Local landlords respond to a recent article on the rise of housing activism in Kingston. “I don’t understand how with mortgages, taxes, utilities, insurance and maintenance, the City thinks local landlords are making so much money.”
Kingston Times | Opinion
What’s next for Ulster? That’s a good question and a complicated one, with many possible answers. It could well end up a political knife fight for the ages, but it’s also a chance for the voters to take stock of where we are and think where we might want to head as a county.
If you have unexpectedly found yourself, as I have, reflecting back on Mike Hein’s tenure as county executive, you might also find yourself jotting down a list of traits you’d like to see in his successor. Here’s mine.
Listen, life is too short to spend every day wishing it was different.
While many were enjoying Thanksgiving dinner with their families and good friends, two young, brilliant men were in the last rounds of an intense bout for the title of world chess champion.
It was not so much that Delgado did better than 2016 nominee Zephyr Teachout had but that Faso 2018 performed less well than Faso 2016 — an indicator of intense Democratic engagement in this year’s election.
We believe the best choice to represent us in Congress for the next two years is the Democratic challenger, Antonio Delgado.
Sheriff Paul VanBlarcum did the right thing by traveling to Washington DC and meeting with President Trump after a member of the Sheriff’s Department died during a training exercise, argues Mark Ingoglio of Kingston.
It comes down to empathy. To grope, try to undress and then cover the mouth of someone else to prevent that person from screaming for help indicates to me a dramatic lack of perception of the fear that person is feeling in that moment. That’s an empathy deficit of profound depth. While we all can grow out of many things, I don’t know if anyone can go from being like that to being able to get over the extraordinarily high bar to be on the Supreme Court.
This year, the MeToo movement has liberated Hudson Valley women from feeling alone.