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A four-month Kingston police investigation into heroin sales in the Franklin Street section of the city led to the arrest of a 33-year-old homeless man.
Ulster County authorities Thursday arrested a woman who, they say, bought marijuana in Colorado, where sale of the drug is legal, and tried to have it shipped to her home in the Town of Woodstock.
An effort to get Ulster County to pick up the full costs of elections from local municipalities went down in committee Wednesday.
Featured in todays Record Newswatch - storms and scattered outages continue to impact parts of the region; a New Windsor man is indicted for siccing his pit bull on a police officer and Ulster County Executive Michael Hein unveils a proposed anti-tethering law.
But that's where attorney Michael Sussman found himself Wednesday, defending himself in a judicial hearing against charges that he had ineffectively defended a man who was convicted of second-degree murder 17 years ago.
The Ulster County Industrial Development Agency will hold a public hearing in late July on the Nevele Resort, Casino & Spa's request for about $100 million in tax breaks.
A Kingston teenager was charged with two felony sex crimes following an investigation by Ulster County child protection officials.
New York health officials have awarded $462 million to help 22 hospitals and five large public hospital systems statewide continue key services.
Utility crews with NYSEG and Central Hudson were working to restore power to hundreds of customers who lost electricity during last night's storms.
An Ellenville woman has been charged with leaving her dog in a locked vehicle in extreme temperatures while she shopped at the Wal-Mart in Napanoch.
A census of farms by the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows 7,000 more acres being farmed in Orange County in 2012 than in 2007.
Now that summer is in full swing, we'll be warned not to get burned. And some of those words of caution will have nothing to do with exposure to the hot sun.
Ulster County's Democratic and Republican committees will be choosing this week, behind closed doors, who they'll endorse to become the county's third family court judge.
More than 140 individuals, groups and organizations lent their efforts to help open a home in Kingston for veterans transitioning from homelessness to independent living.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 02:34 pm
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