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MILLERTON — Village merchants gained a better understanding of their responsibilities in maintaining the sidewalks outside of their businesses and removing snow after bringing their queries to the village’s attention last month.

Speaking as co-secretary of the Millerton Business Alliance (MBA), Dana Rohn, owner of Montage, said the MBA wanted to touch base with Mayor Debbie Middlebrook to get a sense of their responsibilities for snow removal and sidewalk zoning. 

Going back to last winter, the MBA previously had an arrangement with Kindred Property Care...

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A lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving

MILLERTON — The Webutuck varsity girls soccer team lent the Millerton Food Pantry a helping hand packing Thanksgiving boxes on Friday morning, Nov. 22, at the First Presbyterian Church on Main Street. 
That morning, the students took part in the annual tradition with volunteers from the pantry and their coach, Mark Moren. 

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The spirit of giving: Adopt-a-Family this holiday season

MILLERTON — To get into the real spirit of the holidays, load up the family sleigh with some Santa goodies and head to North Pole South, AKA Millerton’s Adopt-a-Family.
The annual program, spearheaded by sisters Stacey and Vickie Moore of Moore and More Printing, ensures that some 300 children throughout the Webutuck and Pine Plains school districts who otherwise might not have a celebration, find that Santa has not forgotten them on that special day. 

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World War II veteran George Phillips honored with 75-year service pin

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MILLERTON — Among the 108 veterans listed to receive pins and certificates for their continuous service, the Millerton American Legion Post 178 recognized George Phillips, a former resident of Millerton and a veteran of World War II. He received his 75-year service pin this Veterans Day on Monday, Nov. 11.

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Town Board: Film crews are great, but must be regulated

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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. 

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MBA plans for Parade of Lights and holiday activities

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MILLERTON — The Millerton Business Alliance (MBA) got into the holly jolly spirit a month early as its members talked about preparations for the annual Parade of Lights and other holiday activities in the village of Millerton at its meeting on Thursday, Nov. 7.

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Skunks Misery Road sets the backdrop for Netflix thriller

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NORTH EAST — Something supernatural has crept its way into the area as a section of Millerton was scouted last month for filming scenes for the upcoming Netflix film, “Things Seen and Heard.”

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Public feedback sought: County Executive Molinaro presents 2020 budget

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MILLERTON — Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro visited the village of Millerton on Wednesday, Nov. 13, to present and obtain feedback on next year’s Dutchess County executive budget.

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Veterans appreciated at commemoration

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MILLBROOK — Each year the citizens of Millbrook and the town of Washington gather on Veterans Green, at the 11th hour on the 11th day  of the 11th month. The size of the crowd is sometimes dependent on the weather, but there are those who never miss the chance to give thanks for service rendered by those still remaining soldiers. Though a day for the living, it’s also a time to remember those who were lost in war, or have since died. 

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Hotchkiss student shares Bahrainian traditions

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MILLERTON — A small group of young readers was invited to expand horizons by spending time with Mahmood Almadeh, an international student enrolled at The Hotchkiss School in Salisbury, Conn. They learned about the culture and customs of his homeland of Bahrain on Wednesday, Nov. 6.

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