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Kingston Daily Freeman
THIRD-QUARTER HONOR ROLLS: John A. Coleman Catholic High School— Emma Cariello, Quinn Ford, Emma Sharp and Rongxu Wang. Second honors — Brand
THIRD-QUARTER HONOR ROLLS: John A. Coleman Catholic High School
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 3 days ago
— Emma Cariello, Quinn Ford, Emma Sharp and Rongxu Wang. Second honors — Brandon Banks, Jennifer Cook, Tiernan Corbett, Michael Hein, Gabrielle Herrling, Brook Madison, Vincent Santo, Daniel Shults, Zhuoyue Zhang. Grade 10 Principal’s list —... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
SUNY Ulster graduates are ‘amazing,” says Heinstudents at graduated from SUNY Ulster on Wednesday as family and friends looke
SUNY Ulster graduates are ‘amazing,” says Hein
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 6 days ago
students at graduated from SUNY Ulster on Wednesday as family and friends looked on. Speakers included County Executive Michael Hein, who told the graduates that they should be very proud of their accomplishments. “Not only have you... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
Ulster to create Poorhouse Memorialwomen, unwed mothers, the friendless, the elderly, the disabled and the sick, c
Ulster to create Poorhouse Memorial
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 6 days ago
women, unwed mothers, the friendless, the elderly, the disabled and the sick, called the site home. County Executive Michael Hein, County Clerk Nina Postupack, County Legislature Chairman Kenneth Ronk, County Historian Geoffrey Miller, New... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
County-owned building in Ellenville cleared of lead threatof the water test found 0.0022 milligrams per liter. The EPA’s “action level” i
County-owned building in Ellenville cleared of lead threat
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 10 days ago
of the water test found 0.0022 milligrams per liter. The EPA’s “action level” is 0.015 mg/L. As a result, County Executive Michael Hein, in consultation with Dr. Smith, has lifted the restriction on drinking and/or cooking with tap water at the... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
Ulster County Farber Building cleared of lead threatof the water test found 0.0022 milligrams per liter. The EPA’s “action level” i
Ulster County Farber Building cleared of lead threat
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 11 days ago
of the water test found 0.0022 milligrams per liter. The EPA’s “action level” is 0.015 mg/L. As a result, County Executive Michael Hein, in consultation with Dr. Smith, has lifted the restriction on drinking and/or cooking with tap water at the... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
2016 Ulster County Senior award recipients announcedSunday, May 8, 2016 KINGSTON – Ulster County Executive Michael Hein has named
2016 Ulster County Senior award recipients announced
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 16 days ago
Sunday, May 8, 2016 KINGSTON – Ulster County Executive Michael Hein has named the Seniors of the Year. James Gregston Greer of Walker Valley is this year’s Senior Citizen of the Year and Barbara Sarah of Kingston is recognized for the Most... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
Ellenville Million campaign begins with tourism pushFriday, May 6, 2016 ELLENVILLE – The Ellenville Million Initiative, the brainc
Ellenville Million campaign begins with tourism push
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 19 days ago
Friday, May 6, 2016 ELLENVILLE – The Ellenville Million Initiative, the brainchild of Ulster County Executive Michael Hein, to breathe new life into the Ellenville-Wawarsing area, has launched with a tourism marketing campaign. The $1 million fund... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
Healthy Ulster County Week begins Saturday, events plannedjumpsuits and lace up their springtime sneakers, to prepare for a week’s worth
Healthy Ulster County Week begins Saturday, events planned
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 20 days ago
jumpsuits and lace up their springtime sneakers, to prepare for a week’s worth of fun activities. County Executive Michael Hein, a self-proclaimed health nut, is declaring the Sixth Annual Healthy Ulster County Week. This annual festival... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
Schumer backs Hein’s proposal encouraging chain pharmacy pill disposaltraditional disposal method of flushing pills down the toilet, pollutes the wat
Schumer backs Hein’s proposal encouraging chain pharmacy pill disposal
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 22 days ago
traditional disposal method of flushing pills down the toilet, pollutes the water supply, said Ulster County Executive Michael Hein, who first proposed drug take-back kiosks for retail chain pharmacies during his 2016 state of the county... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
Three Ulster residents charged with welfare fraudwho truly need these essential benefits will continue to have access to them in
Three Ulster residents charged with welfare fraud
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 23 days ago
who truly need these essential benefits will continue to have access to them in their time of need,” said County Executive Michael Hein. Copyright © 2016 Mid-Hudson News Network, a division of Statewide News Network, Inc. This story may not be... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
Donaldson opposes sales tax agreement– Ulster County Legislator David Donaldson, a Kingston Democrat, has broken ran
Donaldson opposes sales tax agreement
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 23 days ago
– Ulster County Legislator David Donaldson, a Kingston Democrat, has broken ranks with fellow Democrats, County Executive Michael Hein and Kingston Mayor Steven Noble by opposing the proposed sales tax sharing agreement hammered out by the other... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
Mid-Hudson News– Ulster County Legislator David Donaldson, a Kingston Democrat, has broken ran
Mid-Hudson News
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 23 days ago
– Ulster County Legislator David Donaldson, a Kingston Democrat, has broken ranks with fellow Democrats, County Executive Michael Hein and Kingston Mayor Steven Noble by opposing the proposed sales tax sharing agreement hammered out by the other... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
Hein, Noble reveal details of sales tax agreementWednesday, April 27, 2016 KINGSTON – The new sales tax sharing agreement hamme
Hein, Noble reveal details of sales tax agreement
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 28 days ago
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 KINGSTON – The new sales tax sharing agreement hammered out between Ulster County Executive Michael Hein and Kingston Mayor Steven Noble keeps the formula at the same level as the expired agreement with the city receiving... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
Forest fire grows to 2,000 acresinclude Beekman, East Fishkill, Pleasant Valley, Milan, Millbrook, Tivoli and U
Forest fire grows to 2,000 acres
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 28 days ago
include Beekman, East Fishkill, Pleasant Valley, Milan, Millbrook, Tivoli and Union Vale. Ulster County Executive Michael Hein stopped by the fire scene on Tuesday to provide moral support for all of those involved in the firefighting... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
Hein, Noble reveal details of sales tax agreementTuesday, April 26, 2016 KINGSTON – The new sales tax sharing agreement hammere
Hein, Noble reveal details of sales tax agreement
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 28 days ago
Tuesday, April 26, 2016 KINGSTON – The new sales tax sharing agreement hammered out between Ulster County Executive Michael Hein and Kingston City Mayor Steven Noble keeps the formula at the same level as the expired agreement with the city... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Youth on the Go: April 24, 2016information about local domestic violence resources. Voerg, Martinez, and Gil
Youth on the Go: April 24, 2016
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 30 days ago
information about local domestic violence resources. Voerg, Martinez, and Gil were recognized by Ulster County Executive Michael Hein in a ceremony that took place at Saugerties High and was attended by Superintendent Seth Turner, Saugerties... Read more
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Mid-Hudson News
Kingston mayor announces sales tax deal with Ulster Countytowns, has finally been hammered out, after months of wrangling between Kingsto
Kingston mayor announces sales tax deal with Ulster County
Mid-Hudson News / Posted 1 months ago
towns, has finally been hammered out, after months of wrangling between Kingston Mayor Steven Noble and County Executive Michael Hein. Matters came to a head last February, when the county legislature’s Ways & Means Committee began mulling... Read more

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