Six candidates will be on the ballot for the May 15, 2018 School Board election in New Paltz.
It’s meant to cut back on waste. Reportedly, enough plastic straws are thrown out each year to fill Yankee Stadium nine times over. The village and town boards passed the resolution after the issue was raised by local high school students.
The mixed-used building will be located in the village at the corner of North Chestnut and Mulberry St. Forty-six apartments will sit above ground-floor retail shops.
Kathy Prizzia is the longest-serving executive director of the New Paltz Chamber. She’s leaving to become the assistant general manager of Rocking Horse Ranch.
Next time a driver at Cherry Hill Plaza mistakes the gas for the brake, or drive for reverse, a concrete-filled bollard will be standing between car and storefront.
Oodles of little people — ranging in size from “only this high” to “my, how you’ve grown!” converged on Historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz last Saturday to participate in the annual Easter egg hunt.
Residents of the New Paltz Central School District got their first look at the proposed 2018-19 school budget on March 21.
That the nationwide opioid crisis is directly impacting New Paltz is no longer in doubt, and at their joint meeting on March 14 town and village officials heard more about what’s being done about it.
This baseball season could be the year when no one wants to be caught in a storm at the Babe Ruth field, because there will be nowhere to hide.
The provider has the low bid, and the town intends to move forward. The result would mean all residents would have to use County Waste for curbside pickup. Costs would be more than $10 cheaper per month, say town officials.