Kristy Bishop was diagnosed with colon cancer just a month ago. Her art students turned diehard friends have orchestrated fundraising efforts for her chemotherapy treatment.
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The Kiwanis Club of Saugerties estimates that 40,000 patronized the thirtieth iteration of the Hudson Valley Garlic Festival, which kicked off with a memorial service for festival founder Pat Reppert.
A grassroots campaign in the Hudson Valley has been working to help inform and register one of the most valuable reservoirs of voters — the county’s youth — using young people themselves.
Riding bicycles in the village is technically against the law (you’re supposed to dismount and walk the bike). “If we have to then we’re going to start taking bicycles away from people and issuing summonses,” said Police Chief Joseph Sinagra.
From the city of Bologna, Italy to the hub of the Saugerties Farmer’s Market, Iannucci has worked and traveled a long path to get to the heart of what really matters to her — the world around us, which she says is often overlooked in fashion production.
Part host, part chaperone, part teacher, Shanti Payne opens up her studio every Tuesday night, from 8 p.m. until at least midnight, to both self-proclaimed artists and those that could be.
The second-best ice cream in New York State can be found, albeit with some difficulty, in an alleyway off Partition Street in Saugerties.
The artist-decorated sailboats that graced village streets this summer were auctioned off at last weekend at Saugerties Performing Arts Factory.
It’s the Maurice D. Hinchey Post Office now.
A memorial for Tanya Conklin who, her family says, perished trying shepherd her children out of the blaze, still stands. What also remains is the grief and pain of Tanya Conklin’s loved ones.