Daily Archives: May 16, 2017

Metro-North Schedule Change In Effect from June 4 Through October 7 New Schedule Will Accommodate 18 Week Mid-Harlem Line Track Improvement Project

  Metro-North Schedule Change In Effect from June 4 Through October 7 New Schedule Will Accommodate 18 Week Mid-Harlem Line Track Improvement Project MTA Metro-North Railroad today announced that required schedule adjustments for certain Harlem Line and Hudson Line trains will take effect on Sunday, June 4, through Saturday, October 7. Most of these temporary…

Massachusetts teen charged with possessing stolen UTV

  Massachusetts teen charged with possessing stolen UTV NEW YORK STATE POLICE  Major Robert M. Nuzzo Troop K Commander PRESS RELEASE New Lebanon, New York – On May 15, 2017, New York State Police from the  New Lebanon barracks, in conjunction with the SP Livingston Bureau of Criminal Investigation, charged 17-year-old Justin J. French of Chickopee, Massachusetts,…

5th annual group show winners opens Friday May 19 6-9pm

  Solitude and Refuge: the paintings of Jane Black & Mark Delluomo “Rainy Evening NYC” by Jane Black Jane Black and Mark Delluomo are the winners of Front Street’s Fifth Annual juried group show.  On May 19th,  Mark and Jane present work in a new exhibition titled Solitude and Refuge. A graduate of Brown University and the University…

PINE PLAINS BOOK SALE!

  MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND Book & Tag Sale-PINE PLAINS   SATURDAY, MAY 27 – 9:30- 2:00 (Preview 8:30-9:30 $10,  FRIENDS free)    MONDAY, May 29,  9:00 – 1:00   Held in the Community Room, 2nd floor of Pine Plains Free Libray   775 SOUTH MAIN STREET, PINE PLAINS   ALL TYPES OF BOOKS:  CHILDREN/TEENS, COOK…

AP After-school Review Sessions

  AP After-school Review Sessions AP PUSH On the following dates, I will be offering after-school review sessions for ALL of my AP classes (APUSH, AP Government, AP Microeconomics, AP Macroeconomics).  I will have activities geared for each course that students will work in small groups or individually (in the case of timed writing activities)…

Board change at the Dover Plains Library

Board change at the Dover Plains Library Patricia Hoag, who has served on the Dover Plains Library’s Board of Trustees for many years, and in many different capacities, has officially stepped down from the Board.  Pat is revered as the Board’s expert on parliamentary procedure, and her service to the library has always gone above…

Action to Protect New Yorkers from Unfairly Discriminatory Auto Insurance Rates

    Proposed DFS Regulation Prohibits Educational Level or Occupational Status as Factors in Setting Auto Insurance Premiums Education and Occupation Discrimination Penalizes Drivers Without College Degrees or Who Work in Low-Wage Jobs or Industries Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a proposed regulation to protect New Yorkers from excessive and unfairly discriminatory auto insurance…

State Police are investigating an officer shot in Maybrook

  State Police are investigating an officer shot in Maybrook NEW YORK STATE POLICE  Major Joseph A. Tripodo  Troop F Commander      PRESS RELEASE New York State Police are investigating the shooting of a police officer in the Village of Maybrook, NY. Injuries are unknown at this time. State Troopers, State Police investigators and a negotiator are…

Pawling Rotary Honors Ross and Fayne Daniels

  Pawling Rotary Honors Ross and Fayne Daniels By Susan Stone This year, at the 6th annual golf outing scheduled for June 1st at the Quaker Hill Country Club, the Pawling Rotary Club will honor Pawling Rotarians of Distinction, Ross and Fayne Daniels.   Ross and Fayne are the embodiment of the Rotary motto, “Service Above…

Dutchess County Honors Those Who Gave All – Local Memorial Day Events

  Dutchess County Honors Those Who Gave All Illuminate the Walkway Over the Hudson Memorial Day Eve and Memorial Day Ceremony at the County’s War Memorial   Poughkeepsie … Dutchess County Executive Marcus J. Molinaro and Director Nelson Eddy Rivera, USN (Ret) of Dutchess County’s Veterans Services, invite Dutchess County residents to participate in two…

Obituary, Richard H. “Dick” Beneway

  Clinton – Richard H. “Dick” Beneway, , 86, of Clinton, NY, passed away on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at the Northern Dutchess Hospital in Rhinebeck, NY. Born on December 17, 1930, in Poughkeepsie, NY, he was the son of the late Chester and Estelle (Huber) Beneway. He graduated from Poughkeepsie High School in 1947….