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June 28, 2019

Balancing family and fitness is a tough but worthwhile endeavor.

Juggling all of life’s responsibilities is hard work! With two girls under four, a husband, job, and busy schedule, I have made it my mission to keep fitness and nutrition at the top of my family’s to-do...

June 28, 2019

Rides, slides, and fireworks! It’s all about family fun at the Patterson Volunteer Fire Department’s annual carnival. There will be a big variety of rides including a large carousel, Hurricane Tornado, and Dragon Wagon, as well as bumper cars and game booths to delight...

These days, the world is full of noise. To those of us who have reached a certain age (ahem), even the new music sounds like noise. But no matter which side of the political fence you’re on, and whatever your age, gender, race, or ethnic mix, we probably all agree on o...

June 28, 2019

Volunteers Needed

For many years, hundreds of senior citizen residents of Dutchess County who live in their own homes but are unable to cook, shop, or prepare meals have benefitted from the Office for the Aging’s Home Delivered Meals (HDM) program. This initiative has m...

Although the vote is still five months away, the political landscape for the upcoming election in the Town of Pawling is beginning to take shape. At the forefront of this year’s election will be two seats on the Pawling Town Board. At the Republican Caucus on May 16, P...

June 28, 2019

Everyone at The Pawling Record would like to extend our most sincere and heartfelt congratulations to the Pawling High School Class of 2019. We wish each and every one of you nothing but success and happiness, wherever the next chapter of your lives may take you.

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On Monday, June 17, representatives from the Dutchess County Transportation Council (DCTC) made a presentation to the Village Board, outlining their final recommendations for the Pawling Pedestrian Plan. Over the past year, the initiative has been devoted to improving...

Over the past week, the Pawling High School seniors enjoyed their last days of high school, including the traditional Senior Walk through the halls of Pawling Elementary on June 24. The following evening, more than thirty students were honored at the annual Senior Scho...

June 18, 2019

An amazing assortment of classic rides were on display at the Annual Car Show in the Village of Pawling on Sunday, June 9.

Photos PROVIDED BY MICHAEL MONDARULI

June 14, 2019

Agnes Wasilik, 94, a resident of Pawling for seven years and a former resident of Crossville, TN, died peacefully Monday, June 10, 2019, at the Paramount Rehabilitation & Nursing Care in Somers, NY.

Born in Manhattan on September 23, 1924, she was the daughter of Anthon...

From left: Carmine Lippolis, Kathleen Slattery, Anthony Galletta,

and John Predham prepare for a new chapter.

A longstanding Pawling business has recently embarked on an exciting new chapter as Elite Electrical Enterprises has officially announced a partnership with Lip...

June 14, 2019

Did you ever think that sometimes it would be easier to just dictate the things you write? An email reply, business letter, or a school paper? Well, it turns out that most of your electronic gizmos already include the ability to take your dictation. Dictation is built-...

June 14, 2019

The Pawling Theatre Exchange (PTE) has a diverse line-up of work in development for their inaugural season on the Trinity-Pawling School campus. The first residency includes Connecticut-based playwrights Susan Cinamon and Laura Thoma, New York City-based playwrights He...

June 14, 2019

Photo Credits: Lisa Kelsey

Just as I was recovering from getting lost trying to find a brewery that turned out to be in a strip mall (see Ales from the Dark Side, The Pawling Record, May 31), I found myself stopped at a barrier gate to an industrial park with a “push bu...

June 14, 2019

Old Oak

Photo Credit: PHOTO BY DONALD PARTELOW

While on a walk, I spotted a new posted sign, gleaming yellow plastic covered with familiar bold black warnings, nailed to an old oak. The oldest trees tend to acquire such thoughtless embellishments. Further down the dirt r...

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