A break behind Smokehouse of the Catskills caused the entire system to lose pressure, triggering a “boil water” advisory that lasted several days.
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Topics include: Reverence Day/Day of The Dead at the New Paltz Rural Cemetery: Give blood to save lives; Woodstock gets new fire engine; The Gardiner Library hosts virtual read with dogs; and more.
Topics include: Frost Valley YMCA opens outdoor and virtual learning center; Rapid Covid test coming; NYSSMA selects four New Paltz Students for virtual performance; Catskill Center to host Fall Gala virtually; and more.
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced today during his live Facebook briefing that Ulster County is now eligible to receive rapid testing machines and test kits which can deliver results in 15 minutes or less.
If you’ve been walking, hiking, maybe even raking in your backyard, chances are that you’ve taken in that fetid dead-animal aroma that appears to be wafting over the Hudson Valley. The cause? Epizootic hemorrhagic disease, better known as EHD, is a viral disease that is killing local white-tailed deer.
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan has shuffled his economic development team, appointing Tim Weidemann director of economic development and Lisa Berger to director of tourism.
Topics include: New leaders familiar faces; Broadway Boosts Bethel; Where and when to vote early in Ulster County; Join the annual Riverkeeper Sweep on October 17; and more.
Some 21 police departments in Ulster and Dutchess counties attended a recent Hudson Valley Supervisors’ School held in Saugerties, supervisor Fred Costello said at last week’s meeting. The Saugerties Police Department hosted the event.
The Saugerties Animal Shelter has been working on plans for a new building, said councilman Michael Ivino at the regular meeting of the Saugerties Town Board on October 7.
A proposed cellular tower at the Mount Marion Fire House on Kings Highway in Saugerties aroused considerable controversy at a recent zoning board of appeals (ZBA) meeting, councilman Mike Ivino reported at the October 7 town-board meeting.