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by Stephen Kaye in News
Tue May 24th, 2016

The Farmer’s Wife of Ancramdale will be taking over the Mabbettsville Market TMI learned earlier today.

Job Yacubian, co-owner with his wife Emilie Sommerhoff, confirmed the lease signing.  The facility...

by Antonia Shoumatoff in News
Mon May 23rd, 2016

Tempers flared during a heated meeting on a composting operation that had already been turned down once.  Mr. Anthony Bulfamonte attempted to persuade the board with inducements to reopen his...

by TMI staff in News
Wed May 18th, 2016

Former Dutchess County Legislator, Michael Kelsey was found guilty by a St. Lawrence County jury of all four charges, two felonies, for ‘first degree sexual abuse,’ one count of attempted...

by Stephen Kaye in News
Fri May 13th, 2016

There are four candidates for three positions.  Two candidates are running for a second term, Paul Tobin and Deidre Houston. 

Howard Shapiro has a child in the sixth grade, has...

by TMI staff in News
Mon May 9th, 2016

A flyer put out by the Town of Amenia announces an effort to raise $120,000 for a community kitchen that the town would install in its town hall on Route...

by Stephen Kaye in News
Mon May 2nd, 2016

The Dutchess County Executive office issued a press release today that announced that the county ran a surplus of $26.6 million after expenses in calendar year 2015.  

The income...

by Stephen Kaye in News
Sat Apr 30th, 2016

The Millbrook Central School District released it 2016-15 Budget that will be submitted to voters on Tuesday, May 17. The voting place is the Millbrook Central School on Alden Place. ...

by Antonia Shoumatoff in News
Tue Apr 26th, 2016

When the Town of Amenia acquired the current Town Hall for a dollar more than ten years ago the town knew that the heating system was old and would need to...

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