Longtime locals who have a number of relatives and friends in the cemetery went from one gravesite to another to pay their respects, while others had no connection to this particular cemetery but were there to just be with others who were also thinking of their departed loved ones that day.
SUNY New Paltz welcomed SUNY Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson and other leaders in government, business and higher education to campus last Tuesday to break ground on a new Engineering Innovation Hub, a state-of-the-art facility that will help support and diversify the college’s rapidly growing engineering programs and support collaboration between the college and local industry.
A 21-year-old female was struck by a vehicle as she was walking in the crosswalk at the intersection of Plattekill Avenue and Main Street in New Paltz on Wednesday. The driver turned himself in a short time later.
A new lot will be constructed next year as part of a new trail. But there’s some question about whether to allow parking along the road in the meantime.
The hotly contested race for Gardiner town supervisor looks to be in for a photo finish, with incumbent Marybeth Majestic hanging onto her seat by a 21-vote margin.
New Paltz Town Supervisor Neil Bettez easily turned aside challenger Marty Irwin during his first reelection campaign; he will now
There were no surprises in this year’s election returns in the Town of Rosendale: The only outcome there that was
The process of adopting or fostering a child is a complex procedure. Along the way — as well as afterward — a number of issues arise.
Led by two-time double Section 9 champion Abbie Santos and a lot of great swimming by a deep, deep team, the New Paltz girls won their first-ever Section 9 title on Saturday, November 4 at Valley Central, cruising over second place Monroe-Woodbury 302-250. Long-time coach Don Bartlett was chosen as OCIAA Coach-of-the-Year.
For the fourth year in a row, Highland Middle School (HMS) presented its “Don’t Be a Monster” anti-bullying program on October 19.