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Rosendale Fire Dept. responded to assist Bloomington with a structure fire on Old Lucas Turnpike June 10, 2021 at 2157hrs.
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Rosendale Fire Dept. was called in on Mutual Aid to assist the Bloomington Fire Dept. with a Tractor Trailer tanker truck rollover with injuries on Creek Locks Road. Request was to assist with occupan...
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Rosendale - Raymond H. Ritter, 80, of Rosendale died Saturday August 18, 2018 at his home following a long struggle with Parkinson's Disease. Ray was born in Kingston November 29, 1937 a son of th...
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Rosendale - Robert E. La Fera, 79, a former longtime resident of Rosendale died Monday May 21, 2018 at ArchCare at Fernclliff in Rhinebeck. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. on March 12, 1939 a son of the...
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By PATRICIA DOXSEY Freeman staff TOWN OF ULSTER — The aroma of a simmering pasta sauce filled the air of the firehouse meeting room as volunteers stirred spaghetti, sliced bread and tossed salad greens.
By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE Correspondent ROSENDALE — Supervisor Patrick McDonough will not be seeking re-election this November after four years of leading the Town Board and five years as council member.
By PAULA ANN MITCHELL Freeman staff Click to enlarge Firefighters attack a car carrier fire Monday afternoon on the Thruway just south of Kingston. (John Bechtold photo) TOWN OF ULSTER — A tractor-trailer truck fire Monday afternoon on the New York State Thruway brought out s...
By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE Correspondent BLOOMINGTON — Fire protection district residents approved a ballot proposition Tuesday allowing the Bloomington Fire Co. to establish a length of service award program that would make volunteer firefighters eligible to receive monthly benefits after th...
Friday, March 11th, 2011
ROSENDALE — The Town Board has set an April 6 public hearing on the proposed purchase of a 117-acre Joppenburgh Mountain property for recreational use under an arrangement with the Open Space Institute.
By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE Correspondent - Daily Freeman ROSENDALE — The Town Board has approved an April 12 vote on a proposition asking residents in the Bloomington Fire Protection District whether the fire department should establish a length of service award program allowing volunteers to r...
Friday, February 25th, 2011
Daily Freeman By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE Correspondent ROSENDALE — Developer Steve Aaron said he remains hopeful that town officials will see the benefits of his proposal to convert the former Tillson Elementary School on Grist Mill Road to municipal offices instead of trying to squeeze its fa...
Daily Freeman By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE Correspondent ROSENDALE — The Bloomington Fire Department hopes to schedule an April 12 referendum seeking voter approval of a length-of-service award program that would give volunteer firefighters monthly benefits once they reach 65.
Friday, February 11th, 2011
Daily Freeman By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE Correspondent ROSENDALE — The Town Board is reviewing whether the current system of charging local businesses for the use of a municipal parking lot needs to be changed.
Saturday, January 15th, 2011
By Freeman staff BLOOMINGTON — A fire that started in a wood stove spread through the walls of a home on Creek Locks Road, severely damaging the structure, a fire department official said on Saturday.
Friday, January 14th, 2011
By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE Correspondent ROSENDALE — The Town Board has approved revisions to Rosendale’s Fire Prevention Law that will make permit procedures consistent with state regulations for outdoor burning.
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010
Reported in the Daily Freeman EDDYVILLE — Several fires broke out Wednesday and one building sustained minor roof damage after buckets of gasoline caught fire at a junkyard, firefighters said.
Friday, October 22nd, 2010
Daily Freeman ROSENDALE — The stretch of state Route 213 between Cottekill and Binnewater roads, which has been closed since March because of damage to the road, will reopen this evening.
Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010
By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE Correspondent for the Daily Freeman ROSENDALE — Birchez Associates has dropped out of the running to develop town-owned property on Creek Locks Road for affordable housing and municipal uses.
Friday, September 10th, 2010
By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE - Daily Freeman Correspondent ROSENDALE — Town Board members plan to seek Ulster County’s help in addressing concerns over pedestrian safety. At a Town Board meeting Wednesday, residents noted that new sidewalks have been built along state Route 32, but no way...
Thursday, August 12th, 2010
By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE Correspondent for Daily Freeman ROSENDALE – Town Board members will ask for coverage maps to be used during town Planning Board discussions of a proposed 83-foot cellular tower at 106 Davis Road for Verizon service.
By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE Correspondent for Daily Freeman ROSENDALE - Town Board members on Wednesday were asked to consider not permitting residential development of a town-owned Creek Locks Road parcel because of concerns ranging from possible contamination to residents’ preferences for othe...
By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE Correspondent - Daily Freeman ROSENDALE — The Town Board this week will review two proposals for affordable housing on town-owned property on Creek Locks Road. The board will meet at 6 p.m.
Monday, July 5th, 2010
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Daily Freeman ROSENDALE – A Tillson man suffered a fractured neck and a broken ankle in a Thursday night collision in Rosendale. Town police Chief Perry Soule said 50-year-old Benedict Calcagno’s neck injury is not as serious as it sounds and will heal with rest.
Wednesday, June 9th, 2010
By WILLIAM J. KEMBLE Correspondent ROSENDALE — State Department of Transportation officials on Monday said they hope to have state Route 213 along the former D&H Canal reopened by the middle of September.
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