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Sunny outlook

Solartech Renewables sees steady growth as business improves.

Knife maker gets cut of state funds

Canal Street Cutlery is growing in marketing quality outdoor knives.

Thinking smaller

Northern Dutchess towns, Pattern for Progress push for consolidation of services.

Insurers merge

Ryan and Ryan Insurance Brokers acquires Reis Turck Associates.

New DEC chief deals with layoffs, cuts

Joseph Martens takes DEC post at time of cuts and need.

Lucrative ski season so far

Cold, snow, mean excellent season for ski shops and centers.

Low sodium diet

Using less salt is good for taxpayers and streams, according to a report.

Modern marvel

Talking computer to take on Jeopardy! Champions.

SpectraWatt trying to save itself

There is some hope that SpectraWatt Inc. will not entirely close down, according to a key economic development official from Dutchess County.

FTC approves Dynegy deal

Dynegy, which operates the Roseton and Danskammer power stations in Newburgh, has accepted a $665 million takeover bid by Icahn Enterprises LP.

Street smarts

Kingston looks to revitalize neighborhoods through smart-growth initiatives.

SpectraWatt to shut down

SpectraWatt goes out of business, blames weather in Europe.

Tight and getting tighter

Counties tight 2011 budgets may signal further difficulty.

Adaptive reuse paying off

Kingston as artist hub pays off, landlord says.

Growing awareness

Gov. David Paterson acts to promote agriculture in the state.