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by Arvolyn Hill

The girls’ star volleyball team trekked to Glens Falls last Friday for a weekend at the State Class C championships.  They were full of hope and expectations and were backed by an enthusiastic crowd of well-...

by Arvolyn Hill

When Julia Galantich was a child, she was afraid of men with beards, she told TMI in an  interview at the Millbrook High School library. Today the bright-eyed 18-year-old brunette doesn’t seem to be afraid of...

by Arvolyn Hill

Imagine that you shared your dreams with a group of strangers who then interpreted the dream for you.  This is what happened during a dream exploration workshop we attended Wednesday evening at the Millbrook...

by Arvolyn Hill

Voters approved the proposition extending the supervisor’s term from two to four years.  Town of Washington supervisor Gary Ciferri said that he was pleased with the public’s decision, which will go into effect...

Run them underground

The Governor’s plan to upgrade the grid was supposed to be a simple but expensive revamping of the power distribution capabilities of that network of power lines, substations and generating plants known as “the grid...

by Carola Lott

On Friday, November 29, the Millbrook Foxhounds will celebrate the start of the holiday season with a parade by two of the hunt masters, the staff and the pack of hounds. 

A tradition around Thanksgiving...

 On Sunday, November 17, Pawling Public Radio honored seven of Pawling’s most passionate volunteers at its third Voices of Pawling Awards.  The brunch and awards ceremony took place at the Pawling Fire...