For more than a century, Mohonk Mountain House has served as a gathering place for local, national and international leaders to focus on ways of promoting peace, environmental protection and civil rights. Founded in 1869 by the Smiley family, this year marks the 150th anniversary of the Mountain House. In honor of this milestone the owners have teamed up with Mohonk Consultations to offer a weekend-long peace conference from November 1 through 3, titled “Creating and Sustaining Peace.”
There are not many people that can say that they’ve moved a 7,000-pound Buddha from New York to California. In fact there is probably only one — Paul Benkert and his Kingston-based company, Allways Moving.
If you’re one of those people who may like to bike, is interested in adventure, and wants to explore the
For the past close to a half-century, the Shawangunk Runners and their comrades in sneakers have been hosting a six-week series of running races for kids and adults, in various spots throughout New Paltz, known simply as “the Summer Series.”
Clinton served the school district for the past 48 years in a variety of capacities, from teacher to coach to department head to assistant principal, and principal of Duzine Elementary, Lenape Elementary and ﬁnally the High School.
With the traditional sounds of “Pomp and Circumstance” echoing through the chambers of the SUNY New Paltz basketball gymnasium, 172 New Paltz High School seniors marched in with their maroon gowns and golden tassels under flowered covered arches to receive their diplomas Wednesday night. As it stormed and raged outside, inside the mood was festive with applause ringing from every corner, horns blowing, soloists from the choir cascading their vocals and the brass band instruments sending vibrations of hope and expectations through the floorboards.
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.