A look at the fossil record.
Once again, the event will bring readers and writers together for four days of panels, classes, keynotes and a story slam.
Medical Associates of the Hudson Valley, which maintains offices in Kingston, Woodstock, and Poughkeepsie, will open a branch in Phoenicia at the town-owned building that used to house a clinic on Ava Maria Drive, across from the post office.
Parete, who served as a legislator for six years, including a stint as chair, lost to Nolan in the 2017 election in a three-way race that hinged on absentee ballots for a final verdict.
The Woodstock Artists Association & Museum continues its centennial year celebration with the opening of a new host of exhibits this Saturday, March 9, that celebrate the freshness and diversity of creation that’s been at play within the organization since its founding by a mix of traditional and younger artists in 1919.
If you like to bicycle or to watch other people bicycle, mark the three-day seventh annual Women’s Woodstock Cycling Grand Prix on your calendar.
A Woodstock homeowner was recently scammed by an unscrupulous chimney contractor. Here’s what you can do to avoid scammers.
The Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments from attorneys on either side of a First Amendment issue involving Woodstock resident and public access television pioneer and activist DeeDee Halleck this past Monday, February 25.
There’s a restful quality to the chiaroscuro of Renee Zhang’s 8 inch by 6 inch linoleum block print Banana Leaves, chosen by The Woodstock School of Art as its 2019 Annual Print. Despite the graphic stillness of the image, one senses wind in the darkness, quieted before a storm. It fits the times, now, but also demonstrates the acumen of a singular new talent.
The five wrestling Ross brothers have tried other sports, but nothing else has satisfied or bonded them as wrestling has. Competing for Onteora High School at the February 23-24 New York State Wrestling Championships in Albany, Nathan, a junior, took sixth place in his weight class of 152 pounds, and Nicholas, a sophomore, placed third in the 138-pound weight class.