5 hrs ago
Hudson Valley Press
Life and legacy of Reverend Coleman Briggs
Reverend Dr. Coleman Briggs has retired after 52 years of being the New Hope Missionary Baptist Church pastor.
9 hrs ago
Albany police lauch homicide investigation into death of Kingston baby
Albany police are treating the death of a four-year-old boy from the Kingston-area as a homicide, Albany police say.
11 hrs ago
New Yorkers Collaborate for Women's Equality Act -Look To the Sky and ACT
As a woman executive and considering that my five out of six kids are girls- like Governor Cuomo - I have been blessed with a family full of girls.
15 hrs ago
Oneohtrix Point Never signs to Warp, releasing new LP, playing shows...
Brooklyn ambient artist Oneohtrix Point Never has been making some of the most well-regarded music of that kind for a few years now, and he's now inked a deal with influential electronic label Warp Records .
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Study: New Ulster rail trail would help boost economy
The proposed Catskill Mountain Rail Trail would bring to Ulster County $3.1 million in new sales, 44 new jobs, nearly 140,000 trail-users a year and $111,844 in yearly tax revenue, according to a study commissioned by the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference.
Accord: McLaughlin, Ryan and Emma Gumpel, a daughter, May 19, at Northern Dutchess Hospital, Rhinebeck.
Summer programs can help Staten Island youngsters cope with Hurricane Sandy
The break from the school-year routine and the beginning of summer with its promise of long sunny days, no homework and plenty of play time is anticipated with pleasure by both children and adults.
Kingston man with outstanding warrant could face additional charges
A Kingston man wanted on an Ulster County Court warrant could face additional charges after he was taken into custody by the New Paltz Police Department early Saturday, police said.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Health events: June 16-23
9:30-10:30 a.m. June 17 and 24 and July 1 and 8. Learn to eat and cook healthier meals.
River Life, 6/16
Walking around I saw hundreds of cicadas on the trees. Since then, regardless of the rain and cooler temperatures, thousands of cicadas have gone through their metamorphosis.
Editorial: Diversity key to surviving IBM layoffs
But the area will have to keep fighting back, realizing the days of relying on one principal business are long over.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Retro cars, clothes at cool Kingston event
What started as an arts studio by Ken Darmstadt quickly escalated into an all-encompassing experience when his daughter Renee joined the scene at the Cornell Street Studios in Kingston.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Editorial: IBM layoffs slap area with challenge
Nearly 700 jobs are being cut at the plants in the towns of Poughkeepsie and East Fishkill, a trend that shows no signs of ebbing.
Hein's office takes legal action against Catskill Mountain Railroad over rail-trail issue
The battle between Ulster County Executive Mike Hein and the private Catskill Mountain Railroad Company over building a rail-trail heated up Wednesday when the county gave the railroad 30 days to come into compliance with their lease or hit the road.
On a rare sunny day, why not take in some area "Best Bets"
"SMIRK" - Pine Bush author and humor columnist Carol Nelson Falcone reads from her book "Smirk," based on her column, at 7 p.m. at Elting Memorial Library, 93 Main St., New Paltz.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Man caught on camera stealing from Auburn business arrested, Auburn police say
The man caught on surveillance video stealing items from an Auburn business in May, has been arrested, Auburn police said.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Ulster comptroller throws support behind county exec's rail trail proposal
The Ulster County comptroller has endorsed the county executive's idea to develop 38 miles of rail trail along Route 28. County Executive Mike Hein's proposed Catskill Mountain Rail Trail "is a well-researched and sound fiscal decision for County taxpayers," said Comptroller Elliot Auerbach.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
In brief: Museum to host strawberry festival
The menu will include hamburgers, hot dogs, old-fashioned potato salad, beverages and fresh strawberry desserts.
Boomer calendar: June 9-16
4-6 p.m. June 9. Music by Shorty Kings Clubhouse. Free. Visitors welcome to picnic, dance and enjoy the swing music.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Kingston burglary leads to prison time
A Kingston man was sentenced Friday in Ulster County Court to seven years in state prison on a second-degree burglary charge.