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FDR had a colorful cousin in Rhinebeck
The 2012 motion picture, "Hyde Park on Hudson," focused on the relationship between former United States president and Dutchess County native Franklin D. Roosevelt and a distant cousin from this community, Margaret "Daisy" Suckley.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Accord: McLaughlin, Ryan and Emma Gumpel, a daughter, May 19, at Northern Dutchess Hospital, Rhinebeck.
Workers laid off from IBM get hope
In response to layoffs at local and global IBM Corp. facilities, government officials are discussing what can be done to help mitigate the damage.
Park expansion debate comes to a head in Rhinebeck
A debate has stirred up between some residents and the Town and Village of Rhinebeck about additional sports fields at Thomas Thompson-Sally Mazzarella Park.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
River Life, 6/16
Walking around I saw hundreds of cicadas on the trees. Since then, regardless of the rain and cooler temperatures, thousands of cicadas have gone through their metamorphosis.
Local Authors: History of a family in Rhinebeck
The book is part biography, part memoir and part social history. Based on journals and diaries that span more than 100 years, "Women of Privilege" explores how the absence of human warmth can harm a child, and how little inherited money matters in the end.
A walk on the wild side with Rhinebeck foraging expert Peter Dykeman
Peter Dykeman and I are strolling through a sunny field in Rhinebeck looking for food - not garden crops, for which it is far too early, but edible wild plants.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
State to restore aid for services for developmentally disabled
State lawmakers are expected next week to restore $90 million in aid for services for the developmentally disabled after it was cut as part of the state budget in March.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Good life: Your positive achievements
Stapell, a professor of history at the school, has taught at the school since 2004, when he was hired as an adjunct professor.
IBM laying off 369 employees from Dutchess County plant
IBM, located on Route 52 in Hopewell Junction, says the plant layoffs will happen in September and are occurring due to the economy.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Good Life: Your Positive Achievements
The troop held the drive to complete the 20-hour community service requirement for the Bronze Award, the highest award a Junior Girl Scout can receive.
Wedding dress trends at Hudson Valley bridal boutiques
The one-shoulder gown is a sexy compromise between a corset and strappy dress this season.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
In brief: Firehouse to collect healthy food for kids
Nonperishable breakfast and lunch items are needed to provide healthy meals for children during the summer, when school breakfast and lunch programs are not available.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Boomer calendar: June 9-16
4-6 p.m. June 9. Music by Shorty Kings Clubhouse. Free. Visitors welcome to picnic, dance and enjoy the swing music.
Northern Dutchess Hospital lauds 'impact' of 2 doctors at gala
For more than two decades, Drs. James Wing and John Sabia have dedicated their careers to not only helping patients but going beyond their primary responsibilities to engage and heal the community.
Lawmakers question Lyme treatment guidelines
A U.S. senator and three House of Representatives members are demanding to know why 7-year-old treatment guidelines for Lyme disease were not revised under rules that require updating every five years -- rules guideline managers say don't apply.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
There also will be cooking, crafting and other do-it-yourself demonstrations along with local food for sale.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Country Living brings its fair here
The secret's out. From the classically trained Culinary Institute of America graduates peppering the area, to the antique stores lining the roads of Beacon and Rhinebeck, the Hudson Valley is teeming with culture.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
NEW Cuomo calls on public to urge passage of Women's Equality Act
If you want a strong nation and a strong state, "then invest in everyone and treat everyone equally," he said.
Indie rock band the National touring on new album
Luckily for journalists and fans, Matt Berninger, of the National, hasn't tired of talking about his band's new album, "Trouble Will Find Me," despite granting numerous interviews in the past few weeks.