The New Paltz COVID-19 Emergency Group has issued a statement to the public about the need for mask wearing in New Paltz.
…should the Town of Ulster decide to opt out by December 31 they can later opt back in. The reverse, however, is not the case.
Roads were closed, fields and farms were flooded and cars submerged during this past Wednesday and Thursday as Hurricane Ida left some traces of its presence in Ulster County after touching down in Louisiana on Sunday.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will extend hunting hours this hunting season while implementing new dress code requirements aimed at improving hunter safety afield.
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan signed an executive order Tuesday requiring county employees and members of the public to wear masks in public buildings regardless of vaccination status as the number of Delta-variant-related COVID-19 cases continues to rise in the county.
Hundreds of tenants in Ulster County who are threatened with losing their homes have a new champion in Albany. Shortly after she was sworn in, Governor Kathy Hochul made COVID-related rent relief a priority of her young administration, vowing to reform ERAP, a dysfunctional program funded by $2.7 billion from Washington.
Ulster County announced Friday that it will reopen its COVID-19 vaccination site in the old Best Buy store at the Hudson Valley Mall in September and is partnering with SUNY Ulster and SUNY New Paltz to administer vaccinations on campus as cases continue to climb in the county.
The Gardiner Library will be participating in the Ulster County Food Fight! The Great Give Back 2021 from Wednesday, September 1 through October 17. As part of New York State’s “Great Give Back,” Ulster County libraries are “competing” to see who can get the most donations.
Topics include: Annual Art Walk returns to Kingston in September; Reducing Human-Bear Conflicts; Hooly on the Hudson September 5; Building the Ashokan Reservoir; and more.
A house at 188 Wrentham Street has come under scrutiny by neighbors and councilmen in the Town of Ulster for its display of large vulgar political signs which use profanity to target Democrats including President Joseph Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who left office this week.