The first week of 2019 brought an unprecedented number of political events in Ulster County that are sure to have a major influence on the way economic development is pursued.
Welcome to the wonderful world of Ulster County food manufacturing.
This is not going to be an amicable divorce.
VanBlarcum lost the sheriff’s race by a decisive 6,367 votes. But compare that with the county totals in the congressional race, where John Faso lost by three times as much, and that doesn’t look so bad. In a less politically engaged year, he might have won.
In Matthew 13:12 Jesus said: “For whosoever hath, to him shall be given, and he shall have more abundance: but whosoever hath not, from him shall be taken away even that he hath.” He could have been describing the American economy of the last few decades.
Now that all the votes are counted, it’s even more clear how motivated local Democrats were in November.
How the federal census has grown from its modest beginnings!
“Participating homebuyers may be able to put down as little as one percent of the purchase price because of SmartMove New York’s low-interest loans.” Sounds too good to be true? If you have good credit and don’t have too much income, it isn’t.
To survive and succeed, upstart discount carrier Norwegian Air needs more stories like it’s carving out at New York Stewart International Airport.
Tops still has a rocky, narrow path it must follow. The upstate grocery chain, which employs 12,000 people, has now emerged with new strategies for increased home deliveries by zip code (Instacart), everyday low prices and greater emphasis on specialty foods.