Visitors to Ireland are often impressed by the legendary Irish hospitality. Not everyone is so inspired by it they come home and create their own bed-and-breakfast, but for Alana Colucci, proprietor of the newly opened Watergrasshill Bed & Breakfast on Phillies Bridge Road in New Paltz, that’s exactly what happened.
The 3,500-square-foot visitor center and plaza includes a single-story building housing bathrooms for visitors and office space for New York State Parks staff.
“The most challenging thing is managing patient care. People can be very apprehensive coming to a dentist, and it has to be painless.”
Highland High School’s class of 2018 received their diplomas yesterday evening at a ceremony at the school.
After 28 years at the helm, Bert Smiley is retiring. But his shoes will be filled by the next generation: Tom Smiley has been appointed chief executive officer and Eric Gullickson president.
The Duck Pond at Mohonk Preserve has long been a favored spot for hikers, photographers or those just seeking a beautiful place for respite. But now that our recent long winter has finally ended, visitors enjoying a spring outing at Mohonk are finding that “Ol’ Man Winter” didn’t depart without leaving behind some collateral damage.
Saturday, June 16: The 80-mile-long Shawangunk Wine Trail that runs from New Paltz at its northernmost point down to Warwick in Orange County encompasses 13 Hudson Valley wineries. Every year they get together in one place to put on the Bounty of the Hudson Wine & Food Festival, a wine-tasting event that allows side-by-side samplings of the region’s best.
Water Street Market has been showing free outdoor movies in its courtyard every summer Monday night for a decade now. The season is up and running already, with the last film slated for Monday, August 27. And this year, the third Saturday of each month will also bring an opportunity to view a free movie under the stars in New Paltz, at the Field of Dreams park pavilion, where the first of three Saturday night movie screenings this summer will be Saturday, June 16.
The first thing to know about the Locust Lawn estate on Route 32 in Gardiner is that it’s not the same place as Locust Grove.
“I tell people, ‘I can get them into your place of business the first time; after that, it’s up to you.’”