> A Columbia County woman was fatally injured Wednesday night in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Route 9, according to state police. State police at Livingston said in a press release that Alicia M. Fernandez, 41, of Hudson was driving south on Route 9 near Birch Drive around 7:58 p.m

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-11-23 05:00:00

'Christmas in Livingston' scheduled for Dec. 1

LIVINGSTON, N.Y. >> The Township of Livingston will kick off the holiday season by hosting its annual "Christmas in Livingston" celebration on Dec. 1. At 5 p.m., the Linlithgo Reformed Church on Church Road will hold a supper with a choice of soups, tossed salad and fresh baked bread. Freewill offer

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Legacy of former Congressman Hinchey, environmental advocate, lives on

Former Rep. Maurice D. Hinchey, who had been battling a terminal neurological disorder, died on Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. Hinchey was an environmental advocate during his 38 years in Congress and the state Assembly. Abbott Brant/Poughkeepsie Journal Wochit A supporter of dredging PCB contamination

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL - 2017-11-23 16:57:31

Former Congressman Maurice Hinchey has died

SAUGERTIES - Former Congressman Maurice Hinchey, a champion of the environment who served 20 years in Congress and 18 years in the state Assembly, died at home Wednesday afternoon, according to a statement from his wife, Ilene Marder. Hinchey, 79, was diagnosed this year with a progressive and fatal

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-11-22 23:00:19

Environmental groups propose safety measures for Hudson

Environmental groups are recommending a variety of safety initiatives to further protect the Hudson River, including limiting where barges and tankers can anchor on the Hudson. Recommendations from Riverkeeper, Scenic Hudson and Hudson River Sloop Clearwater include further traffic management and co

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 20:36:29

Saugerties official says state wants temporary water line running to Comfort Inn buried

SAUGERTIES, N.Y. >> Village officials are waiting for the owner of Howard Johnson's on state Route 32 to bury a temporary water line that runs to the Comfort Inn. The update was provided during a Village Board meeting. Water Department Superintendent Mike Hopf said the state Health Department has or

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-11-23 05:00:00

Runners gear up for Hospice's Turkey Trot

Before sitting down and loosening their belts for dinner Thursday, many locals will be tightening their laces to run in the fifth annual Turkey Trot for Hospice in Oneonta. Catskill Area Hospice and Palliative Care, a nonprofit that services Otsego, Delaware and Schoharie counties, organizes the eve

DAILY STAR - 2017-11-22 01:30:00

Holiday on Main offers Santa, hayrides and more

Holiday on Main takes place in Margaretville on Saturday, Nov. 25, starting at 11 a.m. Shop owners will offer many special attractions, and numerous fun activities are planned throughout the day. Holiday on Main, hosted by the Business Association of Margaretville, is held in conjunction with Small


Gainesville authorities investigating suspicious car fires

A woman reported someone trying to burn her vehicle to Gainesville Police, while the city fire department is investigating a separate car fire. Gainesville Police took the first report around 5 p.m. Friday on Vineyard Way, where the woman reported finding "burnt paper in her fuel cap" of her Dodge C


Gainesville Jaycees seek nominations for Young Woman of the Year, Young Man of the Year

The Gainesville Jaycees are seeking candidate nominations for 2017 Young Woman of the Year and Young Man of the Year awards. The recipients will be honored at the Jaycees' Annual Young Man Young Woman Awards Ceremony held on Feb. 15 at the Chattahoochee Country Club. Candidates must be under the age

GAINESVILLE TIMES - 2017-11-22 02:20:00

Holiday shopping arrives with Thanksgiving, Black Friday

The holiday shopping season is now upon us. "I love Black Friday shopping," said Debbie Clark, a Gainesville resident and teacher at Johnson High School. But it's not just the day after Thanksgiving that has Clark energized. She got a jump start on the doorbuster deals on Wednesday at Lakeshore Mall

GAINESVILLE TIMES - 2017-11-22 20:56:48

Gas leak shuts down Peachtree Boulevard

The closure could last between 3-10 hours. CHAMBLEE, GA - All lanes have been closed on Peachtree Boulevard (State Route 141) between Miller Drive and Chamblee Tucker Road due to a gas leak. Chamblee Police say you can gain access to Peachtree Blvd from Malone and Sexton Woods Drive is restricted.

WXIA 11 ALIVE - 2017-11-23 13:48:00

FBI: 2 members of violent robbery crew targeting Asian businesses arrested

ATLANTA -Two members of a violent robbery suspected of targeting Asian-owned businesses in the metro Atlanta area have been arrested, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The FBI said 22-year-old Tabyron Rashad Smith was taken into custody Tuesday at a home in Fairburn, Ga.; 22-year-old

WXIA 11 ALIVE - 2017-11-23 02:21:00

OlympiActs keeps seniors' minds, bodies active

Seniors at Lanier Village Estates in Gainesville competed in Olympics-style games last week. More than 100 seniors from five retirement communities across Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina completed Nov. 15 in the OlympiActs. "It is a great way to compete different communities in the same r


Gas prices up, busy roads expected for Thanksgiving

Gas prices are at their highest level for the week of Thanksgiving since 2014. Even so, the number of Americans hitting the road for this year's holiday will jump 20 percent, according to GasBuddy's holiday travel survey. AAA is expecting 45.5 million people to travel by car this holiday weekend, th

GAINESVILLE TIMES - 2017-11-21 23:15:17

New Enota rentals use lumber from razed historical house

It was a sad day for some longtime Gainesville residents to see workers demolish the historic Pierce House this summer. Many thought that the century-old, two-story white house perched on a hill at 551 Jesse Jewell Parkway - which stayed standing after the 1936 tornado ripped through the city - woul


High school DJ is setting the bar high

Katrina Anderson didn't expect her son to fall in love with music when she bought him mixing equipment five years ago. Ty Anderson, now a 14-year-old Indian Trail High School and Academy student, wants to be a professional DJ and spends his free time mixing music. "I think it's great," she said. "It

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

OUR VIEW: A thankful community

Today is a day we set aside to be thankful. We're sure everyone has his or her own list of items to be thankful for, but we have a list of things almost all of us can celebrate. This list is no doubt incomplete, but perhaps it will serve as a reminder of other things that we can be grateful to share

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Giving thanks for the celebration of life

Thanksgiving is a great reminder that work is required to achieve a family feast. But even more that nothing of value can happen without effort. Family love is the highest such goal. Who could not say that the addition of a child doesn't make the day even more worthwhile? A woman in Milwaukee recent

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Gordon desires to help hometown with Genesis Project

The "genesis" of a new movement to end homelessness in Kenosha County is gaining ground with support from Los Angeles Chargers Pro Bowl running back Melvin Gordon and the endorsement of Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser. The Genesis Project, initiated by Gordon's uncle Jerry Jones, is an effort t

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 21:00:00