The 60-unit, 120-bed development pits proponents of senior housing and “aging in place” with residents who have lived on a quiet street for years and would like to keep it that way.
Deputies and Detectives of the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office are investigating an incident that occurred at the Sam’s Point Preserve
Repair Café in New Paltz begins another year of free repairs, courtesy of experts, this Saturday, January 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the New Paltz United Methodist Church.
Once they got the hang of the software, students were tasked with a collaborative project guaranteed to tickle to imagination of a 10- or 11-year-old: Design an amusement park!
The annual WinterFest celebration returned to Highland last Saturday, January 14, offering family-friendly reasons to get out and brave the cold. Temperatures were seasonal but there was no snow, which may be why the parking lot filled up so fast and many visitors found themselves parking up and down New Paltz Road.
“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.”
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.
Willa Butler was running before she could walk. Alright, maybe that’s a slight exaggeration, but the New Paltz High School senior, a member of the track and Nordic ski teams and a two-time cross country captain, found her passion for the sport at only seven years old.
Zero Place developer David Shepler said the new four-story building should not be thought of in isolation, but as the first of its kind in that part of town, which will eventually become “aesthetically inviting and vibrant with life.”
Everything in this store represents a celebration of local use, which puts Kenco in a strong position to survive category-killer national competition.