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A local author has been finding success with a children’s book published late last year. In December, Holmes resident Melissa Mullamphy proudly published Me, My Dog, and a Sheep, the heartwarming true story of their family dog who overcame a serious illness. Since publ...

A new yoga studio is coming to Pawling when Equilibrium opens on November 3. Owner/Instructor Lorraine Landau, a new resident to Wingdale, will not only be offering a wide variety of yoga and fitness classes for all ages, but she will offer counseling services and Reik...

October 26, 2018

What do I have to do? I’m begging here. Please, backup your computers. If you lose a dollar, you can earn another one. If you lose a priceless photograph, it’s gone for good. If you store anything on your computer – photos, music, letters, school papers, anything – the...

October 26, 2018

Throughout this article, which focuses on the effects of strained relationships and our responses to them, the reader is invited to challenge thoughts shared, and encouraged to contact the author to contest any assertion. Thanks in advance for your interest.

Defining ‘V...

October 26, 2018

If you have an orchid where the flowers have fallen off and you don’t know what to do, read on.

Chances are your orchid is a Phalaenopsis, or phals for short in orchid circles, since it is the most common available commercially. You have two choices: Throw the plant out...

Nutrition Advice from Your Pawling Hannaford Dietitian

It’s not easy to take the spotlight off treats on Halloween. But, given that it’s a holiday all about collecting candy and other sugary delights, we need to do just that. Add to it that for many kids, Halloween offe...

October 26, 2018

As Election Day approaches, The Pawling Record would like to extend this opportunity to allow our readers to get to know the candidates for several positions within the Town and the Village. On Tuesday, November 6, Pawling residents can cast their votes at the Lathrop...

On Tuesday, October 16, the Pawling Chamber of Commerce held its sixteenth annual live and silent auction at the Pawling Fire House on South Street. The auction raises funds for the Pawling Beautification Committee, which uses the money to make aesthetic improvements t...

October 26, 2018

Three upcoming holiday events sponsored by local organizations are offering opportunities to benefit the Pawling Resource Center (PRC). Through these partnerships, the PRC will find support for their food pantry, holiday food distributions, and Adopt-a-Family program.

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October 26, 2018

The Pawling Farmers Market is pleased to announce their first ever pre-Thanksgiving market. This one-day event will be held on Saturday, November 17, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Pawling Fire House on South Street. Twenty-five vendors and artisans will be there w...

October 26, 2018

On Saturday, October 13, the Harlem Valley Appalachian Trail Community (HVATC) held its fifth annual Trail Day at Native Landscapes & Garden Center on Route 22. Co-hosted by the HVATC and Native Landscapes, the event featured multiple booths with information about loca...

Six months after the trial and Mehetibal’s extraordinary ride to appeal for mercy to save her husband’s life, the King’s pleasure was known. From London, The Earl of Shelburne wrote a letter dated December 11, 1766, to Sir Henry Moore, the Royal Governor of the Provinc...

October 26, 2018

On Friday, October 12, Pawling High School students and faculty celebrated homecoming with an annual parade and bonfire. Each grade of the high school built a float for the parade. The float theme this year was “childhood movies.” Ninth-grade students took inspiration...

October 26, 2018

Local author Carol Paterno holds a book reading at Pawling Library, one of the many types of programs that a budget increase would support.

While many things in Pawling have changed over the last nine years, the amount of money that the Pawling Library receives in tax s...

The Village Board met on Monday, October 15, for their second monthly session at Village Hall. The meeting would serve as the Public Hearing for the 2019 Community Development Block Grant, (CDBG). It would also address parking issues and an ongoing sidewalk initiative...

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