Articles By Lissa Harris
Are low vaccination rates endangering Hudson Valley communities?
Millenia-old evolutionary relationships are out of sync
Tax deals promising jobs, like the one offered to Amazon HQ, are ubiquitous in New York State, but the net effect for communities like those in the Hudson Valley are not clear.
Putting rock salt on roads to keep them clear of ice and snow has become a mainstay of road management. The trouble is: After it’s used, it doesn’t disappear.
What does this historic moment for abortion rights in the US and New York State mean for residents of the Hudson Valley?
The escalating bitterness of the national debate on immigration and recent crackdowns by ICE have caused public outcries in communities where immigrants live and work.
The problem of shrinking student enrollment ticks silently away until it becomes too urgent to ignore. Then it erupts into community outrage about tough decisions.
Has the decade-long General Electric river cleanup been effective? Would the river have been better off left alone?
Last November, Democrats in the state Senate captured eight seats previously held by Republicans, setting the stage for a dramatic shift in legislative priorities.