Daniel Axelrod, Times Herald-Record

Daniel Axelrod

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Past articles by Daniel:

Hudson Valley parents, students grapple with remote learning as Middletown YMCA expands to help

The Middletown YMCA is expanding its remote learning program to parents throughout the Hudson Valley as they continue grappling with virtual learning. → Read More

Small businesses apply for pandemic loan program as new requirements, paperwork reduce demand

The pandemic is driving small Hudson Valley businesses to again seek federal PPP loans, though demand is down amid new program requirements. → Read More

Cuomo's recreational marijuana legalization could add jobs, make Mid-Hudson a pot hotbed

Legalization of recreational marijuana would add jobs to the Mid Hudson's already budding cannabis industry, local growers and producers say. → Read More

Police investigate fatal shooting of 24-year-old man in building across from School 9

Yonkers Police are investigating the fatal shooting of a 24-year-old man across from School 9 on Monday. → Read More

Legoland builds playroom for local kids without homes or easy access to future Goshen park

Legoland New York on Friday unveiled a new playroom for children at the HONOR shelter in Middletown. It serves kids who can't easily make it to the future Goshen theme park. → Read More

Mid Hudson residents frantically seek limited vaccines, as local leaders try to soothe them

Mid Hudson providers and politicians are scrambling to secure limited COVID-19 vaccines, while reassuring the public more shots will come. → Read More

Gov. Cuomo proposes protections preventing utility disconnections during cold winter

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing additional protections to prevent utility disconnections as the pandemic pushes more New Yorkers into poverty. → Read More

State comptroller calls Monticello's finances 'dire,' criticizing budgeting, accounting

The Village of Monticello faces "dire" financial challenges, and it's been remiss in its budgeting and accounting, a pair of new state audits found. → Read More

Mid-Hudson Valley educators try to teach apolitically, compassionately about U.S. Capitol riots

Hudson Valley teachers seek to sooth and inform students after riots shook the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. → Read More

Final legs of 750-mile Empire Rail Trail now in place in Kingston

The state recently finished the Empire Rail Trail, which is expected to be a big local attraction. → Read More

St. Luke’s, lenders reach deal avoiding potentially disasterous accelerated debt payments

Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital recently reached a deal with lenders to avoid paying nearly $40 million in debt in just two years. → Read More

2021 resolutions: Forget COVID-19 pandemic, stay healthy and compassionate

Mid Hudson residents took time to share their New Year's resolutions for 2021, including forgetting the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Local health-care providers begin COVID vaccinations. Cornerstone in Newburgh among first

Local health-care providers are beginning COVID vaccinations for staffs, with Cornerstone Family Healthcare in Newburgh among the first on Wednesday. → Read More

'Seeing silver linings': Thousands of New York businesses open during COVID pandemic

New Yorkers are opening thousands of new businesses, capitalizing on pent-up demand and new opportunities, as the pandemic reshapes the economy. → Read More

Rockland baking company behind Abe's vegan brand plans Town of Wallkill expansion

Pearl River Pastry, the Rockland company behind the popular Abe's vegan baked goods brand, is expanding its Town of Wallkill satellite facilities. → Read More

Seventh annual Santapoloozza paddle board event gives gift of community to Greenwood Lake

The seventh annual Santapoloozza paddle board event unites Greenwood Lake community members in having fun and helping each other by feeding the hungry → Read More

Responsible oversight or retribution? Regulator questions Orange County Legislature audit

Orange County's Legislature has exceeded its authority by trying to audit the Orange County IDA, an econ development agency, a state regulator says → Read More

Legoland nearly done with $40M of upgrades to Route 17, local roads in and near Goshen

Legoland New York is almost finished with big improvements to Route 17 and Harriman Drive, crucial steps toward the park opening in 2021. → Read More

Orange County Legislature sells three key Newburgh buildings to Sims Foster for hotel, spa

Orange County's Legislature recently voted unanimously to sell three key downtown Newburgh buildings for a hotel and spa project to Sims Foster. → Read More

GFI Partners building giant Goshen warehouse at former Kikkerfrosch brewery site

GFI Partners broke ground, this week, to build a giant speculative warehouse on the Goshen site once considered for the Kikkerfrosch Brewery project. → Read More