Maybe it’s already time to be talking not about too little water but too much — the more common condition in the New York City reservoir system in springtime.
Here’s to you, Kingston. We should be proud right now.
A former corner grocery store in Kingston’s Ponckhockie neighborhood has a new lease on life as a library and community center devoted to African-American history and culture.
After years of delay, Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week dropped $8 million in a capital development grant at the state-owned Belleayre Ski Center at Highmount.
A proposal to create 66 units of low-income supported housing at a historic site on Flatbush Avenue will have its first public hearing next week.
The forums are meant to provide a venue to discuss the ways that Donald Trump’s proposed initiatives for his first 100 days in office will affect life on a local and state level for members of the community. The first, on Sunday, Feb. 27, will deal with constitutional law.
Selections from the Feb. 23 print edition of Kingston Times.
Republican lawmakers are facing pointed questions and raucous crowds at town hall meetings across the country this month. Freshman 19th Congressional District Representative John Faso (R-Kinderhook) is not one of them.
Thomas Cole’s home on Spring Street in Catskill has left behind its near-death experience of the 1970s and as an independent non-profit organization affiliated with the National Park Service has been engaged in a recovery that would have seemed miraculous a generation ago.
Statistics released by the Kingston Police Department show that the number of serious crimes reported in the city declined significantly between 2015 and last year.