Hudson, NY


Albany Man Admits To $207K Unemployment Insurance Fraud

A Capital District man could spend decades in federal prison after admitting to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in COVID-19 pandemic-related unemployment insurance benefits. Kahleke Taylor, age 21, of Albany, pleaded guilty to mail fraud, wire fraud, and aggravated identity theft charges Tuesday, Aug. 9, in federal court in...

Harvest Home Dinners: Get them while they last

The Saugerties Farmers’ Market has been around for 21 years, and for 14 of them, its primary annual fundraiser has been the series of Harvest Home Dinners held in private homes in September and October. Tickets are now on sale for the 2022 edition, and 75 of the 90 seats are already filled, according to organizer Diane Congello-Brandes. So, you need to move fast.

Pets and Vets 8/10/22

It’s our Pets & Vets program this afternoon, and here to take your calls is Dr. Carrie O’Loughlin of Delmar Animal Hospital in Delmar, New York. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts. The number to call is 1-800-348-2551. You can also email your questions to

Garden Notes: Aug. 10, 2022

STOCKBRIDGE - Berkshire Botanical Garden presents the following upcoming programs. Thursdays in Aug. and Sept., “Thursday Afternoon Yoga in the Garden,” 5:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. through Sept. 15. Experience the Garden like never before with Yoga in the Garden classes. Free to all, and no registration required, this outdoor program is appropriate for all skill levels and is a perfect way to end the day. Classes are led by Kathi Cafiero, a certified Kripalu yoga teacher who has been instructing the physical and mental benefits of yoga for more than 20 years. No registration required. This is a free program. Please note all sessions are held outside and will not run in severe weather. Please check the website for updates; Monday, Aug. 15, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., “Music Monday’s.” This week it’s Union Jack. Tickets to Music Mondays are $10 for BBG members and $15 for non-members. Entrance is free for children 12 and under. Bring a picnic, a blanket or lawn chairs, stroll the grounds. Visit for tickets. Concerts will take place rain or shine, but in case of severe weather, concerts will be cancelled, and refunds given; Friday, Aug. 19, 11 a.m. to noon, “Family Fridays: The Wonder of Reptiles.” The program takes place on the Fitzpatrick lawn. Learn more about our scaly friends and meet some reptile special guests in person; Friday, Aug. 19, 5:30 p.m., “Nighthawks with Mass Audubon.” The program begins with a slideshow presentation on bird migration and common nighthawks followed by a relaxing evening of watching nighthawks make their way from the northeast to South America. Bring a folding chair to make the waiting for these birds comfortable. Binoculars and snacks could also be helpful additions. Cost is $15 members, $19 non-members. For more information, or to register, visit Botanical Garden is located at 5 West Stockbridge Road.

Winning numbers drawn in ‘Pick 10’ game

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) _ The winning numbers in Tuesday evening’s drawing of the New York Lottery’s “Pick 10” game were:. 02-10-12-19-20-23-26-39-42-43-53-54-56-57-59-60-63-77-78-80 (two, ten, twelve, nineteen, twenty, twenty-three, twenty-six, thirty-nine, forty-two, forty-three, fifty-three, fifty-four, fifty-six, fifty-seven, fifty-nine, sixty, sixty-three, seventy-seven, seventy-eight, eighty)

Group finds 29 big brown bats in Academy building

SALISBURY — As the sun went down over the Northwest Corner, the night sky came to life during the Bat Talk and Count on Thursday, Aug. 4, at the Academy Building on Main Street. Wildlife biologist and bat specialist Devaughn Fraser led the discussion at Scoville Memorial Library before...

Coeymans Hollow inaugural Steak Bake sells out

COEYMANS HOLLOW —The Coeymans Hollow Volunteer Fire Corporation held its first annual Steak Bake last Saturday and the event was a sell-out, according to fire officials. “We would like to extend our appreciation to the public who showed up to purchase a very delicious dinner,” fire corporation officials said in a statement.