18 hrs ago
Ulster County settles on lease extension for Family Court
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.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Lawmakers to decide future of Ulster rail corridor
Ulster County legislators will vote Tuesday on their vision for the county's rail corridor, a decision that could eventually push the Catskill Mountain Railroad out of the City of Kingston.
Cymbals Eat Guitars streaming new LP, add 2 more NYC shows to tour
New York indie rockers Cymbals Eat Guitars will put out their third album, LOSE , next week via Barsuk and it's currently available to stream on NPR .
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Cops: Kingston man tried to flee after crashing car
A city man faces several charges after cops said he crashed a car while trying to flee police Friday.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Men charged in Kingston, Newburgh bank robberies
Police have arrested a New Windsor man, a Newburgh man and a Kingston man, and charged them in the July 25 robbery at a Kingston bank.
NEWSWATCH: Middletown woman wins $3M in Lottery scratch-off
Featured in todays Record Newswatch - Monticello Mayor Gordon Jenkins blasts D-A Jim Farrell today and calls for a federal investigation following his arrest on charges related to the demolition of the village justice court building; Kingston police arrest three men for the bank robbery at the Rondout Savings Bank last month and a Port Ewen man is ... (more)
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Vigil to protest police violence at 7 tonight in Kingston, Poughkeepsie
As part of a national moment of silence, local community leaders and several organizations invite the public to gather at 6:30 tonight in front of Kingston City Hall at 420 Broadway in Kingston and at Dutchess County Jail, 150 Hamilton St. in Poughkeepsie, for a silent vigil to honor the victims and survivors of racist brutality by police.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Bridge Authority happy with automated toll collection on bridges
A year-plus into its conversion to automated toll collection in the wee hours, the New York State Bridge Authority has done what it set out to do: shave $1,000 a day from its operating costs.
the Other Mozart to Play Uptown Gallery, 8/22-31
THE OTHER MOZART is the true and untold story of the prodigy Nannerl, a keyboard virtuoso and composer, who performed throughout Europe with her brother Amadeus, to equal acclaim.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Accreditation report puts Kingston hospital on notice
The former Kingston Hospital has received a preliminary accreditation report that will require the hospital to make unspecified improvements to its operation.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
State AG probing car crash involving Kingston detective
The state attorney general's office is looking into the circumstances surrounding a car crash involving a Kingston detective in December after receiving an anonymous letter claiming to be from police officers.
Kingston girls crew coach pleads guilty to having sex with members of crew
Kevin Quick pleaded guilty Wednesday afternoon that he raped two underage girls he met as their assistant coach on the Kingston High School crew team.
Bishop Allen Video Premiere: Watch The 'Why I Had To Go' Clip
Indie-pop quartet Bishop Allen has ended a five-year studio break with Lights Out , their fourth full-length, due out Aug. 19 on Dead Oceans.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Kingston bridge to be shut down for 2 months for repairs
The aging and structurally deficient Wurts Street bridge will be shut down for two months starting Monday for painting and pavement repairs.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Suffolk SPCA: Severely Neglected Dog 'Ziggy' Finds Forever Home
The Suffolk County SPCA will be holding a Press Conference at the Town of Babylon Animal Shelter on Friday August 1st at 11am to announce ... , NY - July 31st, 2014 - The Suffolk County SPCA will be holding a Press Conference at the Town of Babylon Animal Shelter, 51 Lamar St., West Babylon , NY on Friday August 1st at 11am to announce that "Ziggy" ... (more)
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Gaza war spurs protests in Kingston
When pro-Palestinian demonstrators and pro-Israeli demonstrators tried to occupy the same strip of sidewalk in front of U.S. Rep. Chris Gibson's Kingston office Tuesday afternoon, a scuffle broke out.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Kingston man, 54, charged in Wawarsing burglaries
A Kingston man was arrested Tuesday in connection with several burglaries in Wawarsing, police said.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Man accused of keeping images of underage kids having sex on his laptop
A Town of Ulster man is being accused by police of keeping photos of underage children having sex on his laptop.
In Kingston, a 'law journal' pokes fun at all things legal
The satirical premier edition of the law journal is four pages long, printed on manila-yellow paper and takes an insider-baseball view of county law, Uptown Kingston's ticketing issues, politics and other issues.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Kingston man arrested, charged with DWI, fleeing
Police arrested a 22-year-old Kingston man on an aggravated DWI charge early Saturday morning, and authorities added a charge of obstructing governmental administration after, police say, the man ran away during the initial traffic stop.