County Executive Pat Ryan this afternoon stressed the need for additional resources for COVID-19 patients following a 50 percent increase
Do you recognize the man pictured above? State Police believe he stole a car, crashed it, and stole a cart
The falls, viewing platform, and access trails are relatively small areas that are currently concentrating persons together, preventing safe social distancing at the site, said the DEC.
What began as a fun way to keep busy, provide some comfort to friends and make a little extra money for rent, has turned into a full-scale baking operation in a one-level house in Gardiner. “I’ve always dreamed of owning a bakery,” said Tanya Santos, a local mother of three, whom, like many of us, has been cooped up at home during the COVID-19 pandemic with her family trying to think of ways to stay busy and upbeat. “We were thinking of things we could do and Kaela (her eldest daughter) had rent looming, so I put a post on Facebook asking if anyone was interested in having some freshly baked cinnamon buns delivered to them and the response was unbelievable!”
Saugerties police officers arrested Robert Guarino, 37, of Saugerties on April 2 for allegedly damaging several cars in a parking
County Executive Pat Ryan announced today that the Ulster County Department of Health is now actively seeking doctors, nurses, and
Project Resilience, a community fund and local food distribution effort to support residents affected by COVID-19, has delivered 13,715 meals since it was established last month, according a release from County Executive Pat Ryan’s office.
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Notably, the declaration responds to the concerns expressed by many upstate residents about second-homeowners fleeing the epicenter of infection in New York City to seek shelter in more rural areas, using Airbnbs and similar short-term lodging, thus potentially infecting the Hudson Valley more widely.
Among the many entities hard-hit financially by the COVID-19 pandemic are small regional not-for-profit organizations, which tend to operate on lean budgets even in the best of times. For some, the blow from the economy’s screeching to a halt may prove to be one from which the group simply cannot recover. Teetering on the brink of such disaster right now is the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, the organization founded by Pete Seeger in the late 1960s to raise public awareness about the ecosystems of the Hudson estuary and the pollution threatening them, by means of building a replica of a historic sailing vessel.