Brexit is way more complicated than I thought, and it’s driving Brits crazy, perhaps even more than Trump is driving Americans crazy.
Plenty of opinions about the coming election can be found in this week’s letters section.
The all-day conference on migration and mental health at SUNY New Paltz this Friday, October 11, is coming at an opportune time. Though American history records several eras when conflict raged over immigrants and immigration, there have been few more virulent than what’s going on now.
Thoughts on The Joker, Liz Phair at Utopia Soundstage in Woodstock, and Nikki Belfiglio of Bodega stops in this week to hype the popular band’s appearance at this year’s inaugural O-Positive festival this weekend.
Newly released bank data for Ulster County shows that the trend toward larger percentage gains in deposits for local and small regional banks than for the national banks is continuing.
Saturday, October 5: There’s even a backup plan in case of clouds. Saturn and the Moon will be just as nice one night earlier and for several nights later, though they won’t be next to each other any other evening. If you have any kind of telescope, this weekend is the time to drag it out.
In this week’s letters to the editor, the town supervisor candidates trade barbs, Town Board candidate Michael Ivino promises to serve everyone, a few more candidate endorsements, crime forum scheduled, bail reform, and Trump’s policies.
Topics include: No need for climate change walkout in Saugerties; Andreassen for supervisor; vanishing birds; public transportation for public servants; tax by tariff; no primary blues; and more.
Though the ribbon-cutting for the almost 19,500-square-foot Engineering Innovation Hub on the SUNY New Paltz campus September 17 had been widely anticipated, a press release announcing that Central Hudson, which had already granted the manufacturing center $250,000 over three years, was kicking in another $200,000 to the project (a $50,000 match has already been contributed by local companies) added further support for the event.
A lot has changed in the Hudson Valley since 2009. We’re wondering how readers feel the sense of community where they live and work has changed since that time.