A Greene County man has filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging four Saugerties cops attacked him after an apparent road-rage incident last year in the village.
The planned alcohol sales at a boutique hotel had been the focus of a neighborhood controversy.
The system, which allows users without coins to pay for their parking using their smartphones, is already in use in Kingston.
Joshua Hockx of Saugerties, 36, died on Wednesday, Aug. 8 after his routine property maintenance at the Sturgeon Point Hydroelectric Plant in Rifton.
Sarah Dressel of New Paltz’s Dressel Farms was recently appointed chairperson of the board of directors for the New York Apple Association.
The 20-megawatt solar array would be located at the intersection of Churchland Road and Churchland Ln.
Ulster County recently saw the completion of a “data mining” expedition into short-term rentals by a third party company hired last spring, and is currently sending out notices to all Airbnb, VRBO, HomeAway and other such hosts reminding them about the county occupancy taxes they owe.
A Kingston man is suing two city cops who, he claims, used excessive force on him in a 2015 encounter on a Midtown street.
More than 100 people clad in red, white and blue shirts arrived at the 25-acre lake to launch about 60 kayaks, canoes, inflatables and other “floatables.”
The high-end boutique hotel being built behind the Center for Photography at Woodstock between Tinker Street and the former Hillcrest Ave., now Sgt. Richard Quinn Drive, has proven controversial— particularly the plan to add a bar and café with alcohol sales.