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New Nelly’s offers authentic Dominican food in New Paltz

New Nelly’s offers authentic Dominican food in New Paltz

It may come as a surprise to some Anglo folks who are used to thinking of Latin American food as “too spicy” that this slow-simmering style is the essence of Dominican cuisine. And you can get the real thing in New Paltz these days: at New Nelly’s II, which last year took over the little shop at 235 Main Street that formerly housed Amazin’ Melts, directly across from Ulster Savings Bank.

New Paltz councilman Brownstein to bow out

New Paltz councilman Brownstein to bow out

David Brownstein will not seek a second term on the New Paltz Town Board in November. During the campaign in 2017, Brownstein expressed the desire to bring “a different level of civility” to the twice-monthly town meetings, which had been characterized by tension and sharp language directed by elected officials to each other and to members of the public.

News & notes (1/13/21)

News & notes (1/13/21)

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.