As you might expect, we at Ulster Publishing reacted with shock and sadness at the shooting at the newspaper office in Maryland which killed five people who do for Anne Arundel County pretty much the same thing we do for Ulster County.
Clegg picked up the support of former county surrogate court judge Mary Work; Delgado, the wife and daughter of long-time Congressman Maurice Hinchey; Rhodes, several unions; and Flynn, the Latino Democrats of Dutchess County.
Calling the Ulster in 2018 “strong, and getting stronger every single day,” County Executive Mike Hein outlined his agenda for the coming year.
Through Jan. 7: An art exhibit at Red Hook’s Greig Farm runs the gamut.
Pardon my French, but I have had enough of this Confederate bulls–t. Americans are exceptional in many ways, one of
While it’s way too simplistic to blame the drugstores for this epidemic alone, they make a lot of money in our towns on prescriptions. It would have been nice of them to proactively intensify their good corporate citizenship and volunteer to do this, but they haven’t.
On Wednesday, May 24, the Hudson River Maritime Museum and the state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation played host to a visit from a delegation the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
The plan is to take a 115-year-old steamboat which once plied the Great Lakes and transport it at some point in 2018 from Buffalo, where it is now, on a barge via the St. Lawrence Seaway down the East Coast to New York City and up the river to Kingston.
Tony’s Pizzeria on Broadway was pretty nicely packed on Monday, March 27 as the Kingston Land Trust held a gathering to present its new executive director, Julia Farr, and to rally itself for the year ahead.
Ulster is the only “net carbon-neutral” county in the state, said Hein, in which “100 percent of our energy does come from renewable resources, and nobody else is even close.”