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What the Splintering Democratic Vote Might Mean for New York

A year after updating its antiquated voting laws, the state could have a larger-than-usual role in the 2020 election.

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Coronavirus Roundup: Rosh Hashanah Begins with Caution in Orthodox Communities

All the news and announcements from New York State, the Hudson Valley, and the Catskills for Thursday, September 17 and Friday, September 18.

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Coronavirus Roundup: State Teachers Sue to Prevent Education Cuts

All the news and announcements from New York State, the Hudson Valley, and the Catskills for Tuesday, September 15 and Wednesday, September 16.

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How Three Families Are Navigating the Back-to-School Process

The pandemic forced parents to juggle work schedules and take on educational roles they could have never imagined. Now they’ll have to do it again.