A rundown of the candidates for town and state races for readers in Ulster County.
The Town of New Paltz’s Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative heard from the public last Thursday about how they should focus their efforts.
The Woodstock Town Board has approved testing soil and water for contamination of fill dumped in Shady by legally embattled landfill operator Joseph Karolys, but the move has legal challenges of its own.
A break behind Smokehouse of the Catskills caused the entire system to lose pressure, triggering a “boil water” advisory that lasted several days.
Detectives from the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office report the arrest of Scott G. Chislett, 28, of Hurley, currently an inmate
Diagnostic interviewing is a key component of athletic training. That experience makes Allison Lindsay and Bryan Lurie, athletic trainers in the Department of Athletics, Wellness & Recreation a natural fit for Covid-19 contact tracing, which similarly involves asking questions, consistent follow-ups, monitoring symptoms, creating documentation, and protecting confidentiality. Both processes also require professionals who can establish trust in situations when anxieties are running high.
Topics include: Reverence Day/Day of The Dead at the New Paltz Rural Cemetery: Give blood to save lives; Woodstock gets new fire engine; The Gardiner Library hosts virtual read with dogs; and more.
An agreement that would significantly increase payments by the developers was touted last week by the county executive following a study by a third-party that found the project could afford to pay more than the terms that had been discussed since it was proposed. Kingston’s mayor, already on the record supporting the original tax agreement, isn’t so sure.
Yesterday at approximately 10:45 p.m., state troopers responded to a Mobil gas station on State Route 32 in the town
Two employees at SUNY New Paltz have tested positive for Covid-19, according to data posted to an online university dashboard. Those