Below you will find a collection of press articles about the Chatham area. Check back frequently for the latest news.
IMBY.com, April 2017
PS21: Performance Spaces for the 21st Century is happy to announce its 2017 program of music, dance, and live theater under the beautiful saddlespan tent.
NEWS10 ABC, April 2017
Chatham Animal Shelter is a rescue farm where neglected, abused, or surrendered animals can live a happy and healthy life/
Berkshire Eagle, April 2017
The deadline for high-school musicians to apply for the 2017 Uel Wade Music Scholarship is Sunday, April 9.
Berkshire Eagle, March 2017
The Mac-Haydn Theatre will hold auditions for the upcoming summer season on Saturday, April 1, for children ages 15 and under, and Saturday, April 8, for adults ages 16 and older.
IMBY.com February 2017
Good things are happening in Chatham on Sundays. Whether you’re looking for a tasty meal, thought-provoking art, a first run movie, or the best shopping in the county, there is plenty to do, see and eat. Many offices and banks are closed Sundays, so there is ample parking on the street and in municipal lots.
CBSAlbany.com January 2017
The Village of Chatham tries to make a dent in the opioid addiction crisis.
Read the article by Torie Wells.
Architectural Digest January 2017.
Design-industry veterans transform a dilapidated center-hall Federal in North Chatham, NY with period-appropriate details.
Read the article by Fan Winston with photos by Richard Powers.
Times Union October 2016
Chatham, NY was ranked the safest. Violent crimes per 100,000 residents: 0
Read the article.
JMS Collective March 2016
Located about a half-hour up NYS Route 66 from Hudson, lies another of Columbia County’s great towns to explore, Chatham. Set among bucolic hillsides, the village of Chatham has seen a major resurgence in local businesses joining its longstanding community pillars, and is a destination for cultural, culinary, and conservation-minded tourists alike.
Read the article.
Wall Street Journal May 2015
From Nyack to Old Chatham, where artists, foodies and financiers shop for second homes.
Read the article by Amy Gamerman.