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by Carola Lott in News
Fri Apr 1st, 2016

Thanks to the hard work and long hours put in by Kira Wizner and her staff as well as contractor Bob Nilsen a beautifully redesigned Merritt Books has opened right...

Who got out by the skin of her teeth last week
by Antonia Shoumatoff in News
Fri Mar 25th, 2016

Pamela Peeters, an environmental economist who we have interviewed in the past in this paper, was in Brussels for the “Sustainability Week” conference that she had organized at several places...

by Stephen Kaye in News
Thu Mar 24th, 2016

Smitty’s Barbershop opened its doors last week, bringing an old fashioned barbershop and a youthful barber to Sharon. Smitty is Corey Smith and he comes with barbers and barbershops in...

by TMI Staff in News
Tue Mar 22nd, 2016

The following is the first paragraph of the release from the County Executive’s office.

The Dutchess County Legislature last night approved funding for the design and construction of the Dutchess

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A budget decision
by Antonia Shoumatoff in News
Sun Mar 20th, 2016

In a follow-up budget meeting on March 21 the Webutuck School Board voted 5-2 to eliminate the part time position of Lee Stowe, the vocal and chorus director who is...

by Antonia Shoumatoff in News
Sat Mar 19th, 2016

Just days after the musical 42nd St. was performed by 50 students at Amenia High School, the Webutuck School Board presented its preliminary budget that brought out students, faculty, parents...

by Stephen Kaye in News
Wed Mar 16th, 2016

The burning question is one too important to be left to rumor or seat of the pants authority.  One really needs to know because the consequences of getting it wrong...

by TMI Staff in News
Tue Mar 8th, 2016

At its meeting last Monday, the Webutuck School Board presented a $21, 961,642 draft budget to the community.  The increase over the present year is $579,564 much of it resulting...

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