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845845 area code845 - Exchanges: 647,888
WDST (100.1 MHz), branded as "Radio Woodstock 100.1", is a radio station licensed to Woodstock, New York. The station is owned by CHET-5 Broadcasting and broadcasts with three kilowatts of effective radiated power from a transmitter located in the Town of Kingston. Radio Woodstock is known as a progressive station that was at the forefront of both the modern rock and adult album alternative (triple A) formats. The station broadcasts from the Utopia Studios in Bearsville, about 2 miles west of the Village of Woodstock. WDST first broadcast on April 29, 1980, from studios in Woodstock and a tower in Lake Katrine.
From statehood to this date, the Legislature had frequently moved the state capital between Albany, Kingston, Hurley, Poughkeepsie, and the city of New York. Albany is the tenth-oldest state capital in the United States, but only the second-oldest state capital that is a city, after Santa Fe, New Mexico. Albany has been a center of transportation for much of its history. In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Albany saw development of the turnpike and by 1815, Albany was the turnpike center of the state. Simeon De Witt developed a grid block system in 1794, and renamed streets for birds and mammals that had honored British royalty.
Also in 2009, the original Poughkeepsie railroad bridge, since abandoned, was converted into the Walkway Over the Hudson, a pedestrian park over the river. Emblematic of the increase in green development in the region, waterfront parks in cities like Kingston, Poughkeepsie, and Beacon were built, and several festivals are held annually. Numerous places have been constructed along the Hudson that have since become landmarks. Following the river from its source to mouth, there is the Hudson River Islands State Park in Greene and Columbia counties, and in Dutchess County, there is Bard College, Staatsburgh, the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site, Franklin D.
UlsterUlster CountyUlster Counties
Woodstock. List of counties in New York. National Register of Historic Places listings in Ulster County, New York. Clearwater, Alphonso T. (1907). A History of Ulster County, New York. Kingston, NY: W.J. Van Deusen. Fried, Marc B. (1975). The Early History of Kingston & Ulster County, NY. Marbletown, NY: Ulster County Historical Society. Ulster County Alive. Guide to the Ulster County Collection, 1666-1893.
Hudson River ValleyLower Hudson ValleyHudson
Hudson River crossings in the Hudson Valley region from north to south include the Tappan Zee Bridge between South Nyack in Rockland County and Tarrytown in Westchester County, the Bear Mountain Bridge between Cortlandt in Westchester County and Stony Point in Rockland County, the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge between Newburgh in Orange County and Beacon in Dutchess County, the Mid-Hudson Bridge between Poughkeepsie in Dutchess County and Highland in Ulster County, the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge between Rhinecliff in Dutchess County and Kingston in Ulster County, and the Rip Van Winkle Bridge between Hudson in Columbia County and Catskill in Greene County.
HurleyStony HollowTown of Hurley
The Town of Hurley is in the northeast part of the county, west of the City of Kingston. Much of the town is inside the Catskill Park. Located within the town is a hamlet and census-designated place also named Hurley. In the Spring of 1662, Petrus Stuyvesant, Director General of New Netherland, established the village of Niew Dorp on the site of an earlier Native American Settlement. On June 7, 1663, during the Esopus Wars the Esopus attacked and destroyed the village, and took captives who were later released. England acquired the Dutch Colony on September 6, 1664. On September 17, 1669, the village, abandoned since the Esopus attack, was resettled and renamed Hurley.
WKXP (94.3 FM, "The Wolf") is a country music station licensed to Kingston, New York and serving the Hudson Valley of New York state. The station is owned by Townsquare Media and broadcasts at 2.25 kilowatts ERP from a tower in Kingston. Since March 2006, WKXP's programming has been simulcasted on 97.3 WZAD Wurtsboro, New York. The Thayer/Maxwell years The frequency signed on in 1965 as WGHQ-FM, sister to the Thayer family-owned WGHQ. For its first decade, it simulcasted the AM's programming by day and aired automated easy listening during hours when the AM was not on the air.
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Newspapers published in Kingston, New York: Newspapers published in Lansingburgh, New York: Newspapers published in New York, New York: Newspapers published in Poughkeepsie, New York: Newspapers published in Salem, New York: Newspapers published in Schenectady, New York: * Mohawk Mercury. w., December 15, 1794–March 13, 1798. Newspapers published in Troy, New York: This is a list of daily newspapers currently published in New York. For weekly newspapers, see List of newspapers in New York. AM New York – New York City. The Buffalo News – Buffalo. The Citizen – Auburn. Columbia Daily Spectator – New York City. Daily Freeman – Kingston. The Daily Gazette – Schenectady.
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The New York State Constitution was framed by a convention which assembled at White Plains on July 10, 1776, and after repeated adjournments and changes of location, terminated its labors at Kingston on Sunday evening, April 20, 1777, when the new constitution drafted by John Jay was adopted with but one dissenting vote. It was not submitted to the people for ratification. On July 30, 1777, George Clinton was inaugurated as the first Governor of New York at Kingston.
List of museums in New YorkMuseums in New YorkCharles Dickert Wildlife Collection
This list of museums in New York is a list of museums, defined for this context as institutions (including nonprofit organizations, government entities, and private businesses) that collect and care for objects of cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical interest and make their collections or related exhibits available for public viewing. Museums that exist only in cyberspace (i.e., virtual museums) are not included. Also included are non-profit art centers and galleries.
Anthony Cacchio Jr. was trained to operate the Theatre's equipment by one of his employees, a union projectionist who left in 1966 to work at a different theater in Kingston. By 1980, the cost of tickets was half that of competing, larger theaters, and annual attendance was between 40,000 and 50,000 people. For several years following its 1949 opening, the Theatre would only screen a movie for two days, with double features twice a week; about 300 different movies were shown each year. By rapidly introducing and removing movies from circulation, the Theatre became unpopular with film distributors, and was often forced to wait until after a film had been shown in nearby Kingston.
There are three types of incorporated municipalities in the Hudson Valley in the U.S. state of New York: city, town, and village. In the state of New York all the land in a county is in a city, town, or Indian Reservation; while villages are within towns and may cross town or county lines. There are 11 counties in the Hudson Valley comprising 13 cities, 143 towns, and 62 villages. The counties are Albany, Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Rensselaer, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster, and Westchester. The village of Green Island is coterminous with the town of the same name.
Overlook Mountain Tower near Woodstock, elevation 3140 ft. Red Hill Fire Tower near Denning, elevation 2990 ft. Tremper Mountain Fire Tower near Shandaken, elevation 2740 ft. Columbia County Airport in Hudson. Dutchess County Airport in Poughkeepsie. Joseph Y. Resnick Airport in Ellenville. Kingston-Ulster Airport. Kobelt Airport in Wallkill. Randall Airport in Middletown. Sullivan County International Airport in Monticello. Wurtsboro-Sullivan County Airport. Helderberg Escarpment. History of the Catskill Mountains. Hudson River School. Resorts World Catskills. Hiking Guide to Catskill High Peaks Catskill 3500 Club. History of Catskill Mountains Sleepaway Camps.
$29,056. 266) Kinderhook, New York – $29,047. 267) Lansing, New York – $29,047. 268) Mineola, New York – $28,890. 269) Elmsford, New York – $28,791. 270) Westmere, New York – $28,790. 271) Ocean Beach, New York – $28,782. 272) Rhinebeck, New York – $28,773. 273) Sayville, New York – $28,723. 274) Red Oaks Mill, New York – $28,713. 275) East Northport, New York – $28,666. 276) Hawthorne, New York – $28,664. 277) Jamesport, New York – $28,614. 278) East Massapequa, New York – $28,585. 279) East Quogue, New York – $28,551. 280) Northville, New York – $28,547. 281) Duane Lake, New York – $28,530. 282) Woodstock
His murals in Beacon, New York and Poughkeepsie, New York included panoramas of the Hudson Valley and New York City, and historical scenes. The last was undertaken in 1939. He also executed work in Palm Beach, Florida under this program. His modernist but realistic depictions of buildings, towers and smokestacks reflect the influence of Paul Cézanne. In 1940 Rosen was appointed temporary director of the Witte Museum School of Art in San Antonio, Texas. Rosen suffered a heart attack in 1942. After this he focused on small pastels and drawings. He died on 21 June 1950 in Kingston, New York at the age of seventy two.
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The following is a list of notable performers of rock and roll music or rock music, and others directly associated with the music as producers, songwriters or in other closely related roles, who have died. The list gives their date, cause and location of death, and their age.
The System's headquarters is in the city of Poughkeepsie. Mid-Hudson Library System. Library Catalog. Weekly Bulletin.
parish churchclosedclosed Roman Catholic churches in New York City
Chapel of the Sacred Heart (Eddyville) - Formerly a mission of Holy Name of Jesus in Kingston. Chapel of St. Joan d'Arc (Woodstock, New York) - Established in 1922; formerly a mission of St. John in West Hurley. Chapel of St. John the Evangelist (Clow Quarries) - Established in 1848 as a mission of St. Mary of the Snow in Saugerties and merged with St. Patrick in Quarryville in 1969. Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas (Veteran) - Established in 1908 as a mission of St. Patrick in Quarryville. Merged with St. Patrick in Quarryville in 1969. Chapel of St. Wendelinus (Ruby) - Formerly a mission of St. Anne, Sawkill.
2018September 2018 Democratic primary election November 6, 2018
The 46th district takes in areas of the Capital District, such as Amsterdam & Rotterdam, as well as parts of the Hudson Valley, including Kingston & Woodstock. Republican George Amedore has represented this district since 2015. The 47th district starts in Central New York, including, Rome & Utica, and then spans into the rural North Country, taking in Lowville & Potsdam. Republican Joseph Griffo has represented this district since 2007. The 48th district is runs along the New York-Ontario border near Lake Ontario, including Ogdensburg, Oswego, and Watertown. Republican Patricia Ritchie has represented this district since 2011.
On August 30, 2013, a deal was announced in which Cumulus would swap its stations in Dubuque, Iowa and Poughkeepsie, New York (including WRRB) to Townsquare Media in exchange for Peak Broadcasting's Fresno, California stations. The deal was part of Cumulus' acquisition of Dial Global; Townsquare, Peak, and Dial Global are all controlled by Oaktree Capital Management. The sale to Townsquare was completed on November 14, 2013. * WRRV Website
Kingston town & city (Ulster County). Little Falls town & city (Herkimer County). Lockport town & city (Niagara County). Newburgh town & city (Orange County). Norwich town & city (Chenango County). Olean town & city (Cattaraugus County). Oneonta town & city (Otsego County). Oswego town & city (Oswego County). Plattsburgh town & city (Clinton County). Poughkeepsie town & city (Dutchess County). Rye town & city (Westchester County). Salamanca town & city (Cattaraugus County). Tonawanda town & city (Erie County). Watertown town & city (Jefferson County). Fulton town (Schoharie County) & city (Oswego County). Middletown town (Delaware County) & city (Orange County).
ShandakenHighmountTown of Shandaken
Shandaken is northwest of Kingston, New York. The town was first settled around the time of the American Revolution. Shandaken was established as a town in 1804 from part of the Town of Woodstock. In 1809, the town was increased by territory from the Town of Neversink (in Sullivan County). Later, some of Shandaken was used to help form the Towns of Denning, Hardenburgh, and Olive. By the final years of the 19th Century, Shandaken had developed the tourist industry which is still the most important part of its economy. The population of Shandaken in 1900 was 4,053. An alternate translation of the native word "shandaken" is the "place of the hemlocks."
Combined Statistical AreaNew YorkGreater New York
Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown MSA. Poughkeepsie, New York: 32,736. Newburgh, New York: 28,866. Middletown, New York: 28,086. Kingston MSA. Kingston, New York: 23,893. Torrington Micropolitan Area. Torrington, Connecticut: 36,383. (formerly: Interboro Parkway). (part of Route 15). (part of I-95). (part of I-87). Albertus L. Meyers Bridge, Allentown, PA, carrying Eighth Street over the Little Lehigh Creek. Alexander Hamilton Bridge connecting the Trans-Manhattan Expressway in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan and the Cross-Bronx Expressway, as part of Interstate 95. Basilone Bridge (part of I-95 and the New Jersey Turnpike).
Stockade Districtuptownthe settlement
The Kingston Stockade District is an eight-block area in the western section of Kingston, New York, United States, commonly referred to as Uptown Kingston. It is the original site of the mid-17th century Dutch settlement of Wiltwyck, which was later renamed Kingston when it passed to English control. It is the only one of three original Dutch settlements in New York surrounded by stockades where the outline of the stockade is still evident due to the raised ground.