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Sen. Chris Murphy (D), at left, spoke with pastor and food drive organizer Steven Darr, at right, at the First Congregational Church in Torrington on Tuesday, Jan. 12. Photo by Hunter O. Lyle

January 20, 2021
TORRINGTON — To combat the rising threat of food insecurity, which has only been made more prevalent with the pandemic, the... Continue Reading
January 20, 2021
The Salisbury Affordable Housing Commission will be hosting a special meeting by zoom to review the Salisbury Housing... Continue Reading
January 20, 2021
GOSHEN — At the Jan. 14 meeting of the Northwest Hills Council of Governments (held online), John Fields, the regional... Continue Reading
January 20, 2021
FALLS VILLAGE — At a special meeting of the Region One Board of Education on Tuesday, Jan. 12,  Region One Superintendent... Continue Reading

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A resident of Middletown, Joseph Albanese posed beside his wife, Barbara, for a post-vaccination photo after receiving the Pfizer version of the COVID-19 vaccine at the Dover Middle/High School, a county distribution site, and the only one in the Harlem Valley. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

January 20, 2021
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DOVER PLAINS — Almost one year after the coronavirus was declared a global health crisis, the United States has begun... Continue Reading
January 20, 2021
HARLEM VALLEY — New York State residents who are struggling to meet rent payments may find help through Hudson River Housing... Continue Reading
January 20, 2021
Part III HARLEM VALLEY — Last week readers of The Millerton News caught up with stories from August and September of 2020,... Continue Reading
January 20, 2021
NEW YORK STATE — Outlining an agenda geared toward reimagining, rebuilding and renewing New York State in 2021, Governor... Continue Reading

Compass A&E

January 20, 2021
Theater
If you know anything about Robert Levinstein and Alan M-L Wager, the heads of the Sharon Playhouse in Sharon, Conn., then... Continue Reading
January 20, 2021
History
In celebration of Black History Month, the Community Development Corporation of South Berkshire (CDCSB) will present a... Continue Reading
January 20, 2021
007
Most readers of this newspaper are sufficiently seasoned that they have chosen a favorite James  Bond — either Roger Moore... Continue Reading
January 20, 2021
Exercise
As we come to the end of almost a full year in quarantine, with concerns that the new COVID-19 variant is even more... Continue Reading

Regional

  • January 21, 2021
    Donald J. Trump became the only president in U.S. history to be impeached twice, on Wednesday, Jan. 13, on... Continue Reading
  • January 20, 2021
    DUTCHESS COUNTY — Volunteers who are anxious to “foster cooperation and good will between people throughout... Continue Reading

  • Columbia County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Heath Benansky of the Copake area paddled into the icy waters of a pond on Pat’s Road in Ancramdale for Andy, a shivering Austrian German shepherd, who had fallen in. After the rescue, officer and dog were happily on dry land, having been warmed by other first responders at the scene. Photo courtesy of the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office 

    January 20, 2021
    ANCRAMDALE — Man’s best friend got a helping hand from Sgt. Heath Benansky, of the Columbia County Sheriff’s... Continue Reading

  • A resident of Middletown, Joseph Albanese posed beside his wife, Barbara, for a post-vaccination photo after receiving the Pfizer version of the COVID-19 vaccine at the Dover Middle/High School, a county distribution site, and the only one in the Harlem Valley. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

    January 20, 2021
    DOVER PLAINS — Almost one year after the coronavirus was declared a global health crisis, the United States... Continue Reading

Sports


  • New York State officials are urging snowmobilers to ride responsibly and keep safety and COVID-19 guidelines in mind when they hit the trails this winter. Photo courtesy of the New York State Snowmobile Association ​

    January 13, 2021
    NEW YORK STATE — Even with COVID-19 restrictions making outings difficult, New Yorkers are still managing to enjoy some socially distant wintertime sports, from skating and skiing to snowmobiling. Anticipating an increase in... Continue Reading

  • This Blackberry River rainbow was caught at Beckley Furnace in North Canaan in early April with a heavy squirmy red worm fly tied by Harold McMillan at Housatonic River Outfitters. The fish was returned to the water unharmed. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

    January 13, 2021
    There was one very good thing that happened in 2020: It was the year I finally got the hang of fishing with specks. I define “specks” as flies size 20 and smaller. Itty bitty bugs are present on all trout waters, usually year-... Continue Reading

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