The year 2018 marks a stepping stone for the Gardiner Library as we celebrate our 10-year anniversary at 133 Farmer’s Turnpike.
Across the country, thousands of communities have signaled their commitment to keeping America beautiful by adopting stretches of highway and pledging to keep them litter-free.
Invasive plants are an ongoing threat to the Gardiner community in many ways. So what is to be done, now that they’re here? The answer: manage and destroy through vigilance and action.
How hard can it be to get a comprehensive list of who has won BOHV? Apparently, very hard.
Wouldn’t you agree that Gardiner’s major orchard owners are the backbone of our community? The Dressel’s, Tantillo’s, Jenkins-Luekin’s and Wright’s, whether we realize it or not, are the reason most of us transplant Gardinerites were attracted to Gardiner in the first place.
There’s a new spa in downtown Gardiner where the clientele come in with dirty ears, matted hair, cases of fleas, grimy teeth, nails that are way too long, and skin that smells like skunk.
I’ve got a great idea! Let’s go to a Broadway show in Manhattan! How about visiting a museum in Connecticut? Maybe we can go to a concert in the Albany area?
Over 84.1 million people in the United States have pre-diabetes (this includes many of us here in Gardiner), but nine out of 10 of them don’t know they have it.
Concussions are caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or body, which subsequently cause the brain to move back and forth, side to side, or twist within the skull.
For many years, Vinny Brognano was Town of Gardiner Dog Control Officer, and he did a splendid job until his recent retirement from the position.
Do you know that there is a quality art museum in our vicinity? You should, because it is a beacon of fine art and culture in Ulster County.
In February, 2017, long-time Gardiner resident Larry Ashton’s house was completely destroyed by fire.