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Unveiled to the public on Saturday, Sept. 12, the border marker sign at 224 Boston Corner Road was established to indicate the stone survey marker that was placed at the original southwest corner of Massachusetts before Boston Corner ceded to New York State in 1855. Photo submitted

A marker worth noting

ANCRAM — Celebrating the identification of an important geographic point in hamlet’s history, the hamlet of Ancram and the Boston Corner Community Organization invited local residents to take part in a ceremony for the unveiling on the William G. Pomeroy Foundation Historic Marker on Saturday, Sept. 12. 

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Back to school, face to face

Dover students were excited to start school in person this year, especially after many months of isolation following an abrupt stop to school in mid-March of 2020 due to the coronavirus. The Dover Union Free School District is one of the few school districts in the Harlem Valley to allow students to return to campus in person this fall.

At a sunrise service Saturday on the Green in Salisbury in honor of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday, Sept. 18, Amy Lake and Al Ginouves held a sign saying, “Remember those who fought for justice.” Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

State and NW Corner memorials of Justice Ginsburg

State Rep. Maria Horn (D-64) responded to news of the death of  Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg not as a politician but as a mother, a wife and a former attorney. 

Members of the Pine Plains varsity football team put up a fierce front on the field during the 2018 football season, in the days before COVID-19. Archive photo by T.C. Morton

Local schools postpone fall sports season until March ’21 due to COVID

HARLEM VALLEY — Student athletes across New York State have been cautiously counting down the days until the fall sports season, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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