Hudson’s Affordable Housing Project is Dead

The proposal to build a 77-unit affordable apartment complex in the City of Hudson crashed and burned Tuesday after the developer failed to convince the city’s Common Council to grant the project tax breaks. The Galvan Foundation, a non-profit developer and the city’s largest property owner, had worked since the beginning of the year with…

COVID-19 Update – Columbia & Greene Counties Open Further Wednesday as Protests Rage

This is a roundup of coronavirus news and announcements from New York State and Hudson Valley and Catskills counties co-produced with The River Newsroom. The following is for Tuesday, June 2. NEW YORK STATE 371,711 cases confirmed (941 new)2,113,777 tests performed (49,952 new)23,959 deaths (54 new)89,703 hospitalizations (overall)3,331 hospitalizations (current)999 ICU admissionsNew York State coronavirus…

Man Died of Suspected COVID-19 in County Days Ago

A renowned art critic died Sunday at his home in Craryville from complications arising from a suspected case of COVID-19. The death of Maurice Berger, 62, was confirmed by an administrator at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), where he taught. Berger died in Craryville four days ago, UMBC Director of Arts and Culture…

Hudson Valley COVID-19 Update: Tuesday Night 3/17

This is a roundup of coronavirus news and announcements from New York State and Hudson Valley and Catskills counties published on Tuesday, March 17. Produced in collaboration with The River Newsroom NEW YORK STATE 1,374 cases confirmed (424 new) New York State official pressroom Hotline: (888) 364-3065 Announced by New York State today: -Everyone in…

Hudson Valley COVID-19 Update: Monday Night 3/16

This is a roundup of coronavirus news and announcements from New York State and Hudson Valley and Catskills counties published on Monday, March 16. Produced in collaboration with The River Newsroom RESOURCES The River is compiling a list of resources that are helping folks manage during the coronavirus pandemic. The list is not comprehensive, but…