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Dorm PILOT plan draws fire
The Ulster County Industrial Development Agency took a small step forward Wednesday in making a decision on the tax breaks requested by Wilmorite, the developer of a controversial student and faculty dormitory in the Town of New Paltz.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
3 counties get only $59.6M; $1M for SUNY New Paltz 3D printing program
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces Wednesday that nearly $716 million has been awarded as part of a strategy to jump-start the economy and create jobs around the state.
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3D Printing initiative at SUNY New Paltz
"This is one if we're not able to move forward quickly we'll fall behind, and so the million dollar investment from the state in this initiative will really help us move this effort along quickly," said SUNY New Paltz President Donald Christian.
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Retirement community spreads holiday cheer
Residents of Woodland Pond in New Paltz have been holiday shopping, buying gifts to donate to two local mothers and seven children.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Top dangerous toys list 2013: Which treacherous toys should you avoid this year?
Consumer safety experts say that even if a toy is for sale, that does not mean it is completely safe.
NEWSWATCH: Hit & run driver damages laundromat in New Paltz
Featured in todays Record Newswatch - a hit and run driver damages a laundromat in New Paltz; road conditions may have been a factor in a fatal accident on Interstate 84 in the Town of Wallkill and a Dutchess county man pleads guilty to taking hidden camera videos of women and girls using the restroom in the pit area of the Orange County Fair ... (more)
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Ice, freezing rain making morning commute tough; many area schools delay 2 hours
Roads are still slick from melting ice that accumulated overnight, but forecasters say they expect the precipitation to be mostly rain this afternoon.
New Paltz man charged for allegedly trashing motel door
SAUGERTIES -- A New Paltz man is accused of smashing out windows and damaging a door at the Diamond Mills Motel in Saugerties following an argument with an acquaintance.
Herkimer Police release new photos of robbery suspect
Herkimer Police have released new photos of the man believed to be responsible for the bank robbery at First Source Credit Union on Friday.
Hudson Bureau Confidential: Starbucks initiative grounds for praise
Starbucks in New Paltz is giving away free coffee. But there's a catch - the coffee has already been used.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Suspected jewelry thief charged in 2nd local heist
A Poughkeepsie man jailed on jewelry theft charges in New Paltz and New Jersey is charged with a similar crime in Highland, said Town of Lloyd Police.
New Paltz Elks to hold benefit dinner Dec. 13
The New Paltz Elks will host a roast beef and fillet of sole dinner from 5-7:30 p.m. Dec. 13 at the Elks Lodge, 290 Route 32, New Paltz.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
New Paltz photojournalist risked all to show true face of war
Photojournalist Lorna Tychostup remembers things most people have forgotten, things most government officials never wanted people to know or see in the first place.
Anti-apartheid icon touched local hearts, minds
Some could only dream of meeting him. Others saw that dream realized. Still others of us never got closer to Nelson Mandela than a book or a news story, but it was enough to change a life.
FSU?falls short in close contest
Fredonia State got off a pair of three-point attempts in an effort to tie the game, but neither shot fell as the Devils fell to New Paltz, 72-67, Friday evening in men's SUNYAC?basketball action.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Police ID Kingston man who was killed in 1-car crash on Thruway
A Kingston man who was killed in a one-car accident on the Thruway on Nov. 30 has been identified by New York State Police as John L. Gillam III.
Jewel thief charged in another theft in Town of Lloyd
A Poughkeepsie man already jailed on charges of jewelry thefts in New Paltz and New Jersey has been charged with a similar crime in Highland, said Town of Lloyd Police.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
SHARP & Deep: A North Shore Staten Island art hookup on Dec. 14
STATEN ISLAND, NY It's an unusual hook-up: Deep Tanks Studio , the alternative contemporary art/music/performance showcase in Tompkinsville, is in cahoots next week with the Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden , the 83-acre complex of valuable 19th-century architecture in Livingston.
If you saw the Rondout Repertory Theatre Company's excellent Romeo and Juliet production at the Water Street Market in New Paltz this summer, you have probably already marked your calendar to attend this weekend's production of The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, because you know that it's going to be good.
Ulster substance-abuse program aims to expand
When a fake ID and pot possession landed her briefly behind bars last year, 20-year-old SUNY New Paltz sophomore Madeleine Laser had an awakening.