Diane Pineiro-Zucker, Daily Freeman

Diane Pineiro-Zucker

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Kingston, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Daily Freeman
Past:
  • Troy Record
  • The Saratogian

Recent articles by Diane:

Opening of Step One Kingston expands options for those seeking chemical dependency, alcohol abuse treatment

KINGSTON, N.Y. — Step One Kingston was officially launched as a privately-owned behavioral health care center this summer with a grand opening celebration at its Aaron Court facility. → Read More

New Paltz officer assaulted by drunk patron at town pool, police say

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. — A town police officer was attacked while escorting an unruly patron away from the Moriello Pool, New Paltz Police Chief Robert Lucchesi said Thursday. → Read More

Kingston murder suspect hid shanks in jail cell, Ulster County Sheriff's Office says

KINGSTON, N.Y. — A murder suspect being held in the Ulster County jail has been charged with the felony of promoting prison contraband after allegedly hiding two shanks in his → Read More

A.J. Williams-Myers, longtime Black studies professor at SUNY New Paltz, has died

KINGSTON, N.Y. — A.J. Williams-Myers, a community leader and professor emeritus of Black studies at SUNY New Paltz, has died after a brief illness, the college announced. → Read More

Murder arrest warrant issued in Ellenville shooting death

ELLENVILLE, N.Y. — The man initially identified as a "person of interest" in a June 29 fatal shooting in Ellenville is now being sought as a murder suspect, village police → Read More

Human society urges 'no leniency' in prosecution of Greene County woman accused of attacking dog

HUDSON, N.Y. — The Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA is requesting “no leniency” by Greene County prosecutors who are investigating the partial decapitation and stabbing of an Australian cattle dog, allegedly by → Read More

Power surge probable cause of house fire on Albany Avenue in Kingston, deputy fire chief says

KINGSTON, N.Y. — A lightning strike and power surge may have been the cause of a three-alarm fire at a house on Albany Avenue, Kingston Deputy Fire Chief Tom Chase → Read More

Kingston's African Burial Ground focus of Juneteenth observance

KINGSTON, N.Y. — Harambee celebrated Juneteenth Saturday at the site of the 18th-century African Burial Ground to which it now holds the deed. → Read More

Kingston's African Burial Ground focus of Juneteenth observance

KINGSTON, N.Y. — Harambee celebrated Juneteenth Saturday at the site of the 18th-century African Burial Ground to which it now holds the deed. → Read More

Accused killer of Ulster County man in central New York rejects plea deal

The man charged with murder in the November 2020 fatal shooting of an Ulster Count resident in a central New York motel has rejected a plea deal, his attorney said → Read More

2 teens stabbed in Ellenville

ELLENVILLE, N.Y. — Two teenagers suffered multiple stab wounds in an incident on Canal Street in the village, Ellenville Police Chief Philip Mattracion said Tuesday. → Read More

Phoenicia Playhouse returns with outdoor performances of 'Our Town'

PHOENICIA, N.Y. — After a year unlike any other, the Phoenicia Playhouse will make a comeback with performances of Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town,” a play artistic director Michael Koegel believes → Read More

Phoenicia Playhouse returns with outdoor performances of 'Our Town'

PHOENICIA, N.Y. — After a year unlike any other, the Phoenicia Playhouse will make a comeback with performances of Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town,” a play artistic director Michael Koegel believes → Read More

State closes Highland assisted-living facility due to code violations; 40 residents transferred

HIGHLAND, N.Y. — In order “to maintain their safety” amid numerous code violations, about 40 residents of The New Village View, an assisted-living facility, were evacuated by emergency order and → Read More

State closes Highland assisted-living facility due to code violations; 40 residents transferred

HIGHLAND, N.Y. — In order “to maintain their safety” amid numerous code violations, about 40 residents of The New Village View, an assisted-living facility, were evacuated by emergency order and → Read More

Kingston barber who defied coronavirus rules last year loses license

KINGSTON, N.Y. — Citing his “untrustworthiness and incompetence,” a New York administrative law judge has revoked the license of a Kingston barber who cut hair last year in violation of → Read More

Kingston, Rondout school districts not changing mask-wearing regulations for now

KINGSTON, N.Y. — Kingston and Rondout school district officials took a wait-and-see approach this weekend to changes in state Department of Health mask-wearing regulations for K-12 schools that were announced → Read More

4 members of family charged in Midtown Kingston stabbings

KINGSTON, N.Y. — Four members of a Kingston family have been charged in connection with the April stabbings of two men during a fight in Midtown that involved several people, → Read More

Plea deal possible in upstate killing of Ulster County man

A central New York man who has been charged with murder for the November 2020 fatal shooting of an Ulster County resident in a Rome, N.Y., motel is considering accepting → Read More

Man who died in Shawangunk house fire honored posthumously for 'heroic actions'

KINGSTON, N.Y. — A Shawangunk man who died in a house fire last summer while trying to rescue his son after getting his daughter out safely was honored posthumously with → Read More