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Dutchess residents get 60-day grace period for federal support after Ida storm damage

NEW YORK — It’s been four months since the remnants of Hurricane Ida impacted the state and our region. To date, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the U.S. Small Business Administration and the National Flood Insurance Program have disbursed nearly half a billion dollars to help New Yorkers recover and rebuild.


Though its origins have yet to be determined, the structure fire reported at 12 Brady Lane in Dover Plains on Thursday, Jan. 13, resulted in severe damages to the property and several families being displaced from their apartments. Photo by Tina Lynn

Arson possible cause of structure fire on Brady Lane in Dover Plains

DOVER PLAINS — Multiple fire companies from across the region answered the call to a structure fire reported at 12 Brady Lane in Dover Plains on Thursday evening, Jan. 13.


From left, State Sen. Sue Serino (R-41) and Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro were among those who toured Harlem Valley Homestead in Wingdale on Friday, Jan. 14, to celebrate the working farm's $500,000 Empire State Development Grant to expand. Photo submitted

Wingdale farm to expand thanks to $500K grant

WINGDALE — Friday, Jan. 14, was a very good day for the growingly popular working farm Harlem Valley Homestead (HVH) — and it’s going to be growing even more very soon — thanks in no small part to Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro and New York State Senator Sue Serino (R-41).


Lakeville Journal Senior Reporter Patrick L. Sullivan has been promoted to managing editor. He will continue to write his popular column about fly-fishing. Photo by Thos Gallucio

Sullivan will extend his reach

Like many Lakeville Journal staff people (including this writer), Senior Reporter Patrick Sullivan did a stint at the newpaper, left for a bit, then returned for a second run. He was a reporter from 2005 to 2007, took a break from the exciting life of a journalist, then reappeared in these pages as senior reporter in 2008.


Rylan, Jake and Aiden Arold came all the way from Saugerties to watch the rodeo at Keane Stud Farm sponsored by Silo Ridge in October, after which they enjoyed some pizza on the back of a pickup truck together from Four Brothers Pizza in Amenia. Photo by Anne Day

Reflecting on the challenges of 2021

HARLEM VALLEY — Last week The Millerton News ran Part I of its Year in Review of 2021, reflecting back on the second year of how Harlem Valley residents enduring living through the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the economy, home life, education, work, relationships and so much more.


Debra Aleksinas, who has been a freelance investigative reporter for The Lakeville Journal since 2018, will be the new editor of The Lakeville Journal, replacing Cynthia Hochswender. Photo by Chuck Aleksinas

Transitions at The Lakeville Journal

As of Jan. 17, there will be a change at the helm of The Lakeville Journal. Executive Editor Cynthia Hochswender, who has been in that role since 2005, will step down from editing the news and will only edit the weekly Compass arts and entertainment section, as well as some special supplements to The Lakeville Journal and The Millerton News.

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