Katie Epstein’s first memory of her grandparents’ pharmacy and deli, now Hurley Ridge Market, was when she was three. “I was surprised as anyone to find out we were selling to Hannford’s,” she said this week of the announcement she got alongside everyone else at the market on Friday, April 21. “It’s definitely very sad to see this all changing.”
A local healthcare provider and a major regional insurer have settled a contract dispute that threatened to disrupt health services for hundreds of area residents.
Work on the project is expected to begin later this summer or early fall.
Independent family-owned Scottish distiller, William Grant & Sons, has announced the acquisition of Tuthilltown Spirits in Gardiner, New York State’s first distillery since Prohibition.
Route 9W on the south side of Saugerties is probably the last place one would expect to discover the serenity and wonder of a cave, complete with crystalline walls. That’s the location for Salt and Soul, a salt therapy spa that opened earlier this year.
Dave Szish and Scott Wolfson’s story starts in fire and ends in water, with stops in Margaretville and Olive as it saunters towards the Woodstock Farm Festival’s Wednesdays opening May 31.
The mid-18th century Dutch Colonial estate formerly known as The Inn at Stone Ridge reopened last fall under new ownership as Hasbrouck House.
After 30 years of selling imported crafts on Woodstock’s Tinker Street, west of Tannery Brook, Bryn Kelsey has moved her shop, Walkabout, to Rock City Road, just off the town green.
Cafés dedicated to board games are a relatively new thing. Miller says that the first one she heard about is in Toronto: a place called Snakes and Lattes.
The project is called the Wyldwyck River Camp, and it would be located on an 82-acre property abutting the Hudson River off Liberty St. behind the Glasco Firehouse.