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Tiffany Becker of Salt Point is the recipient of a nursing scholarship The Fountains helped her attain, and said she is looking forward to a long career as an LPN. Becker works at The Inn at The Fountains in Millbrook, where she has come to know and love many of her patients. Photo by Judith O'Hara Balfe

Dream comes true thanks to Fountains

MILLBROOK — “When COVID-19 hit, Tiffany was the first caregiver to raise her hand and say she would care for our COVID-positive residents,” said Executive Director at The Inn at The Fountains Linda Lomangino.

From left, 7-year-olds Isabella Blum and Nora Diamant painted faces on pumpkins during the Millbrook Arts Group's Fall in Love With Millbrook Day, which was held at the Millbrook Library last autumn. Photo by Judith O'Hara Balfe

County awards $200,000 grant to the Millbrook Library

MILLBROOK — Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro announced on Tuesday, Jan. 11, that the much-loved Millbrook Library will be receiving an infrastructure grant to the tune of $200,000.

Newly elected Washington Councilmember Leslie Heaney, center, surrounded by her children, won her seat by one vote. Photo submitted

Finally, a winner: TOW election settled in court by one vote

WASHINGTON — At long last, the Town of Washington (TOW) has an answer as to the question who won the Nov. 2 General Election to become a councilmember on the Town Board — and it was decided by a single vote.

The victor was newcomer Leslie Heaney, who ran on the newly formed independent My Millbrook (MM) party.

Jim Tozer and his wife, Zibby, gifted the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook $2 million to go toward renovations. The funding was announced by Cary President Josh Ginsberg on Tuesday, Jan. 4. Photo submitted

Cary Institute receives $2M gift to complete $13M renovation

MILLBROOK — A $2 million gift received by the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies will go a long way toward supporting the renovations currently in process at the world-renowned science institute.

Mary Flagler Cary left her land to what is now the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, which has made myriad important contributions to the world of science since becoming an independent nonprofit research center in 1993. Photo Courtesy of the Millbrook Historical Society

The story of Mary Flagler Cary and her local legacy

MILLBROOK — After not having regular meetings since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020, the first in-person, indoor meeting of the Millbrook Historical Society (MHS) gathered at the Millbrook Library on Thursday, Nov. 18, for a lively discussion of Mary Flagler Cary.


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