Two very different concerts mark this fall’s inaugural season of the Chamber Music Society of New Paltz at the DM Weil Gallery. The first concert was on October 6th; a second will take place on November 3rd.
This year, the Gardiner Republican Party chose neither to supply a party platform, nor to nominate candidates at the local level.
Since September 6th, there’s been a new face at Majestic’s Hardware in the Hamlet of Gardiner. After 72 years in the Majestic family, the hardware torch has been passed to new owner.
Election season is a good time for a brief overview of our town government.
The Gardiner Republican Party chose not to provide a party platform, but the Gardiner Democrats have a lot to show and say.
Candidates were asked to respond to the following question in a maximum of 150 words. Responses were not edited: “What do you hope to achieve in the coming term?”
On the back of the November ballot, you will see a question placed there by the Gardiner Library Board to allow voters to decide our library’s budget.
Barbara Sides combined a supreme calm with extreme passionate for whatever she did, and the Gazette benefitted from both those qualities.
Who wouldn’t love a robotic vacuum cleaner that would remove ticks from the lawn? An organic Roomba! Apparently, that is just what Guinea fowl are touted to be.
Many locals shop at The Cheese Plate in New Paltz for fine cheeses and delicacies from around the world.
It was on a family trip to the beautiful village of Watergrasshill is in southeast County Cork, Ireland, that Alana Colucci and her family found the inspiration for their new Bed & Breakfast in Gardiner.
The new Ulster County plastic bag ban has not only increased our awareness of how ubiquitous plastic is but also, for some folks, has inspired memories of what life was like before plastic packaging.