A Saugerties man faces up to eight years in prison after he was convicted on multiple felony family offense charges in Ulster County Court last week, in connection with a 2019 assault of his ex-girlfriend.
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Saugerties Police Department and Police Chief Joseph Sinagra have announced the launch of a new website that gives people who use social networks and mobile devices an easier, more effective way to help fight crime and stay informed.
A Saugerties man was arrested on misdemeanor assault charges Tuesday. Police say the victim was thrown to the ground and choked during a domestic dispute. After an investigation, Saugerties police said they arrested James Robert Orr, 36 and charged him with assault, unlawful imprisonment, and criminal obstruction of breathing, all misdemeanors.
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan has announced that he has signed a 30-day extension to the State of Emergency order originally enacted on November 28.
Ulster County will hold two free drive-through at-home test distribution events at TechCity in the Town of Ulster on Wednesday, December 29 and at the Ulster County Fairgrounds in New Paltz on Thursday, December 30. Each event will have 3,000 at-home kits available to Ulster County residents, with one kit available per car. The events will start at 6 p.m. and run while supplies last.
The Opus 40 Sculpture Park in West Saugerties has received a $300,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for the repair and conservation of the bluestone sculpture created by the late artist and Bard College professor Harvey Fite.
The Village of Saugerties is calling off its New Year’s Eve Celebration for the second straight year due to concerns over the spread of Covid-19.
A nearly $270,000 state grant will pave the way for the long-awaited installation of a new chiller at the Kiwanis Ice Arena that Town of Saugerties officials say will lead to substantial energy savings.
Antonio Delgado tested positive for Covid 19 this Tuesday.
The new Omicron surge is where the first surge of Covid was in early March 2020. The fourth surge is establishing itself in New York State — and it doesn’t include many Omicron cases just yet. Because it’s much more contagious than other variants have been, Omicron is expected to spread like wildfire. There’s not much we can do other than what we’re already doing — masking, boosting, and avoiding crowds — to combat it.