Friday Jul 11
Trumpets and thunderstorms-strange sounds rock the Hudson Valley?
Last Tuesday, on the evening of July 8, several individuals around the Mid Hudson Valley reported rather strange sounds coming from the sky.
Rosendale Pool Fund within $100K of goal; demolition to begin shortly
After two years of furious fundraising, the end is in sight for all those Rosendalers and folks from surrounding communities who really miss the Town Pool at the Rosendale Recreation Center on Route 32. "The present status is that we will be starting demolition for the pool this season," reports Town of Rosendale recreation director Tara Burke.
Editorial: It cana t be about politics because they say ita s not
The governor has made it a priority. Many a taxpayer has made it a crusade. So when two governments show that they are ready to get started, that they have considered all of the details and need only final approval from Albany before they start moving the boxes, you would think that nothing could stand in the way.
Police: Rosendale man threatened landord with piece of wood, choked girlfriend, damaged police car
A Rosendale man accused of threatening his landlord with a piece of wood, choking and hitting his girlfriend and kicking a patrol car has been arrested, the Ulster County Sheriff's Office said.
Bill to consolidate Marbletown and Rosendale's town operations dies
The towns of Marbletown and Rosendale found they could save money by consolidating the physical locations of their town halls and justice courts within Rosendale Elementary School.
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Bronx School Grieves as Student Faces Murder Charge
Children and parents at a Bronx school laid out candles and flowers Thursday morning for a student fatally stabbed outside of school Wednesday.