Their bags are packed, and on August 31 members of the Saugerties High School girls’ volleyball team will be on
Five hundred mums were planted at Seamon Park over the last two weeks, and another 1500 will go into the
How do you replace a legend? If you’re Tom DeLia, you get her approval and move full steam ahead. DeLia,
Sitting behind a nondescript doorway on 220 Main Street in the Village of Saugerties lies what artist Kelli Bickman thinks
The children at Speckled Frog Playcare complete community service projects every year. This year’s first project was a clothing drive.
Food is one of the most basic of mankind’s needs, but can it also be art? Jennifer Zackin, who spearheaded
For the last several weeks a handful of artists from Saugerties High School led by art teacher Robert Slate have
Kellan Ryan was injured in a lawn mower accident recently, losing three toes and sustaining other injuries to his foot.
For local businessman, and first-year owner of the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League team the Saugerties Stallions, Kevin Hinchey it’s
What does a giant ball of yarn have to do with getting kids reading? At the Saugerties Public Library, the