Gardiner Day is back! Save the date.
On various social media platforms and in the news, people have been reporting receiving outrageously high electric bills from Central Hudson.
While a growing population brings new energy and dollars to the area, careful planning is needed to avoid challenges associated with this growth and to preserve our town’s rural character.
Chris Vultaggio had been wanting to convert much of his lawn into meadow for several years, but didn’t know where to start.
Once upon a time, the Gardiner community rose against what was seen as an ecological tragedy in the making in the form of the unsanctioned and inadvisable real estate development of the Shawangunk Ridge.
If you’re new to backyard gardening, start small and try not to do too much the first year.
If you are driving down Albany Post Rd at any hour of the day, you will pass a brightly lit and charming, small white hut. Welcome to The Yarn Shack.
A roundup of current events and happenings in the Town of Gardiner.
Everyone loves firefighters, don’t they? Yet, for some time, the message board in front of the Gardiner Fire & Rescue has a request posted on it for volunteers.