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It's the unofficial last weekend of summer, so enjoy one final three-day fling before school starts, and take the family to one of the dozens of events taking place around the region this weekend.
An effort to get Ulster County to pick up the full costs of elections from local municipalities was defeated this week by the Ulster County Legislature.
A 72-year-old woman was able to fight off an armed robber who pointed a gun at her face at Orlando's Food Market Wednesday afternoon, Ellenville police say.
Roughly 100 people joined an ad hoc choir Wednesday to call out the Ulster County Industrial Development Agency and the tax-abating PILOTs it grants.
In light of increased costs and delays on a project to turn the former Sophie Finn Elementary School in Kingston into a SUNY Ulster satellite campus, an Ulster County legislator wants to create an oversight committee to track its progress.
Kingston City Court Judge Lawrence Ball is facing a misdemeanor criminal contempt charge, accused by Alderwoman Elisa Ball of picking up their children despite her having custody of them, a complaint says.
A state appellate court says the way Ulster County charges property owners for missing back tax installment pay is "unreasonable" and excessive.
A Kingston resident had to be subdued by Taser early Sunday morning after the man threatened a woman in a New Paltz parking lot and subsequently threatened police officers who approached him.
It was announced today that Her Excellency Anne Anderson, Ambassador of Ireland to the United States, will raise the Irish flag prior to the opening ceremonies for the 14th annual "Hooley on the Hudson," a day-long Kingston Rondout waterfront celebration of all things Irish.
A former Ulster County legislator from Marlborough has been arrested on a felony charge, accused by state police of possessing more than $3,000 worth of stolen property.
Less than 100 miles from the hustle and bustle of New York City, Ulster County is a hidden Northeastern gem-a tranquil destination for urban runners in need of some fresh air and long-weekend relaxation.
On Shandaken Day, August 23, eight large graphic panels outlining the history and culture of Shandaken will be unveiled.
Ulster County Executive Mike Hein has negotiated a one-year, $201,600 extension to a lease for the Ulster County Family Court building at 16 Lucas Ave. The new lease proposed by Hein would pay out $67,200 for the rest of this year and $134,400 next year, not including real estate taxes, insurance and maintenance.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 02:30 pm
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