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Updated website keeps community connected: Library leans on technology during COVID-19 health crisis

MILLERTON — Even with its doors closed to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the NorthEast-Millerton Library remains determined to keep the local community connected to its services and to ensure that its patrons have access to information through its newly updated website.

Stephen Murphy, manager of the Millerton Mercantile, posed for a photo near a shelf of local artwork for sale at the store. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Millerton Mercantile offers groceries during pandemic

MILLERTON — When the Millerton Mercantile first opened for business last summer, customers were intrigued to have a new store in town, especially one that drew them in with such imaginative window displays and local products available for purchase.

New NorthEast-Millerton Library Board Secretary Cherie Schiffer, left, posed for a photo with Board President Debbie Ruppel  at the library’s Holiday Craft Fair on Nov. 23, 2019. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Cherie Schiffer joins library as new board secretary

MILLERTON — When there’s work to be done, it’s always a good idea to find a tried and true recruit, which is just how Cherie Schiffer ended up as the new secretary of the NorthEast-Millerton Library’s Board of Trustees.

Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Lisa DeLeeuw, executive director of the Harlem Valley Rail Trail Association, met our photographer at the Rail Trail head in Millerton, which is open “from dawn to dusk,” with free parking and admission.

Harlem Valley Rail Trail tended to and loved by Executive Director Lisa DeLeeuw

MILLERTON — These days, the gym is off limit, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic that’s sweeping the globe. But there is something local residents can do who are eager to get some exercise: head outdoors.

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