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Unveiled to the public on Saturday, Sept. 12, the border marker sign at 224 Boston Corner Road was established to indicate the stone survey marker that was placed at the original southwest corner of Massachusetts before Boston Corner ceded to New York State in 1855. Photo submitted

ANCRAM — Celebrating the identification of an important geographic point in hamlet’s history, the hamlet of Ancram and the Boston Corner Community Organization invited local residents to take part in a ceremony for the unveiling on the William G. Pomeroy Foundation Historic Marker on Saturday, Sept...

Visiting from Brooklyn, Sisi, Charles and Mia Nguyen ambled around the Amenia Lions Club’s Community Car Show, stopping to admire the 1960 Triumph owned by Richard Sobielo. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

AMENIA — Given the fantastic flurry of spectators and vehicles in attendance, members of the Amenia Lions Club and car enthusiasts alike agreed that the eighth annual Community Car Show on Sunday, Sept. 20, was the club’s largest show to date. Typically held on the Maplebrook School campus just up...

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Dover students were excited to start school in person this year, especially after many months of isolation following an abrupt stop to school in mid-March of 2020 due to the coronavirus. The Dover Union Free School District is one of the few school districts in the Harlem Valley to allow students...

Located at 51 South Center St. in Millerton, the North East Community Center (NECC) has received funding through Arts Mid-Hudson in the past to host events like the annual Kinship Circle Hispanic Heritage Festival, shown above. Photo submitted

DUTCHESS COUNTY — Artists, nonprofits, libraries and municipalities interested in creating new works of art and instituting new arts and cultural activities in 2021 have been invited by Arts Mid-Hudson to apply for valuable funding through the 2021 Decentralization Grant Program. A re-grant program...

No matter their age, local residents from all walks of life visited Fountain Square in Amenia on Saturday, Sept. 19, to pay tribute to the life and work of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Photo submitted

AMENIA — In honor of the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday, Sept. 18, local residents came together at Fountain Square in Amenia on Saturday evening, Sept. 19, to pay tribute to the liberal’s 27 years on this nation’s highest court through a socially distanced...

Visiting from Stockbridge, Mass., Linda Russell and Liz Hazen rode their bikes with their husbands (not pictured) along the new bicycle path leading into the hamlet of Wassaic on Saturday, Sept. 12. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

WASSAIC — More than a decade since the idea of extending the Harlem Valley Rail Trail from the Wassaic Metro-North Train Station into the hamlet of Wassaic was first conceived, the town of Amenia’s long-awaited Trail to the Train project has been completed, marking a milestone for the town and one...

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Visiting from Brooklyn, Sisi, Charles and Mia Nguyen ambled around the Amenia Lions Club’s Community Car Show, stopping to admire the 1960 Triumph owned by Richard Sobielo. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

September 23, 2020
AMENIA — Given the fantastic flurry of spectators and vehicles in attendance, members of the Amenia Lions Club and car enthusiasts alike agreed that the eighth annual Community...

Millbrook

September 23, 2020
MILLBROOK — Millbrook Library’s new director, Courtney Tsahalis, asked residents and library patrons to answer some questions via a recent survey, to discover what services people...

Webutuck

September 23, 2020
WEBUTUCK — Ready to take an active role in the North East (Webutuck) Central School District, Amenia resident Jessica Deister was recently sworn in as the newest member of...

Pine Plains

September 23, 2020
PINE PLAINS — Within an hour, the Pine Plains Board of Education’s (BOE) discussion covered a range of topics from the district’s reopening to upcoming meetings during the board...

Millerton

September 23, 2020
MILLERTON — The votes are in: With support from the village’s registered voters during the 2020 Village Election on Tuesday, Sept. 15, incumbent candidates Matthew Hartzog and...

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Wednesday, Sept. 30, should be marked on every American’s calendar. That’s because Wednesday, Sept. 30, is the last day Americans have to complete the 2020 U.S. Census — a... Continue Reading
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There is absolutely no chance of the Electoral College being abolished in my lifetime. Sadly, I have to accept this. The threat to the White majority in most states prevents any... Continue Reading
A View From the Edge, Millerton News Opinion/Viewpoint
There is absolutely no chance of the Electoral College being abolished in my lifetime. Sadly, I have to accept this. The threat to the White majority in most states prevents any... Continue Reading

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