A disease that has killed several deer in Hudson may be responsible for taking the lives of more than 700 deer over a seven-county area, state Department of Environmental Conservation spokesman Jomo Miller said Friday.
Images of the 9/11 attacks are burned into the minds of all Americans old enough to remember it. But 20 years later, people in New York City that day remember the odors: of the water, of burned wires, of lost humanity.
CATSKILL — Over three fiscal years, the town of Great Barrington, Massachusetts, has garnered more than $6.7 million in sales tax revenue and community impact fees from cannabis sales, the town finance director told the Select Board on Aug. 23.
NASSAU — Eight teenagers from Greene County have been arrested and charged in connection with a reported gang assault that occurred on July 31 in Nassau, Rensselaer County Sheriff Patrick A. Russo said Thursday.
HUNTER — A Long Island woman became the 19th hiker rescued by state Forest Rangers in Greene County this year after she was injured Monday while hiking in Hunter, state Department of Environmental Conservations spokesman Jeff Wernick said.
ATHENS — The town council deadlocked 2-2 on a vote to rescind a 5-year-old resolution to hand management of the Athens Community Center from the village to the town, with one board member absent from the meeting.
POUGHKEEPSIE — Kyle Van De Water, the former 19th Congressional District candidate who unsuccessfully challenged U.S. Rep. Antonio Delgado, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said Wednesday.
HUDSON — Amtrak trains running from New York City to the Albany-Rensselaer area — including stops in Hudson — resumed operation Tuesday morning after torrential, wind-driven rain and flooding from Hurricane Ida halted service for several days.
U.S. Army Maj. Kyle Van De Water, former New York’s 19th Congressional District against U.S. Rep. Antonio Delgado who rescinded his intent for a rematch fewer than two weeks ago, has died at the age of 41, officials said.
ALBANY — Good-government groups came out in force to oppose temporary changes to the state Open Meetings Law, sounding the alarm about potential threats to governmental transparency and pressing officials to hold a public hearing while localities lean on remote meetings during the COVID-19 p…
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