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Young patrons from the Roeliff Jansen Community Library in Copake participated in the Columbia Land Conservancy’s (CLC) ponds and streams program on Saturday morning, Oct. 4, thanks to a program led by CLC teacher Jenifer Rosete and coordinated with Roe Jan Children’s Librarian Tia Maggio. Photo by Tia Maggio

Roe Jan Library teams up with CLC as young readers explore ponds & streams

COPAKE — The Columbia Land Conservancy (CLC) led a program to explore ponds and streams on Saturday  morning, Oct. 4, in collaboration with Children’s Librarian Tia Maggio from the Roeliff Jansen Community Library.

‘We all want the hospital here’

SHARON — Rick Cantele grew up in the Northwest Corner, went to school here, has worked here since he graduated from college. He’s been a basketball coach at both the local elementary school and high school. He’s coached youth hockey and soccer and has been a member of many local boards over the years. Everybody knows Rick.


Beginning at 2 p.m., Gallatin Community Church began its celebration of joining the National Historic Register with a concert held inside the church. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle​

Gallatin Community Church: Celebrating inclusion on National Historic Register

GALLATIN — The spirited history of the Gallatin Community Church (formerly known as the Gallatin Reformed Church) came to light on Sunday, Oct. 3, as its parishioners and community members were invited to join together in celebration of the church’s inclusion in the National Historic Register.


Dutchess County Sheriff Adrian “Butch” Anderson passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 29, of unknown causes at his home in Pawling. Photo courtesy Dutchess County Sheriff's Office

Dutchess County mourns passing of Sheriff ‘Butch’ Anderson

PAWLING — After more than 50 years of keeping the residents of the Hudson Valley safe, Dutchess County Sheriff Adrian “Butch” Anderson passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 29, at his Pawling home. 


Some participants in the Oct. 2 Women’s March in Kent expressed concern about local access to reproductive care if Nuvance closes obstetrics at Sharon Hospital. Photo by Lans Christensen

Medical staff votes 25 to 1 to oppose Nuvance plan

SHARON — Members of the Sharon Hospital medical community were told on Wednesday morning, Sept. 29, about Nuvance’s plans for the hospital’s future — including the closing of the labor and delivery unit, and reductions in surgical services and critical care. The medical community first heard the plan only hours before the general public.


The Gallatin Community Church, built in 1748 and known under many different names, is going to be inducted into the National Historic Register on Sunday, Oct. 3. The public is invited to attend the celebration and ceremony. Photo submitted

Gallatin Community Church to join National Historic Register

GALLATIN — History buffs will have a chance to dip their toes into the stream of time during a celebration of the listing of the Gallatin Community Church on the Interior Department’s National Register of Historic Places on Sunday, Oct. 3 at 2 p.m. 

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