After holding down a chair rental for the past four years at the former Clip Joint in New Paltz, Brigette Lewis has taken over the space from retired salon owner John Milici and renamed it “Suite 124 Salon.”
Some residents who live near the West Saugerties site say they’re concerned about a higher risk of cancer and other diseases.
The value of graffiti is very much in the beholder’s eye.
New Paltz Police made an arrest in connection with an early morning assault and cash robbery that took place Friday, May 26 in the parking lot of the Mobil gas station on Chestnut St.
During the question-and-answer period, not one of the residents who turned out expressed opposition to making Gardiner a more welcoming place for immigrants.
Drivers can expect to see sobriety checkpoints and increased patrols by State Police and local law enforcement agencies during this holiday weekend, using both marked and unmarked vehicles.
The project could include maintenance as well as improvements to buildings and grounds. The board and superintendent don’t have a set plan at this time and are soliciting public input.
App-based ride-hailing could be coming to upstate New York as soon as the July 4 weekend and at least one popular service says they plan to include the city in their statewide rollout.
Hugo Cuaya, aka Hugo Eleazar Cuayacoatl, 38, an employee at HITS Saugerties whom police identified as an undocumented immigrant from Mexico, was arrested yesterday and charged with second-degree assault, a felony, following a fight with a fellow stable worker.
The local law local law would ban discrimination against people on the basis of gender identity in “any place of public accommodation, resort or amusement.”