Voters will select a mayor and three trustees.
George Beisel, a lifelong Saugerties resident, a longtime village employee most recently in the Water Department, is now a member of the Saugerties Sports Hall of Fame Club’s Class of 2019.
Take a paddle with Paul Andreassen and the Malden Yacht Club, a kayaking group that meets each Sunday to paddle on the Esopus and the Hudson. Calling themselves The Greatest Club that Never Existed, their coat of arms honors their meeting spot near the Malden water treatment plant with an outhouse backed by crossed paddles.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) encourages college students to apply for one of 17 summer internships at its offices in the Hudson Valley and Catskill Mountains.
A first-term councilman is challenging a first-term supervisor, but both are familiar faces in town politics.
A dump on Route 212 is causing strife between the owner, the town and the dump’s neighbors, who fear for their drinking water.
Mayor Bill Murphy is seeking his fifth full term in elections to be held later this month. He’s being challenged by trustee Don Hackett.
Part Sergio Leone fever-dream, part Ravi Shankar raga, the music of Sal Cataldi, known to his audiences as “Spaghetti Eastern,” has become a regular attraction in Saugerties and throughout the Hudson Valley.
The play, based on a 2004 novel Peter and the Starcatchers by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, is essentially a prequel to Peter and Wendy, J.M. Barrie’s celebrated play and novel about Peter Pan.
Town councilman and lifelong Saugerties resident Paul Andreassen announced March 2 his intentions of running for town supervisor this November.