In Ohio, five vaccinated residents will be randomly chosen to win $1 million. Connecticut is offering vaccinated residents free drinks.
School officials decided against spending state money on bullet-proof glass and ‘mantraps’ following public opposition.
Topics include: “Works in Wire” by Alison Eriksen opens at Historical Society of Woodstock; Saugerties principal loses bet; banished to school roof; Mohonk Mountain House appoints Kristie Prantil marketing director; Maritime Museum offers solar-powered boat tours; and more.
Topics include: Debt schedule & federal assistance for New Paltz; Satisfying our energy needs; Poisoning our democracy; Recognize our school nurses; and more.
A recap of the proposed budgets and who is running for the boards of education in New Paltz, Onteora, Kingston and Saugerties.
Wondering where you can get your first vaccine dose? As of Wednesday afternoon, May 12 you can go to: State-run
Before a reduced crowd of 200, Kingston Stockade FC beat New York Shockers 2-0. It was as perfect a start to a season unlike any other as possible for the home side, who made a stadium that routinely packs over 1,000 fans into the stands for home games feel like a sellout.
A compilation of the latest sports news in the Kingston, Saugerties, Onteora and New Paltz school districts.
The Hudson River Maritime Museum is offering themed boat tours of the Hudson River and Rondout Creek beginning Memorial Day weekend.
The event will take place from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 11. It will be hosted by Simi Stone, and will feature performances by Stone; Robin the Hammer; the Matthew Finck Quartet, featuring Tristan Napoli, Adam Cote and Bram Kincheloe; and the Energy Dance Company. Complimentary tickets are available, but for those who can’t make it in person there will be a live stream of the event online as well.