Small towns with a tourism season perennially grapple with traffic, but Woodstock’s vehicular woes seem to be getting worse.
Mountain high, road narrow Hunter resident Roy Silver urged the town board to do more to stop large trucks from
“There is a moral imperative to speak out in defense of our community,” said one resident.
As air conditioners start to hum in some of the region’s warmer spots, families are hunkering down trying to figure
The park was established without trash cans, in part to ensure town employees wouldn’t have to visit it for regular maintenance.
Three persons were injured, one severely, when a deck in the town collapsed on July 4. Regular inspections could prevent future accidents.
A New York City based-LLC has sent Uptown Kingston’s real estate boom to new heights by placing a $4.2 million bid on a Crown Street building owned by the Kingston City School District.
Seeking state funding for improvements to the courts and a new playground, New Paltz officials are considering grouping the playground together with a proposal for a new field at the “Field of Dreams” on Libertyville Rd.
The decision puts plans to convert the old Alms House into 66 units of senior housing on hold.
Moriello Pool was finally opened last Friday, July 7, although the kiddie pool will need to have its chemicals balanced before it’s deemed ready.