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Nelson and Lisa Zayas, founders of the Willow Roots Free Pantry in Pine Plains. Photo submitted

Pantry supports community in multiple ways

PINE PLAINS —  The love story that is Willow Roots in Pine Plains began decades ago when two teenagers, Lisa and Nelson Zayas, met and worked together at Nathan’s on 86th Street in Brooklyn.  After dating for a short time, the two moved on to marriages to others, each lasting 21 years.


The Pine Plains Free Library  at 7775 S. Main Street. Photo By John coston

Pine Plains Free Library seeks board members

PINE PLAINS — A search for two new members for the board of trustees of of the Pine Plains Free Library is providing what head librarian Alexis Tackett describes as an opportunity to “get involved with the community as an active, volunteer member in an organization that is focused on diversity, equity and inclusion, which is a really great topic


Andrew Gordon of Carson Power presented the company’s plan to install a community solar farm near Pulver’s Corners on Saturday, Jan. 21, at the Community Room of the Pine Plains Library. Photo by John Coston

Pine Plains residents pose concerns about proposed solar farm

PINE PLAINS – Residents showed up in numbers on Saturday, Jan. 21, at the Community Room of the Pine Plains Free Library to state concerns and their largely overwhelming opposition to a proposed 10-megawatt community solar project at Pulver’s Corners.


Rev. Sarah Hakobian shows off her last loaf of zucchini bread at Heaven’s Light Bakery and Café, 19 Pilch Drive, Pine Plains. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

Baking something new and heavenly in Pine Plains

PINE PLAINS — When a town needs a bakery and a baker needs a town, if they find each other, that could be called heavenly. In fact, that’s exactly what it is, and the new bakery in the town of Pine Plains is called something very close to that: Heaven’s Light Bakery and Café, featuring International Delights.


From left to right: Gordon Miller, Barry Cohen, John Brett and Alec Sisco participate in a fingerstyle guitar workshop led by guitarist and composer Hiroya Tsukamoto, center, before the latter’s Saturday, Dec. 17, concert at the Stissing Center in Pine Plains. Photo by Brett Bernardini

Acoustic class draws guitarists to Pine Plains

From left to right: Gordon Miller, Barry Cohen, John Brett and Alec Sisco participate in a fingerstyle guitar workshop led by guitarist and composer Hiroya Tsukamoto, center, before the latter’s Saturday, Dec. 17, concert at the Stissing Center in Pine Plains.


Veteran Avery Dietter, 95, of Ancramdale, watched from his car as volunteers covered the graves of veterans in holiday greenery as part of the National Wreaths Across America Day ceremony at Pine Plains’ Evergreen Cemetery on Saturday, Dec. 17. Photo by John Coston

Holiday ceremony honors veterans

PINE PLAINS — Wreaths were placed on the graves of 517 veterans on Saturday, Dec. 17, at Evergreen Cemetery in Pine Plains as part of the National Wreaths Across America Day.


Gregg Osofsky, left, of Watershed Center in Millerton, chats with Sachem Hawk Storm at a roundtable at Pine Plains Free Library on Saturday, Dec. 3. Photo by Deborah Maier

Schaghticoke forum draws interest in regional history

PINE PLAINS — The Schaghticoke First Nations (SFN) Roundtable at Pine Plains Free Library on Saturday, Dec. 3 brought up a wealth of genealogical information, current projects, dreams for going forward, and a host of questions from the audience that reflect the complexities of this moment in our nation’s history.

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