Two more people have been indicted for local hip hop artist’s murder.
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Woodstock’s Mill Hill road work is coming along, but heavy rainstorms cause complications.
‘I hate to give up on my species, but maybe we put up a sign that says carry in, carry out. If you don’t, we’re going to have to close it…’
Woodstock Library trustees have chosen three architects who will compete for a contract to design a new $5 million building.
Historic Hurley is set for a truly historic summer starting this Friday, June 29, when Route 209 traffic from Kingston south into the Rondout Valley towards Ellenville, Port Jervis, and the Delaware River Gap gets rerouted so an aging span across the Esopus Creek near the state trooper barracks gets replaced.
The high-end boutique hotel being built behind the Center for Photography at Woodstock between Tinker Street and the former Hillcrest Ave., now Sgt. Richard Quinn Drive, has proven controversial.
A petition drive calling for the dissolution of the library district has trustees and supporters on the defensive while plans for a new building continue in earnest.
The state’s Appellate Division upheld a local ruling that would allow the construction of the long-planned Catskills resort.
A group opposing the decision to replace the current library building kicked off a petition drive to dissolve the Woodstock Library District and have the Town Board take control.
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.