Town Council members are expected to pass a resolution to get the question of a name change placed on the ballot this coming November.
The new proposal retains a Five Guys restaurant, and includes a Mavis Tire location, an urgent care facility, two more sites for restaurants.
The Duck Pond at Mohonk Preserve has long been a favored spot for hikers, photographers or those just seeking a beautiful place for respite. But now that our recent long winter has finally ended, visitors enjoying a spring outing at Mohonk are finding that “Ol’ Man Winter” didn’t depart without leaving behind some collateral damage.
For those who loved Terry, for his friends and family for all of those he touched, they can still find him somewhere in the water, just beyond that place where water turns to air.
Though it may come as a surprise in these days when craft-beer microbreweries are popping up all across the map, the fastest-growing segment of the alcoholic beverage market in the US in recent years has in fact been hard cider.
By the end of June, only County Waste will be allowed to provide trash pickup in New Paltz. The town touts the savings and efficiency of the plan, but some residents resent being deprived of choosing whom they do business with. “If I wanted to live like that I would have purchased a residence in a homeowners’ community,” said one.
Saturday, June 16: The 80-mile-long Shawangunk Wine Trail that runs from New Paltz at its northernmost point down to Warwick in Orange County encompasses 13 Hudson Valley wineries. Every year they get together in one place to put on the Bounty of the Hudson Wine & Food Festival, a wine-tasting event that allows side-by-side samplings of the region’s best.
Water Street Market has been showing free outdoor movies in its courtyard every summer Monday night for a decade now. The season is up and running already, with the last film slated for Monday, August 27. And this year, the third Saturday of each month will also bring an opportunity to view a free movie under the stars in New Paltz, at the Field of Dreams park pavilion, where the first of three Saturday night movie screenings this summer will be Saturday, June 16.
A New Paltz school bus collided with a minivan Monday morning on Route 9W in Ulster Park. The bus was free of students at the time, the driver having discharged them at Ulster BOCES shortly before the incident.
In our area we have one of the highest concentration of “zero-energy” homes in the country mostly due to the work he has done.