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Study reports impact of Walkway Over the Hudson on local business

The nonprofit organization Walkway Over the Hudson arranged for the study, which was prepared by Newburgh-based Pattern for Progress with support from Marist College and student researchers.

Putnam County seeks input from Cold Spring business owners

The Aug. 30 meeting will be led by representatives of Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress, Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce and Putnam County Chamber of Commerce.

A proposal to bridge town and gown in Poughkeepsie

Pattern for Progress research fellows propose creating a student community cooperative and an incubator residence to help make the city a “magnet” college town.

Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress hosts talk on regionalism

Nonprofit and economic development leaders in the Hudson Valley will discuss regionalism and how and why it works at a Tuesday event in Newburgh.

Report: Hudson Valley’s infrastructure faces neglect

A Pattern for Progress study shows investment in infrastructure has declined while roads, bridges and water and sewage systems continue to deteriorate.

Conference examines Hudson Valley infrastructure

Pattern for Progress will report results of its regional infrastructure survey at a May 19 conference in New Windsor.

Breakfast highlights regional cooperation

Pattern for Progress event finds universal praise for new bridge.

Pattern launches Center for Housing Solutions

Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress launched its Center for Housing Solutions Sept. 27 in New Windsor as it seeks to address changing demographics and an evolving housing market here in the Hudson Valley.

Challenges abound for region’s housing market

A Pattern for Progress reports says the Hudson Valley’s slow-to-recover housing market faces challenges and opportunities with an aging population and a severe shortage of affordable housing.

New chief for Rockland development agency

New Rockland economic development chief brings diverse background to county.

New York lags in “race to top” of education

Highest cost -per-pupil state ranks 34th in nation