KCSD school officials celebrated a clean sweep on Tuesday night as their $175 million budget proposal for the 2018-19 school year and three separate propositions all met widespread approval from voters, who turned out in fewer numbers than they had one year earlier.
Uptown Kingston’s culinary scene is morphing along with its real estate market. At least four new restaurants and a high-end cocktail lounge are slated to open in the neighborhood this spring.
Ulster town officials are discussing how they would handle the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency’s proposed departure from accepting single-stream recycling from municipalities, with a handful of different options on the table.
Polls will be open on Tuesday, May 15 from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. in all seven of the district’s elementary schools.
The honorees included a sharp-eyed patrolman who helped detectives swiftly crack a murder case and a trio of officers credited with saving a heart attack victim.
I wonder whether Andrew Cuomo had any idea before he took the stage at Sunday’s “blue-wave” Democratic rally in Kingston that his two-time running mate, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, would be accused of multiple instances of abusing women the next day. And resign a day later.
Among the recipients were: $6.3 Million for RUPCO Energy Square, Kingston; $4.5 Million for West End Lofts, Beacon, Dutchess County; and $4.4 Million for Fallkill Commons on Rose, Poughkeepsie.
A simmering dispute between Kingston’s rank-and-file police officers and City Hall burst into public view last week when the Kingston Police Benevolent Association issued a letter accusing Mayor Steve Noble of “political grandstanding” in his handling of two recent allegations of police misconduct.
Kingston Stockade FC had its first ever taste of US Open Cup action on Wednesday night, falling to the Long Island Rough Riders 6-3 in double overtime on a chilly night in Massapequa Park. Kingston went up 2-0 before the Rough Riders found their rhythm in the second half.
The natural-gas powered plant would be located on Frank Sottile Blvd., the road that runs behind the Hudson Valley Mall. It includes 30-40-ft-tall buildings and an 80-ft exhaust stack. Review will include sound, air quality, tax impact, spill prevention, and other issues.