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Walden Man Seriously Injured in Kingston Excavator Accident

A Walden, New York construction worker was directing traffic on Broadway St. in Kingston on May 13th when he was struck by an excavator. The workers were repairing a Central Hudson Gas & Electric gas main when the incident occurred. According to authorities the excavator was backing up when it struck the Walden worker. The -->

Fatal Greene County Motorcycle Crash

On Tuesday, April 19th a Greene County man was involved in a fatal motorcycle crash. The incident occurred in New Baltimore, a small town roughly 45 miles from Kingston, New York. According to authorities the motorcycle was traveling south near Aquetuck Road and RT9W when a van pulled out in front of the cyclist. The -->

CSX Locomotive Fire in Kingston, NY

The Kingston Fire Department responded to reports of a train fire on Friday, December 14th.  The massive 97 car train was luckily free of any crude oil or toxic materials. The firefighters were able to contain the blaze in well under an hour.  The fire under different circumstances could have been devastating however due to -->

Kingston Teen Struck and Killed by CSX Train

Ulster, New York – On Friday, November 13th a Kingston man tragically died after being hit by a CSX train. According to authorities the 19-year old was walking home from work along tracks near Ulster Ave when he was struck by a train heading southbound.  Investigators are still determining the factors that led to the -->

Drone Surveillance Trial in Ulster County

An Ulster County man charged with unlawful survellience has been acquitted. According to authorities, the man was filming a hospital with a camera attached to his drone. Drone Legislation is still being developed and debated in N.Y. and in much of the US. Early this Spring, lawmakers in Rockland County contemplated implementing drone restrictions,which would -->

Kingston New York, Grand Opening

On Wednesday, March 18th, Finkelstein & Partners LLP celebrated the grand opening of our new location in historic downtown Kingston.  “Finkelstein & Partners is proud to reaffirm its commitment to the City of Kingston,” said Partner Kenneth Fromson. “My wife grew up here, my kids go to school here, my family lives here, and I -->

Finkelstein & Partners are Proud to Sponsor Kingston’s Artbridge Exhibition

Midtown Kingston is about to be transformed by two Hudson Valley artists in the 3rd Kingston Artbridge Exhibition. Featuring the work of local artists Gabe Brown (Kingston, NY) and Jean-Marc Superville Sovak (Beacon, NY), this years exhibition was curated by an esteemed panel of curators, including Kelly Kivland, Assistant Curator at the Dia Foundation; Ariel Shanberg, Executive Director of the -->

Our Kingston Office Has Moved to a Newly, Renovated Building in Kingston’s Historic District

We have recently moved 16 of our staff members into a newly renovated, 11,000 square foot building in Historic Kingston.  The building has been restored to its late 1800’s look, and the renovation is in keeping with other planned projects in Midtown, such as the renovation of the former United States Lace Curtain Factory building -->

Ulster Woman, 66, Charged with DWI in Multicar Accident

A 66-year-old woman from Kingston, NY  was charged with aggravated DWI and vehicular assault on May 29th after a month-long investigation into an April 26th multicar crash that injured four people. Elizabeth M. Kelly was driving on Sawkill Road when she crossed into the northbound lane and hit a Honda driven by Betty Sibus, 80. -->

Kingston House Readied to Assist Homeless Vets

By Michael Novinson Times Herald-Record 04/27/13 KINGSTON — By year’s end, Ulster veterans who’ve fallen on tough times will have a place to temporarily call home. A former state home in the Rondout is being renovated to serve as emergency housing for up to 10 homeless veterans. It will be the only facility between Westchester -->