Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced today that “through a whole lot of pushing and persistence,” the county was able
The announcement said all tests of staff have come back negative and the restaurant has been cleaned and sanitized by a local environmental cleaning company. “As an additional precaution, all employees will have their temperatures taken,” said the restaurant. “It is up to the customer’s discretion whether they have their temperatures taken.”
Construction work is progressing on the Lenape Lane Bridge across Butterville Road in the Mohonk Preserve Foothills. With the span in place, work will continue to finalize the bridge for reopening.
Highland High School senior Ethan Thompson recently signed with Marist College to play baseball in 2021.
The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz announces “Kathy Goodell: Infra-Loop, Selections 1994–2020,” a survey exhibition of the artist Kathy Goodell. “Infra-Loop” explores Goodell’s work over the last 30 years, examining an artist who is constantly challenging and reinventing her practice.
The suspect was indicted in November of 2019 for the killing of a man outside a sports bar in the town of Wallkill.
The City of Kingston Police Department reports the arrest of 37-year-old Raymond A. Snyder of Murray Street in Kingston for
Topics include: Maverick Concerts’ executive director steps down; Tammy Kim named the 2021 Ottaway Visiting Professor of Journalism; Highland’s Ethan Thompson signs with Marist College to play baseball; The new Saugerties Animal Shelter; and more.
The Maverick Concerts’ board of directors has announced the departure of Kitt Potter as executive director of Maverick Concerts. Potter joined Maverick Concerts in 2016 and over the past four years has solidified and expanded the organization’s mission and vision.
Topics include: Remembering Bill Schnitzer; Kudos to Cuomo; Amend Revolving Loan Fund?; Parkinson’s Disease support; and more.