Both the state Department of Environmental Conservation and the town of Saugerties are trying to gets a warrant to perform inspections at Joe Karolys’ controversial construction and demolition waste sites.
Volunteers can participate the first Saturday of each month from June to October for an hour or two to maintain the picturesque nature trail leading to the lighthouse. Volunteers of all ages are welcome. Projects include debris cleaning, brush trimming, and raking. Meet at the Lighthouse at 9 a.m. for instructions and supplies. No registration required. For more info, call 845-247-0656 or email email@example.com
The delegates chosen to represent American Legion Post #72 of Saugerties at next month’s annual Boys State program had their first taste last week of what the five-day event is all about.
Catskill Mountainkeeper, Woodstock Land Conservancy and the Dump Here Never group are hosting a community forum on Tuesday, May 14 at 7 p.m. at the Saugerties High School auditorium at 310 Washington Ave., to discuss the fight against the construction and demolition dump on Route 212 in Saugerties.
The rain held off on Saturday, May 4 for the first Saugerties event in the Women’s Woodstock Grand Prix bicycle race. Not so much on Sunday, for the Woodstock run.
Kids under 18 can cast a line and spend some time at the Andrew Mullen Memorial Trout Fishing Derby, set for this Saturday, May 11 from 7 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at Mullen Farm at 225 Cole Bank Road in Saugerties.
Saugerties Town Police officer Jen Culver and her canine partner, Romulus, took the top prize in the narcotics detection at the United States Police Canine Association’s 2019 National Detector Dog Trials, held this week in Albany.
Over their last two games, the Saugerties High School varsity baseball team has outscored its opponents 30 runs to zero.
The 8th annual Saugerties Youth Fishing Tournament sponsored by the Saugerties Fish & Game Club will be hosted by the village of Saugerties at the Blue Mountain Reservoir on Sunday, May 19, rain or shine. Registration begins at 8 a.m.
Last year, town officials missed the opportunity to tap into a grant that would help fund a new building for the Saugerties Animal Shelter, but town officials said they would try again this year.