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Chair of Legislature Gregg Pulver (R-19) Photo submitted

Pulver announces county exec run

PINE PLAINS— “I told you you’d be the first to know, and now you’re the first to know,” said Chair of the Dutchess County Legislature Gregg Pulver (R-19), regarding his official announcement of his candidacy for the county executive position come 2023. Pulver shared his intentions with The Millerton News on Friday, Sept. 16.


From left, Rosey’s owner Jamie Gerber and chef Tony Bonades welcomed customers into the already-popular restaurant in Pine Plains with a pair of friendly smiles. Rosey’s is located where The Platter once was. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Rosey’s rouses interest at former Pine Plains Platter space

PINE PLAINS — Surrounded by a friendly staff and tasty menu options inside a brightly painted space, customers will instantly connect with the warm ambiance at Rosey’s, which opened for business at 2987 Church St., home of the former Pine Plains Platter, in January.


Edgar Masters went to an exhibit by the Roeliff Jansen Historical Society about World War II last week, to look at photos and other memorabilia that he loaned to the society so others could learn more about that pivotal time in history. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

Exhibit shares local war stories

COPAKE FALLS — From the Home Front to the Front Lines is the new exhibit offered by the Roeliff Jansen Historical Society, which opened on Saturday, July 16. The exhibit is an impressive compilation of photos, letters, uniforms, re-created posters, etc., of World War II. 


After dedicating 12 years to teaching at Seymour Smith Intermediate Learning Center, Kristen Fischetti was excited to officially step into her new role as principal of Cold Spring Early Learning Center on Friday, July 1. Photo submitted

Kristen Fischetti begins new role as principal of Cold Spring

PINE PLAINS — After spending more than a dozen years teaching in the Pine Plains Central School District (PPCSD), Kristen Fischetti was honored for the chance to graduate and become an administrator. She is the new principal of Cold Spring Early Learning Center, starting July 1.


The Pine Plains Board of Education had the honor of awarding tenure to seven educators in the Pine Plains Central School District at the start of its meeting on Wednesday, May 18. Photo submitted

BOE closes year with new hires, updates and honors

PINE PLAINS — Ready to close out the 2021-22 school year, the Pine Plains Central School District (PPCSD) Board of Education (BOE) met on Wednesday, June 1, to appoint staff members for the 2022-23 school year, catch up on its capital improvement plan, honor retirees and award tenure. It did more of the same at its meeting on May 18.

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