Kingston’s team in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL, a semi-pro league) — the Stockade FC — had its season cancelled this past week, an innocent victim of the coronavirus. It’s a disappointing turn for the players and fans and for second-year coach Jamal Lis-Simmons.
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan today confirmed two additional deaths related to COVID-19 in Ulster County. Both were males: a 49-year old from the town of New Paltz and a 55-year old from the town of Plattekill. For reasons of privacy, specific information was not provided.
In less than a week of frantic activity, 340 face masks have already been manufactured and delivered, mainly to Ulster County’s drive-through COVID-19 testing center at Tech City site in the town of Ulster.
The Community Pharmacy Association of New York State announced today that its members will offer free home medication delivery (in-person
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan yesterday confirmed the first death of an Ulster County resident related to COVID-19. The individual was a 76-year-old male from the town of Plattekill who passed away at Vassar Brothers hospital in Poughkeepsie.
Officers from the Ulster Police Department responded to a 911 call on Saturday, March 28 at approximately 10:41 p.m. for
Ulster County will increase its hospital beds from about 100 to 335 by adding 235 beds at the Mary’s Avenue campus of HealthAlliance in Kingston.
How are financial advisors, those paid to help us laypeople plan for and ride out the ups and downs of economic life to match our goals for comfortable lives, speaking about the roiling stock market, business and personal income challenges of recent weeks?
“They can create teams for their classes, they can instruct live online,” said Kingston Superintendent Paul Padalino. “They can do video chats if they want to with up to 30 kids. We want to give them the leeway to do what they think is best. They know their students, and they know the best way they can interact with them.”
Here in New York’s historic and sometimes hysteric first capital, the abrupt and complete cancelation of nightlife has made things catastrophically hard for working musicians.