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July 28, 2017

Joan Gouvernale, 83 | Pawling

Joan B. Governale (83) of Pawling, NY, passed away peacefully on May 16, 2017, in Fort Myers FL.

Joan was born in New York, NY, to Marshall W. Bexley and Anna Ragiel Bexley on August 3, 1933. She married her beloved husband, Joseph A. Govern...

July 28, 2017

I love hiking. It’s good exercise, you can commune with nature, observe the native flora and fauna, and even improve your mood. If you really want to have an immersive experience though, it’s hard to beat kayaking. It’s like hiking on water. And in our area, there’s no...

July 28, 2017

Pawling and its surrounding areas have a surprisingly wide variety of hiking trails, ranging from casual strolls to steep, demanding inclines with awe-inspiring sights. You may already know the walkable excursions close to home – the Appalachian Boardwalk, Cat Rocks, L...

July 28, 2017

Quite a few nationally known writers have been enchanted by the quaint villages and scenic countryside of Dutchess County and have decided to nestle here. Thomas Rockwell, author of the American children’s classic, How to Eat Fried Worms, is one of them. He came to Dut...

July 28, 2017

Imagine if Brooklyn and Coachella had an artistic brainchild. That’s The Wassaic Project in a nutshell.

Nowadays, The Wassaic Project, an artistic community just a short drive north of Pawling, is firmly ensconced within the Hudson Valley community. When it began in...

July 28, 2017

Folks often ask if a new router will speed up their computers. Sorry to say it, but there’s no direct answer to this question, other than, “it depends, but probably not.”
 
The peppiness of your computer depends, first and foremost, on the computer itself. Lots of thin...

July 28, 2017

On July 24 at Trinity-Pawling School, the Pawling Chamber of Commerce (COC) and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) hosted a roundtable discussion on business growth. The event welcomed numerous area businesses and several media outlets.
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July 28, 2017

In welcome news to local pet owners and their furry friends, the Pawling Animal Clinic is open and under new ownership. Dr. Hope Jankunas and her husband, Dr. Jeremy Frederick, bring not only years of veterinary experience to the area, but also their unique “fear free”...

July 28, 2017

At 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 15, Pawling Rotary volunteers, led by club President Jeff Asher and Vice President and event Chair, Ann Godesky, organized a cadre of helpers to collect food and other items at the Pawling Hannaford for the second annual “Stuff the Bus” d...

July 28, 2017

After all the planting is done and the harvesting begins, do you often find yourself with much more home-grown produce than you and your family can possibly consume? The Pawling Resource Center (PRC) would be thrilled to help you find loving homes for your over abundan...

July 28, 2017

It’s time to see if that treasure you’ve been holding on to is as special as you think. The Historical Society of Quaker Hill and Pawling will host its Third Biennial Pawling Antiques Appraisal Event on Saturday, August 5, at the John Kane House, 126 East Main Street,...

July 28, 2017

Thanks to the generosity of the Patterson Rotary, the Patterson Library will receive a $16,000 grant over two years as part of a community partnership to help with the purchase of new public computers and software. The grant will allow for the expansion of computer cla...

July 28, 2017


by Tom Walogorsky

This summer, once again Pawling had the opportunity to be a part of a truly special event as the Warrior Expeditions 2017 “Warrior Hike” passed through the Harlem Valley. This non-profit outdoor therapy program supports armed forces veterans as the...

July 28, 2017

by Tom Walogorsky

As students and faculty are enjoying the summer vacation, the Pawling Central School District has been hard at work. The entrances to the High School and Middle School are in the midst of a repaving project that will give the facilities an infrastru...

July 28, 2017

By Tom Walogorsky

The Pawling Village Board convened on July 3 to discuss several new issues, as well as provide updates for ongoing projects. First on the agenda was the appointment of the new Deputy Mayor, Dan Peters. The Board voted unanimously on this measure, fi...

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