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New Paltz board asks for more info on housing project
The town board has filed a Freedom of Information request with the Ulster County Industrial Development Agency, seeking information about the agency's involvement with the developer of the proposed Park Point housing complex.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Saugerties sex offender pleads guilty to second-degree rape
Donald McInnes, 30, of Saugerties, pleaded guilty on Monday to second-degree rape, a violent felony offense.
Area employment rose over a year, except for Sullivan
Ulster County and the Orange-Dutchess metro area saw gains in private-sector employment in the 12-month period ending in March, while Sullivan County lost jobs.
Ulster lost $3.2M in sales tax revenue
Ulster County lost more than $3.2 million in sales tax from January to mid-March over about the same time period in 2013, according to numbers from the state Department of Taxation and Finance.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Experts: Too soon to tell about Ulster
Ulster, which like Orange was underwriting its county-owned nursing home, transferred Golden Hill Health Care Facility to an LDC, which sold it to a private operator last June.
In brief: Man treated after being shot by officers, police say;...
The Ulster County Sheriff's Office said a Marbletown resident reported her vehicle stolen around 10:40 p.m. State troopers spotted the vehicle and tried to stop it, but the driver eluded them after entering Kingston.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
NEWSWATCH: Tractor-trailer roll-over in Goshen slows traffic for hours
Featured in todays Record Newswatch - the driver of a stolen vehicle is shot by an Ulster County Sheriffs deputy following a police pursuit; a truck roll-over brings morning commuter traffic to a near standstill on Route 17 West in the Town of Goshen and a Kingston man is charged with arson for setting fire to leaves on a neighbors lawn.
Suspected car thief shot by Ulster deputy during pursuit late Tuesday
An Ulster County Sheriff's Deputy shot a suspected car thief Tuesday night after a car chase through several towns, the Ulster County Sheriff's Office says.
Man accused in DEP murder case will get defense lawyer at public's expense
An Ulster County judge ruled Wednesday that David Reese will continue to be represented by a public defender at Ulster County expense as the trial date on his charge of second degree murder draws closer.
Police-involved shooting reported in Hudson Valley
The Ulster County Sheriff's Office says that its investigation into an "officer-involved" shooting is still on-going and details won't be released until later Wednesday morning.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Owners see it as step toward confiscation
Richie Post's passion for guns and gun history fills the walls and rafters of Fur, Fin and Feather, the Livingston Manor sports shop he owns.
Kingston man held on arson charge
A 29-year-old Kingston man was being held Tuesday night after, Ulster County sheriff's deputies say, he set fire to a pile of leaves on a neighbor's lawn.
Albany Times Union
Sean Eldridge is maintaining his fundraising lead on U.S. Rep. Chris Gibson in the 19th Congressional District - despite what Gibson's campaign said was his most fruitful fundraising quarter of his congressional career.
Conflict started at off-campus party, suspect arrested, jailed on $50,000 cash bail
A Brooklyn man visiting his girlfriend Monday night was arrested at the SUNY New Paltz campus for menacing two students with a handgun, university police say.
The Village Voice
Here's Why You Should Be Drinking Mead
There's a lot of innovation going on in New York state's alcohol industry these days.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Press & Sun-Bulletin
NY police rapidly ordering heroin antidotes
Police departments in New York are quickly ordering a powerful antidote to heroin and opiate overdoses to police officers across the state, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said.
A Tavola owners open new farm-to-table restaurant The Huguenot
Since its opening in 2011, Nathan and Bonnie Snow's restaurant at 46 Main Street, A Tavola, has been racking up culinary awards along with great word-of-mouth.
Back taxes sink Saugerties deal
And wherever and whenever once-productive property becomes a poisonous environmental danger or an eyesore, taxpayers are on the hook for what often can be millions of dollars in remediation efforts and uncollected property taxes.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Danger of oil spills loom in mid-Hudson
Rail tanker cars hauling volatile crude oil through the Hudson Valley are likely to rupture if they fall from the tracks.