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Amenia’s GOP Primary results TBA

AMENIA — Republican voters in the town of Amenia headed to the polls on Tuesday, June 22, to determine who will be on the Republican Party Line in the November General Elections in what has been a somewhat unusual and increasingly contentious primary centered around the luxury housing development Silo Ridge, contested property assessments, a pai

Trail blazers

With spring now almost over, the Harlem Valley Rail Trail has been welcoming a steady stream of local residents, area visitors, families and outdoor enthusiasts during the past couple of weeks.


From left, Adam Eckstrom nabbed a cold drink and a hamburger hot off the grill to enjoy alongside his daughter Holiday, her friend Pickle Gutierrez and Pickle’s mother, Jeanne. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Amenia Fire Company revives summer tradition

AMENIA — Though the official start to summer is still a week away, the Amenia Fire Company gathered together all the makings of some summertime fun as it hosted Carnival Food Night on Saturday, June 12.


From left, the Smithfield Chamber Orchestra’s recent concert on Saturday, May 29, featured the talents of Judith Muir and Norman Baker on clarinet; Michessle Demko on flute; Matt Finley on flugelhorn and as concert director; Jean Vilkelis on cello; Rob Murphy on violin; Piotr Kargul on viola; and Lou Pappas on double bass. Photo submitted​

The Smithfield Church holds live, and lively, concert

AMENIA — Having waited patiently for the chance to offer area residents an afternoon of music in a beautiful setting, The Smithfield Church, located at 656 Smithfield Valley Road in Amenia, rejoiced at the great turnout it drew for the Smithfield Chamber Orchestra Open Air Pops Concert on Saturday, May 29.


The Class of 2021 savored their final moments as Maplebrook School scholars as they watched the graduation ceremony unfold underneath the main tent. Photo submitted​

Maplebrook School Class of ‘21 celebrates graduation

AMENIA — Even as the weekend forecast predicted days of rain and COVID-19 guidelines restricted the number of ceremony attendees, this year’s graduating class at Maplebrook School persevered in celebrating not only their own scholastic achievements but also the school’s 75th anniversary on Saturday, May 29.

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