Ulster County is set up to 1,500 doses per day. Unfortunately, it’s set to run out of doses by Thursday.
The U.S. Small Business Administration this week re-opened Paycheck Protection Program for new and certain existing borrowers, following the passage
A crew of Ulster Boces students from the Saugerties School District are “paying it forward” by helping build a home for a family of five through Habitat for Humanity (Ulster Habitat), a nonprofit organization that recruits volunteers to build affordable homes for those in need.
A 26-year-old convicted felon was arrested following a burglary investigation conducted by the Saugerties Police Department which began on December 3, 2019 when a village of Saugerties resident returning home from a trip found that someone had entered and burglarized their home while they were away. Detectives worked the case for over a year, finally making a DNA match on evidence they secured during their investigation.
The Saugerties Village Board began its discussion of a proposal to join a consortium to buy electricity produced from non-polluting sources and at a lower cost than the conventional electricity market. The discussion came at the board’s December 21 meeting.
Native to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Criswell first came to live in the Hudson Valley in the late 1980s, when he was studying theater and anthropology at Bard College, pursuing a fascination with “ritual theater.” He credits his liberal-arts education at Bard with providing him a toolbox for “problem-solving and figuring out how to make things happen.
Today, U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) released the following statement: “Yesterday, a core tenet of our democracy – the peaceful
Saugerties Town Councilman John Schoonmaker intends to run for the Ulster County Legislature when his term on the town board is up this year. He announced this week he would be running for the District 2 legislative seat, which includes the Village of Saugerties and part of the surrounding town.
Two residents recently lost a combined $10,000 in scams. Here’s how to avoid being the next victim.