Bevier Hall, a 212-bed, 49-year-old residence hall, is undergoing a complete mechanical and plumbing upgrade and improvements to its fire protection system.
Moxie Cup, midtown New Paltz’s popular cupcakes-and-java hangout, is no more — not by that name, anyway.
New Paltz Town Supervisor Neil Bettez believes that Moriello Pool could be operational as soon as June 17, if the work laid out proceeds smoothly. Board members held an emergency board meeting Monday night, May 15 to approve a prepayment of $5,250 to JD Masonry, representing a 50% down payment, for prep work needed before the new liner can be installed. Holding an emergency meeting for that sole purpose could be the difference between opening that weekend, or not until June 24.
Founded in 2013 as a public/private partnership of the Town of Lloyd Events Committee and the Highland Business Association, SpringFest will be back in the Highland hamlet this Saturday, May 20 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
It took 16 innings of high-pressure softball — a regulation seven to dispose of FDR 2-1 and another extra inning-nine to beat Ellenville 3-0 — but New Paltz softball, with a brand new coach and a starting lineup with five freshmen, rode the brilliant performances of junior righthander Jill Harrison to win its first-ever MHAL championship.
Officials at Planned Parenthood say that thousands of women in the Hudson Valley could lose access to health services like cancer screening and STD testing if a provision in the American Health Care Act that would cut off Medicaid funding to the century old family planning organization becomes law.
Each year, thousands of people turn out for the live music, fun kids’ activities, a 5K race to run off all those calories and, most importantly, a bewildering array of choices of mouthwatering morsels of the cakey kind.
Interested in both minimalist living and classic 1960s Hannah Barbara cartoons? This is the weekend you’ve been waiting for.
The victim and several witnesses were walking in the Southside Apartment parking lot when a vehicle approached quickly from the rear of the complex. The victim was struck by the front driver side area of the offending vehicle and knocked to the ground.
Gabriella O’Shea still can’t ride a bicycle on her own, but she’s healed enough that she’s ready to speak out about the dangers faced by anyone who pedals along the roads.