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Beyond Sept. 30, the USDA will continue to support homeowners experiencing financial hardship due to the pandemic by making loss mitigation options available to help keep them in their homes. Homeowners and renters can visit for information on their relief options, protections, and key deadlines from federal agencies.

Two Capital Region federal credit unions — SEFCU and CAP COM — are on the verge of a merger that will create a new $8 billion credit union.

Wild turkey hen with poults.

The state’s Department of Environmental Conservation is looking for citizens to help it conduct its annual Summer Wild Turkey Sighting Survey.

Governments this week started announcing they would require vaccination, and at the same time the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed its May guidance on masks, stating that, because of the Delta variant, people living in an area of substantial or high transmission should mask indoors in public.

My brother-in-law, who lives in Vietnam, urgently wants to get vaccinated against COVID-19 — but can’t. Vaccine in Vietnam is hard to come by as it is in many nations around the world.

Nikolas Freihofer, a Bethlehem student, has earned certification from Adobe as a Professional in Visual Design, an Associate in Graphic Design and Illustration using Adobe illustrator.

Cardell Iarusso  has been hired at Altamont Spray Weld and will work there while attending the manufacturing program at Hudson Valley Community College.

On Tuesday evening, Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a statement saying, We are reviewing the CDC’s new recommendations closely in consultation with federal and state health experts.”

Governor Andrew Cuomo said of the newly allocated $15 million, “Only about 6.7 percent of the state has new positive cases above the average and the vaccination rate below the state average. So we’re focusing on those 117 ZIP codes.”


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