A coalition of immigration advocacy groups is spearheading a campaign to create a “municipal identification” program in Mid-Hudson cities, including Kingston.
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The story of Francis’ downfall is a story of #metoo and the “deplatforming” movement — where activists target those whose views or actions they oppose by putting pressure on the media outlets and institutions that give them platforms to take those platforms away — played out against the backdrop of Kingston’s insular Uptown arts and media social scene, and the cosmic universe of astrology.
Police say the use of realistic BB guns among Kingston’s youth is a tragedy waiting to happen.
While discussion over a 20-megawatt electric generating power plant proposed for the Town of Ulster has reached the county level, area residents are still voicing their concerns about a scoping document prepared by town officials. A scoping document outlines the topics to be considered in the review process, including environmental and neighborhood impact.
City police are still seeking leads in a July 5 shooting that left a 26-year-old man paralyzed from the waist down. Meanwhile, the victim’s mother has organized an “increase the peace” effort to promote non-violence among city youth.
New York 19th Congressional District hopeful Antonio Delgado is pushing back this week after Republican incumbent John Faso seized on an article in Monday’s New York Post highlighting lyrics from Delgado’s 2006 hip-hop album to argue that his opponent is out of step with the views of his would-be constituents.
On Saturday, June 30, Kingston parking enforcement officers fanned out through the city’s business district issuing warnings reminding people that metered parking remains in effect Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
‘It is simply inaccurate to assert that the [power plant] is proposed here in Ulster County only to serve the energy demands of New York City.’ said Peter Rood, GlidePath chief development officer.
A decision by a federal regulatory board clears the way for plans by the county to replace portions of the old Ulster & Delaware Railroad line’s Catskill branch with a walking and biking trail.
An Ulster County sheriff’s corrections officer embroiled in a racial discrimination lawsuit against his employer has been arrested for assault.