If you have noticed the new construction sites on Milk and Second Streets, you will recognize that the Hamlet of Gardiner is growing.
Marybeth Majestic has learned at lot about her job in the seven months that she’s been the Town Supervisor.
Matt and Meghan Goodnow and their five children are busily transforming the old honey farm on Route 44/55 into the Goodnow Family Farm.
You may wonder, what are these green splotches that brighten your otherwise drab winter day?
Dave Wingfield, or “DogWatch Dave,” is keeping our dogs safe.
Indian Point is just 31 miles from Gardiner.
Guy Wright is a twenty-three year veteran Air Force Master Sergeant, now retired, formerly a loadmaster for C141 cargo jets.
As Betty Davis once said, “Growing old is not for sissies.”
The library’s travel series will provide opportunities for the whole family to learn about the cultures, animals and natural environments of places around the world.
Coach Falzone, 56, is a professional skydiver, originally from California.
Breakfast sandwiches I have known…
The earliest recorded use of hard cider was in Rome, 55 BCE, but it has recently been having a renaissance in the Hudson Valley.
I have not found Tula, but I haven’t given up hope.
Easy, outgoing, imaginative, and very engaged, Cynthia is a talented mixed-media artist whose life has given her a background in both Western and Eastern traditions.
It’s hard to believe that two founding members of The Gazette, Anne and Ray Smith, are retiring from our ranks.