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Police: Saugerties woman jumped off bridge after killing husband

Police: Saugerties woman jumped off bridge after killing husband

Saugerties police have released the identity of a murder victim and his killer on July 9 after waiting months to verify the details of his killing through DNA analysis. The puncture-ridden body of Randall Keith Adels, 58, was spotted by a Saugerties police officer peering through the window of the man’s estranged wife’s home at 1976 Old Kings Highway at approximately 2 a.m. on the evening of March 29.

Kingston health-food store worker tests positive for Covid-19: Shoppers urged to get tested

Kingston health-food store worker tests positive for Covid-19: Shoppers urged to get tested

Ulster County Commissioner of Health Dr. Carol Smith announced today that an employee at Mother Earth’s Storehouse in Kingston has tested positive this week for the COVID-19 virus. Anyone who has shopped at this Mother Earth store from July 1st to July 5 is urged to promptly contact their primary care physician and seek testing, or contact the Ulster County COVID-19 hotline.

Saugerties to convene police reform commission

Saugerties to convene police reform commission

Saugerties will be convening a police reform commission in compliance with governor Andrew Cuomo’s executive order ‘New York State Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative’. The governor’s executive order requires local police agencies to develop a plan that reinvents and modernizes police strategies and programs in their community based on community input.

Play ball in Saugerties

Play ball in Saugerties

Saugerties recreation and parks director Greg Chorvas said that the American Legion and Dutchmen baseball will play short seasons starting this month. As the teams return to play, the insurance carriers have forwarded a series of guidelines and policies that must be followed.

Letter: A tale of two towns

Letter: A tale of two towns

“Cheers to the Town of Saugerties, Ulster County, the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), Catskill Mountainkeeper, other groups and the NYS Attorney General’s office for fighting one owner’s illegal construction and demolition debris (C&D) landfills. People have a right to clean air, soil and water,” writes a reader.