Plans remained in place to shift from fully remote to hybrid learning in the district effective January 19, although the superintendent is prepared to change that as conditions warrant.
Topics include: Ulster County to set up “hubs” to distribute Covid-19 vaccines; Kingston gets a million bucks; Students from Saugerties gain real-world career experience while helping Habitat for Humanity; Ulster DA warns of scams; and more.
Topics include: True democracy in peril; A time to take God’s side; No tax break, Kingstonian; Doing the library proud; and more.
Ulster County is set up to 1,500 doses per day. Unfortunately, it’s set to run out of doses by Thursday.
Town of New Paltz voters approved the collection of a real-estate transfer tax in November with the money to be used to support a community preservation plan.
The U.S. Small Business Administration this week re-opened Paycheck Protection Program for new and certain existing borrowers, following the passage
ABC’s hit show American Idol on February 14 will include local singer, songwriter and musician Laila Mach. The New Paltz High School sophomore just punched her golden ticket to the award-winning live singing competition that is fielded by star-studded judges including Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan and hosted by Ryan Seacrest.
Rino’s Pizza, located in the Cherry Hill Plaza, announced on Saturday, January 9 that it would close temporarily following the
The ‘‘Our towns’’ column is compiled each month by Carol Johnson of the Haviland-Heidgerd Historical Collection. The entries have been copied from the January 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.
Lola’s Cafe, located at 49 Main Street, New Paltz, announced Friday that it would close after an employee tested positive