Without new staff, the Gazette will die, and this will be the last issue. So ask yourself, “Do I value the way the Gardiner Gazette brings our community closer together?”
Each year, since 2017, the Gardiner Gazette has valiantly endeavored to cover the “Best of Hudson Valley” (BOHV) awards to honor Gardiner businesses that have won in various categories.
An occasional pizza delivery shows up at the end of the road, confused because there was once a bridge there, and though the bridge is still there, it is CLOSED.
According to the 1860 Federal Census, Michael Maladay was a laborer struggling to make ends meet, supporting a growing family.
She was a Gardiner original, born at a time when one room schoolhouses dotted the town map.
For most of us, with the exception of roadkill, an animal sighting is a thrilling event!
Local activities for kids in Gardiner are always of interest, but fun, physically-active AND educational activities are rare as hen’s teeth these days.
After 11 years and 48 issues, it is time for Carol O’Biso to retire from what has been a wonderful experience.
One way to help NYS get to 70% renewable energy is by purchasing your electric supply from sources like solar, wind, and hydroelectric.
Over a year into the pandemic, a really tough winter, social isolation and being cooped up, has most of us climbing the walls. It just may be the time to plan for some Spring “Forest Bathing.”
Gardiner residents now have the opportunity to participate in an important movement to save local pollinators while at the same time beautifying their yards and gardens.