A number of town and village of Saugerties residents didn’t like what they saw when Frank Manzullo, a distributor with Surefire Sign, turned on what he said was a smaller version of the type of electronic messaging sign a local businessman wants to install in front of his Route 32 business.
A Saugerties man who spent 25 years living abroad after fleeing prosecution on federal drug charges is headed to prison following conviction on identity fraud charges.
Fred Costello has been on the town board in Saugerties for thirteen and a half years, and has been deputy
James “Jimmy” Bruno lives in the Bishop’s Gate housing development, of which he’s an owner. He operates a construction
After five years of a festival focused on bringing local students out of their artistic shell, Morse Rocks is morphing into this weekend’s Hope Rocks, a free two-day event at the Cantine Veterans’ Memorial Complex that at its heart is meant to give hope to those suffering from addiction and depression by blending live music, sports, and fun activities with advocacy, education and support.
With a few small tweaks to the coaching staff, a slight adjustment to the offense game plan and the a new defensive scheme, head football coach Dominic Zarrella of the Saugerties Sawyers is optimistic.
The village says residents generally comply with code requiring neat and tidy lawns.
“Since I first saw one, I’ve fallen in love with Little Free Libraries,” he said. “I figured that there was nothing stopping me from having my own, and it was a fun idea.”
Village trustees say the newly paved road is exacerbating the speeding problem. Lowering the speed limit, painting a center line and increasing police patrols have been suggested.
This annual, self-guided tour is free and open to the public. The artists on the tour represent a wide range