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Albany Times Union
Fab 8's iPhone chances
GlobalFoundries said Thursday that it will start making next-generation computer chips with electronics giant Samsung at its Fab 8 plant at Luther Forest tech campus, instantly moving the facility into contention to make microprocessors for Apple's iPhone and other cutting-edge computing devices.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
RECORD Brings Innovation Conference to L.A.
Architectural Record will bring its acclaimed Innovation Conference to Los Angeles for the first time, on May 21. L.A. - a city known for blurring the boundaries between urbanism, architecture, and landscape - is the perfect place to host Breakthrough: Design at the Intersection of Art, Science & Technology .
In brief: Library to hold voter registration; LGBTQ group offers college scholarship
Applications for absentee ballots are available; call the library election clerk at 845-831-1134, ext.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
A Life Lived: Rosemary Sepe had a special touch with food and people
It seemed Rosemary "Mary" Sepe of Johnson City had a special way with food and people.
Mystery surrounds fatal fire at Domino's on Route 9
Authorities have yet to release the name of the victim killed in a fire at Domino's Pizza on Route 9. An autopsy was scheduled for this morning, so investigators can positively identify the victim and confirm a cause of death.
Valley View: Dutchess alliance conserves land, promotes business
Scenic Hudson and the Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce have forged a common agenda that unites economic development with safeguarding majestic views of the Hudson River and connecting people to lands along its shores.
Lower hardware sales hurt IBM
Revenue earned by Big Blue's Systems and Technology segment, which includes hardware manufactured in Dutchess County, fell 23 percent in the first quarter from the year before.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Empire State News
Crime-fighting grants go to 31 law enforcement agencies
Nearly $1 Million in grants to reduce, solve and prevent crime will go to 31 law enforcement agencies across New York State.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
$95M awarded for low-income housing in NY
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced today more than $95 million in grants and loans were awarded for 37 construction projects across the state to build affordable, low-income housing.
1 dead in fire at Domino's Pizza in Hudson Valley
Authorities say one person has been found dead after a fire at a Domino's Pizza restaurant in a Hudson Valley strip mall.
Ny Dep marks progress on Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Tunnel
Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Emily Lloyd joined town, county and state officials in Wappinger, N.Y., to mark the next phase of construction at Shaft 6B, a key component of the $1 billion bypass tunnel project that will address leaks in the Delaware Aqueduct.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Mid-Hudson briefs: Court of Appeals decision lets stand conviction in abuse case
Victor Tohom, 39, of the City of Poughkeepsie was found guilty July 28, 2011, of predatory sexual assault, a felony, and sentenced to 25 years to life in prison, the maximum allowed by law.
Dutchess County's Liam Neeson writes editorial on NYC's carriage horses
Actor and part-time Town of Washington resident Liam Neeson is again speaking out against New York City's plan to ban horse-drawn carriages.
County seeks public input on chemical dependency services
Chemically dependant persons and their families have a chance to address the Dutchess County Department of Mental Hygiene, about the services the agency provides, at a public forum on Thursday, Dutchess County officials said.
What's new in the mid-Hudson Valley business scene for April 15
Whalen, a Poughkeepsie native, joined the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in 1991 as a financial economist.
Crime Fighting Grants Announced for New York
New York Governor Cuomo announced Tuesday that 31 law enforcement agencies around the state will share a $1 million grant to reduce, solve, and prevent crime.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Mid-Hudson briefs: Roadwork in East Fishkill, Port Jervis; law center open house
Work on the bridge, approximately three-tenths of a mile south of state Route 82, will close Palen Road to through traffic at the bridge while the project is underway.
Hyde Park firefighters respond to house fire on Bennett Road
HYDE PARK Firefighters and investigators were at the scene of a house fire on Bennett Road this morning, according to the Dutchess County Sheriff's Office.
Editorial: Three cheers to students, bus driver and Dutchess County
The program promotes volunteerism during spring break, rather than the partying that has become common among college students.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
1-4 p.m. April 13. Emma K. Dweck presents Bright & Clear, the second in a series of workshops entitled Living in Harmony with the Seasons, which Emma is presenting in partnership with Path to Bliss Yoga of Pleasant Valley.