The Saugerties Artists Studio Tour, now in its 16th year, portrays the heart of Saugerties, its most recognizable streets and antiqued structures, and of course emanations of its soul.
Signs forbidding would-be bathers were removed from Saugerties village beach last Monday after Ulster County health officials declared the Esopus Creek free open for swimming after measured levels of fecal bacteria decreased to safe levels.
The Ulster County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to share any information pertaining to the whereabouts of 48-year-old Ethel A. Davis of Saugerties, who was last seen at around 2 p.m. on June 22 after leaving the Dietz Stadium Diner in Kingston.
The kayaker had capsized just above the Cantine Dam in the village of Saugerties.
Opening a significant new aspect to its business, HITS Inc., which runs horse shows in Saugerties as well as several other locations across the country, is now in charge of arranging events for the new Exposition Center at the New York State Fair up in Syracuse.
The eyes of those walking Main and Partition Street will be snagged on the bright matte and metallic paint jobs of hot rods from the past, from 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Sunday July 8.
Saugerties held its annual July 4 parade yesterday in the village. Photos by Christina Coulter.
If you think Saugerties is worth showcasing, you aren’t alone — CGI Communications, a Rochester-based marketing firm that has filmed “video tours” of municipalities throughout the country approached Saugerties officials to put together a promotional video to be displayed on the town’s website.
Block’s efforts bring Saugerties to the wider world, and gets the wider world to come and spend money in town.
Village trustees are thinking about giving residents without parking options more leeway, after they got feedback at a public hearing on the new proposed parking law.