Do we really understand the stresses poor folks go through? Faculty across the Saugerties school district took part October 9 in a “poverty simulation” organized by Ulster BOCES, a role-playing exercise designed to give teachers and administrators a clearer understanding of what some of the district’s students go through on a daily basis.
The Saugerties village planning board has given the green light to AutoZone’s plans to build a store near the intersection of Railroad and Ulster avenues.
Saugerties Police will distribute overdose prevention kits and teach attendees how to use them Wednesday, Nov. 27 at the Saugerties Senior Center, 207 Market St., from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
A 20-megawatt solar project slated for a site southeast of the intersection of Churchland Road and Churchland Lane has been delayed, according to developers.
Saugerties became the first township and the second municipality in Ulster County to become a New York State Certified Climate Smart Community this month, a status achieved after the amassing of a number of points earned by taking steps laid out by the program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reinforce climate resilience.
‘I’m going to be straight with you, I have my reservations,’ said Sheriff Juan Figueroa, who took office in January. ‘But what we’re doing isn’t working. We have to try a new approach.’
This morning at 6:40 a.m., Saugerties Police responded to a 911 call reporting a head-on collision between a tractor trailer
Saugerties American Legion Lamouree-Hackett Post 72 turns 100 this year. It’ll be celebrating its centennial Wednesday, Oct. 16 with a banquet, a parade and a musical evening.
Plenty of opinions about the coming election can be found in this week’s letters section.
The annual Saugerties Mum festival persevered despite almost continuous rain last Sunday, October 6. While the crowds may have been diminished, a continuous flow of people came to admire the flowers, hear the band, and patronize the vendors in Seamon Park.