For $30, local entrepreneurs and tech enthusiasts will have an opportunity to have their startup ideas evaluated and guided by experts this July at Techstars Startup Weekend Hudson Valley.
The Ulster County Board of Elections will move into a new headquarters at 79 Hurley Ave. currently occupied by the Daily Freeman newspaper by 2022. Staff from the paper will move to another location in Kingston.
With just weeks remaining in the 2020-21 academic year, area school districts are rolling with new COVID-19 protocols, allowing students to remove their face masks while outdoors.
Topics include: New Paltz to celebrate Juneteenth; Lara Hope, Kingston Happenings present Kingston Musicians’ Comeback; Upstate Films reopens in Rhinebeck June 18; Bearsville Theater launches Sunday jazz brunch series; and more.
Topics include: CleanSlate New York’s criminal justice legislation; Pandemic Memorial Day: Memorial Day 2021; Onteora Lake development; In defense of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.; and more.
A compilation of the latest sports news in the Kingston, Saugerties, Onteora and New Paltz school districts.
Communities throughout the Hudson Valley have begun signing on to Community Choice Aggregation agreements, which set the default electricity rates and source for municipal customers who opt in. Increasingly, these programs use renewable energy, allowing climate-conscious consumers to help the environment without adding solar panels to their own properties.
Stuck at home? For some families who had space to spare in their homes or yards, the answer was obvious: Build them a new play structure, or add onto an existing one. Better yet, let the kids help!
Can’t make it to a vaccination site? Ulster County residents can sign up to get vaccinated at home.
Voting in five Ulster County towns as well as parts of the City of Kingston begins Saturday, June 12, for Democratic voters to select candidates to hold the Democratic Party line in the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 2.