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.
Benjamin Wigfall, a retired professor of art at SUNY New Paltz and former owner of the Watermark Cargo Gallery in Kingston, died on Thursday, Feb. 9, at age 86.
While I love plugging inspiring bands or discussing the area with interesting people, many have mentioned to me recently how Kingston’s dining scene is actually the most poppin’ thing going on lately.
While the controversy over the proposed Resort at Belleayre continues in court, the seemingly settled issues of capital funding at the (unrelated, or is it?) state-owned Belleayre Ski Center at Highmount have once again erupted in public dispute.
Mayor Steve Noble said plans to install payment kiosks in nine city lots that currently offer free parking will be delayed by at least a month after the Common Council failed, for a second straight month, to approve a bond ordinance to pay for the new equipment.
An Ulster County sheriff’s deputy was injured while responding to a domestic dispute in Port Ewen on Tuesday.
With a series of critical hearings and votes coming up, RUPCO is inviting the public to see for themselves “Landmark Place” — its proposal to create supportive housing for the formerly homeless, elderly and disabled at the former city almshouse.
Letters to the editor for the 2/16 edition of Kingston Times.