The city is moving closer to establishing a “land bank” that supporters say would help move derelict properties back onto the tax rolls. Mayor Steve Noble said he’s also exploring a more ambitious program to establish pockets of affordability in rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods.
Democratic Committee members endorsed Irwin, Torres and Ippilito, snubbing incumbent Bettez, who is running on a slate with Torres and Brownstein. Democrats registered in the town will determine what happens at the polls on September 12.
You’re invited to make the acquaintance of Dr. Tarkan Ceng on Monday, August 21 at 5 p.m.
A town volunteer committee is well on its way toward helping Woodstock create document that will serve as a guide to planning for the next decade or two.
The Institute for Family Health (IFH), owner of the David N. Mesches, MD Health Campus at 279 Main Street in New Paltz, has announced a state capital grant of more than $1.8 million as part of the Statewide Health Care Facility Transformation Program.
A number of town and village of Saugerties residents didn’t like what they saw when Frank Manzullo, a distributor with Surefire Sign, turned on what he said was a smaller version of the type of electronic messaging sign a local businessman wants to install in front of his Route 32 business.
The Kingston school board voted to extend Superintendent Paul Padalino’s contract through the 2021-22 school year last month, ensuring he’ll
New Paltz resident Mark Castagnetta, 52, was sentenced Thursday, August 17 to 18 years and two months in federal prison for child sex trafficking.
A Saugerties man who spent 25 years living abroad after fleeing prosecution on federal drug charges is headed to prison following conviction on identity fraud charges.
In November, all nine Kingston Common Council seats will go up for grabs, along with the city’s three seats on the county legislature. Democratic primaries for one legislative seat and single council seat will take place on Sept. 12.