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by TMI staff in News
Tue Mar 17th, 2015

In the March5 2015 issue of the paper we used a photograph from another story to accompany the piece about the Dutchess Day School’s participation in the Model UN conference...

by TMI staff in News
Tue Mar 17th, 2015

Five months after ruling that the Odd Fellows held a tenancy right by deed to occupy 1,000 square feet of the Pine Plains Community Center and Library building, Judge James...

by TMI staff in News
Tue Mar 17th, 2015

As the TMI website grows and becomes more of a tool, we plow more energy and time into it.  There you will finds stories in the making, often before they...

by Arvolyn Hill in News
Tue Mar 17th, 2015

The Town of Washington’s town board appointed Jeff Feigelson as a town justice at the board meeting on Thursday, March 12.  Feigelson will replace Bruce Audin, who is retiring.  
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by Michaela Coplen in News
Tue Mar 17th, 2015

 “It all happened very quickly.” Sitting in a quaint cafe and pausing every once in a while to bob her head to the pop music playing, Tamzin Elliott described how...

by Peter Devers in News
Tue Mar 17th, 2015

I met Helen Macdonald on an ancient bridge in Cambridge, on a summer’s day years ago, when I and three friends were on a falconry pilgrimage in England. She struck...

by Tonia Shoumatoff in News
Tue Mar 17th, 2015

Towns are being urged to jump on the green funding bandwagon by addressing cimate change and including resilient infrastructure projects in a new series of grant applications.  
“What...

by Arvolyn Hill in News
Tue Mar 17th, 2015

The Town of Washington has adopted a resolution to accept a donation of $110,000 toward the town’s defense of the appeal by Homeland Towers of the planning board’s decision denying...

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