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Ulster executive calls for anti-tethering law
At the site of the new Ulster County Dog Park earlier this month, which is set to open soon on the property of the fairgrounds in New Paltz, County Executive Mike Hein unveiled a new law that will help curtail animal abuse and neglect in the county.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
SUNY New Paltz basks in TV spotlight
That's how long you can expect to see SUNY New Paltz's cameo as a stand-in for the University of Iowa on an upcoming episode of the HBO hit "Girls."
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Cuomo's biggest test is corruption probe handling
Allegations that Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration meddled with his own state anti-corruption commission are posing the greatest political test of his tenure - and highlighting his skill at high-wire verbal gymnastics.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
NEWSWATCH: Police search for witness in Kingston bank robbery
Featured in todays Record Newswatch - a Smallwood man is arrested for a stabbing incident at a Kauneonga Lake restaurant; New Paltz Town Supervisor Susan Zimet ends her bid for the 103rd State Assembly seat and State Assemblyman James Skoufis spearheads an effort targeting trucks that exit the Thruway and travel through local communities to avoid ... (more)
HBO's "Girls" scheduled to shoot at SUNY New Paltz Tuesday
Students and staff at SUNY New Paltz will be gearing up for their close-ups -- or maybe their long-shots -- as the cast and crew of HBO's hit series "Girls" spends Tuesday afternoon shooting scenes from an upcoming episode at the college.
Zimet drops out of 103rd Assembly race against Cahill
Town of New Paltz Supervisor Susan Zimet is dropping out of the race for the 103rd state Assembly seat, according to a statement Monday morning.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Wed Jul 23, 2014
A lot of critics have assumed the warmth of Conor Oberst's Nonesuch debut stems from some kind of "Seventies California folk pop" just because he worked out the early stage of these 13 new songs with Jonathan Wilson at the revered West Coast producer/musician's studio in L.A.'s Echo Park district.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Cross Country Skier
American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation Appoints New Director of Race Operations
The American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation has appointed Allan Serrano as its new Director of Race Operations.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
SUNY New Paltz and the gift of a new hand
Maybe this is how it felt to be at Kitty Hawk, peering into a hopeful future while standing on the edge of a new era.
PHOTOS: Hudson Valley Chalk Festival in New Paltz
Artist Henry Darnell pauses Sunday while touching up his chalk artwork after an overnight rain washed part of it away.
New Paltz volunteer firefighters save fall Clydesdale
While others were enjoying Fourth of July barbecues and firework displays, members of the New Paltz Volunteer Fire Department spent more than five-and-a-half hours in the grueling heat attempting to rescue a fallen horse.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
New Paltz man part of '69 lunar landing team
They called it "the tissue-paper spacecraft." Talk to Lou Cariola and you'll find out why, why he thinks what happened July 20, 1969, was nothing less than a miracle.
Kingston man arrested in Paltz after search turns up cocaine
State police working out of the Highland barracks Wednesday arrested a 30-year-old Kingston man on a drug charge after he was stopped for a traffic infraction and a search turned up cocaine.
Mohonk to host 'Art in the Garden' tour
Take in the sights and essence of the beautiful, award-winning gardens at Mohonk Mountain House while gaining insight into how they are created and maintained.
Monroe-Woodbury to host musical July 25-27
The Robert W. Souza Foundation, under the direction of Dominick Pascullo, will present "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" at Monroe-Woodbury High School at 7 p.m. July 25-26 and 2 p.m. July 27. The show will feature a cast from Monroe-Woodbury, Chester, Florida and Warwick Valley high schools, with musical direction by Adam LaSalle.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Hudson Valley Chalk Festival draws artists to New Paltz
Amanda Lipstein, event coordinator and founder of the Hudson Valley Chalk Festival, which makes its third appearance beginning July 18, is hearing from the professional artists that the Hudson Valley venue is making its mark.
County-funded fence at dog park in New Paltz will allow an end-of-summer opening
Dogs in Ulster County and the humans who love them got a double dose of good news on Thursday, July 10. Ulster County Executive Mike Hein spoke at the Field of Dreams on Libertyville Road in New Paltz to announce that the county would fund a fence for the long-planned county dog park at the site.
Artists look for ways to help community
There's not much question the mid-Hudson Valley is home and haven for every sort of arts and cultural event, artform or creator imaginable.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
The Macon Telegraph
Whats behind different floral scents?
Strong fragrance in addition to beautiful blossoms double the pleasure of the Strawberry Hill rose, from rose breeder David Austin, in New Paltz, New York.