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Migdale Castle, shown above, sits on roughly 350 acres off Route 44 in the Mabbettsville hamlet of the Town of Washington. The original application by Will Guidara created such a stir in the community last year that it was ultimately withdrawn. Guidara has since redrafted his plans, and shared those plans in an exclusive with The Millerton News. Photo submitted

New plans shared for Second Mountain at Migdale Castle

MABBETTSVILLE — For those who thought the plan to transform the former Migdale Castle — built by steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie for his only daughter back in 1927 — into a luxury spa hotel with gourmet restaurants and other top-notch amenities was dead, think again.

Signs warning about eating fish are posted along the Housatonic River. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

EPA will now monitor PCBs along river in Northwest Corner

A “significant sampling” of PCBs from the Housatonic River along several Northwest Corner communities is slated to begin later this month and continue throughout 2022, according to Dean Tagliaferro, project manager of the Rest of River remediation plan for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Dancing with rapture, the performers for Ajna Dance Company were excited to share the celebration of Holi with  residents of the Harlem Valley during a virtual Holi celebration on Wednesday, March 16. Photo submitted

The colors of Holi, the joys of dance

HUDSON VALLEY — Following a day of sunshine and blue skies, local libraries from around the region invited their patrons to take part in a true community celebration of the virtual kind, of Holi, the Hindu color festival. The event was held on Wednesday evening, March 16.

Ralph Simmons, owner of The Country Postman, and front of the store manager Shyla Winters held copies of Ukrainian flags, one with a sunflower, one without. They have sold almost 550 of the flags; a portion of the proceeds have allowed Simmons to make two large donations to help war victims in Ukraine. Photo by Judith O'Hara Balfe

Country Postman waves flag for Ukraine

SALT POINT — Blue and yellow flags seem to be popping up all over Millbrook lawns like sunflowers in the summertime these days, the national flower of the Ukrainian people the flags represent. They are especially prevalent along Franklin Avenue, as well as in the nearby village of Millerton and throughout the Harlem Valley.


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