After a year of tireless cataloging, Saugerties’ Climate Smart Task Force aims to unveil a complete audit of each municipal facility’s (of which there are over 60) greenhouse gas emissions and energy costs by the end of the calendar year.
The Saugerties Junior High School Builder’s Club last month donated 15 boxes of food to St. John the Evangelist Church as part of its annual homeroom food drive contest.
The asking price for the Winston Farm property in Saugerties has nearly halved from over $10.7 million in 2016 to $5.5 million now.
The Saugerties father-son duo who were both charged with felony weapon charges earlier this year after the son made threatening remarks online were in county court recently to plead guilty.
Although we reap the benefits of power lines every day, we often forget about them, at least until they’re downed by winds and storms, leaving food warm, water taps dry and alarm clocks flashing.
The academic elite in grades 9-12.
Nearly 10 months after his arrest on Feb. 27, a Saugerties High student who was found in possession of an arsenal after police were tipped off by social media posts which referred to the Columbine killers has admitted his guilt.
When an early winter storm hit the Hudson Valley in mid-November, Saugerties closed its schools. Some parents were puzzled by the resulting three-day weekend.
Among the numerous customers ripped off by Bottini Fuel was the Town of Saugerties. According to court papers, the town is in line to be reimbursed almost $5,000.
‘I think lots of people have no idea how deteriorated it’s gotten.’ — Julianna Lavin, filmmaker and shelter supporter