Catskill Center for Conservation and Development founder Sherret Spaulding Chase died Monday, June 7 at his home in the Town of Olive, surrounded by his family. He was 102. Chase founded the Catskill Center in 1969 with the dual mission of protecting the environment while spurring the region’s economy.
The main state-run mass vaccination site in the Mid-Hudson region will begin to transition operations from the Ulster County Fairgrounds in New Paltz to a mobile vaccination trailer at the SUNY Ulster campus parking lot in Stone Ridge, effective tomorrow. Second-dose appointments made for the fairgrounds site will be honored until it closes completely June 29.
A total of 47 firearms were turned in to law enforcement at a gun buyback event in Kingston on Saturday as part of a program meant to reduce gun violence.
For the first time since September, Ulster County went 24 hours without recording a single new case of Covid-19.
After a week of searching for Andy Neiman, missing since May 21, his family is organizing a massive search with volunteers, drones and possibly boats this Saturday, May 29.
A Saugerties Police officer prevented a woman from jumping off the roof of a Main Street building yesterday afternoon by
New York teens who have been vaccinated for Covid-19 can enter to win free tuition, room and board at a SUNY or CUNY college online beginning today.
Police, family and friends are searching for a man who disappeared after walking out of MidHudson Regional Hospital last Friday.
The city is seeking a consultant to create an Economic Recovery Plan specifying what to do with $17 million in federal funds.
Saugerties Police Chief Joseph Sinagra said the program’s purpose is twofold: It cuts struggling motorists a break and improves relationships between the public and police.