The Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter will hold its tenth annual Subzero Heroes ice jump on Saturday, February 8 at Berean Lake in Highland.
A free community dinner celebrating Black History Month will be held on January 31 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at
Members of the Kingston Police Department patrol and detective division immediately responded to the scene. The investigation determined that three shots were fired towards a group of people standing by a car parked alongside the back of 579 Broadway. All three bullets missed the persons and the car and struck 579 Broadway. No one was struck or injured.
“This is a tremendous effort by our community toward ensuring that these unused and expired medications don’t end up on the streets and in the wrong hands,” stated a release from the department. “Proper disposal of these medications also ensures our environment and wildlife are also being protected.”
Highland Elementary School welcomed Matthew Darling as its new assistant principal on January 6. “Since assuming my position, everyone has been so welcoming and there is a strong sense of community,” he said. “I’m looking forward to becoming a part of that community and seeing all of the learning that is taking place here.”
Saturday, Jan. 25: Individually, the Levin Brothers have been involved in some of the most daring and experimental music of the last 50 years: Tony cutting a striking figure as bassist and Chapman-stick player with Peter Gabriel, King Crimson, his own project Stickmen and many more; Pete working more behind-the-scenes as an ace keyboardist and first-call synthesist on the legendary New York session scene of the ’70s and beyond, moving effortlessly between jazz and pop.
Saturday, Jan. 25: Bard’s US-China Music Institute presents The Sound of Spring, its first annual Chinese New Year Concert featuring Bard College’s The Orchestra.A special Chinese New Year public reception to welcome in the Year of the Rat before the concert starts at 6 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 26: The jewel of Marlboro welcomes the legendary saxophonist and composer Chico Freeman, who has spent more than 40 years in the center of the modern jazz maelstrom, mostly as a leader and as sideman with McCoy Tyner, Lester Bowie, Jack DeJohnette, Wynton Marsalis and others.
A Siena Poll released today found New Yorkers oppose the recently instituted bail reform law, which eliminates bail in misdemeanor and non-violent felony cases, by a 12-point margin.
Plans call for a $6.1 million, 5,000-square-foot visitor center at the park with an information desk, drinking water stations, restrooms, a warming hearth and more. Funding will come from a mix of state and private sources.