Dutchess County Fair president/CEO Andy Imperati announced Wednesday that the Dutchess County Fair is returning to the fairgrounds on U.S. Route 9 in Rhinebeck on Tuesday, August 24 through Sunday, August 29.
Woodstock is considering a nine-month freeze on new short-term rental permits while it figures out what to do about skyrocketing rents.
Topics include: “Works in Wire” by Alison Eriksen opens at Historical Society of Woodstock; Saugerties principal loses bet; banished to school roof; Mohonk Mountain House appoints Kristie Prantil marketing director; Maritime Museum offers solar-powered boat tours; and more.
Wondering where you can get your first vaccine dose? As of Wednesday afternoon, May 12 you can go to: State-run
Topics include: Time to break out the Saugerties weed harvester; County to distribute food to needy in Saugerties on fourth Friday each month; Saugerties Village Board discusses the return to in-person meetings; and Saugerties sewer plant upgrade would cost $4.7 million.
The Mohonk Mountain House has appointed Kristie Prantil as director of marketing. In her new role, Prantil will oversee marketing strategies and drive revenue objectives for the historic resort.
Woodstock Library officials are in the process of reviewing structural and environmental studies as they determine the next steps to address current and future building needs.
Topics include: SUNY New Paltz plans safe on-campus fall semester; Kingston Reads about Racism meets May 20; WAAM presents “Far & Wide National”; Work continues on Tidewater Center in Saugerties; and more.
Age discrimination is real. Older job seekers are often passed over in favor of younger applicants who employers believe will be more malleable and work longer hours for less compensation. Here, a veteran recruiter offers inside tips on how to sidestep the pitfalls of job hunting over 50.
Will Ulster reach herd immunity? As fewer residents seek vaccinations, the county executive is pleading for cooperation.