When police found Queens resident Keith Johnson, 46, in the woods near Phoenicia on May 12, he was alive but unresponsive. Attempts to revive him were unsuccessful, and he was pronounced dead at the scene, according to police reports. The New York Daily News reported that Johnson, a music teacher in a Queens public school, had been showing signs of distress recently.
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Olaf Meyer brought up what made him feel good this past winter. He was talking at Woodstock’s Meals on Wheels appreciation luncheon May 1 and wanted to share how much he’d saved on fuel by joining the Mid-Hudson Fuel Buyers Coop, whose board he joined after signing up for “windfall” savings just before the start of the 2017-18 heating season last summer.
The child was transported by ambulance to Health Alliance Hospital in Kingston and later flown to Westchester Medical Center in serious condition where he underwent surgery for injuries consistent with shaken baby syndrome.
Not wanting the public to feel locked out of the process, trustees have put a twist on the traditional request for architect proposals as they work toward the schematic design phase of the library expansion.
Problems include: uneven front steps, no railing, a tree that needs to be removed, no hot water and no gutters.
Trustees opted for a new building and to save a small historic portion that currently houses some staff office space. But there’s no design yet. That will come in the fall.
Since the 2016 the program has received 36 referrals for youth who have been trafficked or are at high risk of being trafficked.
Solane Verraine, who pled guilty to assisting her husband, Johnny Asia, to commit suicide in Phoenicia in November 2016, has been released from the Ulster County jail.
The detour will affect over 13,000 motorists per day. “There’s nothing really positive about this,” said the Hurley town supervisor. “I guess once it’s done it won’t be happening again in our lifetimes.”
Henry Reilly, the 23-year-old Saugerties man charged with the federal crime of making a terroristic threat March 1, pled guilty to a reduced misdemeanor charge of falsely reporting an incident in Woodstock Town Court Thursday afternoon, March 8.