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The ongoing plans for an expansion of Daryl’s House Club in Pawling are moving ahead, more than 18 months after the project was originally announced. The venue has been a mainstay in the Dutchess County music scene for the past three years, and is seeking approval for...

The Town Board convened for its second meeting of the month on Wednesday, October 11, at Town Hall. Items on the agenda included establishing a public hearing date for the 2018 budget, as well as the renewal of the town government’s contract with Sullivan Data Manageme...

On October 5, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the award of nearly $34 million in grants to support 24 drinking water and wastewater infrastructure projects in New York, some of which will have a direct impact on Pawling. These grants are part of a major statewide inves...

October 20, 2017

HUDSON VALLEY TALENT | People are talking about  . . . Helen Lester

When Helen Lester became a second grade teacher, her goal was to brighten the minds of her young learners. Yet over the course of her ten years in the role, just the opposite occurred. Her students dole...

The Trinity-Pawling School officially opened the newest addition to its campus with the unveiling of the Smith Field House. The new, multi-use athletic facility was made possible by philanthropists Marylynn and Bill Scully. The Smith Field House dedication ceremony too...

On Saturday, October 14, the Harlem Valley Appalachian Trail Community (HVATC) held their fourth annual Trail Day. Co-hosted by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and the National Parks Conservation Association, the event took place at Native Landscapes & Garden Center...

October 20, 2017

With this year’s annual Chocolate Festival falling on Veteran’s Day, November 11, the Pawling Rotary Club will honor the members of the Pawling American Legion. The American Legion is one of the nation’s most renowned veteran’s associations, chartered by Congress in 19...

October 20, 2017

The Pawling Resource Center’s 10th Annual “Walk So They May Ride” event took place on Saturday September 23, a beautiful sunny morning. This fun and healthy walk raised $16,000, through individual and corporate sponsorships, for the PRC’s essential programs, which incl...

October 20, 2017

Safe Haven Farm Sanctuary is a 501(c) charitable organization in operation since 2008,

when Doctors Bill and Ellen Crain responded to the need to rescue, rehabilitate, and care

for helpless animals saved from agriculture industries and abusive, violent, or frightening ci...

October 20, 2017

New York Proposal 3, Forest Preserve Land Bank Amendment (2017)

To the Editor,

The Adirondacks and Catskills are home to vast amounts of forest preserve. This is land that is protected by the state constitution as forever wild, which means nothing can be built there, and...

October 20, 2017

Holidays represent different things to different people. For most, a wide variety of emotions unfold. Some greet holiday time with eager excitement; others, with anxiety driven anticipation. Self-reflection may help reveal questions and answers that can lead to greater...

October 20, 2017

On October 1, farmers and local food businesses around the Harlem Valley joined together to host the first ever Farm Day. The collaborative event was held in four locations, each boasting its own attractions, from hay rides, to craft markets, to petting zoos, to farm t...

October 20, 2017

At one point or another, we’ve all experienced a severe headache. In fact, nine out of 10 Americans suffer from headaches. Of course, knowing this brings little comfort. The difficult task is to figure out why they occur, and how to get rid of them. Some headaches are...

Legumes . . . you’ve likely heard of them and probably think of them as “good for you,” but may also not exactly know what the legume family includes and why exactly you should be seeking them. While 2016 may have been the International Year of Pulses (wait – what’s a...

October 20, 2017

When it comes to art, the small details are often the most important ones. Whisper thin brushstrokes of paint, canvas fiber quality, and minute variations in hues are small, yet significant factors when considering museum-worthy masterpieces around the world.

Storm King...

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