As an aesthetic experience, traveling the Hudson River Brickyard Trail is a time-trip through two centuries of the valley’s industrial past, rather than a sojourn in pristine wilderness. As long as you don’t expect manicured parkland, you’ll have a fine time.
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Ulster County’s main distribution hub for Covid-19 vaccines is the Kate Walton Field House at Kingston High School. It’s capable of delivering 45,000 doses per month. But so far, capacity fall exceeds supply.
New leadership will steer the Woodstock Public Library into the next chapter of planning for a new building after the razor-thin defeat of a $5.8 million bond.
Topics include: Ulster County to set up “hubs” to distribute Covid-19 vaccines; Kingston gets a million bucks; Students from Saugerties gain real-world career experience while helping Habitat for Humanity; Ulster DA warns of scams; and more.
Ulster County is set up to 1,500 doses per day. Unfortunately, it’s set to run out of doses by Thursday.
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.
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.
Topics include: SUNY continuity plan; YWCA gets million-dollar grant; Belleayre lodge damaged by avalanche; Film about Esopus Creek streaming for a limited time; and more.