A broken water pipe transformed the couple’s Barclay Heights backyard into a veritable mudslide.
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The charred remains of 18-20 Russell Street have been further reduced to a pile of blackened debris after demolition began last week. On April 21 of last year, a fire, the cause of which remains a mystery, took the life of Tanya Conklin, 46, mother of six.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) encourages college students to apply for one of 17 summer internships at its offices in the Hudson Valley and Catskill Mountains.
A dump on Route 212 is causing strife between the owner, the town and the dump’s neighbors, who fear for their drinking water.
The Planning Board approved projects on Old Kings Highway and Lauren Tice Road. The first would power approximately 75 homes; the second, 240 homes.
A half-dozen neighbors spoke against the project at a recent meeting of the Village Board, citing potential traffic problems.
On Feb. 23, 2018, authorities said, a Saugerties family awoke to find a crossbow bolt embedded in their living room wall, a broken window and a bloodied axe.
Eighty felonies were recorded last year vs. 52 in 2017. Total arrests fell from 539 to 515.
Over 20 years ago proposals for a local landfill were defeated. Today, Ulster County trucks its garbage over 200 miles away, a situation that’s becoming increasingly unsustainable.
A case that began with threatening social media postings by a Saugerties High School student that led police to a cache of illegal weapons concluded last week with sentences for the teen and his father, who helped conceal the firearms.