On Thursday, organizers at The Moviehouse in Millerton, NY, announced that — after closing on March 15, 2020 — the acclaimed local theater will re-open under new stewardship this Spring. Former owner Carol Sadlon and her late husband Robert opened The Moviehouse in 1978 on Memorial Day weekend, having renovated a shuttered historic property in […]
A draft design for the renovation of Hillsdale’s Hamlet Park was approved by the Town Board on February 9, setting the stage for a fundraising effort that will seek government and foundation grants as well as individual donations to pay for the renovation.
The Town Board meeting, held via Zoom, featured a brief presentation by Chazen […]
Membership Gives GMF Access to International Natural Conservation Union
On February 10, 2021, Great Mountain Forest (GMF) in Falls Village, CT, was granted membership into the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), a global organization dedicated to assessing the status of the natural world and the measures needed to safeguard it.
The Honorable Judge Christi J. Acker of the The Dutchess County Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Town of Fishkill on Monday in a lawsuit filed by the Hudson View Park Company (Hudson View) against the Town in July of last year concerning the proposed Rolling Hills Development. Hudson View asserted a breach of […]
On Friday Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro joined the County Department of Community & Family Services (DCFS) and the Dutchess County Workforce Investment Board (DCWIB) to present three local families with vehicles as part of the Community Solutions to Transportation (CST) Way to Work program, formerly known as Wheels to Work. Since 2001, the program […]
A vote by the Village Board of Trustees in Millbrook, NY, last month removed the last major legal impediment toward the conversion of the landmark Thorne Building into a community center that will serve both the Village as well as all of central Dutchess County. The decision completes a process that began in March 2019, […]
For the past eight years, Basilica Hudson, the city’s beloved arts center, has held an epic, large-scale community market celebrating the Hudson Valley’s creative entrepreneurial pursuits through the Basilica Farm & Flea Holiday Market. This year, with the pandemic causing many venues to pause 2020 in-person programming, Basilica Hudson will co-present, alongside creative studio LikeMindedObjects, […]
A string of auto-related crime has broken out recently as The Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a series of vehicle break-ins that have occurred in the Town of Pleasant Valley and the Town of LaGrange during the overnight hours as well as some recent thefts of high-end automobiles. Although most of […]
While the announcement that Millerton’s Moviehouse — the village’s longstanding cinema and cultural epicenter — will be seeking new ownership in the coming months may seem like the appropriate capstone to 2020, there is a silver lining. That unique sense of hopeful optimism is represented in the spirit of owner Carol Sadlon herself. […]
Concerned citizens who live and work in Craryville, Copake, Copake Lake, Copake Falls, Hillsdale, Taghkanic and other neighboring communities in Columbia County, New York, will gather together tomorrow evening at a virtual town hall meeting to discuss concerns regarding a 500-acre, industrial-size solar installation proposed by Hecate Energy. The proposal, – referred to […]