An excerpt from a chapter of the authors’ upcoming book, available in December 2021, entitled “The Story of Historic Kingston: A Journey through the Hudson Valley and Its Connections With New York City.”
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If you experience, or witness first-hand, an anti-Semitic act in Ulster County, you have somewhere to turn for help. The Jewish Federation of Ulster County has launched a hotline, which will be monitored 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan urges business and community leaders to rally around a proposed redevelopment that would turn the now derelict former Ulster County Jail site at Golden Hill in Kingston into 160 units of housing focused on workforce and seniors.
Topics include: Join us to support women’s reproductive rights; Making a mistake about the Little Bear; Thanks for protecting trees; Support for local not-for-profits; and more.
A compilation of the latest sports news in the Kingston, Saugerties, Onteora and New Paltz school districts.
Topics include: “Signs of the Times” display at Friends of Historic Kingston Museum Gallery; Maritime Museum offers spooky lantern cruises; Living history cemetery tour in Kingston; City Hall tower restoration begins; and more.
Topics include: Apple festival at Town of Esopus United Methodist Church; Ulster Chamber receives BCNYS Award; Bardavon kicks off 61st HVP season; Annual Bike for Cancer and 5K Walk Run for Cancer raises $112,000; and more.
Barnes & Noble announces the opening of a new bookstore in Kings Mall on Wednesday, September 29, 2021. The new store brings Barnes & Noble back to Kingston after the closure of its old store in the Ulster Crossing Plaza earlier in the year.
The Ulster County Health Department will conduct vaccination PODs at each high school gymnasium on select dates during October and November.
Taylor Bruck, who age-wise is the polar opposite of his predecessor— at age 31, he is one of the youngest city historians in the state — is a pro who cut his teeth learning how to handle historic documents at the Senate House State Historic Site when he was still a child.