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Marlene Weber, Jennifer Thorne, Lori Cassia-Decker and her daughter Paige helped to raise $200,000 for The Ryan McElroy Children's Cancer Foundation at the Angels of Gold on Saturday night at Walbridge Farm. Lori...

The Annual Pawling Triathlon on Saturday and the Classic Car Show on Sunday makes for a weekend not to be missed. 

The 27th Pawling Triathlon begins at 9 a.m. Saturday, June 7, rain or shine. Competitors...

by Arvolyn Hill

Mathilde Grace Rosi-Marshall has been chosen to participate in the United States Naval Academy’s Summer STEM Program. STEM, a one week course at the Naval Academy campus for exceptional 8th through 11th graders, is...

by Arvolyn Hill

The weather was perfect for Memorial Day Monday.  American flags fluttered brilliantly against the blue sky as villagers lined Franklin Avenue patiently waiting for the parade.  It began with the Veterans...

by Arvolyn Hill

In a few weeks children will be out of school and in need of something to do beside playing Minecraft. Camps, summer programs and activities for children and teenagers keep children engaged and...

by Tonia Shoumatoff

After twenty-one years, Ed Hoxsie is retiring from Dutchess Soil & Water Conservation District.  Last week the Board of Directors of the District announced that Brian...

Moves forward with plans
by Tonia Shoumatoff

The proposed plan to build a university on the grounds of the former Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center is moving forward, despite citations of violations and fines from OSHA that...