In what might be a confusing blizzard of ballot choices, Saugerties voters will pick candidates for slots on the November ballot in the Tuesday, September 12 primaries.
What’s art? What art can or should be regulated in the village of Saugerties historic district?
For the second straight summer, Cahill Elementary School morphed into the English as a New Language Academy, a five-week immersive program for elementary-school students for whom learning English is part of their educational experience. Fifteen students participated in the ENL Academy this summer, up two from last year.
Topics include: Election endorsements, kudos to organizers of anti-drug festival, a nation of laws, keeping students safe.
Work should begin in the coming weeks to clean up the piles of wood and remove the underbrush at the Clovelea (Dragon Inn) property on Route 9W.
All sides agree the water main should be extended. Not all sides agree who should pay for it.
This extraordinary example of pre-Raphaelite stained-glass work was commissioned in 1867 by a parishioner in memory of her husband and two sons. At a cost of $3,000, The New York Herald called it “one of the costliest works of the kind yet seen in this country.”
Although not recognized as a disorder, Facebook certainly is an addiction. It has filled many of my hours, while my vacuum has stood silent and the dishwasher patiently awaiting emptying.
Later this summer or early fall work will begin on adding a new walkway out to the historic Saugerties Lighthouse, shoring up its foundation, and restoring the seawall that protects the building.
A former Saugerties School Board member is lobbying for a change, bringing to light issues of safety and driver discretion.