A petition presented to the New Paltz Village Board seeks “a reasonable fine” in lieu of arrests for these “minor, non-violent, victimless offenses.”
New Paltz residents who prefer their garbage picked up at home will be required to do business with County Waste as of June 1, or just bring their trash to the recycling center on Clearwater Road.
The Gardiner Cupcake Festival will be held this Saturday, May 19 from noon to 5 p.m., rain or shine, at Wright’s Farm in Gardiner. The festival offers something for everyone in the family, from adults to children. Activities for kids include face painting, cupcake decorating, kids’ zone, pony rides, wagon rides and bouncy houses. Most of the childrens’ activities are free of charge.
On Saturday, May 19, New Paltz author Ingrid Blaufarb Hughes will be giving a live reading at the Adriance Memorial Library in Poughkeepsie, along with Nina Belén Robins, author of The Supermarket Diaries and A Bed with My Name on It.
Voters in the Highland Central School District went to the polls today and approved a budget of $45.3 million for the 2018-19 school year, as well as an $8 million capital improvement project. Michael Bakatsias, Camille Adoma and Edward Meisel were elected to the school board.
Local residents have surely noticed the road construction. Here’s what it’s all about.
Community members weigh in on the May 15 trustee and budget vote.
Heading to the polls in one of these two districts? Here’s what you need to know.
They made the trip through New Paltz’s Maya Gold Foundation, which is dedicated to creating supportive programs for local teens and fostering cross-cultural exchanges with Nepal.
It has been a long time coming, but motorists passing through downtown Rosendale and pedestrians and cyclists on the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail may find that it was worth the wait — especially if they’ve been trying to figure out where to park their car to access the Rondout trestle, or how exactly to pop downtown for a cold beverage in mid-hike.