Saugerties police have released the identity of a murder victim and his killer on July 9 after waiting months to verify the details of his killing through DNA analysis. The puncture-ridden body of Randall Keith Adels, 58, was spotted by a Saugerties police officer peering through the window of the man’s estranged wife’s home at 1976 Old Kings Highway at approximately 2 a.m. on the evening of March 29.
With one week to go until the primary vote, candidates for the Democratic nomination for Saugerties town justice are accusing one another of claiming endorsements that weren’t granted.
Saugerties volunteer activist Stan O’Dell is challenging two-term incumbent town justice Claudia Andreassen for the Democratic line in the June 23 primary.
Kiniry West LLC, a Saugerties contractor whose operations and construction of an office building was halted by a stop-work order issued by the local building department last November, may be one step closer to getting back to business.
When Tahir Aziz and Rubina Mirza boarded a March 25 flight with three of their five children for a family wedding to their home country of Pakistan, they fully intended to return after the event to their restaurant, Bina’s Cafe on Partition Street in Saugerties. But it wasn’t easy. Restrictions on commercial flights leaving the country due to the outbreak of the pandemic extended their stay for nearly two months.
The sculpture park will reopen Thursday, May 21, with some guidelines in place.
The corpse of a 48-year-old female was found floating in the Plattekill Creek, near the intersection of Route 212 and Old Route 212 on May 4 at approximately 10 a.m. and reported to local authorities. Saugerties police have ascertained her identity, but did not name her, citing an ongoing investigation.
As of May 4, 100,000 meals have been prepared and packaged through Project Resilience, an Ulster County initiative that has tapped over 150 restaurants to mass-produce hot meals for residents that have been impacted by COVID-19. The program, which has been underway since the beginning of March, will halt restaurant deliveries on May 16. But, the program will continue in an altered capacity in its “second phase.”
As we adjust our routines and expectations in this “new normal,” some businesspeople and manufacturers have diverted their resources and attentions to meet the demand for protective masks. Two of these are Bob Siracusano of Sawyer Motors in Saugerties and Found My Animal CEO Bethany Obrecht in Kingston.
Two Kingston parents face felony charges after their six-month-old child drowned while unsupervised in a running bathtub “for a substantial amount of time” yesterday evening. Jordan E. Balcom, 29, and Ashante D. Inniss, 26, were charged with criminally negligent homicide.