The 35-member congregation at the Saugerties Reformed Church got to know Pastor Randy Prentiss over the years when he stepped in while their leader, Reverend Ruth Kent, was away on various trips. When Kent stepped down last September, church member Terri Massardo suggested Prentiss consider becoming the new pastor.
For New Paltz families saddened by last spring’s cancellation of the annual Easter Egg Hunt down on Huguenot Street, there’s good news and bad news. And then there’s some more good news.
This Sunday evening, March 21, 15-year-old New Paltz singer/songwriter sensation Laila Mach will perform in front of millions of television viewers on the American Idol stage inside the glittery halls of Hollywood. This week’s performance, which has already been taped but has yet to be aired, will showcase Mach’s choice of genre and artist.
A global pandemic is a hard time to be single. With nearly all public social spaces closed to prevent transmission
The joy of the gradual resumption of library access and activities will be muted for many regular users this spring, as a face that has become synonymous with the institution over the past 47 years ceases to be an everyday sighting. John Giralico, library director since 1974, is going into retirement in mid-April.
This year’s theme is the same as last: “fluttering around Saugerties.” Artwork from 35 local artists will be included in the display.
Leon wasn’t born to greatness; he earned it. And like his hero, Ali, he triumphed against all odds.
Technological advances have made “access to information” a necessity that requires most libraries to provide Internet and computer availability for their patrons. But a trend that has taken off recently, particularly since the public health crisis, is the lending of things: physical objects as well as places along the bandwidth.
Following a year with no summer recreation program at all due to Covid-19, the Town of Gardiner is taking steps toward reviving the day camp for 2021 on a limited scale. At the March 2 Town Board meeting, supervisor Marybeth Majestic said that she had spoken with the camp director from 2019, Brian Edelstein, who had indicated that he was “willing to come back.”
Saugerties Central School District stepped up to assist with Covid-19 vaccination efforts by offering the junior high school gymnasium as a public vaccine distribution site for residents aged 65 and older on Wednesday, March 3.