Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced yesterday that those attending the Ulster County Fair will be able to get vaccinated on-site.
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Woodstock Library trustees are all-in on a plan to purchase the former Miller-Howard Investments building in Bearsville and convert it into the library’s new home.
Low-cost airline Frontier Airlines will begin offering flights to three Florida cities from Stewart International Airport this fall, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday.
Topics include: Armed robbery on Main Street in New Paltz; Local animal shelter celebrates 130 years; The THE BAND Band to bring Stage Fright to Woodstock Playhouse; Student volunteers join Habitat for Humanity home dedication; and more.
Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced Tuesday that Ulster County has topped 100 active COVID-19 cases for the first time since May 24, a month after the first-case of the highly-contagious Delta variant was announced in the county.
The Town of Kingston Planning Board has determined that construction of the proposed steel and concrete fabrication plant at 850 Route 28, next to the Bluestone Wild Forest, Lake Onteora and Pickerel Pond, would have a significant impact on the environment and requires a complete Environmental Impact Statement.
Elected and law enforcement officials have formed the new countywide Anti-Violence Effort Response Team comprised of law-enforcement officials, social workers and mental health experts as they tackle an ongoing surge in gun violence and violent crime in Ulster County.
Topics include: HealthAlliance offers new heart care services; King Arthur live at Bard SummerScape; Open Space Institute recognizes young Hudson Valley environmental, cultural leaders; “Sacred Structures opens” August 21 at Kleinert; and more.
Topics include: City of Kingston awarded $50K grant for street trees; Woodstock Library Fair returns; Planned Parenthood reopens Kingston location; Legoland® New York Resort opens all seven Lego®-themed lands; and more.
The rise in housing prices in the Hudson Valley is more than just an inconvenience for current renters and prospective homebuyers. It’s also pushing residents into homelessness while simultaneously limiting the resources available for this population, say housing advocates.