The U.S. Small Business Administration this week re-opened Paycheck Protection Program for new and certain existing borrowers, following the passage
The Woodstock Library board voted on December 17 to have a dialogue with the community during the next few months. The intention of these dialogues is to hear from new voices and to understand why people voted either yes or no on the bond.
Native to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Criswell first came to live in the Hudson Valley in the late 1980s, when he was studying theater and anthropology at Bard College, pursuing a fascination with “ritual theater.” He credits his liberal-arts education at Bard with providing him a toolbox for “problem-solving and figuring out how to make things happen.
Today, U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) released the following statement: “Yesterday, a core tenet of our democracy – the peaceful
The theater has been closed since the pandemic came crashing down last spring, with no plans to reopen for the foreseeable future, leaving a big hole in many a mid-Hudson film buff’s heart. That makes it an auspicious time for a changing of the guard. Steve and DeDe Leiber – who founded Upstate Films as a not-for-profit in 1972 with a third partner, Susan Goldman, and have been running the operation in a very hands-on way ever since – have decided to retire and pass the torch to a new director whose identity they say they are not yet ready to announce.
Two residents recently lost a combined $10,000 in scams. Here’s how to avoid being the next victim.
After a nationwide search, the not-for-profit decided to go no further than its own backyard and promote veteran land conservation director Seth McKee to the post of executive director of the Scenic Hudson Land Trust and land programs. At the same time, Scenic Hudson hired Raul “Rocci” Aguirre as its new executive director of Policy, Advocacy and Science.
Topics include: Ulster County volunteers honored with MLK Day drive-thru celebration; Bear cub found in Woodstock; Rosendale theatre awarded “science on screen” grant 2021; Police investigate hit and run in Ulster County; and more.
Topics include: Water savings benchmark; 5G untested and unsafe; There is no climate vaccine; Wreaths Across America thanks; and more.
Around 50,000 Covid-19 vaccinations per month could be administered in Kingston and Ellenville when vaccines become widely available, said Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan earlier today.