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Left, Officer Bill Naughton stands with Sgt. Jared Witt, holding a plaque celebrating his 20 years of service with the Millbrook Police Department. Witt was promoted at the same Village Board meeting that Naughton was honored, on Tuesday, July 14. Photo by Sarah Witt

Officer Witt promoted, Naughton honored for 20 years of police service and more

MILLBROOK — Outgoing Mayor Rod Brown called his last regular Village Board meeting to order on Tuesday, July 14, with two board members, Tim Collopy and Kevin McGrane absent. Trustees Mike Herzog and Joe Rochfort and Village Clerk Sarah Witt were present. The minutes from the last meeting were approved.


Celebrity chef Dafna Mizrahi has teamed with hockey great Mark Messier on Instagram to bring healthy food and fitness tips to the public. She is pictured here during a cooking event from her children’s cooking show. Photo submitted

Messier and Mizrahi make magic with new healthy enterprise online

MILLBROOK — In times of need, sometimes worlds collide in a positive way, and just recently a star chef and a world famous sports star came together to bring fitness and healthy eating together, online and free of charge. 


The Thorne Building, at the entrance to the village of Millbrook, has stood at the head of Franklin Avenue for well over 100 years, and will soon be renovated as a community center. Photo submitted

Thorne Building Community Center: Architect hired, focus shifts to fundraising

MILLBROOK — After a period of relative quiet,  the Thorne Building Committee (TBC) recently announced that architect Michael Sloan and his firm, Michael Sloan B.C., of Millbrook, has been retained as the architect who will develop the long-awaited plans to turn the Thorne Memorial Building, formerly the local high school in the village, into the

2020 Data Jam winners announced

MILLBROOK — Data Jam 2020 was just as exciting this year as ever, even though it was a virtual event due to the coronavirus pandemic. On Friday, June 18, at 5 p.m., the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, which runs the contest,  showcased Data Jam participants’ work and highlighted this year’s area winners.

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