Statistics released by the Kingston Police Department show that the number of serious crimes reported in the city declined significantly between 2015 and last year.
The popular restaurant has been closed for some time. “It will almost be a new building” when all is said and done.
The town of Woodstock is using its existing zoning law to regulate short-term property rentals popularized by such websites as Airbnb and will shut down those who do not go through the proper permitting process or meet the definition of a bed-and-breakfast.
Police arrested a man who said he was firing his shotgun through the wall and windows at some early morning robbers, but officers weren’t able to find any evidence of intruders.
CMRR does not plan to move its train cars off its residentially zoned property anytime soon, given that it has no place to put them that the railroad deems appropriate.
The town board has approved a 40-year agreement between Saugerties and the New York State Thruway Authority to provide water to the Malden service area.
Shortly before noon today, a CSX train traveling south struck a taxi cab on Doyles Ln., just east of Kings Highway in the Saugerties hamlet of Mount Marion.
Belleayre Ski Center will get a new gondola, base lodge upgrades and more trails, said Gov. Cuomo in an announcement today.
The resolution, which would expresses an opinion by the legislature and not affect any local laws, was defeated in a party-line vote.
Mayor Steve Noble said plans to install payment kiosks in nine city lots that currently offer free parking will be delayed by at least a month after the Common Council failed, for a second straight month, to approve a bond ordinance to pay for the new equipment.