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The Pawling cell tower controversy continues, with a third public hearing held on Monday January 6, 2014, and a fourth one scheduled Tuesday, January 21. There have been a number of challenges to the current...

Congressman Chris Gibson sent out an email Friday announcing that the following provisions were included in the budget bill that passed Congress last week: 

• Early education: The bill includes $8.6...

The Town of Washington reappointed all the incumbent office holders, committee members and staff.  Two holders of two expiring terms, Pete Audia on the ZBA and Ed Jorgensen on the planning board, were...

The first business, or “reorganization,” meeting of the town of Stanford went forward with an unaccustomed smoothness under Joe Norton, the newly elected supervisor.  Norton had been a board member for the past...

January 6, Supreme Court Justice, Christine Sproat, ruled in favor of the Watershed Center of Millerton, upholding a decision by the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) of the Town of Northeast to grant the educational...

by Arvolyn Hill

As the temperature drops, people without a home are desperate to find shelter.  No different from an urban environment, rural areas struggle with combating chronic homelessness.  Dutchess County is no...

by Arvolyn Hill

Bet you didn’t know January is National Learn to Ski and Snowboard month.  

Well, now that you know that vital piece of news, it is time to plot your next visit to the slopes. But first we want to remind...