The dining room seats up to 40 with guests welcome to eat in the lounge area, as well, which features a gas fireplace, high-top tables and those unique star-shaped lights over the bar. “We’re leaning toward being a steakhouse.”
When federal agents raided the farm in 1932, they found a vast network of interconnected concrete tunnels designed for quick exits, along with holding tanks and underground bunkers…
Set up inside the nearly 1,500-square-foot fellowship hall at the Lutheran Church on South Manheim Boulevard, the fitness center is a joint venture started by a collective of like-minded individuals who all used to work out at CrossFit 299 in Highland before that business closed its doors. Wishing to continue their training in each other’s company but without a place to go, the idea for a self-run gym was born.
As of November 30, there are 29 cases confirmed at SUNY New Paltz. According the the New Paltz superintendent, the New Paltz High School student who was ill has since recovered and there are no other infected students, media reports to the contrary.
“My goal is for children to walk away with a better understanding of the Huguenot story.”
With work on the elementary and high school windows and insulation behind schedule, Alan Barone said he is particularly worried about maintaining the heat in the buildings in January and February and wondered why second shift work that had been agreed upon has not been introduced.
The event will be held Saturday and Sunday, November 26-27 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the SUNY New Paltz campus, inside the glass atrium Student Union Building.
One board member said changing the focus of the holiday was important because “how America was discovered is our origin story. It introduces and codifies who is considered American and who is not. It is often a child’s first lesson about encounters between people of different races and cultures. We owe it to the children of this district to faithfully and bravely examine the version of history we’ve chosen to tell.”
A probable case of mumps in a New Paltz High School student was confirmed today, Thursday, November 17 by schools superintendent Maria Rice. The diagnosis has yet to be confirmed, but parents of students at all four schools are being notified of the situation by letter.
Civilians who visit the Veteran Arts Showcase in Hyde Park will not only witness the healing power of art, but also become a part of the conversation.