In 1991, payphones in this country peaked at 2.1 million. Today there are fewer than 250,000.
On November 5th, 2013, voters in Gardiner elected their town government for the next two years.
Have you ever wondered just what the Ulster County Legislature is tasked to do?
Two new apples now in limited release, SnapDragons™ and RubyFrosts™, have recently been available nearby at Dressel Farms, New Paltz and Hurd’s Family Farm, Modena.
The Animal Hospital has been in business at the same location since the 1940s, making it one of the longest running businesses in town.
The site is expected to be up and running by the time this Gazette goes to press.
Pay a visit to the Hudson Valley Wine Market in Gardiner.
Ulster Savings Bank, a regional bank with a wide range of services, was originally opened in 1851 with a deposit of $120. Today, the bank has assets of approximately $734 million, 305 employees and 14 branches all over Dutchess, Greene, Orange, and Ulster counties.
Can you stand an egg on end during the vernal equinox on March 20th?
It is clear that New Paltz Travel Center wants to help you plan a trip of some sort; in fact, Ms. Gillette, president and owner, specializes in helping her clients find the right trip; her motto is “Let’s make it happen.”
After securing a voter-approved amendment to the state constitution, Cuomo has moved full-steam ahead with the plan to build four “resort” or destination casinos, in three upstate areas: the Southern Tier, Capital District, and the Catskills.
It’s surprising how much a person who isn’t a student can find to do at SUNY New Paltz.