The challenge of keeping any business or service going for 125 years cannot be overstated: As times change, needs change, and there are no easy answers to remaining relevant. So for a small community weekly newspaper like The Lakeville Journal to have continued over all these years was not a given.
NECC is grateful for support shown at brunch fundraiser
Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro announced on Tuesday, July 26, that the county will be injecting more than half a million dollars — $526,763 to be exact — into three of our Harlem Valley communities shortly, thanks to the Municipal Investment Grant (MIG) Program.
Older adults living on fixed incomes have been disproportionately burdened by the recent effects of inflation. This year’s Social Security and Supplemental Security Income cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) of 5.9% was the biggest in 40 years, but it only blunted inflation’s effects.
This month, on July 8, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) made public news of a highly sought after designation by municipalities throughout the Empire State.
There’s a higher-than-expected prevalence of eating disorders in older adults, which leads us into the topic of this week’s column: the continued growth of type 2 diabetes among older adults.
Every day we hear a different opinion on what we should and what we should not eat or drink. For adults, a little alcohol is good for you (although “little” is never researched properly) then even a little can damage you.
It’s been a tumultuous time for the village of Millerton, the Millerton Police Department (MPD) and the citizens of both the village and the town of North East that the MPD protects, as the Village Board has been hashing out whether it should keep the local, part-time force or abolish it and instead hire the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office (DCS