Wondering where you can get your first vaccine dose? As of Monday afternoon, May 10 you can go to: State-run
Woodstock Library officials are in the process of reviewing structural and environmental studies as they determine the next steps to address current and future building needs.
“A book was something I always wanted to do,” said Bliss. Now he has written a story to accompany a series of illustrations that follow the adventures of a charming hybrid animal named Valynn, who resembles a deer with the bushy tail of a fox. Jared calls the narrative “a journey of self-discovery,” set in a wondrous world that springs to vivid life in 12 of his ink-and-watercolor paintings. The exquisite detail and subtle, luminous color of the landscapes, seascapes and night skies of this magical world cry out for reproduction in bookplate form, and for sharing with the children in your life.
Thanks to state grant money, the Town of Woodstock is able to take advantage of a Hoosick Falls man’s expertise to save more than 200 gravestones at the Woodstock Cemetery that have been ravaged by time and neglect.
A compilation of the latest sports news in the Kingston, Saugerties, Onteora and New Paltz school districts.
A self-employed executive search specialist for the past dozen years, Saugertesian Andrew Cowan has seen major changes in the country’s employment habits, changes that have mostly accelerated during the now-receding pandemic.
Onteora voters will choose two school board trustees for two-year terms among four candidates and decide on a $58.78 million budget when they go to the polls on May 18. Candidates in ballot order are Joseph-Daniel Letendre, David Alterio, Valerie Storey and Cynthia Bishop.
The Woodstock Artists Association & Museum announces its third annual “Far & Wide National” exhibition, on view in the Main Gallery from Friday, June 4 through Sunday, July 18.
Topics include: SUNY New Paltz plans safe on-campus fall semester; Kingston Reads about Racism meets May 20; WAAM presents “Far & Wide National”; Work continues on Tidewater Center in Saugerties; and more.
Topics include: Woodstock lacks accessibility for people with disabilities; Increasing empathy toward black people; Time to rethink our plastic use; Do not militarize Kingston schools; and more.