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Making sweet music together

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, The Stissing Center invited residents from around the region to tune in for a special reprisal performance by married musical duo Christopher Brellochs and Elizabeth Gerbi as part of its Video of the Week series.


From left, Willow Roots food pantry volunteers Tracy Rakin, Diana Moore, Nelson Zayas, Lisa Zayas, Ray Christiansen, Liza Gold, Victoria Baluk and Julianna Baluk helped with food distribution on Saturday, Feb. 6. A number of students from Stissing Mountain Junior/Senior High School fulfill their school required community service by aiding the Pine Plains operation. Photo Submitted​

Neighbors complain Willow Roots has outgrown its residential site, others rally

PINE PLAINS — Since they first began operations in June 2019, Nelson and Lisa Zayas have watched their food pantry, Willow Roots, gain ground as an integral part of the Pine Plains community, distributing more than 5,000 meals last year.


Taken some time after 1895, this photograph captures the Stissing House building’s past in the days when Frank Barton served as its proprietor. Photo courtesy little nine partners historical society

Stissing House closes its doors after 15 years of fine dining

PINE PLAINS — Having built a name for itself with its cozy tavern atmosphere, superb dining and thoughtful community endeavors, the Stissing House in Pine Plains has closed its doors after 15 years of business, though not before thanking its customers, friends and family for their support.

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