Arm-of-the-Sea Theater is moving full speed ahead on fundraising efforts and site preparations for opening its new COVID-safe outdoor performance space this summer on the Saugerties waterfront.
Meet the candidates running in the upcoming New Paltz Central School District Board of Education election at a candidate’s forum on Monday, May 10 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the gymnasium of the New Paltz Middle School, located at 196 Main Street in New Paltz.
A 21-year-old New Paltz man admitted to engaging in reckless driving while intoxicated in a 2019 crash that killed a 25-year-old New Paltz man.
A Saugerties car dealer was arrested today on felony charges, including forgery and falsifying business records.
Ford, who served as city historian for 35 years, helped found Friends of Historic Kingston, save the old city hall, and most recently, preserve an African burial ground.
“The library that is in dire need of renovation or replacement or whatever would sit next to a hotel, a place where children play. But I suppose like Woodstock Way you would place NO TRESPASSING signs so the locals can’t enjoy the land like once before. Liability is so important,” writes Lisa Childers of Woodstock.
The Kingston Police Department confirmed that shots were fired yesterday afternoon at the Stuyvesant Charter Apartments on Sheehan Court and
Topics include: 2021 American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Girl; Ulster Covid Cases plummet, walk-in vaccine clinics open; Ulster Savings awards $1K to WAAM; Local church in Kingston is selling its edifice; and more.
Topics include: Thanks for helping in the beautification and greening of Saugerties; Grateful for Ashokan Rail Trail; Pollinator paradise garden & public compost bins in New Paltz; Woodstock town office project; and more.
The state police today arrested Daniel Wolven, 53, of Kingston, based on a grand jury indictment signed by Ulster County