The Kingston pre-kindergarten center at the Meagher School is off to a quick start, with new students getting more acclimated by the day. School officials say they’re hoping to open pre-K by two more classrooms in January by way of a state grant.
The 2019 Sawyers, again under Coach Drew Carpino, are hoping to build on the successes of last season’s squad, which went 5-5 overall, including a four-game win streak.
A state of emergency in East Kingston was declared earlier this week by Ulster Town Supervisor James Quigley III to allow for the immediate erection of a 10-foot high concrete wall along Main Street in the hamlet to prevent residences from being impacted by a rockslide.
The Kingston High School varsity girls soccer team is 1-1 on the season, quickly finding their rhythm in a 6-1 win over Pine Bush on Tuesday, just days after opening their Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association 2019 campaign with a tough 1-0 defeat against Valley Central.
The Town of Ulster last week completed the rehabilitation of Morton Boulevard, a complex-yet-brief project planned and executed by town Highway Superintendent Frank Petramale with the assistance of other departments within the municipality and the highway departments of neighboring communities.
There are some changes afoot this year in Saugerties schools.
As was said in an old movie once, it’s a dream for some and a nightmare for others — the 2019-20 school year is just around the corner, with students in the Kingston Central School District starting classes on Wednesday, Sept. 4.
The Kingston American Legion Post 150 Ulster Fillies softball team had their best-ever run in an 18-under Open or A softball Nationals tournament, finishing second in a tournament in Ocean City, Maryland two weeks ago.
Faced with the prospect of spending significantly more money fighting the case in court than capitulating will cost, the Ulster Town Board on Aug. 15 announced a settlement with Florida Samas Venture, Inc., to reduce the assessment on a property occupied by Home Depot from $6.91 million to $6.5 million.
With the sudden closure of John A. Coleman Catholic High School ahead of the 2019-20 school year, the local public school districts say they are ready to accommodate a modest increase in student enrollment.