“What Remains of Me” a finalist for the Edgar Award, given yearly by the Mystery Writers of America (MWA).
In 1973, Robert Konefal was a young chemist doing research for Nestlé’s but discontented with the corporate world. At the Pine Hill Arms, a historic boarding house in the hamlet of Pine Hill, he drank a good deal of vodka with the owner one night, and next thing he knew, he had bought the Arms.
You know the economy’s making big shifts, losing old business models, when a regional news website and one of the region’s top independent radio stations make paradigm-shifting announcements in the same week.
Residents along the road objected to possible noise and disruption from the bikes owned by tour company Rail Explorers, due to start operation in late summer
After years of playing second fiddle to the suburban areas around them, some — but not all — of the Hudson Valley’s urban centers are to some degree thriving again, though not by doing what they used to do.
The mud-luscious season we entered as soon as this past pile of snow started melting is perfect for poetry. Or at least its reading.
Woodstock Library trustees voted to further explore options for a new building while board President Dorothea Marcus remained adamant the move does not mean it is altogether abandoning a renovation.
Though the anti-Faso resistance is mobilizing in Ulster County, the congressman won the race thanks to the solidly Republican north, and it surely looked kindly on his health care vote.
“All firearms in the town of Woodstock, whether handguns or long rifles and shotguns and all air guns will be secured, unloaded in locked cabinets and/or protected with trigger locks whenever the firearm or air gun is out of the owner’s or custodian’s immediate possession or control,” the resolution states. Violating the law would be punishable by a $500 fine, 120 days in jail or both.
Now we are ready to continue on toward Kaaterskill Clove itself. It used to be that the trail up the canyon was officially a dead end. It ended at the bottom of the falls, and hikers were discouraged from going any farther. Now, however, as we have seen, you can climb the stairs and hike on to the top of the falls.