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October 9, 2014

Thinking of Peter Wing evokes memories of an outlandish character who followed his passions wherever they might lead. In the 1970s he carved wooden Indians for stores in the village. They...

October 9, 2014

Museum of the Streets in Millbrook was launched on a rainy Saturday, October 4, with a ceremony in a packed tent at the band shell marking the unveiling of the 29 plaques erected throughout the...

by Arvolyn Hill

Posted: 10/8/14

Every year the Dutchess Day School awards a Merit Scholarship to a fifth grade student of excellent character and academic promise who will enter the upper school the following year. ...

by Tonia Shoumatoff

The second public hearing on the 263-unit Silo Ridge Resort Community drew 70 comments...

by Tonia Shoumatoff

The story on the Cozy Corner appearing in this week's issue (September 24, 2014) was in error.  Robert Trump has no ownership interest in the...

by Arvolyn Hill

“What kind of artist do you want to be?” was the first question that Millbrook High School art teacher Michael Spross asked his students on the first day of school....