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Since the school’s founding in 1945, the teachers and staff at Maplebrook School have worked hard to foster meaningful relationships with their students as they realize their potential and gain the life skills needed to become independent adults. Photo submitted

Maplebrook School celebrates 75 years of educational roots

AMENIA — Students returning to Maplebrook School at the start of the academic year in September 2020 were bound to hear the ringing of the school bells across campus, which held more meaning then they realized as 2020 was also Maplebrook’s 75th year anniversary of providing education and tradition in the local community.


With Ducillo Construction overseeing construction as the project’s general contractor, the Amenia Free Library began excavation work on the west side of the building in the fall of 2020 to make way for the 68-foot long by 28-foot wide addition to the existing library, which by all accounts is too small for its current collection and programming. Photo submitted

After two decades of dreaming, Amenia Library expansion takes shape

AMENIA — More than 20 years after the idea of expanding the Amenia Free Library on Route 343 was first dreamed of, that expansion is now in being built. The end result will provide a comfortable space for its collection, programming, employees and patrons.

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A photo of the newest Chestnut Market, located in Marlboro, aChestnut Market opened at the former Cousin’s Mini Market on Route 22 in Wassaic at the end 2019. Photo submitted

Chestnut Market now on Route 22

WASSAIC — For 20 years, the former Cousin’s Mini Market operated as a family affair out of 3997 Route 22 in Wassaic under the loving care of owners Tony “Pepperoni” Robustelli and his wife, Vicky. 


Set up across the street from the Freshtown Plaza at 5094 Route 22, this year’s Amenia Lions Club Memory Tree has been dedicated to first responders, front line and essential workers. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Lions Club tree helps preserve fond holiday memories

AMENIA — As one of the town’s most heartfelt holiday traditions, the Amenia Lions Memory Tree, has once again been installed in town to encourage residents to give back to their community this holiday season.

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