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The River: Regional Journalism of National Relevance 

Support the Kickstarter Campaign for Our New Newsroom

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The River is a new project from the makers of Chronogram dedicated to providing in-depth coverage from a regional perspective on issues of national importance—stories on politics and society, social justice, the environment, the economy, education, and health.

This ad-free, no-paywall newsroom is a project of Luminary Media and part of the First Fleet of Civil newsrooms, powered by blockchain technology. No matter which Hudson Valley town or city you live in, there are issues that can only be tackled from a higher vantage point. We need a source of news meant to give us common ground as citizens and a clear understanding of the issues we face together as a region.

Our website is now live with new stories, and our Kickstarter campaign is now live too! From now through December 1, we will be rallying to raise $20,000 to get our newsroom up and running.

The best time to become a member supporter of The River is now during our Kickstarter campaign »

Our communities need reliable news, now more than ever. We want to make that a reality through The River. By getting involved—becoming a member, and supporting news, you make the Hudson Valley a better place to live, work, and play. Support us!

The River is a community asset serving our readers, and your families, friends, and colleagues. If you have questions, let’s find some answers. Email Us Your Story Ideas.

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