A proposed renovation of McDonald’s in New Paltz opens the door to addressing issues with that business by members of the Town of New Paltz Planning Board, including the brightly-colored play area considered out of character for the area, and the lack of wheelchair ramps along the sidewalk.
Health Quest Medical Practice recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its newest healthcare center in Highland. Located atop a hill on Route 299 between Highland and New Paltz, the 15,000-square-foot facility is a multispecialty office, housing more than ten providers who offer primary care, obstetrics, gynecology, cardiology and neurology.
Rosendale Waxworks is the combined effort of Shaun Johnston and Wilda Gallagher. Husband and wife as well as business partners in the new venture, the two have launched the brick-and-mortar shop with the intention of providing a venue for local candle- and soapmakers as well as a showcase for their own handcrafted art candles.
From the moment I finished my small glass, I felt markedly — shockingly — calm. An irksome pain in my neck was forgotten.
The shelves might not be fully stocked yet, but by the time you read this, downtown New Paltz’s latest retail establishment, the Root Cellar, should have opened its doors to the public.
A Kingston waterfront events space, a Woodstock manufacturer, a Town of Ulster bakery, and two New Paltz projects are the five Ulster County projects on the state final list of 21 priority projects for funding in the mid-Hudson region. The list was released by Empire State Development on October 1.
Siblings Colin, Samantha and Mackenzie Boylan are enthusiastic about the new direction they’re taking the family business.
This could be the last year that Ricci’s Barbershop will be in its familiar location next to P&G’s on Main Street in New Paltz.
“As long as we’ve had a restaurant, people have been asking me, ‘When are you going to do a cookbook?’” said Richard Erickson, chef of Bistro-to-Go, the popular take-out or eat-in shop plus bakery on Route 28, outside of Kingston.
The five Ulster County projects awarded local priority status included the Hutton Brickyards project along the Hudson River waterfront in Kingston, site improvement funding for northern Ulster manufacturer Ametek, a new expansion plan for Bread Alone, state help with the Wildberry Lodge and Spa project in New Paltz, and expansion plans for Gopal Farms produce and creamery facilities on Springtown Road in New Paltz.