Following the nation’s Pride Month celebrations, Elting Memorial Library will present a program about the recent Supreme Court LGBTQ decision on July 13 at 7 p.m.
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Nurseries are among the few local businesses that have blossomed this spring. While fear of the pandemic may have ravaged the mind, it was planting that revitalized the soul.
The pandemic may have forced local communities to change their Independence Day plans, but the July Fourth weekend will still give people across the Hudson Valley opportunities to celebrate.
Local pools are being filled, lifeguards being hired, and new safety protocols put into place. Ulster County residents will have
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced today that Ulster County will be presenting an Independence Weekend Salute to essential workers.
Adjusting to daylight savings time, Commencement Week at the Normal School, and preparations for the Ulster County Fair.
Topics include: Curbside service to be offered at Elting Memorial Library; Request to put sales tax negotiations on pause in New Paltz; Update regarding Moriello Pool opening; Virtual events at the Gardiner Library; and more.
Topics include: Mohonk tulip donation; Community solar now an easier option; Virtual teen advisory board; and more.
“We were blessed not knowing what we didn’t know,” recalled Sasha Gillman, now in her ninth decade.
New Paltz would like to open its pool, but county officials, citing state guidelines, say it’s not safe yet.