The New Paltz Police Department detective division has been investigating a series of residential burglaries that occurred in both the
After a warm second half of October, the forecast is calling for snow in parts of the Hudson Valley on
Yesterday, a student at J.W. Bailey Middle School in Kingston was classified as “designated positive” for COVID-19, meaning the student
Musician Lara Hope will be the second recipient of Kingston’s bi-annual Distinguished Artist Award. The award will be presented Thursday, November 12 at 5:30 p.m. in a live-streamed ceremony on the Facebook pages of City of Kingston, Arts Commission, Lara Hope and event sponsor Radio Kingston.
And so it’s come to this: the final days of one of the longest and certainly the most contentious presidential contest in decades. As always, local government has been plugging along in parallel to the national dramatics. Let’s take a final look at what we’ve got in store locally on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3.
Two new “community fridges” were set up in Kingston last month following an online fundraiser. Located at the Clinton Avenue United Methodist Church (122 Clinton Avenue) and Beyond the 4 Walls community outreach organization (14 Van Buren Street), the refrigerators allow any member of the community to pick up or donate food without an appointment from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
Detectives from the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office report the arrest of Scott G. Chislett, 28, of Hurley, currently an inmate
Diagnostic interviewing is a key component of athletic training. That experience makes Allison Lindsay and Bryan Lurie, athletic trainers in the Department of Athletics, Wellness & Recreation a natural fit for Covid-19 contact tracing, which similarly involves asking questions, consistent follow-ups, monitoring symptoms, creating documentation, and protecting confidentiality. Both processes also require professionals who can establish trust in situations when anxieties are running high.
Topics include: Reverence Day/Day of The Dead at the New Paltz Rural Cemetery: Give blood to save lives; Woodstock gets new fire engine; The Gardiner Library hosts virtual read with dogs; and more.
Topics include: Cold weather, dining out; Wurts Street Bridge petition; Woodstock Library vote November 3; Thank you to the volunteers for the voter drive thru in New Paltz; and more.