COVID-19 news, updates, and more related stories
Sound off on the pros and cons of in-person vs. remote learning for children and families in the Hudson Valley during the COVID-19 crisis.
Even if Thanksgiving looks a little different this year, there are still ways to celebrate the festive season in the Hudson Valley.
The latest COVID-19 updates in the Hudson Valley and upstate New York.
Woodstock-based publisher Joanne Michaels experiences an unexpectedly busy season after early concerns about her business during the pandemic.
Honoring the women and men who have kept our region running during the COVID-19 pandemic
Like with restaurants and museums, local gyms and entertainment centers must implement COVID-19 safety protocol in order to reopen safely.
New York State unveils its official guidelines on how local K-12 districts can open their doors – and what might prevent them from doing so.
With summer camps officially in session, look to these local programs for warm weather fun that touches upon art, music, and outdoor adventures.
Local malls reopen to the public following the coronavirus shutdown with new policies and procedures to keep shoppers safe.
After three months of closure due to COVID-19, the Hudson Valley’s beloved premium outlet center reopens with new guidelines and new stores that can finally be enjoyed in-person.
The Dutchess County Fair is forced to turn off the lights.
Enjoy an al fresco meal while taking in the Hudson Valley views at these local eateries, which keep diners safe via spaced out patios and picnic tables.
Local fitness center owners voice their concerns about reopening protocol and the survival of their businesses after months of closure.
Magazzino Italian Art invites visitors to Cold Spring to safely experience its exhibits with the help of #flattenthecurve tech and COVID-19 safety measures.
Local chefs, distilleries, food banks, and outreach organizations band together to provide meals and support to those in need.
Stay tuned to this page for everything you need to know about New York’s four-part reopening plan in our region.
With practice recommencing for the MLB on July 6, here's where local teams stand with games for the season.
Two of three galleries profiled are closing their doors.
The Hyde Park pair postponed their ceremony at Villa Borghese in Wappingers Falls and tied the knot from the comfort of home.
Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz and Pine Ridge Dude Ranch in Kerhonkson welcome guests for overnight stays, with social distancing procedures in place.