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Topics include: Design for Henry DuBois Drive; Quarryville safety tower; Remembering JFK; An election for the ages; and more.
Two closely watched State Senate seats in the mid-Hudson have flipped, one from blue to red and the other from red to blue, as votes too close to call on Election Night 2020 continue to be tallied.
SUNY New Paltz reported Monday that 15 of its students have tested positive for Covid-19 during the program.
New Paltz police officer Robert Sisco has apologized for a rap video posted to social media in the spring that led to local protests and counter-protests, as well as nationwide news coverage. The apology was made during the police commission meeting held online on November 19. At least one member of a community targeted in that video has been willing to accept it.
What was happening in the New Paltz area in 1920? Halloween rowdies; counting the presidential votes; a new firehouse; agriculture update; one of the worst gang of chicken coop robbers ever apprehended; and more.
Forced to cancel the Gardiner Day festivities that normally take place in early September due to the danger of spreading Covid-19, the Gardiner Day Committee has announced that it will also not be able to host the annual program of holiday activities that typically surround the lighting of the Christmas tree at the town hall.
Members of the Village of New Paltz Environmental Policy Board want to pollinate the parched grass and cracked-concrete sidewalk in front of Village Hall into a vibrant garden that attracts the eyes and the bees to its flora and fauna.
Ulster County has seen its active cases of Covid-19 double in the last three weeks, with a particularly steep increase
Winter high school sports deemed low- and moderate-impact have officially been approved by New York State, with practices set to begin on Monday, November 30. With the Covid-19 pandemic still raging and infections once again on the rise, however, local school districts are still grappling with how safely to re-introduce sports within the context of their cohort-led hybrid educational models. Can it be done?