A 57-year-old man died this morning following a head-on collision on Rt. 9W in the town of Lloyd in Ulster County.
It’s been a little over two weeks since a Saugerties man killed his father in the parking lot of a New Paltz diner and shot himself after losing control of his vehicle following a police pursuit, and investigators are still trying to piece together why it happened.
The Ulster County Transportation Council, in partnership with the Village of New Paltz, Wallkill Valley Land Trust and Historic Huguenot Street, has announced the beginning of a planning and community engagement process addressing the future use and design of the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail in the Village of New Paltz.
The incident occurred last week on Wurts Ave. in the village of New Paltz. Police are still investigating, and so far have not released any information on the suspects.
There were two large tables decorated with maroon-and-white New Paltz logos and draperies as backdrops for this prestigious ceremony, where students were called up one by one, their sport and college named and then photos taken of them signing, alone and with their families, friends and fellow teammates.
For 40 years, Gottlieb has served as the conduit for all of the electricity that has kept Rock and Snow flourishing in a climate where independent businesses struggle. It is the second-oldest climbing store in the country and one of the few remaining independent climbing stores — and one that is thriving, at that.
New Paltz’s own Jason Friedman, 43, won the sixth annual Rock the Ridge ultramarathon race, which took him and 600 other mountain goats through 50 miles of breathtaking carriage roads and trails that began and finished at the Testimonial Gatehouse.
After their daughter nearly drowned in a pool at a home off Springtown Road last July, the family wants to spread the word about pool safety.
The Testimonial Gatehouse is once again having the light shone upon it, as it is in the process of a $2.7 million makeover. Its historic archway and stonework are being cleaned, restored and buttressed, and the tower, the tree-lined carriage road and its surrounding grounds are being turned into the ﬁrst new trailhead that the 8,600-acre Preserve has created in more than 25 years.
Man With a Van moving company, based in New Paltz, started small, very small, in fact, borrowing a friend’s beat up old van to move someone from one Manhattan walk-up to another on New Year’s Eve 1992. Today it has four employees, plus owner David Miller.