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From left, Jaavion, Laylaa and Ayaan Brescia were among the many Pine Plains children who received a visit from the Easter Bunny on Saturday, April 3, as part of the Pine Plains Fire Department’s Easter Egg My House event. Photo submitted

Easter Bunny makes house calls

PINE PLAINS — For the second year in a row, the Pine Plains Fire Department helped get the community into the Easter spirit despite the pandemic by giving the Easter Bunny a ride around town as part of its Easter Egg My House event on Saturday, April 3.


Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro was one of the 350 people to receive his COVID-19 vaccine at the Pine Plains Vaccination Pop-Up Clinic held at Stissing Mountain Junior/Senior High School on Wednesday, March 31. Photo submitted

Vaccination clinic pops up at Stissing Mountain High School

PINE PLAINS — Though the forecast predicted a dreary spring day, area residents remained hopeful as they headed into the Pine Plains Vaccination Pop-Up Clinic held at Stissing Mountain Junior/Senior High School to receive their shots and protect themselves against COVID-19.


With its comfortable rooms and cozy atmosphere, many a first-time and returning guest at the Inn at Pine Plains has likened the inn to “a home away from home” over the years. Photo submitted​

Inn at Pine Plains wins Loved by Guests ‘Most Wanted’ award

PINE PLAINS — Likened by first-time and returning visitors alike as a “home away from home” throughout its six years of operation, the Inn at Pine Plains was named winner of the www.hotels.com Loved by Guests “Most Wanted” award for 2021.


Willow Roots Co-founders Lisa and Nelson Zayas, center, celebrated a new beginning for their food pantry in Pine Plains alongside members of the Willow Roots Board and volunteers at the pantry’s new distribution site at 7730 South Main St., after neighbors complained about their former site. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Pine Plains food pantry celebrates new site, new start

PINE PLAINS — After the challenges they faced in their search for a new pantry space, Nelson and Lisa Zayas of Willow Roots wholeheartedly welcomed the community to join in the ribbon-cutting ceremony for their new space at 7730 South Main St. on Saturday, March 21, at 10 a.m. 

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