Despite an order from the state Department of Conservation to shut down, neighbors say trucks keep coming in to Joe Karolys’ controversial construction and demolition debris dumps.
The conviction arose from an incident which took place in July of 2018 at the Northeast Center For Special Care in Lake Katrine when the man, who was employed as a janitor, attempted to subject another person to sexual contact when such other person was incapable of consent by reason of being physically helpless.
The show drew thousands of spectators, 600 to 700 cars, and raised $40,000 for local charities and individuals in need.
Police arrested a 33-year-old Saugerties woman Friday evening after a man said she stabbed him in the neck with a steak knife.
Ally Decelle, a graduating senior in the Saugerties High School Class of 2019, helped secure a $1200 Youth Opportunities Fund grant to assist the school’s Key Club’s Backpack Program, which sends elementary school students across the district home with meals on weekends.
Maybe badly buffeted Norwegian Air will experience a resurgence. Maybe it’ll thrive again. Maybe it’ll survive only in another form under another ownership. Maybe it’ll go bankrupt.
Last year, after his bladder and lymph nodes were removed, lifetime Barclay Heights resident Tony Amato was declared cancer-free. But it came back with a vengeance six months later, encroaching upon the 48-year-old’s liver and lungs. “Tony’s Army” — about 200 of Tony’s of friends, family and neighbors — are selling hot dogs and baked goods to patrons outside of Kylie’s Sweet Shop during the annual Sawyer Motors Car Show on Sunday, July 7 from 1-6 p.m. to raise funds for his ramping medical expenses.
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.
All manner of hot rods and classic cars from years past will line the streets of the village this Sunday, July 7 from 1-6 p.m. for the 16th annual Sawyer Motors Car Show.
Saugerties town officials are planning to build a new shelter entirely, and move it to a more visible location. While the location and design for the shelter have yet to be drawn up, Town Supervisor Fred Costello Jr. said that officials will decide in a matter of months.