Town of Ulster could get Niagara Bottling plant, 120 jobs

By By William J. Kemble news@freemanonline.com

TOWN OF ULSTER >> A bottling plant could occupy a 50-acre parcel at TechCity and ultimately employ up to 120 people, but town and Ulster County officials say details of the negotiations to attract the facility are too sensitive to make public.

The site being considered by California-based Niagara Bottling is on Boice's Lane, near the United Healthcare building, according to town officials.

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Three children suffer head injuries in town of Lloyd crash; all listed in critical but stable condition

By Freeman staff

LLOYD >> Three children were hospitalized in critical but stable condition after the vehicle their mother was driving went off U.S. Route 9W, struck a tree and overturned, town of Lloyd police said Friday.

Police said Xio Lan Chen, 39, of Marlboro was southbound on Route 9W near Perkinsville Road in a 2009 Nissan Cube when the accident happened about 7 p.

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Saugerties school district to spend $554K on boiler project

By Ariel Zangla

SAUGERTIES >> The Saugerties school district will pay $554,300 for boiler replacements and associated reconstruction work at Cahill Elementary School.

The Board of Education on Tuesday awarded the contract for the work to DiGesare Mechanical Inc. of Schenectady. The district received five bids for the work, according to a report from Mosaic Associates Architects.

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Three children suffer head injuries in town of Lloyd accident; all listed in critical but stable condition

By Freeman staff

LLOYD >> Three children were hospitalized in critical but stable condition after the vehicle their mother was driving went off U.S. Route 9W, struck a tree and overturned, town of Lloyd police said Friday.

Police said Xio Lan Chen, 39, of Marlboro was southbound on Route 9W near Perkinsville Road in a 2009 Nissan Cube when the accident happened about 7 p.

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Kingston High School to mark 100th anniversary with parade on Wednesday

KINGSTON >> Times have changed, evidenced by the photo above of the Kingston High School Class of 1915, but school spirit remains and will be on display when the school marks its 100th anniversary with a parade next Wednesday, the first day of the new school year.

The parade, led by the KHS Tiger Marching Band and featuring the school's Class of 2015, will proceed down Broadway from Pine Grove Avenue to Andrew Street, and that piece of Broadway will be closed from 7:30 to 8:30 a.

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