Gardiner Day will be held on Saturday, September 7, from 11am-4pm.
The Gazette has been concerned for some time about empty commercial buildings in Gardiner, so it was with pleasure that we heard of the sale of the former Gold Fox Restaurant in January.
Got something you think people should know about? The Gardiner Gazette has recently launched a new, web-based Community Calendar featuring visual arts events, performing arts events and community events.
The sidewalks are a wonderful thing for our future, but there is no question that the businesses in the Hamlet that rely on walk-in customers took a financial hit during the “perfect storm” of events over the past few months.
Election day is Tuesday, November 5th. We urge every resident to register and vote.
If history is any judge, next month fewer than one third of the residents of Gardiner will decide how the rest of us live for the next two years.
An article in the last issue of The Gazette (Meet Our New Government, Winter 2014) mistakenly gave the impression that Charlie Haynes had been Highway Superintendent for 34 years prior to Brian Stiscia’s recent election to that position.
An angel in the post office, Postmaster Gene Pozza, took it upon himself to give us valuable information that helped us scrub our list.
The Riverkeeper Sweep 3rd annual day of service for the Hudson River estuary will be in the Hudson Valley and New York City on Saturday, May 10, and they are counting on us to make it a success.
Gardiner resident Peter Nathan won a gold medal at the 2014 Masters World Weightlifting Championship.