The New York Times is shining the light on an Upstate New York town, calling it a "special place on the Hudson."

A recent article from the New York Times is titled "Coxsackie, N.Y.: 'A Special Place on the Hudson'"

New York Times Highlights Coxsackie In Greene County, New York

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Longtime residents and newcomers are helping transform the Greene County town, the New York Times reports.

In 2021, officials were given $347,000  for the Reed Street Historic District as part of New York's Main Street grant program. The money was used to preserve and protect buildings in Coxsackie.

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The New York Times article also points out Coxsackie is pronounced: "cook-Sah-Kie." And highlighted a business, Reed Street Bottle Shop, which sells T-shirts with the name phonetically spelled on it.

The town's name reportedly comes from a Native American term. Around 8,000 live in the Greene County town, according to the 2020 census.

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