A new composting system at the Saugerties transfer station will pay for itself, according to Mary McNamara, appointed by the town board to oversee the station’s new organic recycling program.
From the moment I finished my small glass, I felt markedly — shockingly — calm. An irksome pain in my neck was forgotten.
Two recent county-level initiatives, a law that would ban the use of plastic bags by grocery stores and retailers and a law limiting the terms for county elected officials, were talked about at length by county residents at a public hearing in the legislative chambers on the afternoon of Tuesday, Oct. 9.
In a recent presentation at Saugerties High School, a psychotherapist and author discussed the possible negative impact of social media and smart phones, including an increase in cases of ADD and anxiety in young people.
Five years after it first became an accredited agency, the Saugerties Police Department once again opened its evidence vault and records from the last five years to members of the state Division of Criminal Justices Services Accreditation Department. Their findings were announced on Sept. 20.
Kristy Bishop was diagnosed with colon cancer just a month ago. Her art students turned diehard friends have orchestrated fundraising efforts for her chemotherapy treatment.
How many plastic water bottles does it take to make a water dragon? Members of the Shout Out Saugerties Committee know, at least, that the effort will require more than they’ve amassed thus far.
The Kiwanis Club of Saugerties estimates that 40,000 patronized the thirtieth iteration of the Hudson Valley Garlic Festival, which kicked off with a memorial service for festival founder Pat Reppert.
The long arm of the law protects flowerbeds too.
The amendment focuses on prohibitions against political advocacy during work hours or on town property.