State Police shot and killed an individual early this morning on I-84 after troopers said the subject refused to comply with commands and made a movement to enter their police car.
Friday-Sunday, May 24-26: It’s billed as “a modern interpretation of a traditional arts and crafts fair.”
Witnesses reported a male traveling north on Newkirk Ave. on foot was firing a handgun at a vehicle. Police don’t believe anyone was hit.
Friday-Sunday, May 24-27: June 6 marks the 75th anniversary of what has been called “the Allies’ greatest military achievement” during World War II: the invasion of Normandy on D-Day in 1944. There are 69 documents on display, many never seen in public before, and 39 artifacts including a rare ECM Mark II SIGABA cipher machine that was used to encode the most sensitive transmissions from FDR to Churchill.
Saturday-Sunday, May 25-26: Antique fair season gets off to a roaring start on Memorial Day weekend, when 140 top antiques and decorative arts dealers will put their best foot forward feeding your collecting passion and decorating style.
Sunday, May 26: Happy Traum serves as emcee, and he’ll be joined this year by Cindy Cashdollar, Tracy Bonham, Scott Petito, Simi Stone, Joe Magistro, Adam Widoff, Bruce Katz, Connor Kennedy, Peter More, Leslie Ritter, Marc Black and the obligatory-for-Woodstock Surprise Guests Yet to Be Announced. Songs written by Dylan will be spotlighted throughout the evening.
Saturday, May 25: This new play by the Ulster County-based actor, poet and playwright will be unveiled in a staged reading by his comrades at Actors and Writers. Foreign Policy is about a married couple who must negotiate the boundaries between themselves, their neighbors and the simplicities and subtleties of the real world. What are the limits of our good intentions?
Friday-Sunday, May 24-26: Since Bard College acquired Montgomery Place in 2016, the former seat of one of the branches of the Livingston family has become the “salon” hosting public events. Famous names long associated with Montgomery Place include architect Alexander Jackson Davis and landscape designer Andrew Jackson Downing, but now visitors will have opportunities to learn about a lesser-known steward of this magnificent site overlooking the Hudson River, Alexander Gilson.
Friday-Sunday, May 24-26: Go at your own pace on a self-guided tour of the Oliver Bronson House and other architecturally significant Hudson homes, each with a room that showcases the work of a local designer.
A 51-year-old Ulster County man is dead following a crash this morning on Rt. 209 in the town of Hurley.