The caucus will be held June 27.
The basketball courts at Mount Marion park and the Lions Club park are in line for attention, with funding coming through donations.
I was feeling more confident. I basked in the thrill of playing again. I ran out to the mound for my next inning. My body felt strong. That’s when I threw the pitch that would change my summer.
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to see what’s going on everyday…just pay attention to the local newspaper. The housing project that is going up in Glasco…who and what do you think is going to be moving into those places?
Though using healthier and sometimes unusual ingredients, Sow Good Bakery is indeed making desserts: cookies, cupcakes, brownies. The owner says she manipulates the ingredients “just enough for them to satisfy a craving, while still being full of cleansing, detoxifying and mood-boosting properties.” It’s medicine, she said, but enjoyable and pleasurable to eat.
Enrollment is less than ¼ of what it once was, but talk of ending the Saugerties Council of Church’s Vacation Bible School might be premature, say a number of council members.
Anna Marie Armstrong, and their salutatorian, Lilith Haig, will speak at the school’s 121st commencement Saturday, June 24.
If you frequent the Saugerties public library, chances are you’ve come across librarian Christine Pacuk.
“I was just keeping my promise to the boys’ baseball team,” the mayor said of the “Home of the Sawyers” sign that now graces the bridge.
A foreign exchange student who named himself after a childhood TV character said farewell on the last day of school at Saugerties High School. One student reported that many of the students were crying, as were some teachers and staff.