News

by Arvolyn Hill

Millbrook Central School District welcomes four new staff to the district this fall. The Millbrook Independent was able to catch up with them to find out where they are...

by Carola Lott

September 10, 2014

People in Millbrook had their first chance to meet Stephanie Harrison, the new director of the Millbrook Free Library, at Community Day on Saturday, September 6. Since Stephanie started work...

by Carola Lott

September 10, 2014

On Saturday evening September 6, the Dutchess Day School held a party for the school’s parents, board of trustees, faculty and staff to commemorate the opening of the new science wing. Head...

by Carola Lott

September 10, 2014

The Rev. Dr. Matthew H. Calkins, the new rector of Grace Episcopal Church, was on hand to meet members of the parish on Community Day. The first service at which he will officiate service...

by Arvolyn Hill

September 10, 2014

“I love Community Day because it showcases the best things about Millbrook for everyone else,” said village trustee Mike Herzog while standing on bustling Franklin Avenue on Saturday.  ...

by Arvolyn Hill

On September 2 The Town of Washington Planning Board voted unanimously to deny the application for the Homeland Towers. For a year the board has heard residents, lawyers, engineers and specialists in the prolonged...

Concerns about Steep Slopes, Viewshed and Stormwater Run-off
by Tonia Shoumatoff

A large group of Amenia residents gathered in the Amenia Town auditorium on September 4 to raise a range of questions about impacts of the Silo Ridge...