Moxie Cup, midtown New Paltz’s popular cupcakes-and-java hangout, is no more — not by that name, anyway.
It has taken longer than expected to get there, but Kalleco Nursery in Tillson is finally getting ready to cut the ribbon on its permanent headquarters building.
Hannaford announced its plan to open a store at the West Hurley location last month. The market first opened in 1970 at the site of a former pharmacy.
The bed & breakfast has been criticized by neighbors, who say the weddings last year brought excessive noise, cars blocking the road, and trespassing by guests.
The town is preparing for a possible decrease in the assessed value of the Hudson Valley Mall, which lost two anchor stores before being sold for a fraction of its former value.
The plan is to take a 115-year-old steamboat which once plied the Great Lakes and transport it at some point in 2018 from Buffalo, where it is now, on a barge via the St. Lawrence Seaway down the East Coast to New York City and up the river to Kingston.
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.