As an aesthetic experience, traveling the Hudson River Brickyard Trail is a time-trip through two centuries of the valley’s industrial past, rather than a sojourn in pristine wilderness. As long as you don’t expect manicured parkland, you’ll have a fine time.
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Ulster County’s main distribution hub for Covid-19 vaccines is the Kate Walton Field House at Kingston High School. It’s capable of delivering 45,000 doses per month. But so far, capacity fall exceeds supply.
The Kingston Common Council is considering zoning changes designed to create more affordable housing in the city. The changes would amend a number of different sections to the city’s zoning code. It would adopt a new section titled “Affordable Housing,” which would allow the planning board to deny site plan approval for development if the applicant does not comply with a number of different requirements for affordable housing.
A Kingston man was arrested in connection with a hit-and-run accident that sent a man to the hospital.
Kingston Mayor Steve Noble’s 15-minute pre-recorded state- of-the-city address, shown at the January 5 Common Council meeting, touched on how Covid-19 has affected the city, Kingston’s housing situation, parks and recreation, police reform and the city’s long term sustainability plan.
Topics include: Ulster County to set up “hubs” to distribute Covid-19 vaccines; Kingston gets a million bucks; Students from Saugerties gain real-world career experience while helping Habitat for Humanity; Ulster DA warns of scams; and more.
Ulster County is set up to 1,500 doses per day. Unfortunately, it’s set to run out of doses by Thursday.
The U.S. Small Business Administration this week re-opened Paycheck Protection Program for new and certain existing borrowers, following the passage
On January 4, the Kingston Common Council unanimously voted Alderman Rennie Scott-Childress as its majority leader for the fourth year in a row.
Mother Earth’s Storehouse, located in the Kingston Plaza, announced Friday, January 8 that it would close its cafe after an