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by Arvolyn Hill

Michael Delango (Rep.) is running for a four-year term on the Amenia town board. For the past 20 years he has owned and run Delango Automotive in Amenia. 

Delango believes what is best for Amenia is unity...

by Carola Lott

Suzanne K. Hitchcock died October 14, 2013, at her home in Millbrook, New York. 

She had been ill for a long time.  Suzanne was born Suzanne A. Kent in Ardmore, Pennsylvania on May 13, 1942. Her...

by Carola Lott

Brian Coons (D) is running for re-election as town supervisor. In light of a letter recently published in this paper accusing him of unnecessary expenditure of the town’s money, Coons explained he takes the previous...

by Carola Lott

Emma Lomangino, the 2013 valedictorian of Millbrook High School, was awarded the 2013 Charles E. and Mabel E. Conklin Scholarship for Academic Excellence at a luncheon at Dutchess Community College. Forty-six...

by Carola Lott

Dr. William Schlesinger, president of the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, has announced that he plans to retire in June 2014. In the almost seven years since he arrived at the institute, Dr. Schlesinger has...

by Tonia Shoumatoff

Most people know Bill Kroeger as the quiet guy behind the counter at Calsi’s General Store in Wassaic, but few know that has studied law and now teaches English at SUNY New Paltz. He is also running for a seat on the...

by Tonia Shoumatoff

Tyler Davis is a new face in Dover politics. A self-styled libertarian, he is running on the Republican line for a town board position to replace Councilwoman Lorraine O’Neill who is retiring. Davis is an English...