For the past close to a half-century, the Shawangunk Runners and their comrades in sneakers have been hosting a six-week series of running races for kids and adults, in various spots throughout New Paltz, known simply as “the Summer Series.”
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New Paltz residents Victor and Pascal Guirma help to provide state-of-the-art educational resources to the residents of Guirgho.
A true celebration of the local by the locals, the long-running Rosendale Street Festival returns July 20-21.
The Rosendale Street Festival returns July 20-21. For more on the festival: See 80 bands in two days at the
Every summer a Hudson Valley town or two make one of these lists. Will it lead to more crowds? Or are there so many such lists of “cool small towns” being churned out by websites that it really doesn’t matter?
Francois Barcomb of New Paltz, who won the Jeopardy! Teachers Tournament in May, will be one of the 15 contestants in the game show’s upcoming Tournament of Champions to air November 4-8 and November 11-15.
New Paltz shade tree commissioners have been upping their game in recent years in the way they expend their budget for street trees.
Hot and humid weather did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm of the hundreds of people who showed up for New Paltz’s annual display of Independence Day fireworks at the Ulster County Fairgrounds on Friday, July 5.
Crazy Dan, one Dan Chisena, drummer and ﬂedgling impresario, has become to young local musicians on the prowl for venues to play their music — unexpurgated and mostly unadorned — the kind-of second coming of Bill Graham.
America has always been a society of joiners, and it was in that spirit that Ulster County executive Pat Ryan last Friday signed resolutions at the historic Volunteer Fireman’s Hall on Fair Street in Kingston to authorize up to $6.2 million in bonding for construction of a public safety training center on Ulster Landing Park in the Town of Ulster.