On Saturday, July 31 at 10:53 a.m., Saugerties Police responded to the area of Clermont Street in the Village of
The Ulster County Grand Jury today reported an indictment of Clayton Shafer of Esopus for Attempted Murder of a Police Officer, a class A-1 felony, and several other charges.
The New York State Police from the Rhinebeck barracks are searching for Bobbilyn Sturgess, 48, of Hyde Park, reported missing
Earlier this week, WMCHealth announced the opening of a new cardiac catheterization laboratory at HealthAlliance Hospital on Broadway in Kingston. The new laboratory offers treatments for blocked arteries, irregular heartbeats and coronary heart disease, services never before available in Ulster County.
A boil-water notice has been issued by the city of Kingston following a water main break at Lucas Ave. and Dunneman Ave.
Planned Parenthood of Greater New York announced today that it has resumed in-person, full-time sexual and reproductive health care services at its Kingston health center, located at 21 Grand Street. The location had been closed since spring of last year.
Paul DeQuarto, a native of Ulster County, started his law enforcement career in 1998 as a town police officer before joining the State Police in 2000. He is the new commander of Troop F, which includes Ulster, Orange, Sullivan, and Greene counties.
According to Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, the county was notified today that a vaccinated Ulster County resident tested positive for the Delta strain of COVID-19, which appears to be more transmissible and likely to infect already-vaccinated individuals.
According to police, a passenger car was traveling east on Route 44/55 when it collided with a motorcycle at the intersection Bruynswick Road.
Mayor Steven T. Noble announced yesterday that the city’s State of Emergency will be lifted on Sunday, June 20 at 4 p.m. The designation, issued March 13, called for cutbacks in some city services, limited public access to City Hall and the closed recreation centers and other programming.