Tributes and remembrances are pouring in to Facebook and other sources acknowledging the passing of Mark S. Braunstein, noted philanthropist and chairman of the board and founder of the broadcast supply house Markertek, on September 23, 2021.
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An excerpt from a chapter of the authors’ upcoming book, available in December 2021, entitled “The Story of Historic Kingston: A Journey through the Hudson Valley and Its Connections With New York City.”
The Hudson Valley Garlic Festival is back after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of last year’s festival.
Saugerties officials will host a public hearing for a revised version of a controversial property maintenance plan at the Frank D. Greco Memorial Senior Citizen Center at 207 Market Street on October 6 at 6:30 p.m. before that scheduled Town Board meeting.
Like many businesses across the country, Ulster County restaurants cannot hire enough servers and kitchen staff to maintain their hours. Coming out of the pandemic, the food industry may be irrevocably transformed, with fewer, perhaps better paid workers, higher prices and fewer dining out options.
Black-Eyed Suzie’s Upstate is racing to find a new home with its current lease at 230 Partition Street in Saugerties set to expire at the end of October in the midst of a hot real estate market that’s left the eatery with few viable options.
Saugerties Central School District Superintendent Kirk Reinhardt last week unveiled details of a strategic planning initiative designed to help all students become successful. The plan hinges on six different tenets.
Firefighters packed last Wednesday’s Saugerties Town Board meeting urging Town officials of a dire need to invest in another ambulance and increase salaries for Diaz Ambulance paramedics.
Greg Chorvas, Town of Saugerties Superintendant of Town Parks and Buildings, said at a recent Town Board meeting that he hopes to offer those with login credentials to access one of the security cameras at the Glasco Mini Park and check weather conditions at the waterfront before heading out.
The Ulster County Legislature voted 13-9 on September 14, to continue to contract with HealthAlliance parent WMC Health for pathology services, but not before several legislators, using the meeting as a forum, expressed outrage over the healthcare conglomerate moving inpatient mental health services out of Kingston.