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Long before there were the famous eggplant recipes from the celebrity chef Yotam Ottolenghi, Ralph Nader’s mother was cooking delicious Lebanese eggplant dishes such as Sheikh al-Mahshi (photo above, baked eggplant stuffed with lamb and pine nuts) and other Middle Eastern specialties. Photo courtesy Akashic Books

Nader’s new cookbook — and warnings on a COVID-19 world

WINSTED — Ralph Nader is at home now in Winsted, not at his other residence, in Washington, D.C. — and his mother is on his mind.

Rose Nader died in 2006 at the age of 99, but her memory lives on in the lives and hearts of her four children, especially her son, Ralph, the consumer advocate and one-time presidential candidate.

Outstanding 4-H member Hunter Gardener posed with 4-H Youth Development Issue Leader Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia and Greene Counties Linda Tripp after receiving his award this January. Photo submitted

Taconic High School student honored by 4-H Club

HILLSDALE — Taconic High School senior Hunter Gardner, who was recently honored for his work with the 4-H program, hasn’t decided yet on what he’ll major in when he goes off to college next fall, but he already has great plans for his adult life.

Located at 32 Front St. in Millbrook, the staff at Marona’s Market has been taking the necessary precautions to keep safe and healthy as it continues working at the grocery store during the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo submitted

Grocery stores, pharmacies busier than ever as they deal with pandemic

HARLEM VALLEY — Supermarkets across the Harlem Valley are working overtime, trying to keep their staff and customers safe, their stores sanitized and their shelves stocked during the coronavirus pandemic.

Molinaro urges residents to ‘stay the course’ to slow COVID-19

DUTCHESS COUNTY — In addition to keeping residents informed as to where the county stands amid the advancing coronavirus health crisis and answering their questions, Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro urged everyone to take the proper precautions to reduce their risk of contracting COVID-19, during his second county-wide Telephone Town Hall

Our area’s funeral homes

During the quarantine, we are trying to run articles with information of use to newcomers and full-time residents alike; we hope you will save these up in case you need them.

We hope this won’t be the case but it’s possible you will need the help of a funeral director while you are up here.


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