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by Arvolyn Hill in News
Wed Apr 1st, 2015

In a society where volunteering is in rapid decline, the role of the rescue squad staffed by volunteers, like the printed newspaper, is becoming obsolete. With bills, children and daily...

by Carola Lott in News
Wed Apr 1st, 2015

Seven years ago, after joining the Green Schools Alliance, the Millbrook School made a  pledge to become carbon neutral by 2020. On March 25 the school moved closer to that...

by TMI in News
Mon Mar 30th, 2015

This is our last print issue. We forestalled the inevitable for as long as we could, but the burden of printing and mailing and delivering a newspaper of minuscule circulation...

by By Antonia Shoumatoff in News
Mon Mar 30th, 2015

Community character is beginning to be talked about in connection with the Silo Ridge application that has been available for review since  February 25. TMI has received letters and e-mails...

by TMI staff in News
Mon Mar 30th, 2015

At a forum for municipal leaders hosted by County Executive Marc Molinaro last Friday, he laid out the state plan for tax rebates for qualifying governments who reduce the tax...

by By TMI staff with Arvolyn Hill reporting in News
Mon Mar 30th, 2015

The water supplied to the Village of Millbrook again came under question at the trustees’ meeting on March 24. Carey Whalen, a Realtor with H. W. Guernsey, asked about the...

by By Arvolyn Hill in News
Sun Mar 29th, 2015

Dutchess County Sheriffs Department reported that 57-year old Randy G Miles of Kent was likely the driver of the vehicle that killed Concetta Eastman on Bog Hollow Road on March...

by TMI staff in News
Sun Mar 29th, 2015

While the Village authorities have been assuring the customers of the Village of Millbrook’s water district that the water is safe to drink, some customers remain skeptical.  Ann Wilkinson is...

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