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From left: Dyan Wapnik and Bill Jeffway at the final Pine Plains bicentennial event hosted by the Little Nine Partners Historical Society on Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Pine Plains Library. The program, “Reversal of Fortune,” was about Morris Graham and Andrew Frazier, who were born in Morrisania and moved to Pine Plains before the Revolutionary War. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

From the Bronx to Pine Plains: How a war changed two lives

PINE PLAINS — With Pine Plans being about a two-hour drive from the Bronx, one might wonder how there can be a connection between the two places. 

Gregg Pulver speaking at a Save Sharon Hospital community roundtable in Millerton in October, 2022.  Photo by John Coston

Pulver appointed to comptroller post by O’Neil

PINE PLAINS —  “Everybody has a ‘use by’ date, and apparently mine was up,” County Legislature Chairman Gregg Pulver (R-Pine Plains) said of his Nov. 7 failed bid for a sixth term representing New York’s 19th Legislative District. 

Hammertown Barn

Hammertown, the converted horse barn just outside the hamlet of Pine Plains, is filled with holiday spirit and gifts for everyone – books, antiques, clothing, kitchen wares, jewelry, and art. Joan Osofsky, its founder, creative visionary, and lifestyle author, selected some of her favorite gift ideas for our readers.

Voters turned out Wednesday, Oct. 18, to meet local and county political candidates at the Pine Plains Free Library. Photo by John Coston

Pine Plains Forum: Questions, candidates, and a list of wishes

PINE PLAINS —  The long table at the candidates event on Wednesday, Oct. 18, at the Pine Plains Free Library held places for 12 candidates, starting with the two candidates for Dutchess County Legislature: incumbent Republican Gregg Pulver and Democrat Chris Drago.


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