Bina’s Café, a very orange new eatery on Partition Street in the Village, aims to bring a tri-cultural experience and authentic Indian cuisine to Saugerties.
Nearby homeowners are notified before trapping begins so they can keep their cats close by. If a pet is trapped, the owners are contacted.
Clad in shorts and helmets, cops on bicycles may seem to be less intimidating than officers strapped into police cars, but apparently that is considered one of the advantages of bike patrols. After watching officers train, learning to quickly navigate stairs and apprehend violent individuals on two wheels, a bystander may rethink their preconceptions.
Rachel Hoffstatter, a budding young artist about to graduate from Saugerties High School, had her artwork on display and was awarded a $100 scholarship from the Ulster County Art Association at the Frank Greco Senior Center on June 4.
Angeline Peone and Melinda France, two re-cycling educators for the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency, spoke to more than a dozen of the environmentally conscious about what can be recycled, what can be done to minimize waste before one even begins the sorting process and how to avoid “wishcycling” — the act of errantly throwing something into your recycling bin hoping that it can be recycled, without being quite sure.
Melissa Barbier suffered extensive injuries following a head-on collision in February. From 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. on Sunday, June 9, at the American Legion Post 72 on John Street, the family will host a dinner, hold a silent auction, and provide games and music for attendees to raise money to help with the expenses.
After building 16 homes in the county over 25 years, mostly in Kingston, Ulster Habitat for Humanity has begun construction on one of three homes slated for 3, 5 and 7 Donnas Way, off Glasco Turnpike.
What they don’t tell you about a collection of 2,000 dolls: the 4,000 peering glass eyes, all looking at you at once.
A dynamic Saugerties bartender is shaking (or stirring) up the local scene with a reverence for forgone mixology techniques muddled by time. Mitch Kane, 28, is a font of boozy knowledge.
Four-term incumbent county legislator Mary Wawro will be challenged this November by fresh-faced Aaron Levine, a 30-year-old Blue Mountain resident who is seeking the endorsement of the Democratic and Working Families parties.