Local law-enforcement officials say the state’s new red-flag law will give the public a valuable tool to prevent mass shootings by getting guns out of the hands of potentially dangerous people. But gun-rights advocates worry that the law will deprive law abiding gun owners of due process and leave them vulnerable to abuse or harassment.
The Kingston High School (KHS) Tiger Marching Band took first place in its division last Saturday evening at its first state Field Band Conference competition of the season in Schenectady.
The fate of the Boiceville post office’s current closure seems to be in a temporary limbo.
The Kingston pre-kindergarten center at the Meagher School is off to a quick start, with new students getting more acclimated by the day. School officials say they’re hoping to open pre-K by two more classrooms in January by way of a state grant.
Recusals and changes of venue have slowed down efforts to close several dumps in Saugerties. The dumps have been cited by the town for accepting material from outside the area and by the DEC following tests that revealed harmful contaminants.
On July 27, a Town of Wallkill resident reported to State Police that they may have been tricked into sending
Murder charges against 36-year-old Lance J. Ferguson, a Kingston man being held for the August 9 slaying of a homeless man near an encampment on the banks of the Esopus Creek, have been put on hold after a court declared him incompetent to stand trial.
Saugerties town and village officials, along with officials in the other 44 states where the plant has become an ecological nuisance, have scratched their heads for nearly a decade over how to efficiently and cost-effectively quell the plant without promoting its spread — any segmentation of the milfoil plant can lead to further growth.
Yesterday at approximately 2:45 p.m., state police observed a black 2009 Honda Accord traveling west on Interstate 84 in the
The Engineering Innovation Hub, a nearly 19,500-square-foot academic building located near Resnick Engineering Hall that will help support SUNY New Paltz’s rapidly growing engineering programs and will collaborate with local industry, opened today.