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North East considers tools to create affordable housing

NORTH EAST — Introduced by North East town Supervisor Chris Kennan, planner Nan Stolzenburg of Community Planning and Environmental Associates (CPEA) spoke to the community about “what tools towns actually have to encourage or incentivize housing and housing construction, particularly workforce and affordable housing,” explained Kennan the next


Richard Schlesinger, a veteran CBS News correspondent, left, and Sam Waterston, lead actor in “The Killing Fields,” a film about journalists covering the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, discuss the movie Saturday, Sept. 10 at The Moviehouse before a showing to a sellout crowd. Photo by Leila Hawken

Revisiting ‘The Killing Fields’ at the intersection of film and journalism

MILLERTON — In celebration of 125 years of local weekly news publishing, The Lakeville Journal Foundation created a series of communitywide events, including a  four-part film series at The Moviehouse in Millerton.

Each award-winning film portrayed the work of committed journalists.


Charlie Keil, an 82-year-old musical treasure who teaches in Millerton, delighted in introducing a budding artist to “hand drumming” during a free Sunday session at The Music Cellar. Photo submitted

Free drum lessons off the beaten path

MILLERTON — The heartbeat of Millerton can be heard loud and clear on Sunday afternoons in front of The Music Center at 14 Main St. That’s where, from 3 to 5 p.m., free sessions feature first drums and then brass instruments.


Amenia resident Emma Benardete has just joined The Millerton News as its newest freelancer, and will cover news around the Harlem Valley remotely while attending Oberlin College in Ohio. Photo submitted

Introducing Emma Benardete, The News’ newest freelancer

MILLERTON — An Amenia resident and the newest member of The Millerton News team, freelancer Emma Benardete, packs a lot of punch for a 19 year old.


NorthEast-Millerton Library (NEML) Director Rhiannon Leo-James displayed handmade items donated for the Craft Fair, planned rain or shine, for Saturday, Oct. 8, at 75 Main St. Contributions for the all-volunteer event may be dropped at the NEML any time before the event. Photo by Louis Tomaino

It’s time to get crafty to aid the NorthEast-Millerton Library

MILLERTON — With cooler days coming it’s the perfect time to work on projects with an eye toward donating them to the upcoming NorthEast-Millerton Library’s (NEML) Annual Craft Fair. The event is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 8, in the library’s Memorial Garden at 75 Main St.

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