Jen Montgomery looks forward to the birth of their first child in a few months.
Spending weekends in High Falls, Wolf Bravo, originally from Peru, wants to start a tool cooperative where people borrow tools and returns them by Thanksgiving.
Tom Kirwan’s re-election is official and he will be returning to Albany.
Tom Crepet of the Town of Gardiner has witnessed the slow decline of dark night sky due to the increasing amount of light from towns and subdivisions.
Twins, Tyler Tirelli and his brother Sean of Slate Hill are seniors at Minisink Valley and play football for the school.
Thomas Wright sits in the soft light of the first window he and his partner re-opened in a building they are renovating.
Rene Hronek, left, and Billiam van Roestenberg have been together for the past 8 years. The decided to get married on May 4, 2013.
NY State swimming champion, Morgan Fairclough of Tuxedo signed letters of intent at Monroe Woodbury High School for a swimming scholarship.
Kevin Meehan talks about how he and his wife’s dog, a German shorthaired pointer named Harvey, came down with canine influenza and nearly died.
New Paltz Coaches—from left to right, Brian William (Asst. AD), Tony Ciccarello (Softball), Scott Whitbeck (M/W Swimming), Colleen Bruley (W Soccer), Matt Giufre (W Volleyball), Rob Bruley (W Tennis ) Matt Griffiths (Baseball) and Shanna Vitale (Field Hockey).
Irving Finkel, of the British Museum in London who has a doctorate in Assyriology is considered the world’s leading expert in Cuneiform.
Choreographer and dancer Jorelle Pome of Rosendale will be performing a dance piece titled, “Survival, It’s a Dance” the she has been working on for almost a year.
The Marlboro girls softball team are going to states.
Beth Capen of Kingston talks about her Lyme disease as her dog Libby, a 6 year old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel naps in the foreground.
Baba Ji Dildara Singh, center, joins in on a harmonium leading the group in spiritual song. .