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A Guide to Business Reopenings in the Hudson Valley and Beyond

A Guide to Business Reopenings in the Hudson Valley and Beyond

A list of ten businesses set to reopen their doors post Coronavirus.


The Hudson Valley and Northeast's Museums Start Reopening

Hudson Valley museums adapted to life under lockdown by going digital, now they are slowly reopening with abundant safety precautions, reduced capacity, and the lessons of virtual programming under their belts.


COVID-19 Response Winners

Winners of the readers’ choice awards for their Covid-19 community response.


Witness to History: Rhinebeck Neighbors During COVID19

Amy Wu, Award-Winning Journalist and Filmmaker, Documents Her Neighbors During the Pandemic
Award-winning journalist and filmmaker and Rhinebeck resident Amy Wu has been interviewing one neighbor a day during the pandemic and taking their portraits, for a series in collaboration with the Starr Library called "Witness to History."


Two Potential Treatments for COVID-19 Unfold in the Hudson Valley

Two potential treatments for the novel coronavirus are taking root, right in our backyard. Dr. Richard Horowitz of Hyde Park islooking into alternative remedies and Regeneron in Westchester has shifted significant resources into COVID-related projects.


Columbia Memorial Health's ER Is a Vital Community Resource Amid the Pandemic

Columbia Memorial Health in Hudson prepared for a wave of coronavirus patients that never hit.


When Will the Libraries Reopen?

The Conflicting Guidance on Reopening Libraries in NYS
A library is a space for quiet reflection and research, but it also provides a sense of community: a safe space where children and teens can enjoy afternoon programs, a free resource for adults to further their careers, a haven for introverts who enjoy the calm of being among neighbors without the mundane small talk.


COVID-19 Cripples Hudson Valley Tourism

While the Hudson Valley would normally be ramping up to receive the annual rush of summer visitors, the tourism industry is at a total standstill under COVID-19 restrictions. We check in with area venues, hoteliers, and other tourism businesses to understand the current state of affairs.


Changes in the Labor Department: Pregnant in a Pandemic

Pregnant women are experiencing unexpected challenges as the coronavirus hits the healthcare system.


The Chaplain’s Job

Rabbi Neal Loevinger, director of spiritual care at Vassar Brothers Medical Center, talks ministering under COVID.


Hudson Valley Food Pantries Feed Growing Need

Demand for Food Assistance Programs Continues to Rise as COVID-19 Tightens its Stronghold on America
Food banks across the country are experiencing an unprecedented surge in those seeking food assistance amid the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis. With a skyrocketing demand for food assistance, food banks operating with limited staff, budget, and resources have had to scramble to continue to serve their communities.


Feeding the Front Line

Despite Taking a Hard Economic Hit, Hudson Valley Eateries Take the Lead to Feed Health Care Workers
Even as restaurants in the Hudson Valley struggle to stay afloat, subsisting on pick up and delivery service alone, they are taking the lead in feeding the front line, delivering meals to health care workers and hospital throughout the region.


Hitting the Dimmer Switch: Lite Brite Pares Down Operations to Carry On During COVID-19

With a partially furloughed and work-at-home staff, the Kingston art manufacturing company Lite Brite Neon is keeping the lights burning throughout the COVID-19 shutdown.


COVID-19 Forces Hudson Valley Private Schools Into Unchartered Territory

On March 25, Chronogram hosted a video roundtable with local heads of private schools to talk about the educational and institutional challenges posed by the coronavirus outbreak.


Greene County's "Take Out Week" Initiative Aims to Support Local Restaurants

Greene County Chamber initiates Take-Out Weeks to support local restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic.


These Hudson Valley Distilleries Are Pumping Out Hand Sanitizer

Local distilleries in the Mid-Hudson Valley have switched gears to make hand sanitize amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.



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