After undergoing gastric revision and hernia repair surgery in May, Saugerties resident Jen Myer only took over-the-counter anti-inflammatory during recovery, thanks new multi-faceted opioid-free pain treatment methods at Northern Dutchess Hospital and other Health Quest medical practices, billed as “Enhanced Recovery After Surgery.”
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For fans of the Saugerties school district spelling bee, the name Cushman is almost synonymous with success.
As the national organization considers filing for bankruptcy in response to a wave of lawsuits from sexual-abuse victims, many are left wondering how the traditions of scouting will adapt in the years to come. In Saugerties, assures local scoutmaster Bob Cote, things will remain essentially the same.
SAGE awards honor Trevor Brodie, Shaun Sussman, Ashley Pettengill and David Henkel.
Ryan Bonelli, Saugerties High School Class of 2013, is the first graduate of the district’s computer video production program to win an Emmy Award.
The Reformed Church of Saugerties will be holding a non-denominational, secular “Blue Christmas” service at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 19. The service is open to the public and is meant to acknowledge and help those who suffer during the stereotypically cheery holiday season.
Although we reap the benefits of power lines every day, we often forget about them, at least until they’re downed by winds and storms, leaving food warm, water taps dry and alarm clocks flashing.
‘I think lots of people have no idea how deteriorated it’s gotten.’ — Julianna Lavin, filmmaker and shelter supporter
‘When Jordan came into our troop, he was younger and undisciplined… He’d be the first to tell you that. Now he’s a fine example of an Eagle Scout.’
One Saugerties woman’s crafting prowess and love of the winter holidays took on a new dimension four years ago when a friend asked her to add a few recipients in need of holiday cheer to her Christmas list.