For duffers and experts alike, there is no greater sign of spring than the opening of local golf courses.
Vanessa Biegel, 11, a fifth grader from Saugerties, can probably tell you a thing or two you didn’t know about the women’s suffrage movement in the state, which was so strong that New York women won the vote in 1917, three years before the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the American constitution in 1920.
Historic Huguenot Street is constructing a replica Munsee Native American wigwam to celebrate the 340th anniversary of the signing of the 1677 land agreement between the Munsee Esopus sachems and the Huguenot refugees.
It was quite a week for the Saugerties High School baseball team.
This year’s Earth Day Fair at the Reformed Church will be held Saturday, April 22.
They say you can choose your friends but you can’t choose your family. But for residents of a Saugerties co-housing community, it seems it is possible to choose one’s extended family.
The history of the troopers originates with a spectacular crime, a 1913 robbery/murder in Westchester County of a construction foreman delivering a payroll. The victim was able to identify his three assailants before dying from multiple gunshot wounds, but owing to the lack of a local police force, they escaped, never to be apprehended.
This year, the church will not hold a Festa in late summer.
“Home is a sensation of relief … a place where you feel comfortable walking around in your pajamas … where there are people who one minute are driving you crazy, and the next minute you know they love you.” — from an essay by a Kingston High School student
When New Paltz Village planning board chairman Maurice Weitman died in 2015, Mayor Tim Rogers and village trustees decided to honor his memory by naming something after him.