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In honor of Small Business Saturday, November 25, The Book Cove, located in the Village of Pawling on Charles Colman Blvd., will be hosting Hudson Valley author, John Leonard Pielmeier. A playwright, actor, and novelist Mr. Pielmeier will be autographing his latest wor...

November 17, 2017

Members of the Pawling Shakespeare Club, now in its 119th year, celebrated with some Halloween spirit during their regularly scheduled twice-monthly meeting, held on October 30. The ghoulishly festive get-together was held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Jeremy Stone and w...

November 17, 2017

The Pawling Tavern has always been a family affair. Ben Christgau started working for his father tending bar pretty much as soon as he was legally able, about fourteen years ago. Like many small business owners, his father dreamed of keeping the restaurant in the famil...

            As The Pawling Record celebrates the release of its tenth issue, the Board of Trustees would like to take the time to recognize an invaluable member of our staff, Director of Ad Sales Laura Leone. Since the paper’s inception, Laura has been a driving force...

Earlier this year, Clancy Relocation and Logistics continued to expand their presence in the area by opening Clancy Self Storage. Located at 133 Route 22 in Pawling, the new venture represents the latest innovation for the company, which has been expanding and evolving...

Pet owners will find a welcome addition to the local business scene with the opening of Noah’s Ark Aquarium and Pet Shop. Located at 31 Route 22, the new store will offer a variety of tropical fish, small rodents, and birds, as well as a wide selection of food and trea...

November 17, 2017

The amount of information that you can dig up by searching the web is dazzling – sometimes to the point of being distracting. Happily, there are tools and tricks you can use to get you through the clutter and into the information you need.

Google is, of course, the go-t...

November 17, 2017

            On the train home from work, you lean your head against the window, watching the water, the woods, and the tall grasses of the Great Swamp fade into the distance. As the scenery passes by, a brief thought flickers through your mind about how, five hundred y...

November 17, 2017

Step aside, Santa Claus. Sinterklaas is on his way to the Hudson Valley.

Though both figures are related and are based on the legendary Christian bishop of the fourth century, Nicholas, patron saint of children, Sinterklaas became a local presence back when New York was...

November 17, 2017

The busiest season for the Pawling Resource Center (PRC) has arrived, as the Center readies to provide for community members in need this holiday season.

The Resource Center Food bank is supplying the turkeys and fixings for holiday meals, with donated turkeys and plent...

November 17, 2017

Albert Einstein had the right idea when he declared play to be the highest form of research. After all, what else are children doing when they chase butterflies and stack blocks?

At the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum, play is a serious business. As the sole museum for kid...

November 17, 2017

With a commitment to providing patients with individualized care that is delivered with compassion and increased safety and efficiency, Putnam Hospital Center broke ground in late September on a $9 million project to expand and refurbish its emergency department.

“This...

In a world where there is so much to get disheartened by, when was the last time that you experienced a true break from reality and started to envision the power you have to design a life of your own creation. If you are like many people, perhaps you’ve never done a “s...

November 17, 2017

How do you begin your day? Because how you begin your day is how you live your life – it’s a microcosm of the macrocosm. How you begin your day sets the tone for how the rest of the day will go. How your days go, so goes your life.

Is it popping out of bed at the very l...

November 17, 2017

Like most living creatures on the planet, we are sensitive to the comings and goings of the sun. Over millennia, our bodies developed their own cycles, responsive to light and dark, called circadian rhythms. Because sunlight dictates much of these rhythms, we are affec...

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