The village water superintendent said there’s plenty available for outside the village.
Maybe it’s already time to be talking not about too little water but too much — the more common condition in the New York City reservoir system in springtime.
Topics include: Saugerties town ethics investigation; Call Faso about ACA; Saugerties County Legislators disappoint; Free press is vital; Climate change is brain change.
After years of delay, Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week dropped $8 million in a capital development grant at the state-owned Belleayre Ski Center at Highmount.
The deadly crash highlighted the existence of railroad crossings off of Kings Highway on Doyle’s Lane and Tissal Road that lack safety gates, warning lights or other safety equipment.
The status quo will remain the status quo in the village of Saugerties as four individuals have registered for the March 21 election, all of them incumbents.
A former Kingston cop who resigned from the force following a drunken driving conviction is in trouble again, accused of flashing a police badge to avoid a traffic ticket.
To many, the idea of shaving off your hair in front of a packed audience might sound like the kind of dream that wakes you in a cold sweat. To a number of local residents, however, it is the perfect way to raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer.
Republican lawmakers are facing pointed questions and raucous crowds at town hall meetings across the country this month. Freshman 19th Congressional District Representative John Faso (R-Kinderhook) is not one of them.
The Tonight Show host and Saugerties High School Class of 1992 alum Jimmy Fallon has donated $100,000 to his alma mater, much of which has been earmarked for technology in the arts.