The Town of New Paltz is looking for volunteers to serve on the Board of Assessment Review, Bike/Ped Committee, Environmental
The Ulster Savings Charitable Foundation has awarded $2,500 to the Ashokan Center to support education for children from underserved schools.
The Town of Gardiner now has a seasonal municipal ice-skating rink. Measuring 55 by 95 feet, the temporary rink was installed over Christmas weekend atop the newly resurfaced basketball court in George Majestic Memorial Park.
The ‘‘Our towns’’ column is compiled each month by Carol Johnson of the Haviland-Heidgerd Historical Collection. The entries have been copied from the January issues of the New Paltz Independent. To get a closer look at these newspapers of the past, visit the staff of the Haviland-Heidgerd Historical Collection at the Elting Memorial Library at 93 Main Street in New Paltz, or call 255-5030.
Santa’s earlier-than-usual arrival at Woodstock’s village green angered some who missed his appearance and expressed their frustration on social media.
Topics include: Woodstock Library to hold public hearing on January 12 and January 13 and The Ashokan Center receives $10,000 grant award from New York State Council of the Arts.
Topics include: New Paltz Town and Village offices closed to the public; The Rosendale Theatre Collective celebrates Dr. King with Let it Shine!; Nature walks with Nick Martin at Gardiner Library; Ukuleleans! at Gardiner Library; and more.
Topics include: Saugerties seal ringing in the New Year; Saugerties Democratic Committee chair resigns; and Register now for Lifespring winter programming.
Mayor Steven Noble has appointed the new Director of Housing Initiatives for the City of Kingston, Bartek Starodaj, who will start on January 10, 2022.
A compilation of the latest sports news in the Kingston, Saugerties, Onteora and New Paltz school districts.