You know the economy’s making big shifts, losing old business models, when a regional news website and one of the region’s top independent radio stations make paradigm-shifting announcements in the same week.
A neighbor says the easement should be straight, not curved as it’s marked on plans for the Country Meadows project on North St. in Saugerties
A standoff between a major insurer and a local healthcare network could leave hundreds of Hudson Valley residents scrambling to find new providers for hospital and home care services.
“I love what I’m doing,” she says. “I listen to what people tell me they want, and am building the business little by little. I really like to help people dress, and feel wonderful in what they wear.”
The effect of cheese on the brain has been compared to opiates. That’s a bit of an exaggeration, but there’s a reason people believed it…
The upscale shop, which for 13 years has symbolized the Mid-Hudson Valley’s growing interest in local food and increasing connection to New York City, will close its doors March 18.
Tuesday, February 28. Shrove Tuesday. Mardis Gras. The last day of Vidakafka.
The popular restaurant has been closed for some time. “It will almost be a new building” when all is said and done.
The town of Woodstock is using its existing zoning law to regulate short-term property rentals popularized by such websites as Airbnb and will shut down those who do not go through the proper permitting process or meet the definition of a bed-and-breakfast.
“The idea is to take these factories that have lain fallow for more than a generation and press them into service in a way that makes sense for today’s economy. That creates jobs and builds wealth in the community in the same way IBM did.”