Spring into the season and support Mohonk Preserve at the livestreamed 24th annual benefit auction on Saturday, April 17 from 7 to 8 p.m. To view auction items and learn more about the event, visit www.mohonk.givesmart.com.
As time ticks down on the six-month moratorium on the processing and approval of permits for dog kennels and breeding facilities that was imposed in Gardiner in February, the Town Board has been tweaking its draft for a new local law that would regulate kennels.
The Town of Gardiner now has a mother/daughter team volunteering on the Parks and Recreation Committee.
As of April 21, the New Paltz Board of Education trustees meetings will be held in the high school auditorium.
Bringing students back into classrooms four days a week is on track, but for the lack of response by parents of New Paltz High School students to a survey about preferences for their children. Superintendent Angela Urbina-Medina confirmed at the April 7 school board meeting that Duzine students will be returning on April 12, followed by the Lenape students April 15 and middle and high school students April 26. An online guide has been released with all the details.
Eight Ulster BOCES students from four local school districts came in first, second and third place during career-specific competitions at a virtual SkillsUSA regional competition that took place March 22 to 25.
A compilation of the latest sports news in the Kingston, Saugerties, Onteora and New Paltz school districts.
Ulster County will immediately cease administering the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine following recommendations by federal health authorities made after
As of Thursday afternoon, April 15, vaccination appointments are available in Kingston, Shandaken, and Marlboro. Kingston– Sign up to receive
The ‘‘Our towns’’ column is compiled each month by Carol Johnson of the Haviland-Heidgerd Historical Collection. The entries have been copied from the April issues of the New Paltz Independent. To get a closer look at these newspapers of the past, visit the staff of the Haviland-Heidgerd Historical Collection at the Elting Memorial Library at 93 Main Street in New Paltz, or call 255-5030.