The schedule for 2017 is June 3-4, July 15-16, September 2-4 and October 7-8.
Several times a year, extra water is released into the Esopus Creek, causing it to move much faster— fun for experienced kayakers and tubers, but potentially deadly for the inexperienced. Remaining 2017 releases will take place July 15-16, September 2-4, and October 7-8.
Dredging of Saugerties Harbor commenced on Monday, Sept. 14. Methodically, heavy machinery was deployed in full view of the lighthouse.
Saugerties movers and shakers read the tea leaves for 2015 Greg Helsmoortel Town supervisor What do you think
While flipping through a local newspaper archive, I came across an item from the turn of the century about a
The environmental group Riverkeeper is engaging Saugerties residents in a letter and email campaign to ask the state to require
Police from multiple law enforcement agencies are investigating the discovery of human remains Wednesday, June 18 near the Esopus Creek
The group that has been battling water chestnuts in the Esopus Creek across from the village beach has added a
With recent rains and snowmelt raising local water levels, Hurley supervisor Gary Bellows welcomed the New York City Department of
[portfolio_slideshow id=4324] Opening receptions were held this past week for three new art exhibits in the village. The Saugerties