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Springtime – When Love is in the Hair Local Salon Efforts Benefit Locks of Love

  Springtime – When Love is in the Hair Local Salon Efforts Benefit Locks of Love Hairstylists at Meaghan Ave Salon will sponsor three events to cut hair for hair donations to Locks of Love, an organization that provides hairpieces…

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Pets of The Week: Ozzie and Liam

  Ozzie is a confident, active and outgoing boy who loves to play.  He’s a smart boy who learns very quickly.  Ozzie lived in a loving home and hopes to find an experienced adult home soon. You can see him in…

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6th Annual Riverkeeper Sweep is May 6: Thousands to clean up Hudson & NYC shorelines

  6th Annual Riverkeeper Sweep is May 6: Thousands to clean up Hudson & NYC shorelines Photo: Gail Porter From Brooklyn to the Adirondack Mountains, local groups will conduct 100+ shoreline cleanups and planting projects in a SINGLE DAY. Ossining,…

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Author presentations set for Millbrook Literary Festival

  Author presentations set for Millbrook Literary Festival   Several author presentations will headline the ninth annual Millbrook Literary Festival set Saturday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Millbrook Library. The 2017 Festival will actually kick…

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Governor Announces State Police Results of Operation Hang Up Enforcement Period Public Safety

  More Than 15,000 Tickets Issued, Including 2,000 for Distracted Driving Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that the New York State Police issued more than 15,000 tickets during this year’s Operation Hang Up traffic enforcement period, which targets those…

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Pets of The Week: Sam and Carrie

  SAM:     Sam is an Australian Cattle Dog which is also known as a Red Heeler.  He is a very intelligent boy who loves to play ball and swim.  He is looking for a family that is experienced with…

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Dutchess County Office for the Aging’s AGING NEWS For the week of April 17

  Dutchess County Office for the Aging’s AGING NEWS For the week of April 17 Note: We hope you’ll come to this year’s Celebration of Aging, coming up at 12 noon on Monday, May 22 at Villa Borghese in Wappingers…

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State Police are seeking the public’s assistance to help locate a runaway Beekman teen

  State Police are seeking the public’s assistance to help locate a runaway Beekman teen NEW YORK STATE POLICE  Major Robert M. Nuzzo Troop K Commander PRESS RELEASE Beekman, New York – New York State Police from the Poughkeepsie barracks are seeking…

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Pawling Nursing Home Hosts Easter for Children’s Home of Poughkeepsie

    Pawling Nursing Home Hosts Easter for Children’s Home of Poughkeepsie The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Pawling invites Children’s Home of Poughkeepsie for Easter Breakfast and Egg Hunt   April 14th 2017, Pawling, NY – 34 children and…

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tate Police from Wappinger charge man with embezzled in excess of $18,000 from a local Veteran’s organization

  State Police from Wappinger charge  man with embezzled in excess of $18,000 from a local Veteran’s organization NEW YORK STATE POLICE  Major Robert M. Nuzzo Troop K Commander PRESS RELEASE Poughkeepsie, New York – On April 13, 2017, the New York…

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Wait Until Next Winter to Prune Your Oak Trees

  Wait Until Next Winter to Prune Your Oak Trees   Many people prune their trees in spring and summer. DEC recommends holding off on pruning oak trees until winter to protect them from oak wilt, a deadly tree disease….

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