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Bringing their own food perspectives to the table, from left, Westerlind Pantry owner Ollie Smith with his pantry team, from left, Jordan Klein and Nana Sato, who have been working together running Westerlind Pantry in the basement of Westerlind at the former Saperstein’s, located at 41 Main St. in Millerton. Photo submitted

Westerlind Pantry offers much missed grocery shopping experience

MILLERTON — Realizing residents needed a place to shop for food, Westerlind Pantry has been offering customers a small, but satisfying taste of what they’ve been missing: grocery shopping. The pantry officially opened its doors to the community with food offerings in September 2020.


This watercolor painting by local artist Hope Mongeau is of a young boy sledding — the perfect outdoor scene to hang on one’s wall this winter. Photo submitted

Artist’s hope shines bright with every stroke

MILLERTON — Watercolor paintings from local artist Hope Mongeau, whose work graces homes throughout New England, New York, New Jersey and even the United Kingdom, are finally on display at the NorthEast-Millerton Library on Main Street after a months-long delay caused by COVID-19. 


Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Memories on Main Street

Area residents and visiting shoppers strolling along Main Street before the new year may have spotted the arrangement of framed family photos that were featured in the former Terni’s storefront; the vignette was removed by the end of the holiday season.


This book lovers’ Christmas book tree took volunteer Vivian Sukenik and a local teen a number of hours to construct. It can now be seen at the NorthEast-Millerton Library, where it will be through much of the month of January 2021. Photo by Rhiannon Leo-Jameson

Back to its roots

MILLERTON — Volunteers at the NorthEast-Millerton Library decided to add an extra measure of holiday cheer for book lovers by creating a Christmas tree using some 300 of the volumes that were being culled from the shelves to make room for new additions. 


Walking down the road with a mischievous look on his face, the Grinch made an appearance behind the sleigh carrying Santa and Mrs. Claus during the Millerton Fire Company’s Santa Runs on Saturday, Dec. 12. Photo submitted

Here come Santa, Mrs. Claus and the Grinch

MILLERTON — With many holiday traditions canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Millerton Fire Company took it upon itself to spread the Christmas spirit throughout town by organizing Santa Runs for local children. 

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