New Paltz would like to open its pool, but county officials, citing state guidelines, say it’s not safe yet.
An unprecedented challenge; The cold facts; Police accountability and more.
Topics include: Food pantry open Tuesdays; School board and budget vote; George Floyd protest and more.
Instead of just strolling into a venue, you’ll have to tune in, and sometimes sign up online – say, if you want to perform (from home) at the open mic or have your say at the town hall. But we’re all polishing our Zoom meeting skills these days, aren’t we?
Topics include: Covid 19 memorial and Onteora budget vote.
Topics include: Socially distanced weddings; School budget vote June 9; Trailways resumes bus service and more.
Topics include: Jansen Road tower hearing; Sewer rehabilitation begun; Park projects paused; Stuart Robinson is stepping down as SUNY New Paltz’s director of athletics; Businesses easing back open in New Paltz; Mohonk Mountain House to reopen; Maya Gold Foundation online program for youth during stay-at-home orders; School Board election; Jane Deyo Wynkoop online; Lucchesi takes NPPD reins during COVID-19 crisis; Virtual wine tasting.
The Ulster County Fair won’t be happening this year, according to organizers. Here’s the announcement: Due to the evolving COVID-19
For the third day in a row, fire engines and police cars, sirens blaring, made their way through the village of Saugerties last Sunday to wish Tina Dean a happy birthday, just prior to her 1:30 p.m. birthday party on the front porch of the Ivy Lodge Assisted Living Facility on Main Street in Saugerties. She is 104 years old.
Local elections, eat an apple, wear a mask and more