“I think we can do something unique and terrific.”
There are some interesting changes afoot at Emerson Resort & Spa in Mt. Tremper.
On Saturday, the first 200 customers will receive gift cards randomly valued between $5 and $250, product samplings from local vendors, door prizes, sweepstakes, and other activities.
One thing — maybe the only thing — upon which this country can today peaceably unite is soft-serve.
The Institute for Family Health (IFH), owner of the David N. Mesches, MD Health Campus at 279 Main Street in New Paltz, has announced a state capital grant of more than $1.8 million as part of the Statewide Health Care Facility Transformation Program.
Owner Jessica DuPont has noticed a lot of young people preferring to pick up a copy of a paper book as an antidote to screens.
After the studio where her daughter took lessons announced it was closing, Mary Alexander decided to step in and open a new studio to ensure the 150 or so students could continue their lessons.
With Jimmy Buff, recently of WDST, and a new owner — a nonprofit founded by the son and daughter-in-law of multi-billionaire Warren Buffett — the station aims to phase out syndicated content and replace it with 100 percent local programming, reflecting “every aspect of Kingston.”
Wayne Bradford has an ambitious dream to bring a vintage diner from Ellenville to the heart of the Village of New Paltz. The 209 Diner didn’t get enough traffic in Ellenville, he feels, but if he can find room to shoehorn it in on the property next to Bacchus, it could again be a sustainable business.
Meghan Brown thought it was a joke. She’d booked two days and nights at a local hotel for some distraction-free studying for a licensing exam, but when she showed up, she was told she couldn’t check in because she was from Woodstock. “It’s our policy,” was all she got for an explanation.