In the past couple of years, however, the process of beautifying and developing Main Street has pretty much ground to a halt. Why this standstill? What can we do to get it going again? Why even bother?
On June 30, Joyce Alexander ended her longest service to our community, retiring after thirty-two years as Secretary of the Gardiner Fire District.
Literacy is something everyone reading this article takes for granted, yet many in our community struggle with it. The reasons are complex and the outcome can be devastating.
From the desk of Supervisor Carl Zatz, here are the issues at Gardiner Town Hall these days …
Ulster County loses tens of thousands of dollars in revenue each year when Driver’s License and Registration Renewals are mailed to the state or processed online.
Majestic’s Hardware a small town store that contributes to the sense of community in Gardiner. It’s a place you go where someone will learn your name and say hello when you come in.
This year, Governor Cuomo made a radical choice—he reached for the milk.
If you call 911 from Gardiner, your call is received by an Emergency Services Dispatcher in a small brick building atop Golden Hill Lane in Kingston.
The storyline has bad guys and good guys, a scene in a bar, a chase through a field and a culvert, and a shootout in a crumbling old house. It even has a horse.
This summer, why not spend some of your extra time sharing yourself?
The volcano garden is one of half a dozen or so vegetable gardens that Insook Cheon has established over the last twelve years, occupying 3,000 square feet of space.
The Repair Shop is the brain child of a collaborative effort between Robin Hayes, entrepreneur, and Aleese Cody, massage therapist.
The Bruynswyck Inn is a small, homey, charming place where you’re likely to see the same faces every time you go.
Remember the Mark Fried article on Asa Barton’s old house? What about the house that Susan Eckhardt and Johannes Knoops bought? Read on for details.
You’ve heard the saying that behind every great man there is a great woman; well, in this case behind our great library there are Gardiner’s remarkable residents.