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April 1, 2020
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FALLS VILLAGE — Shea Cohn, the 16-year-old son of Doug and Denise Cohn of Falls Village, died Sunday of injuries  from a two... Continue Reading
April 1, 2020
Next week, for the issue of April 9, we will cut back our print run to accommodate only subscriptions and a few key single-... Continue Reading
April 1, 2020
The COVID-19 crisis and cancellation of in-person meetings is occurring as towns and school boards prepare their budgets for... Continue Reading
April 1, 2020
SHARON — Within a week of his appointment as president of Sharon Hospital last December, Dr. Mark Hirko found himself facing... Continue Reading

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    Ancram neighborhood group offers a helping hand Ancramdale Neighbors Helping Neighbors Association (ANHN) serves the Ancram Township, including... Continue Reading
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    Far from the front lines of a grimly desperate big-city hospital, it’s starting to feel real. I now know one victim and am 3 degrees of separation... Continue Reading

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New York State Police arrested 57 year old Andrea Nussinow of Blue Star Farm in Clermont on Tuesday, March 17, for animal neglect. Nussinow was charged with 35 counts of neglect, including the overdriving, torturing and injuring animals, or failure to provide proper sustenance. Photo courtesy of the new york state police

April 1, 2020
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CLERMONT – This holiday season, the New York State Police (NYSP) Troop K started an investigation into a Columbia County... Continue Reading
April 1, 2020
HARLEM VALLEY— Wednesday, April 1, is Census Day in the United States — no fooling. That’s why the U.S. Census Bureau has... Continue Reading
April 1, 2020
HARLEM VALLEY — COVID-19 has changed the lives of all New Yorkers — including those who live in the Harlem Valley. That... Continue Reading
April 1, 2020
Next week, for the issue of April 9, we will cut back our print run to accommodate only subscriptions and a few key single-... Continue Reading

Sports

  • Until just recently, I have thought of Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont as a bit of a squirt. But his decision to open the inland fishing season last week (instead of waiting for the scheduled opening day on April 11) has changed my... Continue Reading

  • While many Northwest Corner residents have found solace from quarantine by hiking, especially with their dogs, the Appalachian Trail has had to close because of an enormous surge in use. Other trails remain open for now. Photo by Lans Christensen

    LAKEVILLE — On Tuesday evening, March 24, the glad tidings filtered through on social media. Earlier that day Gov. Ned Lamont had issued an executive order opening Connecticut’s  inland fisheries — lakes, ponds, rivers and... Continue Reading

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