Moments after he was allowed to dismiss his attorney in an effort to withdraw from a plea agreement, community activist and alleged gun trafficker Ismail Shabazz blasted his new attorney in court on Tuesday, Jan. 17 as a “bad lawyer” and a “snake.”
The pending takeover of the bankrupt Hudson Valley Mall is shaping up as another of those good-news-bad-news scenarios. The result could be a leaner, cleaner mall, with perhaps a major food store and expanded theaters. But the town is likely to take a huge hit on property taxes.
Architect Andrew Wright hopes to build a destination hotel that could serve as an anchor to the neighborhood’s burgeoning tourist sector.
“Manning broke the law and betrayed her country,” said Faso. “With this ill-advised action, President Obama sets a dangerous precedent for our national security.”
The O+ Festival is holding a forum in Kingston this Wednesday, Jan. 18 to talk about health care issues and options in an uncertain 2017.
Around 150 attended a rally in Kingston today. The mood was festive, but protesters expressed fears that the repeal of the Affordable Care Act without simultaneously providing a comprehensive replacement would have catastrophic consequences.
The site is the former Bank of New York building at the corner of Wall and John streets, most recently used by the Tonner Doll Co. The hotel would have nine rooms and a restaurant on the ground floor.
Even with the Hudson Valley feeling the icy grip of winter, Kingston Stockade FC is heading into 2017 with plenty of news and plenty of noise.
County legislators voted 17-6 on a $12.2 million bond issue to finance a new Family Court facility in the Town
Everything in this store represents a celebration of local use, which puts Kenco in a strong position to survive category-killer national competition.