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MILLERTON — Lew Saperstein, longtime owner of the iconic Saperstein’s store, was celebrated as he and his family were cheered for their 70 years of service to Millerton on Saturday, May 12, at Lew’s retirement party.

“The party’s a very nice surprise,” he said. “I had a lot of fun and I got to say goodbye to a lot of people and old friends, and I look forward to visiting Millerton and seeing the progress with the store here.”

Performing as the evening’s live entertainment, Lance Middlebrook and John Mathews of the band...

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No one injured as result of gas leak

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MILLERTON — There was a little bit of a scare on Sunday, Feb. 6, as a mid-afternoon gas leak closed down Salsa Fresca, the Mexican restaurant on the corner of routes 44 and 22 in Millerton.
Several fire companies responded to the scene, including Millerton, Sharon and Lakeville, for a propane leak that started around 2 p.m., according to Jason Watson, Millerton’s fire chief.

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Show your fire hydrants the light of day

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MILLERTON — There are dozens of home and property maintenance issues that arise with the amount of snow that’s been deposited on the Harlem Valley this winter, but there’s one in particular that may not have crossed your mind.
Keeping fire hydrants clear, especially after the heavy snow accumulation of the past few weeks, is a must during the winter. It is also, in the village of Millerton, legally the job of the property owner.

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