Long before the transfer station, long before the landfill, Gardiner had a dump.
This year marks the ninth year that Charlie Haynes is serving as the elected Superintendent of Highways.
In early June, the Gardiner Town Board passed a resolutio* that is the next critical step in Gardiner’s first farmland protection endeavor.
A new economic study determined that the preserved open space on the Shawangunk Ridge serves as an important economic engine for our community.
Despite four years of planning and a community forum , New Paltz School District voters turned out in force in February to defeat a proposed renovation of the Middle School.
Barney Hansen succumbed to cancer in April of this year.
The Gardiner Association of Businesses awarded its first scholarships to Michael Nelson and Joseph “Joey” Ridgeway.
Before the old Gardiner library was a library, it was the old firehouse.
Most of us know the location as Rivendell Winery but, in fact, the Robibero’s have owned the property since 2003.
The Pet Center is spacious and inviting, the array of pet products varied and colorful.
The county reacts to Mike Hein’s proposal to pay towns to perform winter and possible light summer maintenance of County-owned roads.
The third annual “Here Comes the Sun” motorcycle run on June 5th raised nearly $10,000.
Frank Tantillo appeared in a PBS TV segment aired in April.
Tuthilltown Spirits of Gardiner was awarded a gold and two silver medals when the American Distilling Institute announced the top awards for artisan spirits.
Tackling childhood obesity requires a big toolbox that includes both education and investment in safe routes for walking and biking.
Gardiner resident Martin Hathaway was recently issued a patent for his award-winning invention.
There are two key reasons for why we need sidewalks: safety and economic development.