News

by Arvolyn Hill

In a society in which information can be distributed across the world in a second, it becomes harder to regulate freedom of the press and national security.  The line between what should be public knowledge and...

by Arvolyn Hill

58-year old Msgr. Gerardo Colacicco is the new pastor at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Pastor Gerardo comes to Millbrook after serving 12 years at the St. Columba Parish in Hopewell Junction. He will take the place of...

by Arvolyn Hill

The North East Community Center’s Chef and Farmer Brunch on Saturday, August 10 matches top chefs with produce from Dutchess farms so a few lucky diners can enjoy one of the most sought after feasts of the year....

by Arvolyn Hill

Wassaic, home of the innovative artist residency program, will hit a peak this weekend, hosting its free three-day music and arts festival. 

The Wassaic Project’s Arts and Music Festival is expecting...

  On Sunday, July 20, Kevin T. McEneaney, who often writes for this newspaper, was awarded the James McKenna Award for outstanding achievement in poetry. This award is given to artists of distinction. Acting U.S....
by Arvolyn Hill

At Millbrook Rotary last week, 21-year old Taylor P, a current resident of Florence Manor, gave her first hand experience as a reformed drug addict. She told

of going from a high achieving student at Arlington...

by Arvolyn Hill

In May the Dutchess County Legislature authorized an $800,000 bond to fund the demolition of nine buildings at the Eastern Dutchess...