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Expect traffic delays near New Paltz High School starting March 26  The Daily Freeman

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. >> Traffic delays are expected near New Paltz High School starting Monday, March 26, and continuing throughout the start of the new school ...

Mid-Hudson business people 'On the Move': Nov. 19, 2018  The Daily Freeman

Owen Kelso, of New Paltz, N.Y., on Nov. 1 became assistant principal of New Paltz High School, from which he graduated in 1992.

New Paltz school board election has six candidates seeking three seats  The Daily Freeman

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. >> Six candidates are vying for three seats on the New Paltz Board of Education in the May 15 election.

Ulster County launches project to improve South Putt Corners Road in New Paltz  The Daily Freeman

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. >> Construction is underway to make South Putt Corners safer for pedestrians and motorists.

New Paltz school board gets earful on racial tensions  The Daily Freeman

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. >> A dozen residents and the school district's student representatives to the Board of Education angrily recounted recent incidents of racially ...

New Paltz High School closing early due to water main break  The Daily Freeman

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. >> New Paltz High School is dismissing its students at 12:30 p.m. today because of a water main break.

New Paltz Central School District proposes adding psychologist, math specialist  Poughkeepsie Journal

The New Paltz Central School District hopes to add a fourth psychologist to its ranks as part of the $61 million proposed budget for 2018-19.

PHOTOS: New Paltz High School graduation | News  The Daily Freeman

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. >> The Class of 2017 of New Paltz High School graduated Friday evening at a ceremony at SUNY New Paltz.

3 people running for 2 seats on New Paltz school board  The Daily Freeman

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. >> New Paltz school district voters on Tuesday will seat two of three candidates for the Board of Education. Both will serve a three-year term.

New Paltz gymnastics grows into a team of its own  Poughkeepsie Journal

Feature on New Paltz High School's newly-formed gymnastics team, which is combined with athletes from Highland, Saugerties and Onteora.

New Paltz voters approve school budget with supermajority  Poughkeepsie Journal

Voters weighed a budget that exceeded the state property tax cap.

Hundreds attend New Paltz Bike Swap to donate, sell or buy a bicycle  Poughkeepsie Journal

The purpose of the community event is to get people of all ages and backgrounds riding on a proper bike.

Photos: SUNY New Paltz hosts rally for gun control  Times Herald-Record

About 150 people gathered Wednesday on the SUNY New Paltz campus for a rally for gun control. Students from several schools in the region held walkouts, ...

New Paltz grads look forward to college — and time off  Poughkeepsie Journal

184 members of the Class of 2016 celebrated at graduation ceremony.

VIDEO: Heart attack takes life of New Paltz student athlete  Poughkeepsie Journal

NEW PALTZ – A New Paltz High School student athlete who died Sunday after having two heart attacks had an undetected heart condition, his uncle said.

South Putt Corners Road Renovation  SUNY The New Paltz Oracle

Efforts to make South Putt Corners Road safer are underway; Ulster County lawmakers approved resolutions to spend an additional $635,326 on the project, ...

At Marlboro graduation, seniors celebrate accomplishments  Poughkeepsie Journal

Marlboro High School's class of 2018 reflect on their milestones and also look towards a new chapter.

Foreign exchange students cap off academic year in America, celebrate their cultures  Poughkeepsie Journal

The 17 students, who have been attending high schools in New York and Connecticut, come from 11 different countries.

Students awarded scholarships from Salisbury Bank  Torrington Register Citizen

LAKEVILLE — Salisbury Bank recently named the recipients of its 2018 annual Scholarship Program. Salisbury Bank created its Annual Scholarship Program in ...

Theodore Manolakes  Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

CHAMPAIGN — Theodore Manolakes, 89, passed away at home in Champaign late Saturday evening (June 23, 2018). Ted was born July 13, 1928, in New ...

Babysitter saves 10-year-old, dogs from New Paltz fire  Poughkeepsie Journal

Madelynn Haynes, 17, of New Paltz, saved a 10-year-old and two dogs when the house where she was babysitting caught fire.

District 19 Candidate Deliberates Over Gun Violence  SUNY The New Paltz Oracle

In wake of the recent incidents of gun violence that have taken place in the United States, one of the Democratic candidates vying for New York's 19th ...

Cheruiyot, New Paltz boys soccer edge Red Hook  Poughkeepsie Journal

NEW PALTZ - When Isaac Cheruiyot moved a year ago from Minnesota to New York, he was taken by the change of pace, blown away by the unfamiliar scenery ...

New Paltz High School student commits suicide; classes dismissed  Hudson Valley News Network

NEW PALTZ – A student at New Paltz High School committed suicide outside of New Paltz Friday, according to Lt. Robert Lucchesi of the New Paltz Police ...

ELECTION 2018: Ulster County, Northern Dutchess polling places for Tuesday's 19th Congressional District Democratic primary  The Daily Freeman

Here's the list of Ulster County and Northern Dutchess polling places for Tuesday's Democratic primary in the 19th Congressional District.

Poughkeepsie High School grads: 'Continue to write your story'  Poughkeepsie Journal

Poughkeepsie High School's class of 2018 graduated Friday.

VIDEO: New Paltz graduates ready for new opportunities  Poughkeepsie Journal


The farsighted vision of Tony Falco  Hudson Valley One

The Falcon in Marlboro is and will always be exactly as old as the 21st century and the third millennium AD. Tony Falco launched what would become his ...

The Ripple Effect  Chronogram

After their daughter, Maya, committed suicide in October 2015, Mathew Swerdloff and Elise Gold spent hours every weekend driving back and forth to Geneseo ...

Greenfield wants to tackle under-the-radar issues  Hudson Valley 360

Steven Greenfield wants to tackle issues in Congress that most politicians aren't talking about. Greenfield, 57, is running for the 19th Congressional District seat ...

Expect delays as road, bridge projects heat up  Times Herald-Record

Michael Newhard has nothing but good things to say about a construction detour that is sending trucks through a residential neighborhood this summer. As the ...

Sanders Rallies For Teachout In New Paltz  WAMC

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders rallied Friday in New Paltz for Zephyr Teachout, the Democratic candidate for the 19 th Congressional district seat. It's a.

Primary election voting sites  Poughkeepsie Journal

The following is a list of polling sites in Dutchess County for the June 26 federal primary election. Seven candidates are running in the Democratic primary in the ...

New Paltz teachers accepted into ‘master’ program  Poughkeepsie Journal

New Paltz High School math teacher Matthew Paley and New Paltz Middle School science teacher Susanna O'Brien were two of just 29 educators from the ...

New Paltz Bike Swap: Bikes donated, purchased, ridden  Poughkeepsie Journal

Amid rain, hundreds of residents hauled their old bikes out to the tenth annual New Paltz Bike Swap to donate them in exchange for money.

New Paltz High Leads Way in Gender Neutral Bathrooms  Hudson Valley News Network

NEW PALTZ–Over the past two years, Aaron Wesdorp had moments of uneasiness using the strictly male or female restrooms at New Paltz High School, so the ...

Alexandra Cymbal leads 2017 Journal Girls Golf All-Stars  Poughkeepsie Journal

Alexandra Cymbal of New Paltz led the pack of 2017 Poughkeepsie Journal girls golf all stars.

Man involved in police shootout in New Paltz dies  Poughkeepsie Journal

A man involved in a shootout with New Paltz police in October has died, according to the Ulster County District Attorney's office. John Tozzi, who has been in the ...

New Paltz CVS vote to come soon, probably  Hudson Valley One

New Paltz Residents continue to lobby for a full environmental impact statement, or EIS, to be required of applicant Trans-Hudson Management. The so-called ...

New Paltz's Kalus shines among Journal Boys Tennis All-Stars  Poughkeepsie Journal

The Poughkeepsie Journal's 2017 boys tennis all-stars.

Teenager Running for New Paltz School Board

Dan Torres is 18 and running for a seat on the New Paltz school board because he wants to bring "the district infor the 21st century," according to the Times ...

Slight chill does not dispel New Paltz Halloween spirit  Hudson Valley One

Trying to describe what Halloween in New Paltz is like to someone who's never seen it for themselves brings to mind lyrics from Circle of Life: “There's more to ...

Plenty of skiing opportunities, on the cheap, in good ol' NY  Poughkeepsie Journal

Why do 11 million people in the United States love to ski? They risk injury and endure bitter cold. They deal with clunky equipment and wait in long lines in order ...

GRADUATION! Area students celebrate commencement  Poughkeepsie Journal

Thousands of students in the mid-Hudson Valley are celebrating graduation this weekend.

New Paltz Rotary honors 8 students  Poughkeepsie Journal

studentsEight students were honored recently by the New Paltz Rotary.

Lucky C Stables finishes season strong  Times Herald-Record

Equestrian. Lucky C Stables finishes season strong. The Lucky C Stables interscholastic equestrian teams from New Paltz recently finished quality seasons.

SUNY New Paltz vaccination clinic combats mumps outbreak  Poughkeepsie Journal

NEW PALTZ - Dozens of SUNY New Paltz students sat in chairs and waited.

Nested Microgrid Proposed for Town of New Paltz  Microgrid Knowledge

A NY Prize contender, the Town of New Paltz, N.Y. has proposed a unique nested microgrid, a $12 million project with 10 nodes designed to maintain energy ...

VIDEO: New Paltz Softball Wins First MHAL Championship Since Nixon Administration  Hudson Valley News Network

HIGHLAND – New Paltz softball fans have waited almost a decade since a New Paltz softball team won the Mid Hudson Athletic League (MHAL) championship, ...

Youth on the Go: March 26, 2017 | Life and Entertainment  The Daily Freeman

The Mighty Pawns chess team of St. Joseph School in Kingston placed sixth in the Middle School Division and tied for ninth in the Primary Division of the New ...

Meet new Family of New Paltz executive director Ivan Echenique  Hudson Valley One

There's no disputing the indelible positive impression that Kathy Cartagena made on this and surrounding communities during the 23 years that she spent ...

A new restaurant rises on Main St. in New Paltz  Hudson Valley One

After months of no visible action, steel girders are now poking above the construction barriers at 51 Main Street, where Yanni's Greek restaurant once stood.

High School Runner, 16, Dies After Back-to-Back Heart Attacks  NBC New York

A high school sophomore collapsed at track practice and died after suffering back-to-back heart attacks, authorities say. Kyle Brewer, 16, suffered the first heart ...

Clegg talks plans for the 19th Congressional District  Hudson Valley 360

HUDSON — If elected, Democrat Dave Clegg wants to bring more job training, broadband and universal Medicare to the 19th Congressional District.

New coach expected to fire up Red Hook football's offense  Poughkeepsie Journal

The Red Hook High School football team will have a new head coach, Scott Ricketson, next season.

Democrats Grapple With Gun Control Positions in Must-Win District  Roll Call

More than 100 town hall meetings across the country this week are focusing on gun violence — including two in New York's traditionally gun-friendly 19th District ...

Maya Gold Foundation gives opportunities to young teens  Poughkeepsie Journal

The Maya Gold Foundation aims to give young people the opportunity to reach their full potential.

Check vaccination rates at local schools; Measles sparks debate  Poughkeepsie Journal

To some parents, unvaccinated students pose a threat to public safety, and their own children. To others, having their children vaccinated is a personal choice, ...

High schools' spring productions run the gamut of theater  Poughkeepsie Journal

Come spring the high school musical appears in our small towns throughout the Hudson Valley.

Six compete for three seats on Esopus Town Board  The Daily Freeman TOWN OF ESOPUS, N.Y. >> Town voters on Nov. 7 will choose from among four candidates for two Town Board seats, each ...

Voting sites for Dutchess and Ulster counties  Poughkeepsie Journal

The following is a list of voting sites in Dutchess County for the Nov. 7 election. Sites are open 6 a.m.-9 p.m.. AMENIA. DISTRICT 1: Immaculate Conception/St.

PHOTOS: Mid-Hudson Valley high school graduations | News  The Daily Freeman

The following are gallery links to Mid-Hudson Valley high school graduation ceremonies in June:

25 graduate BOCES alternative ed  Poughkeepsie Journal

25 students graduate Ulster BOCES Center for Special and Alternative education.

Hugh Reynolds: Bad apples annoy Mike Hein  Hudson Valley One

Damned media! Ulster County Executive Mike Hein served up an estimated 4,000 words on dozens of subjects at his ninth annual state of the county address ...

A dream comes true  Poughkeepsie Journal

Remy LaRay Naumann of New Paltz will move to New York City this September to attend the School of American Ballet.

Gilbert vanishing reaches one-year mark  Newsday

Shannan Gilbert stood on a clamorous street in midtown Manhattan, ready for work. It was April 30, 2010, a seasonably warm spring Friday night. Clad in tight ...

Millbrook's Feigelson led 2016 Journal Boys Tennis All-Stars  Poughkeepsie Journal

Daniel Feigelson still is in middle school, but he has quickly emerged as a force in Section 9 tennis and earned the respect of his opponents and rival coaches.

Adrien Deschamps, undergraduate on leave, dies  The Brown Daily Herald

Adrien Deschamps, an undergraduate student on leave from the University, has died. Dean of the College Maud Mandel notified the community of his death.

See beautiful ceramic art in Woodstock & New Paltz  Hudson Valley One

The ceramic arts have been fostered in Woodstock since the Byrdcliffe and Maverick art colonies were formed in the early years of the 20th century.

DCC graduation: 1,142 paths to life's next crest  Poughkeepsie Journal

Degrees conferred on graduates ranging in age from 18 to 68.

Fallsburgs Geller named V845 boys soccer coach of the year  Times Herald-Record

Mike Geller was a big soccer goal scorer in his playing days for New Paltz High School, and that type of attitude never goes away.When Geller was working as ...

Collegians for the week of Jan. 22, 2017 | Life and Entertainment  The Daily Freeman

Two area residents — Kaitlynn M. MacIsaac of Accord and Jonathan Rodriguez of Highland — graduated from the State University of New York, with ...

Thousands of local students heading back to school  Poughkeepsie Journal

Thousands of local students are heading back to school this week. Many of those students are in for big changes. They'll see new faces, participate in new ...

33 seniors honored as 2016 Merrill Presidential Scholars  Cornell Chronicle

Jason Lefkovitz invited his high school history teacher, David Miles, to join him at the 28th annual Merrill Presidential Scholars Convocation luncheon. He also ...

Lourdes' Timm zoomed ahead of 2016 Journal Girls Track and Field All-Stars  Poughkeepsie Journal

ATHLETE OF THE YEAR. Caroline Timm. School: Our Lady of Lourdes. Grade: 10. Events: 800-meter run, 1,500 run. Vital stats: The sophomore standout ...

Volunteers wanted for amphibian migration nights  Hudson Valley One

Forest-dwelling salamanders and frogs come out from winter cover each spring to breed in vernal pools. The annual amphibian migration from woods to water ...

Rosendale ballot has numerous uncontested races | News  The Daily Freeman

ROSENDALE, N.Y. >> The town supervisor, three Town Board candidates, the town clerk, the highway superintendent and the tax collector are running ...

Esopus releases can be thrilling, dangerous  Hudson Valley One

The economy of Phoenicia revolves, to a significant extent, around the Esopus Creek, which attracts visitors for fishing, tubing, swimming, canoeing, and ...

New York State seeks help locating bear dens  Hudson Valley One

Wildlife biologists with the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) are seeking the public's help to locate black bear dens throughout New York.

Ulster County Courthouse in Kingston is no ordinary place  Hudson Valley One

Paul O'Neill has an interesting perspective on what Election Day offers to individual citizens: the chance to become one of the millions of people who help to ...

Saugerties property taxes up 5.25 percent in proposed budget  Hudson Valley One

Saugerties propertyowners will see a 5.25 percent increase in the local taxes if the proposed $6.822-million operating budget for 2017 is approved. Last year's ...

Meet the 'most underestimated person on Trump's team'  CNN

When Donald Trump has a problem, Keith Schiller is often the solution.

On the Rocks: The new Kaaterskill Falls trail  Hudson Valley One

Part One — An introduction. How long has it been since you went to Kaaterskill Clove and took the trail from Bastion Falls on Rte. 23A up to Kaaterskill Falls?

POLLS CLOSED; check back for elections results  Poughkeepsie Journal

Polls are closed in New York following a busy Election Day in which local residents cast ballots not just for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, but also the many ...

Woodstock Design passes from Robin and Mike to daughter Daisy  Hudson Valley One

Robin Kramer, who retired from running her Woodstock Design store on Tinker Street earlier this month (she passed it on to her daughter and son-in-law, Daisy ...

2016: A year of surprises, losses and triumphs  Poughkeepsie Journal

A large fire engulfed the Gap Distribution Center in Fishkill on late Monday night into Tuesday morning. Patrick Oehler/Poughkeepsie Journal. Marist v. Siena ...

Utica College hires new mens basketball coach  Utica Observer Dispatch

Utica College might have hired the wrong Coffey as its new men's basketball coach.New Pioneers coach Sean Coffey isn't sure he's more qualified than his wife, ...

Collegiate achievements of area residents: Aug. 17, 2014 | News  Kingston Daily Freeman

(pic) Jessica Ann DeBiase, the daughter of Saugerties residents, graduated from the University of South Carolina in Columbia in May, with a Bachelor of Science ...

Highland High graduates say goodbye  Poughkeepsie Journal

Highland High School celebrated the class of 2014 graduates.

Saugerties man, 22, dies in one-car crash  Hudson Valley One

The Saugerties Police Department is investigating a one-car motor vehicle crash that occurred on Rt. 32 in Saugerties, resulting in the death of a 22-year-old ...

Hodge Center staffer suspended after indecency charge  Hudson Valley One

A longtime staffer at the Everette Hodge Community Center, which puts on afterschool programs for children in Midtown Kingston, has been charged with ...

Mill Street Loft Students Win National Awards  Hudson Valley News Network

POUGHKEEPSIE – Students of the Art Institute of Mill Street Loft were recognized in this year's Hudson Valley Scholastic Art Awards hosted by The Hudson ...

Olive looks for solutions to potential and past flood problems  Hudson Valley One

Much of the recent talk about public infrastructure upgrades has focused on roads and bridges, sewer and water systems. But what about moving entire ...

The Voices of Students: And the Winners Are …  New York Times

On May 15, we announced An Invitation to High School Students, introducing a letter-writing competition. Now, after more than 1,300 impressive entries in just ...

Girl Scout Project Donates Blanket Covers to NICU  Hudson Valley News Network

With the help of friends and family, Girl Scout Gianna LaMarca made 62 isolette blanket covers for the Vassar Brothers NICU to earn her Gold Award. Courtesy ...

At Millbrook, a broad spectrum of dreams propels graduates  Poughkeepsie Journal

MILLBROOK - Twanna Amilcar will study nursing. Eric Alex wants to design helicopters. Brett Weathers, following in the footsteps of his grandfathers and an ...

Frustrated family seeks Shannan Gilbert's remains  Newsday

The remains of the missing Jersey City woman whose disappearance sparked searches that led to a human dumping ground off Ocean Parkway -- and the ...

Science and Engineering Fair To Celebrate Promising Middle and High School Researchers  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

More than 100 Capital Region middle and high school students will participate in the 23rd annual Greater Capital Region Science and Engineering Fair ...

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