Verraine was originally charged with murder, but District Attorney Holley Carnright said the investigation of the case led his department to switch to the lesser charge of manslaughter.
2.7 million pound machine named for civil engineer suffragist.
“Home is a sensation of relief … a place where you feel comfortable walking around in your pajamas … where there are people who one minute are driving you crazy, and the next minute you know they love you.” — from an essay by a Kingston High School student
Practitioners of four faith traditions — Lutheran, Sufi Muslim, Jewish, and Buddhist — will join in an Earth Day Observance at Zen Mountain Monastery in Mount Tremper. Sponsored by the Woodstock Interfaith Council, the panel discussion will address spiritual approaches to stewardship of the environment, followed by an outdoor ceremony in view of the mountain and a community dinner prepared by monastery staff.
Bids for repair of three washouts on the Ulster County-owned railroad tracks near Boiceville have come in considerably higher than anticipated.
“We’re aware of other ways of being than this capitalist madness. I barely ever sell my art because it makes me crazy. Art should be for everyone, not only a pasttime of the wealthy.”
After 30 years of selling imported crafts on Woodstock’s Tinker Street, west of Tannery Brook, Bryn Kelsey has moved her shop, Walkabout, to Rock City Road, just off the town green.
On April 3, the Shandaken town board heard a presentation by New York State Department of Transportation on the planned replacement of the Route 28 bridge over the Esopus and Birch Creeks, east of the Peekamoose Restaurant in Shandaken.
Ulster County expects to receive bids for repair of three washouts along the county-owned railroad tracks in the Boiceville area. Meanwhile, Rail Explorers, the rail bike company that has contracted to run tours along the Phoenicia-to-Boiceville tracks this summer, is considering alternate routes in response to concerns from residents along Cold Brook Road, originally intended as the last leg of the tours.
The citizens’ group Catskill Heritage Alliance petitioned the State Supreme Court in Kingston to vacate the recent decision of the Shandanken Zoning Board of Appeals in favor of the proposed Belleayre Resort, arguing that the developers should be required to obtain a variance.