Zero Net Energy homes in the New Paltz area are struggling to sell. With many of the nine houses on Evergreen Lane and the 26 in the Green Acres complex remaining unoccupied, New Paltz realtor Wendie Reid blames the real estate market for the lack of sales. Some of “the […]

Bacchus, a restaurant, bar, and billiard in the town of New Paltz, opened in 1974 and was named after the Roman God of Wine. Before Bacchus became what it is today, it went through a variety of changes ranging from a barbershop to a pornographic photography studio. It is now […]

A group gathered in front of Village Hall, doling out bright red masquerade masks to anyone who was curious enough to wander near the van. Children ran around, dressed as crayons, zebras and trees. A woman with a black painted face wore a beak and chatted with a polar bear. These people were all participants in […]