Unlike the metal structures that began appearing across the world late last year, the Woodstock monolith appears to be constructed mostly of plywood that has been painted black.
Topics include: ARKAI to perform live virtual concert; Anna Conlan is the new director of the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art; Two arrested following Shandaken drug investigation; WAAM presents House & Universe; and more
Topics include: Capitol insurrection; Response to Dubois improvement project; Fighting back against scam phone calls; People’s Place is extraordinary; and more.
No matter which trail or carriage road you choose to run on, you know it’s going to be hard for you. It’s going to be cold, especially at first, until your core temperature rises and your circulation gets flowing.
Inauguration day is here, and for the first time in American history the vice president is a woman – Kamala Harris. Women have been increasingly breaking the glass ceiling in a lot iot of places. Five Ulster County women businesspersons – Cheryl Bowers, Lagusta Yarwood, Joan Lonergan, Tamara Ehlin and Karianna Haasch – were asked how they got their businesses off the ground and running, who their supports were, and what challenges they faced along the way.
Local institutions of various kinds are adapting to the restrictions on live gatherings necessitated by a pandemic. How is life different now, and how will it be different afterwards? These are questions that arise over and over again.
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced today that “through a whole lot of pushing and persistence,” the county was able
The Onteora School District has has extended full-time remote learning until February 1 amid changing Covid protocols and staffing difficulties caused by vaccinations.
With no comment or explanation, the Onteora School Board voted on January 12 to extend athletic director (AD) Kim Pilla’s paid administrative leave through January 25.
“We received some suggestions from the state and we’ve also gotten some suggestions from Boces, they did some research,” Kingston Superintendent Paul Padalino said. “But overall, our teachers know what they’re doing. They know how to handle their students. They know when it’s appropriate to have these conversations and at what depth. I try to leave things in their hands to cover these kinds of situations.”