Heat, beach, summer, freedom all glow from the canvas in Sophie Treppendahl’s “Swimming in the Yuba,” featured in the Kenise Barns Fine Art gallery show in Kent, Conn., called “We’ve all gone to look for America.” Courtesy of Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Kent, Conn.
Town Board expected to issue SEQRA declaration Thursday, April 15
ANCRAM — Aligning with its plans to update its zoning law, the Ancram Town Board asked residents to submit... Continue Reading
Fostering green thumbs among local children, the Roeliff Jansen Community Library shared “Let it Grow!” kits as soon as spring sprung. Each kit was comprised of a pot, potting soil, sunflower seeds and a little accordion book about the growth cycle of plants. Photo submitted
COPAKE — Now that spring is in the air, the Roeliff Jansen Community Library has been sharing “Make and Take... Continue Reading
McEnroe Organic Farm had a full supply of potting soil, compost and other gardening supplies on hand at the start of April, but it’s sure to go quickly as spring has officially arrived along with gardening season. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle
PINE PLAINS — In spite its best efforts, the Pine Plains & Rhinebeck joint varsity football team found itself bested by Pawling High School following a recent home game on Sunday, April 11.
Kicking off on the fields behind... Continue Reading
AMENIA — Although they were playing away from their home turf, fortune favored the Millbrook Blazer’s varsity girls soccer team as they competed against the Webutuck Lady Warriors on Monday, April 5.
Kicking off at 4:15 p.m., the... Continue Reading