The Saugerties school board held a special meeting this week to discuss the parameters of its search for a new superintendent to replace Seth Turner, who will leave at the end of September for a similar job on Long Island.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced this week the start of work to reconstruct and reinforce the historic Saugerties Lighthouse’s foundation and adjacent infrastructure which were damaged by Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee and further threatened by Superstorm Sandy’s high water.
Selections from this week’s print edition.
A good crepe was a little hard to come by in Saugerties until this month, let alone Hawaii-inspired crepes, fluffy pancakes and other favorites from the 50th state’s rich cuisine.
The County Legislature on Tuesday delayed its vote on the proposed “Bring Your Own Bag Act,” which would ban plastic shopping bags for most applications in the county.
A Greene County man has filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging four Saugerties cops attacked him after an apparent road-rage incident last year in the village.
Thursday, Aug. 16 was the last showing; mall owners mum on possible replacement.
Aug. 18-19 Hope Rocks offers onsite counseling, speakers offering their personal experiences and a myriad of activities, including: approximately 50-plus live musical performances; a motorcade; a 5k and 10k run; softball; volleyball; basketball; tennis; pickleball; human foosball; art exhibition; and, crafters. New to the 2018 festival is a walk- and bike-a-thon, children’s area, petting zoo and t-shirt design contest.
Joshua Hockx of Saugerties, 36, died on Wednesday, Aug. 8 after his routine property maintenance at the Sturgeon Point Hydroelectric Plant in Rifton.
Elementary-school students in Saugerties have joined kids across the state in the summer library reading program, an initiative sponsored by the New York State Education Department and digital book library.