Losing Tillson Lake would mean the loss of a peaceful Shawangunk foothills lake used by visitors and residents.
As people move around more and more, it is a rare thing to find friends that have as a long a history as the four Gardiner ladies I interviewed for this story.
We all know there is no supermarket in Gardiner, but there are great options for grocery shopping at wonderful family-owned businesses right here in Gardiner.
In spite of the high concentration of farms in Gardiner, on-site sawmill services are a great resource that few people know about. A number of them can be found in the Hudson Valley.
Climate Smart Gardiner (CSG) has been aiming to make sustainable, environmentally-friendly changes to the area since its inception early in 2018.
Since the early days, free climbing — a form of rock climbing in which climbers use ropes and other equipment to protect against injury during falls, but not to assist progress — has become a mainstream sport.
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To inform the people of Gardiner about what is happening with our boards and committees, I reached out to each for a brief summary of the issues before them.
Many Gardinerites do not realize that we had our own local bad man, “Big Bad” Bill Monroe, sometimes known in the newspapers as The Gardiner Desperado.
Can there be any other Gardiner residents who have yet to explore the stores in the Gardiner Gables Plaza? If so, you have a treat waiting for you at Meadowscent Gifts and Flowers.
Jim is a member of the North East Watercolor Society (originally the Orange County Watercolor Society) and exhibits yearly at the Annual International Exhibition for the North East Watercolor Show (NEWS) in Kent, Connecticut.
Everyone living in Gardiner knows that we have our share of artists and celebrities in residence. However, one local professional artist—meaning one who makes a living from their art—is both locally incognito and internationally known.
Each year, more than 350,000 out-of-hospital Sudden Cardiac Arrests (SCAs) occur in the United States, 80% in the home. An SCA is different from a heart attack.