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A peaceful protest was held on Jan. 13 against the cutting of pine and hardwood trees at Housatonic Meadow State Park in Sharon. Photo by Lans Christensen

January 19, 2022
SHARON — In the end, they were not able to overcome the might of the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection... Continue Reading
January 19, 2022
State Sen. Craig Miner (R-30) said he expects the state Legislature’s Environment Committee to address Department of Energy... Continue Reading
January 19, 2022
Like many Lakeville Journal staff people (including this writer), Senior Reporter Patrick Sullivan did a stint at the... Continue Reading
January 19, 2022
CORNWALL — Historian and activist Jeremy Brecher told the little-known story of Martin Luther King Jr.’s experience picking... Continue Reading

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From left, 7-year-olds Isabella Blum and Nora Diamant painted faces on pumpkins during the Millbrook Arts Group's Fall in Love With Millbrook Day, which was held at the Millbrook Library last autumn. Photo by Judith O'Hara Balfe

January 19, 2022
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MILLBROOK — Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro announced on Tuesday, Jan. 11, that the much-loved Millbrook Library... Continue Reading
January 19, 2022
AMENIA — Moments before this paper went to press on Tuesday, Jan. 18, New York State Police (NYSP) Public Information... Continue Reading
January 19, 2022
WINGDALE — Friday, Jan. 14, was a very good day for the growingly popular working farm Harlem Valley Homestead (HVH) — and... Continue Reading
January 19, 2022
HARLEM VALLEY — The Millerton News has been reflecting back on 2021 as the New Year begins; last week we ran Part II of our... Continue Reading

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Tiara Tyson dished up soul food at the Main Street, Torrington, restaurant opened by her sister last August: Tequanna’s Soul Food and Sweets. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

January 19, 2022
Restaurants
My friends are all making plans to travel the world again in the coming weeks. I’m still waiting until COVID-19 is less of a... Continue Reading
January 19, 2022
Winter has truly begun, a perfect time for a deep dive into the work of authors from cold and snowy parts of the world. On... Continue Reading
January 19, 2022
Museums
If Salisbury, Conn., resident Tom Morrison’s new book, “Please Pass the Tort$,” makes you want to learn more about laws... Continue Reading
January 19, 2022
Local Authors
Bill Littauer interviewed Tom Morrison’s “Please Pass the Tort$,” the follow-up to “Torts ‘R’ Us,” on a Zoom meeting... Continue Reading

Regional

  • January 19, 2022
    NEW YORK — It’s been four months since the remnants of Hurricane Ida impacted the state and our region. To... Continue Reading

  • Though its origins have yet to be determined, the structure fire reported at 12 Brady Lane in Dover Plains on Thursday, Jan. 13, resulted in severe damages to the property and several families being displaced from their apartments. Photo by Tina Lynn

    January 19, 2022
    DOVER PLAINS — Multiple fire companies from across the region answered the call to a structure fire reported... Continue Reading

  • From left, State Sen. Sue Serino (R-41) and Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro were among those who toured Harlem Valley Homestead in Wingdale on Friday, Jan. 14, to celebrate the working farm's $500,000 Empire State Development Grant to expand. Photo submitted

    January 19, 2022
    WINGDALE — Friday, Jan. 14, was a very good day for the growingly popular working farm Harlem Valley... Continue Reading

  • Alban June came to Millerton to check out the autoflowers while touring the Harney hemp fields in 2021. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

    January 19, 2022
    A Year in Review — Part III
    HARLEM VALLEY — The Millerton News has been reflecting back on 2021 as the New Year begins; last week we ran... Continue Reading

Sports

  • January 12, 2022
    Remember what it was to be cool? Do you remember telling someone, “Be cool, man!” Actually, it was more like one word, “Becoolman!” One word, but drawled out – because that was really cool. “BeeeCooolMan!” To do it properly, you... Continue Reading
  • January 12, 2022
    NEW YORK STATE — In recognition of their hard work in balancing their athletics with their academics, some hard-working athletes enrolled at Dover High School and Millbrook High School were among the students and teams featured... Continue Reading

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