Praise be the performance deities that Bardavon/UPAC executive director Chris Silva was able to sign such a box-office favorite and former Woodstock resident Bob Dylan for an outdoor concert at the Hutton brickyards property on North Street on the Hudson River waterfront.
A federal entitlement program that for decades has supported everything from after-school programs to handicapped accessible crosswalks in Kingston is on the chopping block in President Donald J. Trump’s proposed budget.
School officials in the KCSD are playing their annual waiting game as they hope the state legislature comes up with enough relief beyond Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s school aid proposal that will help them overcome a $1.1 million budget gap.
After years of playing second fiddle to the suburban areas around them, some — but not all — of the Hudson Valley’s urban centers are to some degree thriving again, though not by doing what they used to do.
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Against a backdrop of confusion, doubt and controversy surrounding the future of healthcare in America, HealthAlliance of Ulster County is hoping to break ground in June on almost $90 million worth of new construction at its Mary’s Avenue and Broadway campuses.
There are a lot of interesting bands and solo performers these days. Even for a music addict like me there is always more to learn about and reason to keep your ear to the ground or head in the clouds.
Though the anti-Faso resistance is mobilizing in Ulster County, the congressman won the race thanks to the solidly Republican north, and it surely looked kindly on his health care vote.
Bob Dylan spent the late ’60s trying to keep a low profile in Woodstock. Forty years later he used Poughkeepsie’s historic Bardavon Opera House as a secret rehearsal space. Now, the music legend and newly minted Nobel laureate is putting his talent on public display in the Hudson Valley with a groundbreaking concert at a new music venue on the Kingston waterfront.
If approved, the measure could be on the ballot in November when Supervisor James E. Quigley III runs for a fifth consecutive term.