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Rock 'n' roll legend Daryl Hall is opening a music venue at the old Towne Crier location in Pawling, N.Y. The venue -- which will be called Daryl's House -- is going to feature live performances and serve as the new location for Hall to film his critically acclaimed, award-winning, web-to-cable music talk show, "Live From Daryl's House."
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IBM's agreement with the SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering in Albany that Gov. Cuomo announced last month as IBM was about to undergo another round of layoffs was signed by the parties back in June of 2013, raising questions about the timing of the Feb. 17 announcement of the deal.
Rain is expected to fall much of the day across Westchester County, but as temperatures drop, it will turn to snow late Wednesday as yet another winter storm makes its way to the Northeast, the National Weather Service said.
The board will receive an update on the development of next year's school budget and hold a discussion.
The "Non-Stop" actor says de Blasio "should have manned up and come." The mayor has declared his intention to shut down the industry, saying it's inhumane to keep horses in modern-day Manhattan.
Ausable Valley Central School District Internal Controls Over Selected Financial Activities The board had not adopted comprehensive written policies and procedures providing guidance and internal controls over departmental cash receipts.
With clothes neatly laid out on perfectly made beds, the kitchen table set smartly for two and chemistry books stacked neatly on desks, the model apartment for SUNY Broome Community College students looks like it's waiting for students to retreat after a long day of class.
TERRY GIPSON, D-RHINEBECK Room 617, the Capitol, Albany, 12247. 518-455-2303; fax: 518-426-6920.
IBM Corp. has no plans to exit the hardware business, the company's CEO said in a message to shareholders.
It's nearly spring and that means Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is upon us again.
An audit critical of the Dutchess County Industrial Development Agency, saying many companies it aided didn't meet job goals, will likely result in reforms and perhaps some help in meeting rising requirements of compliance and accountability.
Students at Roy C. Ketcham High School have returned to school after an early morning false bomb threat, confirmed Wappingers Central School District President Ved Shravah.