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The New York State Department of Transportation is advising Ulster County motorists to expect a lane closure with alternating traffic along Route 44/55 eastbound and westbound between Route 208 and … more
The Friends of the Sojourner Truth Library at SUNY New Paltz will sponsor the 14th annual Dennis O’Keefe Lecture on Thursday, Sept. 24, at 7 p.m. via Webex.Nancy Kassop, professor of political … more
A newly published collection of essays, edited and partially written by a collective of SUNY New Paltz faculty members, provides a unique, interdisciplinary overview of women’s right to vote in … more
U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado (NY-19) announced more than $600,000 in federal grants for the Student Support Services Program at SUNY Ulster. The funds announced today are the sum of two annual … more
In September of 2016, Gaby O’Shea was struck by a vehicle and suffered life-threatening injuries. The New Paltz community quickly gathered around Gaby and her family and organized a fundraiser … more
Ulster County Comptroller March Gallagher has released the Mid-Year Sales Tax Report. The report provides information on sales tax receipts from the State, pandemic related impacts on revenues from … more
As Gardiner Library prepares to launch its literary magazine, teens continue to meet virtually via Zoom on Monday September 14 at 7 p.m. Middle and high school students who enjoy writing poetry, … more
The Gardiner Library will host a four week series of Art and Nature classes with Elissa Rinaldo on Thursdays beginning September 17 from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. For children Grades 3-5, each class will … more
The Wallkill Valley Rail Trail improvement work has started, and will continue through October. The project will improve overall public access to the northern section of the Wallkill Valley Rail … more
To commemorate the life and legacy of graphic designer and cultural icon Milton Glaser, Assemblymember Kevin A. Cahill (D-Ulster, Dutchess) introduced a memorializing resolution passed unanimously by … more
Reopening plans have been announced for the Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of New York. This includes Most Precious Blood in Walden. Since April, the Catholic Schools Reopening Council has … more
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler, on Friday, July 31, announced the release of the District Attorney’s Office 2019 Annual Report. The Report outlines the structure of the … more
The 2020 New York International Air Show, scheduled for the weekend of August 29 and 30, is still on as of this week, but may be moved from New York Stewart International Airport to the smaller … more
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County’s 4-H Program is excited to announce summer events in the spirit of agriculture! Our first event is sure to bring joy to families across the … more
A Plattekill man was arrested on Thursday, July 16 on felony charges of criminal possession and sale of a controlled substance. The Ulster Regional Gang Enforcement Narcotics Team arrested William … more
Members of the Ulster Regional Gang Enforcement Narcotics Team (URGENT) report the arrest of a Newburgh man following a long-term heroin and fentanyl sales investigation in the Town of … more
The Town of Newburgh Police Department has received several complaints, from residents, advising that they have gotten threatening or intimidating phone calls from subjects identifying themselves as … more
The New York State Department of Transportation is advising Ulster County motorists to expect a lane closure along Route 32 northbound and southbound in the Town of Plattekill, between Route 44/55 … more
A 39-year-old Newburgh man was struck and killed early Saturday while walking on Route 9W in Highland. State Police said Leon Ponder was walking southbound in the right lane of Route 9W at around … more
Indoor shopping malls in the Hudson Valley are now permitted to open.Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Friday, that malls in Phase 4 regions can open if they have advanced HVAC systems. HVAC … more
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