We reached out to four local essential workers who were among the first to receive the vaccine. What was their experience like? What would they like to say to those who are on the fence about getting vaccinated? And what has it been like to work in a healthcare setting these last nine months?
Henry Street, which extends from Broadway to Wall Street, is slated to get a facelift. The existing sidewalks, a patchwork
The Ulster County Sheriff released the body cam footage yesterday from the arrest of a 26-year-old Saugerties woman that led to claims of excessive force following a traffic stop in the town of Ulster.
A 26-year-old Saugerties woman who was arrested following a traffic stop, part of which was caught on video, said an Ulster County Sheriff’s deputy used excessive force that gave her a concussion, nerve damage in her wrist from the handcuffs, and bruises on her body, putting her out of work for three days.
Topics include: SUNY continuity plan; YWCA gets million-dollar grant; Belleayre lodge damaged by avalanche; Film about Esopus Creek streaming for a limited time; and more.
At the end of November, the City of Kingston partnered with Rupco to launch the Kingston Rental Assistance Program, which “provides up to three months rental arrears for low and moderate income families.”
As New York City’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) continues to work on cleaning biofilm from the inside of the Catskills Aqueduct, replacing ancient valves and repairig leaks in the northern 74 miles of the water supply system, there are times when it must cut off access to communities that purchase that water.
Woodstock Library officials will hold a series of small group discussions via videoconferencing better to engage with the community after the narrow defeat of the $5.8-million bond in November.
Topics include: Mengestu named professor; New Zappa doc in Rosendale; Saugerties candidates sought; BOCES students keep on cooking; and more.
There will be no drive-through lane for the restaurant to be built next to the Thruway, and the buildings must have second stories. That’s what the New Paltz town board decided in reference to a request for waivers on the Trans-Hudson Management project for the property between interstate 87 and North Putt Corners Road along Route 299.