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“Fund balance is a good thing, rating agencies love to see that,” said Comptroller John Tuey. “But you have to balance that against the needs of taxpayers and saving them money going forward.”
It sounds more improbable than it actually is: a prosecutor, a criminal defense lawyer, an assistant DA, a city police detective and a chill dude bass player.
Officials at Planned Parenthood say that thousands of women in the Hudson Valley could lose access to health services like cancer screening and STD testing if a provision in the American Health Care Act that would cut off Medicaid funding to the century old family planning organization becomes law.
As if Ulster County taxpayers doling out $77.8 million a year in county property taxes weren’t enough, County Comptroller Elliott Auerbach revealed last week that some $2.2 million goes to line-item vacancies.
Superintendent Paul Padalino said the overall results showed the community was behind the direction the district is heading
In the Hudson Valley, ag still rules! A big early-20th-century barn has popped up at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck, reminding passersby on Route 9 that there’s much more there than the midway at the annual Dutchess County Fair.
Kingston Stockade FC dropped their season opener in a 3-1 loss to visiting Hartford City FC that was all but settled in the first eight minutes of rain-soaked action. It was a disappointing result, but not one likely to define Stockade’s first season under new head coach David Lindholm.
A bill making its way through the Ulster County Legislature would set new policy guidelines with the goal of restricting cooperation
What’s the perfect way to extend a winning streak to six games during the crucial stretch run toward the postseason? For Jeff Hayner, a senior pitcher for the Kingston High varsity baseball team, it’s throwing a perfect game.