While many Gardiner businesses have shuttered, there are still local places available to us.
For the past few years, around Valentine’s Day, Lucky C has hosted a campaign to support local first responders.
We are, once again, a little thin on editorial staff, and we need your help.
Most of us realize that the internet is an amazing resource, and thanks to one family that put in a whole lot of time and effort, The Gardiner Gazette is now part of that resource.
Greetings from the Gardiner Day Committee! We hope you’ll mark your calendars for these 2020 Gardiner Day events.
The story is simple yet inspiring, and especially suited for young children. The main plot is not overly complicated and it’s a story we can all relate to.
There are some recent changes to the School Tax Relief (STAR) program that might be of interest, and you might qualify for some exemptions other than Basic STAR that will require an application.
For some, there is something inherently romantic about a barn, especially one that has weathered the storms of life and still stands strong to tell of it.
The GLCC (Gardiner Living Community Committee) needs your help.
The volcano garden is one of half a dozen or so vegetable gardens that Insook Cheon has established over the last twelve years, occupying 3,000 square feet of space.