By definition, a “basecamp” provides things that are needed for persons engaged in such activities as exploring, mountain/rock climbing and more. It’s exciting that Gardiner now has its own BaseCamp.
On Tuesday, August 23, 2022 there will be a Special Election to fill the 19th District Congressional seat recently vacated by Democrat Antonio Delgado.
A roundup of current events and happenings in the Town of Gardiner.
On Saturday, May 21, Supervisor Marybeth Majestic proclaimed the day as Arbor Day in Gardiner.
The lands hiding scenic views just beyond the Town Transfer Station at Gardiner Park have seen exciting new activity over the last few months.
Those working in the field understand that children in foster care have more trauma to overcome than most children and there are limited options for these children.
You may have noticed peoples’ lawns looking a little wild lately. Well, there is a new trend in town and around the world.
Disc golf has gained an enormous amount of exposure in the past decade, with the number of courses, players, sponsorships, and companies getting a huge bump.
As you drive through the back roads of Gardiner, you may notice Ukrainian flags hanging from mailboxes and local businesses.
The dog days of summer are upon us, and we are blessed with a variety of places to take man’s best friend.
Sandy Levy has been an art and antiquities dealer since he was a teenager with long hair, which means that he has been in the trade for over 50 years.