Today, only about 1% of the United States population is in military service, but the James Miller family of Bruynswick Road in Gardiner defies national averages: 100% of its members are in or have been in the service.
On December 24th 2012 Carleton Mabee, Gardiner Town Historian, turned 98.
What it all comes down to? Burn only DRY wood, and get your stove good and hot on a regular basis. May you stay safe and warm during this winter season.
The New Paltz-Gardiner Seniors are a lively, active group, and if you are looking for something new to do, they ask that you join them. They are a cheerful bunch, and they welcome new members, aged 55 and up.
At the Special Meeting of the Town Board on November 17, 2012, the final 2013 Budget for the Town of Gardiner was adopted.
Betty Marton has been a professional writer and editor for most of her adult life, and she works from home.
In talking with neighbors and friends over the years there seemed to be a lot of confusion about the New York State burn ban that is in effect every year.
The Hess Farm produces corn and hay thus supporting our local farming industry, a critical component of our local economy.
Gardiner residents …you may be eligible for tax savings if you meet any of the following requirements and you file the appropriate forms with the Gardiner Assessor’s Office on or before March 1, 2013.
In the fall issue of The Gardiner Gazette we reported on plans for an entirely new Chestnut Mart retail service station and convenience store at Ireland Corners.
Looking for adventure beyond Minnewaska State Park or the Catskills? Ready for a new challenge? Soon, a whole new world will open up, only a hop-skip-and-a-jump up I-87.
This pizza, unbelievably, is excellent, a very European pizza with a thin crust that manages to achieve the holy grail of pizza crusts.
Got something you think people should know about? The Gardiner Gazette has recently launched a new, web-based Community Calendar featuring visual arts events, performing arts events and community events.
Gardiner Resident Bill Richards stepped out of his office at Skydive the Ranch on Sand Hill Road a little after 3 PM on October 18, 2012 and saw a bright flash in the sky. High above him was a cylinder-shaped translucent object that wasn’t moving.
Many non-profit organizations stage annual fund raising drives, and this is not so different; we aim to raise funds by lowering costs.