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Communities voice opinions about West Hurley plan

Communities voice opinions about West Hurley plan

Residents raised alarms over a proposed Dunkin’ drive-thru at the corner of Routes 28 and 375 in West Hurley and its impact to traffic, safety, garbage and aesthetics at the gateway to Woodstock and surrounding Catskill Mountain communities. Dozens spoke at the August 30 continuation of the Hurley Planning Board public hearing on the Dunkin,’ formerly known as Dunkin’ Donuts, at the corner where a travel agency and an Allstate insurance office now exist in West Hurley. Plans are for that building to be demolished to make way for the Dunkin’.

Prominent Woodstock properties sold or on the block

Prominent Woodstock properties sold or on the block

A prominent property, the former Woodstock Automotive garage at 39 Mill Hill Road just sold for more than $1 million while a handful of others including what was once the iconic Café Espresso, are on the market or pending sale in this wild real estate market amid changing town demographics.

Chip shortage drives car price increase

Chip shortage drives car price increase

If you’ve been shopping for a new or used car in the Hudson Valley recently, you may have noticed a diminished selection and higher prices. The reason is a global shortage of semiconductor chips that shows no sign of ending any time soon.

EJ Bonbons & Confections now open in Woodstock

EJ Bonbons & Confections now open in Woodstock

There’s a high-end artisan chocolatier in town now, enviably perched right on the edge of the Village Green, in the space that used to be a Win Morrison real estate office at 2 Old Forge Road. And the chocolates are divine. It’s only a matter of time before visitors won’t dream of leaving Woodstock without a box of EJ Bonbons tucked in their totebag.