If you think that everything is over by the end of October and that no flowers will bloom again until spring—you’re wrong!
Kurt Wulfmeyer and Chris Powers competed and won against the best and the brightest to build the 9/11 memorial for the World Trade Center site in New York City.
Jean has been the court clerk in Gardiner for over 28 years.
What has 103 acres, killer views of the Shawangunk Ridge and the Wallkill River, and is arguably the most valuable piece of undeveloped land in Gardiner?
Trying both of Café Mio’s varieties of French Toast was a tough job, but somebody had to do it.
Contribute whatever you can, but as much as you can.
The majority of the town believes the building should be sold.
The Gardiner Green Market at the Gardiner Library has been a welcoming gathering spot this summer.
It’s been about six months since John Reilly and Karen Schneck became the new owners of the Village Market and Bakery.
The old mill in the Tuthilltown hamlet has been transformed into a stunning and elegant restaurant.
Once again the Gardiner Library hosted a huge book sale from September 10th to 12th, 2010
Stellar blue skies and moderate temperatures helped make this Gardiner Day one of the best ever.
The property was acquired by the Town in July 2009 for $12,196.
There is a growing home-school community in the Hudson Valley.
The Friends of the Gardiner Library hosted a celebration in August to honor those who created the library landscaping and memorial bricks display.
Submitted by Joyce Alexander, Gardiner Fire District Secretary since 1980, Fire Commissioner since 1995, and Fire Department member since 1977.