They say as you get older, you know more people, have more connections. And, yes, that’s true. What catches up to you, every once in a while, is just how common events and facts may be — so common that you suddenly find yourself knowing so many similar events when you never expected even one.
Schools throughout the Harlem Valley and the rest of New York State are preparing to open their doors next week for yet another year of teaching during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dear EarthTalk: I’ve heard Americans waste huge amounts of water and energy getting their clothes clean and dry. Do you have any tips for greening the laundry process?
— B. Jones, Troy, N.Y.
Four hundred or more years ago, the first missionaries into Africa wrote of the “ebony skin” of the native population. Some speculated that if a black skinned person interbred with a white skinned person the result could be like a zebra’s stripes. I am not kidding.
Amenia Town Board should ban rodeo
I am vehemently opposed to a rodeo planned for Oct. 2 in Amenia due to the inherently cruel nature of all rodeos.
There are 17 acres located in the village of Millerton that by Dec.
Democratic candidates look forward to meeting voters
We would like to remind all voters in Amenia that the Amenia Democratic Committee will be hosting an outdoor “Meet your Democratic Candidates” event in Amenia on Sunday, Aug. 29, from 3 to 5 p.m.
When asked where they prefer to live out their lives, repeated surveys of seniors overwhelmingly say the same thing: in their own home. They’ve lived there for decades. It’s where they raised their children, and where they still gather for holidays.