Both Kingston Mayor Steve Noble and U.S. Rep. Antonio Delgado have had coronavirus fact sheets mailed to their constituents in an effort to get good information in as many hands as possible, including those of people not on social media.
While Ulster County residents were greeted this morning, Monday, March 23, by falling flakes from an early spring snowstorm, that will not, county officials say, stop the county’s first drive-through COVID-19 testing site from opening up at TechCity, the former IBM-Kingston complex on Enterprise Drive in Lake Katrine.
The number of Ulster County cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, once called “novel” but now officially
The Kingston Police Department and the Ulster County District Attorney’s Office on Friday, March 20 announced the arrest of a
As a result of the coronavirus crisis, Mayor Steve Noble is asking City of Kingston landlords to keep rents where
A worker at one of Kingston’s most popular bakeries has tested positive for the coronavirus, owners announced Wednesday, March 18.
In a “tele-town hall” meeting conducted via phone and listened to by approximately 10,000 people, County Executive Pat Ryan and
After learning a family member of students at Graves Elementary and Bailey Middle School has tested positive for the coronavirus,
According to the KPD, the suspect is accused of violating an order of protection and pushing a victim to the floor, causing an injury,in the presence of an eight-year-old child.
What’s next for Ulster? That’s a good question and a complicated one, with many possible answers. It could well end up a political knife fight for the ages, but it’s also a chance for the voters to take stock of where we are and think where we might want to head as a county.