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CATSKILL — COVID-19 hospitalizations plunged to a single resident in Greene County on June 24, the lowest figure in the county since July 2021.

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LEEDS — A family is homeless after a fire that started in an electrical plug strip destroyed their mobile home on Tuesday morning, Leeds fire chief Cory Birk said.

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HUDSON — A Hudson man who had been reported missing Monday evening was safely located in New York City on Tuesday morning.

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CATSKILL — Three Greene County residents were arrested over the weekend on drug possession charges after a traffic stop early Saturday morning in Catskill, said Steven Nevel, public information officer for state police Troop F.

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SAUGERTIES — A family is homeless after fire tore through their Saugerties home early Saturday morning, said Kevin Drescher, fire chief for the Saxton Fire District.

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CHATHAM — A Capital Region man was arrested on felony charges following a nearly year-long investigation into a terroristic threat incident in Chatham last summer.

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CATSKILL — After a five-year tenure, Catskill Central School District Superintendent Ronel Cook is set to depart, with a search to name his replacement already underway.

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ATHENS — An off-duty Columbia County 911 dispatcher and three employees at Peckham Industries in Athens are being credited with saving the life of a co-worker after the man experienced a medical emergency on the job.

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TAGHKANIC — A Columbia County firefighter was awarded a scholarship from the Firefighters Association of the State of New York.

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CLAVERACK — With the lifting of two final COVID-19 restrictions, the Columbia-Greene Humane Society has returned to where it was before the pandemic broke out, said Ron Perez, president and CEO of the shelter.

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CLAVERACK — With the lifting of two final COVID-19 restrictions, the Columbia-Greene Humane Society has returned to where it was before the pandemic broke out, said Ron Perez, president and CEO of the shelter.

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BETHEL — Brock Hathaway is the type of person who does not let any obstacles get in his way.

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Women, local Planned Parenthood leaders and other officials Friday condemned or praised the U.S. Supreme Court’s 6-3 decision to overturn the landmark 1973 ruling Roe v. Wade.

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Editor's note: This article reflects a correction to a statement made by Columbia County Chamber of Commerce President and CEO William Gerlach regarding the number of baby boomers who have retired since the pandemic started, which he said is 2 million.

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GREENVILLE — A phone-free music festival is set to arrive in Greenville this weekend, as the Over Yondr Festival kicks off Friday.

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Close to 900 seniors in Greene and Columbia counties will receive diplomas as graduation ceremonies are held at all 12 public schools on Friday night and Saturday morning.

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A Supreme Court ruling Thursday in favor of gun rights advocates has riled New York State leaders, who have vowed to pass new gun laws, while local police officials are reviewing the ruling.

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CLERMONT — Out of concerns for safety, Columbia County officials have made the decision to close a bridge in the southern part of the county.

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GREENVILLE — State Sen. Michelle Hinchey is partnering with Assemblyman Chris Tague to bring a third edition of the senator’s veterans resource fair to Greene County on Thursday.

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CAIRO — With paving work completed at Angelo Canna Town Park, the Town of Cairo is looking ahead to two more projects to expand the town’s recreational offerings.

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COXSACKIE - A proposed law that would regulate the sale of cannabis in the town of Coxsackie board will be aired at a public hearing scheduled for July 12, town officials said Tuesday.

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Two historic homes in Greene and Columbia counties have been recommended for addition to the State and National Registers of Historic Places.

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CATSKILL — The Greene County Cruisers’ annual car show has special meaning this year as it will raise money for Catskill High School senior Nahviya Chapple, 18, a day after she receives her high school diploma.

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HUDSON — Cement barriers will return to Warren Street when arrangements are completed, Hudson Mayor Kamal Johnson said Tuesday.

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NEW YORK — Gov. Kathy Hochul signed the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Act on Monday establishing courses of action for denying or abridging the right of any member of a protected class to vote and providing assistance to language-minority groups.

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GREENVILLE — Multiple fire companies from Greene and Albany counties were at the scene of a large fire in Greenville on Sunday.

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BALLSTON — An inmate who is awaiting trial at the Greene County Jail on murder charges has been arrested on multiple felony charges, including arson and burglary, for an incident in 2017, in Saratoga County.

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PHILMONT — Five men from three area counties including two from the Capital Region were arrested on felony weapons possession charges over the weekend in Columbia County, state police said.

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ITHACA — With the rising cost of goods shining a spotlight on labor and manufacturing issues, 19th Congressional District Democratic primary candidate Josh Riley rolled out an endorsement this week from the Communications Workers of America (CWA) District 1 labor union.

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CATSKILL — Greene County celebrated five standout county employees Wednesday as a team of fraud detection specialists and a deputy from the Greene County Sheriff’s Office were recognized for their service to the public.

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CATSKILL — The Greene County Legislature gave the go-ahead to a green energy financing program on Wednesday that will allow investors to secure loans for environmentally friendly building upgrades.

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CLAVERACK — Two men were taken to area hospitals following a two-car accident in Claverack on Wednesday.