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NORTH EAST — The Hudson Valley has become a hot spot for Hollywood filming. Just two-plus hours north of Manhattan, Dutchess County is the site of multiple filming projects — and has been for some years now.

That trend has filtered down to the rural town of North East, where the upcoming Netflix film, “Things Seen and Heard,” is currently shooting on Skunks Misery Road.

The issue of how the town should handle such activity was discussed at the Town Board’s October meeting. 

“We have had, as you know, movie companies looking...

Millerton

NECC bus is adding rides to Freshtown in Amenia, and more

MILLERTON — In response to the closing of the only grocery store in Millerton, Northeast Dutchess Transit will provide shopping trips to Freshtown in Amenia on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Rides will be leaving from NECC at 1 p.m.  If a client is unable to get to the North East Community Center, someone will pick the client up at home if it works with the schedule.
Everyone must pre-register, on a first come first served basis. Seating is limited. The round trip fee is $5. 

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Rumors of escaped inmate sighting raise concerns in Millerton

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MILLERTON — Troopers from the New York State Police were ready to investigate the concerns of village residents following a rumored sighting of Harry Chandler Jr., an inmate from the Berkshire Medical Center, last Wednesday, July 10.

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Sounding off

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Millerton salutes Terni’s centennial

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MILLERTON — In a community like Millerton, a time-honored business like Terni’s stands for more than just a familiar name on Main Street. Passed down through three generations, Terni’s is a landmark in a community that’s changed much over the years. 

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Remembering Moviehouse founder Robert Sadlon

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MILLERTON — The life and legacy of Robert Sadlon, founder and co-owner of The Moviehouse in Millerton, was celebrated on Saturday, July 13. 

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Rope rescue needed for Brace Mountain hiker

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MILLERTON — With both locals and visitors spending their Fourth of July holiday outdoors, many emergency agencies were on standby in case of an emergency. One such emergency occurred in the Taconic State Park’s Brace Mountain, near Millerton. A number of local emergency agencies responded to a 911 call about a man who had fallen down the side of a cliff while hiking at the park, on Thursday, July 4.

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Village Board gets updates of summer happenings

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MILLERTON — With summer now in full swing, the Village Board of Trustees discussed upcoming summer celebrations as well as the updated Comprehensive Plan for both the village and the town of North East at its meeting on Monday, July 1.

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Library keeps young readers engaged

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MILLERTON — With schools out for summer and families looking for ways to keep their children entertained, the NorthEast-Millerton Library is offering fun programs and activities with its summer reading program.

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NECC’s Teen Team stars hit the big screen

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MILLERTON — It was lights, camera and action for members of the North East Community Center’s (NECC) Teen Team as their short film, “Times Three,” premiered at the Four Brothers Drive In Theater on Tuesday, July 2.
For the last three years, NECC has offered its Teen Team an opportunity to produce its own short film and learn the steps involved in creating a professional film.

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Proud to be an American

Local veterans took part in the annual flag raising at McEnroe Organic Farm on Thursday, July 4. Below, from left, are Bob Clinch, Erik Breen, Robert Jenks, Robert Bagomolny, Roger Carol, Brian Coons, Richard Ireland, Dr. Julien Strauss, Joe Schmidt, John Ryan and Sean Klay. Additionally, three local 4-H’ers: Emma Jenks, Kelsey Jenks and Sarah Eckler, read the Declaration of Independence to the 63 members of the community who participated in the event. McEnroe Organic Farm provided a complimentary breakfast following the event for all who participated.

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