Monthly Archives: October 2016

  • Ulster grad selected as SUNYCON fellow

    Ulster grad selected as SUNYCON fellow STONE RIDGE >> Audrey Pottinger, a SUNY Ulster graduate and immediate past student trustee, has been named to the Class of 2016 SUNYCON Fellows. As one of this group of students and faculty from throughout the state university system, Pottinger will participate in…

  • Program in Kingston will focus on crimes against children

    Program in Kingston will focus on crimes against children KINGSTON >> “Protecting Our Children,” a community education and crime prevention presentation, is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 17 at the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center, 300 Wall St. Facilitated by the Ulster County Family and Child Advocacy…

  • Program in Kingston will focus on crimes against children

    Program in Kingston will focus on crimes against children KINGSTON >> “Protecting Our Children,” a community education and crime prevention presentation, is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 17 at the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center, 300 Wall St. Facilitated by the Ulster County Family and Child Advocacy…

  • Author, a Holocaust survivor, speaks Sunday at synagogue in Kingston

    Author, a Holocaust survivor, speaks Sunday at synagogue in Kingston KINGSTON >> Clemens Loew, author of “When the Birds Stopped Singing: Living with the Wounds of War,” will discuss his book starting at 3 p.m. Sunday at Congregation Emanuel of the Hudson Valley, 243 Albany Ave., Kingston. Loew, a…

  • NY state group honors Dutchess County human rights officer

    NY state group honors Dutchess County human rights officer POUGHKEEPSIE >> Dutchess County Equal Employment Opportunity/Human Rights Officer Jody Miller has been selected as the recipient of New York State Dispute Resolution Association’s Lawrence Cooke Peace Innovator Award. The award is presented to an individual or organization that has…

  • NY state group honors Dutchess County human rights officer

    NY state group honors Dutchess County human rights officer POUGHKEEPSIE >> Dutchess County Equal Employment Opportunity/Human Rights Officer Jody Miller has been selected as the recipient of New York State Dispute Resolution Association’s Lawrence Cooke Peace Innovator Award. The award is presented to an individual or organization that has…

  • CNN parts ways with Donna Brazile, a Clinton supporter

    CNN parts ways with Donna Brazile, a Clinton supporter CNN said Monday that the network has severed ties with the Democratic strategist Donna Brazile, after hacked emails showed that she shared questions for CNN-sponsored candidate events with friends on Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Brazile, a veteran political analyst for the…

  • Facebook could be associated with a longer life, study finds

    Facebook could be associated with a longer life, study finds As our social lives have moved onto social media sites like Facebook over the past decade, there’s been a lot of hand-wringing over what all that screen time might be doing to our health. But according to a new…

  • Niagara Falls City Council torn over proposed raises

    Niagara Falls City Council torn over proposed raises NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB)- Sizable raises in the 2017 proposed city budget for Niagara Falls aren’t being met with welcome arms from everyone. “To me it’s very unrealistic,” City Council member Kenny Tompkins told News 4. “We’re in a very tight monetary…

  • CHOW, partners hoping to fill the Food-A-Bago

    CHOW, partners hoping to fill the Food-A-Bago

    CHOW, partners hoping to fill the Food-A-Bago October 31, 2016Updated Oct 31, 2016 at 6:38 PM EDT TOWN OF CHENANGO (WBNG) — Local organizations are coming together to help families in need this holiday season. The Food-A-Bago is parked at Weis on Upper Front Street in the town of…