Cuomo’s frivolous lawsuit over property tax deduction; a response to the mayor’s state of the city address.
If the United States is indeed a deep state, “a hybrid association of elements of government and parts of top-level
Contractors began ripping up 11.5 miles of county-owned U&D tracks at the Ashokan Reservoir last week to create a rail trail. Meanwhile, the rail operation at the eastern (Kingston) end of the tracks reported just over 24,000 riders on its Polar Express run from Kingston Plaza to West Hurley last November and December.
Saugerties Republicans have a lot to worry about.
A deadly anniversary: The 1918 pandemic killed as many people in one year as the Black Death claimed in a century.
Old Kingston is officially dead. After 99 years of buying, selling and swapping, Sam’s Surplus Store in Uptown Kingston is closing their doors.
Under O’Connor, the Ulster County-based affordable housing non-profit has quadrupled its workforce and expanded into neighboring counties.
Two senseless accidents claimed the lives of local men in the last several weeks. There’s no one to blame, no one to rage at. Unless you count the local paper, which is taking ferocious heat all over town for publishing a Facebook post about one of the deaths on Friday morning, just a couple of hours after it happened, before all family members could be informed.
Selections from the Jan. 11 print edition.
The Democrats suffer no such restrictions as Ronald Reagan’s famous Eleventh Commandment, “Thou shalt not speak ill of fellow Republicans.” Take Democrat assemblyperson Kevin Cahill’s unloading on Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s state-of-the-state message last week. Badda-bing!