Millions Available For Calhoun County Rent Payment Aid

Photo: Jan Gottweiss Unsplash A huge amount of money is being made available to help Calhoun County residents cover rental housing payments. In some cases, up to ten thousand dollars. It’s all part of a new COVID-19 support program with money sent by the federal government across states and then …

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Saugerties, NY: A Friendly Place with a Colorful History

But while prosperity creates jobs, this increase sheds a harsher light on income inequality and the lack of affordable housing in Saugerties. “We are in a crisis where nearly 50 percent of Saugerties residents live below the ALICE threshold, ”said Kevin Freeman, a New York transplant candidate for a city …

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Homebuilders Under Pressure As Materials Costs Soar

From home builders to backyard renovators, many Canadians have felt the effects of the price of lumber and other materials double or triple during the pandemic. Roy Nandram knows this too well. The builder and former president of the Greater Ottawa Home Builders Association has seen material costs skyrocket on …

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Landmark exhibition celebrates artists of color at DMU

Talented artists of color from De Montfort Leicester University (DMU) are celebrated in a striking exhibition on campus, thanks to the initiative of a student. hope and optimism by Pasha Kincaid Aware of the university’s commitment to diversify its art collections within the framework of Decolonize DMU, a movement that …

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ACP presents “Leslie V. Kuenne: A Life in Art”

“A PLACE OF TEA BEFORE THE GARDEN CLUB COMPETITION”: This oil painting by Leslie Vought Kuenne is featured in “Leslie V. Kuenne: A Life in Art”, presented until June 19 at the Arts Council from Princeton. The Princeton Arts Council now features a collection of paintings, pen and ink drawings …

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