We live in an area home to the majestic Shawangunk Ridge state park filled with cliffs, trails, waterfalls … and dangerous crevices.
The Parks and Rec Commission’s imagination and passion make possible the creation of places where people want to be and enhance community life for all Gardiner residents.
A lot of people ask me what I do. I say I’m going to school to be a farrier.
From the desk of Supervisor Carl Zatz, here are the issues at Gardiner Town Hall these days.
If there was ever someone who could claim to be a native of Gardiner, it was Betty Donahue Moran.
The DM Weil Gallery is open weekends and by appointment, so give them a call!
It took Gardiner residents Kurt Wulfmeyer and Chris Powers nine months to fabricate and install their monument on the site of the old World Trade Center.
Derick Karabec has worked at Beeks garage at the intersection of 299 and 44/55 for 25 years.
There are lots of things we can do to help the region go green.
When the floodwaters of Hurricane Irene finally receded in the late summer of 2011, a plan and vision emerged for Joe Katz and Pattie Eakin.
Floral Affairs by Sarah started five years ago, and has become a viable business by relying on that great marketing technique called “”word of mouth.”
How does one business do this many different things? The answer lies in generations of hard work and a loyal, close-knit family with diverse talents.
It’s been two years since Just A Bite visited Cafe Mio and sampled their fabulous French toast, so we went back for an update.