In a normal year the millions of snow bells that carpet these woods on South Road near Thorncrest  bloom in early April. They will be a little late this year. Photo by Peter Devers

In a normal year the millions of snow bells that carpet these woods on South Road near Thorncrest bloom in early April. They will be a little late this year. Photo by Peter Devers

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In 1864 the Dutchess County Legislature approved the purchase of 105 acres on Oak Summit Road for a facility for dependent men and women. The building became known as the Dutchess County Infirmary.  ...

The cell tower proposed for Fraleigh Hill stirred up heated discussion at the TOW Planning Board meeting on Tuesday, April 1. The meeting was moved from Town Hall to the Millbrook Fire House to host the...

Village Mayor Laura Hurley announced on Tuesday, April 1st that the village has come to a mutual agreement...

Food Insecurity, as defined by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), is the limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods or the limited or uncertain ability to...

Peter Pan flies across the stage at Millbrook’s high school this weekend in the latest revival of the play that first hit Broadway in 1954. 

A cast and crew of 30 students have been working...

Old Houses in Millbrook - Now In Print

Old Houses in Millbrook

Old Houses in Millbrook is now in print. The collection of stories of houses and the people who built them and lived in them is now available through The Millbrook Independent by clicking this link or at the following bookstores:

Merritt Books, Millbrook

Oblong Books, Millerton

Oblong Books, Rhinebeck

House of Books, Kent, Ct.

Archivia Books, 993 Lexington Avenue, NYC

Johnnycake Books, Salisbury, Ct

Crawford Doyle Bookstore, 1082 Madison Ave, NYC

Softcover edition ($45) and hard cover edition ($100) available.

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