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May 25, 2018

French speakers and French enthusiasts alike have come together for the last few years to discuss their love of all things France in an unlikely place: Newburgh Free Library.

            That is the site of the Hudson Valley Francophone Connection, which holds meetings...

The Pawling Farmers Market will return for its 11th season on Saturday, June 16. The Market is a cornerstone of the community during the summer in Pawling, and this season promises to continue the tradition of providing locally sourced foods and access to artisan vendo...

May 25, 2018

The first grade class at Millbrook’s Dutchess Day School recently spearheaded and managed a major book drive to benefit the Astor Head Start programs for children in Wingdale. The students created their own advertising strategy, mostly involving homemade posters, annou...

            On Sunday, June 10, the Pawling Smith Johnson Scout Reservation, better known as “Scout Cabin,” will hold its inaugural Backyard Barbecue Cook-Off at the Pawling Fire House, 25 South Street. The day will be filled with family friendly activities, food, and...

May 25, 2018

It took a long while, but we are now halfway through the year. Finally, the full bloom of spring is upon us. What a rush of beauty in the blossoms, sounds of new life from the insects and birds, and trees that weathered the storms in their full leafed grandeur. The ful...

May 25, 2018

The Internet is a wonderful thing, providing unlimited access to so many things that are useful and entertaining – all of the time, 24/7. Unfortunately, it also provides access to some unwanted things that you may not want in your house, especially if you have children...

On Tuesday, May 15, severe thunderstorms swept through Dutchess, Ulster, and Putnam counties, with winds exceeding 60 miles per hour, accompanied by heavy rain and hail. Between 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. the nearby towns of Saugerties, Newburgh, Kent, and Patterson were...

On Monday, May 21, the Village Board met to begin the process of amending a local law concerning zoning within the local business district and surrounding areas. This measure is the first step in facilitating new construction projects, as well as giving a clearer under...

Burka, Klein Elected to Board of Education

On Tuesday, May 15, Pawling residents voted to approve the $37.6 million school budget and elected two new members to the Board of Education for the Pawling Central School District. Earlier that day, a series of tornados and mi...

May 25, 2018

Green Chimneys’ Famous Annual Event to Celebrate Magnificent Birds of Prey

When the 75-acre Green Chimneys Farm opened a school for very young children, every building on the property had a chimney that was painted green. Back then, no one could have known how important...

Over the weekends of May 12 – 13 and 19 –20, residents turned out in droves for the annual Great Pawling Library Book Sale, held this year at the Pawling Fire House on South Street. Throughout the year, the library collected a multitude of books and other media for the...

May 25, 2018

The Pawling Library has a brand new vegetable garden, which is being tended by teens in the Gardening Club. Sugar snap peas, lettuce, cucumbers, and marigolds are sprouting in raised garden beds, and tomato and green pepper plants are growing indoors, waiting to be tra...

May 25, 2018

Nine years ago, the Pawling Library adopted the slogan “Come Grow With Us.” Since then, the library has been growing in tandem with the community in an effort to better reflect the needs and interests of Pawling residents. This November, the library will be asking the...

On Monday, May 28, the Town of Pawling will once again honor veterans with the annual Memorial Day Parade and Remembrance Ceremony.

            The Memorial Day Celebration is sponsored by American Legion Hasler-Kamp Post #215. The day’s activities will begin with parad...

May 25, 2018

On Saturday, April 28, as part of Trinity-Pawling’s Spring Family Weekend, the school hosted ESPN anchor Scott Van Pelt and ESPN Vice President Mike McQuade, a graduate of Trinity-Pawling School, Class of 1983, for a roundtable discussion with Headmaster Bill Taylor.

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