A new law would require businesses and residents to clear their sidewalks within 12 hours rather than the current 24.
After bringing snow and wind to the west and plains, Winter Storm Harper is set to hit the Hudson Valley and New England Saturday afternoon.
New rules mean transfer stations in Ulster County can’t accept as many different types of plastics as they used to. Those plastics will instead end up in a landfill. The rules don’t affect customers of private haulers.
Why are trees coming down on the far side of Cooper Lake, where lies the earthen dam and outflow piping that takes the natural reservoir’s Mink Hollow watershed H2O down to Kingston, via the city’s treatment plant in the Zena-High Woods area?
Ritayik becomes the first woman to hold the position of chief in the 50-year history of the SUNY New Paltz University Police Department.
Residents living next to a rental property said that their windows shook, their animals cowered and their children were scared on the weekend of Dec. 8, when Long Island renters at a nearby Airbnb started making noise with their guns.
The Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency will continue to accept single-stream recycling from the City of Kingston through the end of February.
The town had sought state help in replacing the roof of the Kiwanis Ice Arena and further developing Bristol Beach park.
As Woodstock Library trustees begin preliminary talks with design contest winner Stephen Tilly for what would be a newly constructed library, they have sought advice from those with successful projects in other communities.
Zero Place will include 46 apartments and a ground floor of retail shops, and it is located at the corner of Mullberry Street and Route 32 North in New Paltz. Project engineer Barry Medenbach predicts that construction will take between 14 and 16 months to complete.