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by Carola Lott

Why is it that so many people get Lyme disease – often several times over – while others never get it at all? A few weeks ago I asked doctors Jeoff Drobot and Dickson Thom of the American Center for Biological...

by Tonia Shoumatoff

A notice issued by the NY State Department of Labor and posted on the main gate of the Olivet Center in Wingdale states: “Asbestos Project suspended.  Needs contamination...

by Arvolyn Hill

On Wednesday, October 30, County Executive Mark Molinaro released his proposed 2014 draft budget.  It was also the day he spoke to thousands of county residents in a public meeting on the budget by a call-in...

by Arvolyn Hill

The town board held an open public hearing for the 2014 Town of Washington budget on Monday, Nov. 4. The proposed budget consists of $3,253,260 in appropriations, $884,000   in revenue,  $283,415 in fund...

by Arvolyn Hill

Undefeated in regular play, The Blazers Varsity Football team met their nemesis in James O’Neil in a Section 9 Class C semifinal on Friday, losing  22-16.  It was a hard loss for the Blazers who had been...

by Carola Lott

Ten-year-old Molly Jeanne Freer has the rare gift of perfect pitch. She both composes and writes lyrics for the countless country-western songs in her repertoire, which she sings while playing a ukulele. Twice this...

by Arvolyn Hill

Young volunteers honed their Halloween talents at Wassaic’s version of "Terror in the Mill," the Haunted House at the Wassaic Project’s Maxon Mills. There was a fortune-telling hamburger vampire oracle who also...