“It’s the local watering hole without the alcohol” is how Tony Yambay characterizes the Gardiner Post Office.
Jewell Turner proudly calls Gardiner her home. This is where she feels connected and grounded and where she has lived her whole life.
The fate of the former library building, sidewalks in downtown Gardiner, and cell towers in town.
Ever contemplated getting involved, giving back, having a voice? Well, have we got an opportunity for you!
Our thanks to the Gardiner Town Board for signing the shared services agreement, and to the Gardiner Highway Department for taking on their new task with a vengeance.
The Main Street Gang, a small group of Gardiner business owners committed to keeping the Hamlet open for business and growing, is diligently working on the details for the Third Annual Gardiner Cupcake Festival.
At times, it appears that our civilization is disintegrating from the clash of the simultaneous events of economic collapse, climate change and the dwindling supply of cheap fossil fuel known as “Peak Oil.”
A brief word from the Editorial Committee at the Gardiner Gazette
The Fifth Annual “Classics under the Gunks” car show this past October had perfect weather, not to mention record entries and attendance.
What is there to do for teens in a small town like Gardiner?