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Training his concentration on the ball, Carter Knickerbocker, 8, practiced juggling the soccer ball in the last 5 minutes of the summer camp program held in Pine Plains on Thursday, Aug. 6. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

PINE PLAINS — Rising soccer players from the local area seized the opportunity to perfect their skills on the field by registering for the summer camp program hosted by Fox Soccer Academy in Pine Plains. From Monday, Aug. 3, through Friday, Aug. 7, the program was held at the Pine Plains...

Following the live introduction by Liam Neeson and Micheál Richardson, members of the Stefanopoulos family gathered together for a photo with the two actors on the grass next to the Four Brothers Drive-In Theatre’s main screen. Photo submitted​

AMENIA — For many a moviegoer living in the Hudson Valley, it’s a rare privilege to be able to go out for a night at the cinema and hear a first-hand account of the actors’ experience in making the film. Yet such was the case last Saturday evening, Aug. 8, as the Four Brothers Drive-In Theatre...

Millbrook interior designer Ashley Lempka took a photo of an old maple tree that split in half and fell on top of her garage at her home in the village of Millbrook on Tuesday, Aug. 4, during Tropical Storm Isaias.  Photo by Ashley Lempka

HARLEM VALLEY — Just as millions of Americans living along the Eastern Seaboard — and those of us living right here in the Tri-state region — have dealt with the hardships of existing during a global pandemic, all were forced to deal with Tropical Storm Isaias, which arrived Tuesday afternoon, Aug...

Everybody who Loves Lucy may take a chance to win Millerton artist Marilyn Nichols’ interpretation of the comedienne in a NorthEast-Millerton Library raffle. Photo by Rhiannon Leo-Jameson

MILLERTON — If you “Love Lucy” — and the library — here’s a great opportunity to combine the two passions. Local artist Marilyn Nichols, whose art show at the NorthEast-Millerton Library is the first since the doors were closed in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic, has donated a painting of...

From left, New York protesters Monica Hunken, Creek Iversen, George Elliot and Ben Schwartz (not pictured) stood in solidarity against the Cricket Valley Energy Center’s operations from atop the power plant’s smokestack last November. Photo submitted

DOVER PLAINS — Almost nine months after they were arrested for criminal trespassing on the Cricket Valley Energy Center (CVEC) property, New York residents Creek Iversen, Ben Schwartz, Monica Hunken and George Elliot had their day in court on Monday, Aug. 3, where they each received one year...

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Grow Against Poverty’s Pedal Power for Kenyan Education project is temporarily on hold as Kenyan schools are closed until 2021. Students who often walk 5 to 6 miles to and from school borrow the bicycles for the year. The program has improved attendance, promptness and academic performance. One school has received 50 bicycles. Five neighboring schools have requested similar programs. 

MILLERTON — The COVID-19 virus has shut down many things, but not the generous hearts of retired Webutuck Central School District teachers John and Jean Roccanova of Ancramdale, as they quietly continue their work to help the community of Nambale in Busian County in Kenya while expanding their...

Amenia


Following the live introduction by Liam Neeson and Micheál Richardson, members of the Stefanopoulos family gathered together for a photo with the two actors on the grass next to the Four Brothers Drive-In Theatre’s main screen. Photo submitted​

August 12, 2020
AMENIA — For many a moviegoer living in the Hudson Valley, it’s a rare privilege to be able to go out for a night at the cinema and hear a first-hand account of the actors’...

Millbrook


PHOTO BY JUDITH O’HARA BALFE
The Gulf Express Mart and gas station on Route 44 in Mabbettsville was robbed of cash and merchandise on Wednesday, July 29, according to New York State Police at Troop K Barracks in Millbrook.

August 6, 2020
MILLBROOK — Two or more people were involved in a robbery that took place on Wednesday, July 29, at approximately 2 a.m.  Security camera footage shows a man walking out of the...

Webutuck

July 29, 2020
WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck Board of Education (BOE) held its reorg meeting for 2020-21 on Monday, July 6, via Zoom (for more, go to www.tricornernews.com). After 15 minutes, it moved...

Pine Plains


Training his concentration on the ball, Carter Knickerbocker, 8, practiced juggling the soccer ball in the last 5 minutes of the summer camp program held in Pine Plains on Thursday, Aug. 6. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

August 12, 2020
PINE PLAINS — Rising soccer players from the local area seized the opportunity to perfect their skills on the field by registering for the summer camp program hosted by Fox Soccer...

Millerton

August 12, 2020
By KAITLIN LYLE kaitlinl@millertonnews.com   MILLERTON — Opening the floor to discuss local business, the Village Board  received reports from both the Highway Department and the...

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Millions were left in the dark for days following Tropical Storm Isaias, which hit our shores on Tuesday, Aug. 4, after it battered the Eastern Seaboard. It left nearly as many... Continue Reading
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If you’re an income-qualified senior who hasn’t yet taken advantage of the 2020 Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP), keep reading. It’s an opportunity well worth... Continue Reading
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If you’re an income-qualified senior who hasn’t yet taken advantage of the 2020 Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP), keep reading. It’s an opportunity well worth... Continue Reading

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