Public Housing in Hudson Is Falling Apart
Conditions at Bliss Tower and Columbia Apartments are notoriously poor. But an ambitious plan to demolish and replace the buildings is in the worksthough theres a long road ahead.
By Roger Hannigan Gilson
Tags: Economy, Housing
The Future of New York's Weed Market According to 4 Legacy Market Operators
Hiking Post-COVID: Rules of the Trail for 2021
Tags: Outdoors, leave no trace, hiking, trail closures, hiking trail, rail trail, empire state trail., Web Only
Coronavirus Roundup: Universal Vaccine Eligibility for Adults Is Here in New York
All New Yorkers 16 and up can get a vaccine starting tomorrow. Plus: New travel guidance from the CDC, positive news on child vaccinations, and a note on the future of the roundup.
By Lissa Harris, Phillip Pantuso and Roger Hannigan Gilson
Tags: Health, COVID19
Mud in the Water: The Fight Over Turbidity in Esopus Creek
NYC regularly discharges turbid water from the Ashokan Reservoir into the Esopus before it reaches faucets in the city. Some environmentalists say the practice has negative effects.
Tags: Environment, Water
Coronavirus Roundup: Billionaires in Charge, Surprising Hospitalization Trends
By Lissa Harris, Phillip Pantuso, Roger Hannigan Gilson and Annemarie Durkin
Coronavirus Roundup: Ramping Up Remdesivir, Contact Tracing Program
By Lissa Harris, Roger Hannigan Gilson and Annemarie Durkin
Local Death Highlights Difficulty of Tracking COVID-19 Cases
Records & Books: Everything Nice in Ellenville
Morning Sunshine! Coffee, Pastries, and Groceries at Ellenville's Newest Cafe/Market
Sake Brewery Dassai Blue Opens in Hyde Park
Corporate Spirits Brands Make a Bid for Hudson Valley Distilleries
Remembering Beacon's West End