Dr. Albert J. Williams-Myers, professor emeritus at SUNY New Paltz and chair for 37 years of its Department of Black Studies, died after a brief illness on Monday, July 12, at the age of 82.
An effort is underway to establish a free food/community fridge in New Paltz, behind Snug Harbor facing out towards the Rock and Snow parking lot. This project has been organized by Mariabella Rivera-Todaro and Jasper MacDonald of the local non-profit, Millions of Butterflies. The fridge will be hooked up to the electrical outlet on the red barn behind Snugs and Rock and Snow.
New Paltz town historian Susan Stessin-Cohn has, with the help of SUNY student interns, put together an online exhibit about the Zion AME church that stood on Pencil Hill Road.
Sports cars, classic cars, hot rods and novelty vehicles lined Partition and Main streets in Saugerties last Sunday, with even a few along Market Street.
Settled and Serving in Place is a grassroots organization with chapters throughout Ulster County that aim to help seniors stay in their own homes.
The Friends of the Woodstock Library have announced that “Renascence,” the 90th-anniversary Woodstock Library Fair, will be held on Saturday, July 24 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the library lawn.
A compilation of the latest local sports news.
Tom Hallion, a Saugerties native and SHS Class of 1974 alum, has been selected as plate umpire and crew chief for the Major League Baseball All Star Game on Tuesday, July 13. The game will be held at Coors Field in Denver, home of the Colorado Rockies.
Enjoy a beer or hard cider while being regaled with macabre tales from the past.
More than 500 cars are expected to participate in this year’s Sawyer Motors Car Show on Sunday, July 11.