Miss Mousey and Froggy will renew their vows this year as Sinterklaas Hudson Valley returns to Rhinebeck on December 4 after a one-year COVID-related hiatus. This year’s festivities will be exclusively in Rhinebeck. The organizers on the Kingston side decided not to host an event in 2021, according to Jeanne Fleming, the festival’s organizer.
County Executive Pat Ryan said the worst scenario continues to play out when it comes to COVID-19 infections in Ulster County with active cases spiking to 781 as of November 24 and going up a faster rate every day.
The hamlet of Asbury on Old Kings Highway at the far northern end of the Town of Saugerties was recently designated a National Historic Landmark District by the National Park Service.
Opinion was divided on a set of new regulations that make a provision for cannabis-related establishments amongst larger zoning changes that officials say will bring more continuity to zoning regulations across the Town of Saugerties.
The public comment period of the November 16 Ulster County Legislature meeting was dominated by demands for a Good Cause
Residents at RUPCO’s latest affordable housing project Landmark Place on Flatbush Avenue say their new apartments represent a life-changing moment
Saugerties Village Trustee Brian Martin said the Village’s new ladder truck could enter service by the end of the year, bringing to close a two-year effort to replace the current 28-year-old ladder truck.
The Saugerties Town Board voted unanimously to enact a controversial property maintenance law bringing to close a five-year process to create a law that gives the Town expanded power to deal with derelict and problem properties.
Taxes will rise an average of $65 next year in the Town of Saugerties after Town officials unanimously approved a 2022 budget that features a 4.6 percent spending increase going mainly to fund a third-fully staffed ambulance for Diaz Memorial Ambulance, which has seen calls skyrocket in recent years.
“There should definitely be a stoplight there and no one should have to die,” Krista Smith said. “From the research, I’ve done, this is one of the most deadly intersections in the county. For them to not put in a light is extreme negligence.”