On April 26, 2021, Gable “Gabe” Erenzo passed away suddenly and unexpectedly in his sleep. The shock of his loss reverberated throughout our small town, around the US, and throughout Europe.
You really can’t travel around Gardiner, or the surrounding towns for that matter, without seeing “Save Tillson Lake” signs on people’s lawns. Have you ever wondered why Tillson Lake needs saving?
On March 16, 2020, the Gardiner Town Hall was closed to the public due to the Coronavirus pandemic because we felt strongly about protecting our employees who work in an open floor plan.
No one would have bet on the Gardiner Gazette surviving after losing its founder and managing editor, Carol O’Biso.
The town of Gardiner is exploring joining the Hudson Valley Community Power program to bring easy, clean electricity buying options to community members.
It’s hard to disagree that one of Gardiner’s greatest assets is its idyllic setting.
There is now hope that all who want to be vaccinated can be, quickly and easily, thanks to the efforts of County Executive Pat Ryan and the Ulster County Department of Health.
The 19th Annual Gardiner 5K Classic Run/Walk will be held on July 15, 2021. The proceeds will be used to make improvements to the Gardiner Fire House.
What’s a library advocate, you ask? The answer: anyone that connects with their public library and tells other people to get connected too!
Gardiner’s first Arbor Day celebration was held on Saturday, April 24th at Majestic Park, and about 75 people attended.
My old dog Jasmine spied a warty brown toad. Her nose touched his back-that nose wet and cold!