• 0

HUDSON — Agricultural Literacy Week has been celebrated by New York Agriculture in the Classroom (NYAITC) for the past 17 years as a way to promote agricultural literacy and learning to students across New York State. Each year, with the help of county-based coordinators, thousands of volunt…

  • 0

WHITE PLAINS — ArtsWestchester CEO Janet Langsam announced the launch of a major new competitive artist grant program, Voices for Change, in which three artists each will be awarded grants of $10,000 to propose and actualize new works.

  • 0

GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center is adding a virtual concert performed by the band We Banjo 3 to its programming schedule, streamed from Pearse Lyons Distillery in Dublin, Ireland, on Saturday, March 13 at 5pm. Tickets purchased through the Mahaiwe benefit it in part.

  • 0

“Nomadland,” the sober, provocative third feature from writer-director Chloe Zhao, is a recreational-vehicle drama with a superior air hanging above it. In the 1960s and 1970s, America was discovered on motorcycles. Today’s castoffs, dropouts and rebels drive vans. You know something superio…

  • 0

EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

  • 0

EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

  • 0

EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

  • 0

SAUGERTIES — State Senator Michelle Hinchey (SD-46) and members of her Constituent Services Team this week visited area nursing homes and long-term care facilities in Albany, Greene, Montgomery, Schenectady, and Ulster counties to safely deliver Valentine’s Day cards written by students and …

  • Updated
  • 0

HUDSON — For the past seven years, The Columbia County KISS Program has been offering seniors the opportunity to shred their sensitive documents free of charge by dropping their documents off at their local town halls. 2020 proved to be a year unlike any other with Covid-19 striking and clos…

  • 0

ALBANY - The New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services’ Office of Fire Prevention and Control today urged all New Yorkers to protect themselves from extreme cold temperatures forecast to impact much of the state through Saturday evening and use extra caution when em…

  • 0

EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

  • 0

ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON — Bard College announces the appointment of Kobena Mercer as the Charles P. Stevenson Chair in Art History and the Humanities, a joint appointment between the Art History and Visual Culture Program in the undergraduate College, and the Center for Curatorial Studies (CCS).…

  • 0

ALBANY — Barton & Loguidice (B&L), a northeast regional engineering, planning, environmental and landscape architecture firm announces that two members of the firm’s Albany office have received promotions in 2021.

  • 0

EDITOR’S NOTE: Most events and meetings are cancelled due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.

  • 0

KINGSTON — RUPCO, a Hudson Valley nonprofit agency that leads the region in the creation of affordable housing and community development, is commemorating its 40th Anniversary in 2021. While the official anniversary celebration will take place at RUPCO’s annual Community Lunch in the fall, a…