A community presentation on internet awareness is Ensuring Youth Safety in Cyberspace. scheduled to take place in the Saugerties High School auditorium next Monday, September 25 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Entitled Ensuring Youth Safety in Cyberspace, the program is free to parents, guardians and the public.
With the 52nd Mum Festival just two weeks away, gardeners throughout the village of Saugerties and portions of the town are cleaning out flower beds to make room for the colorful fall plants for which the festival is named. Seamon Park, site of the October 8 fest, is the epicenter of the seasonal activity.
The Saugerties school system is hoping to begin a full-day pre-kindergarten pilot program in January for nearly 50 kids.
The slates are set for this November’s election, which features lively races for supervisor, town board and two of the three County Legislature seats.
Robert Aiello’s new self-published memoir, Remembering Glasco: Growing up in an Italian-American village, revels in a host of hometown experiences. That includes a sense of ethnic identity that was once a bedrock of Hudson Valley life.
When it comes to growing a local music scene, a lack of venues and a lack of promotion is the problem, say Saugerties natives Ayla Rector and Ian Flanigan.
Sections of sidewalk along Main and Partition streets will be replaced. Work is expected to begin this fall.
Verizon rolls over Saugerties, good local food, Saugerties’ unsung heroes, touched by Erica’s Cancer Journey,
The Saugerties Chamber of Commerce will host the “Rockin’ Gala and Auction” this Saturday, September 16.
Despite not having Saugerties Republican party endorsement, Ulster County Sheriff’s Captain Vincent Altieri won nomination for a town board seat, alongside GOP pick Donald Tucker, while turning back the party’s other choice, Joe Roberti Jr.