As frigid temperatures set into Ulster County this week and next, Town of Saugerties Supervisor Fred Costello has announced that the Saugerties Town Hall is available 24 hours a day for anyone needing a place to stay warm.
Do you walk, bike or jog? A reflective vest can make you more visible and safe. The YMCA of Kingston and Ulster County has vests available at no charge.
Michael Lang, organizer of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair (as well as the 1994 sequel) and longtime Woodstock resident, died of cancer January 8. He was 77.
The final traffic and bike path signals, which were delayed due to supply chain issues, have been installed and activated. With the activation, the bike path is now officially opened. However, the permanent signals at Broadway/Grand Street/Pine Grove are still delayed due to supply chain issues, and that section of the bicycle path is not yet open.
Actor, director, film historian critic and movie buff. Kingston-born Peter Bogdanovich has died, He was 82.
A debris fire broke out at West Kingston Recycling next to the Rondout Creek some time around 12:30 a.m. early Tuesday morning. Police cordoned off the stretch of Abeel Street and were turning away drivers on Route 213 just west of the Wilbur section of Kingston.
The Opus 40 Sculpture Park in West Saugerties has received a $300,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for the repair and conservation of the bluestone sculpture created by the late artist and Bard College professor Harvey Fite.
The Village of Saugerties is calling off its New Year’s Eve Celebration for the second straight year due to concerns over the spread of Covid-19.
A nearly $270,000 state grant will pave the way for the long-awaited installation of a new chiller at the Kiwanis Ice Arena that Town of Saugerties officials say will lead to substantial energy savings.
Members of the Ulster County Planning Board aren’t impressed by the North Putt retail project’s proposed appearance and have suggested a second look at the design. When Town of New Paltz Planning Board members met on December 13, most of them didn’t see the problem that their colleagues from around the county did.