Club aims to save lives in ’08

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RHINEBECK – After leading countless training sessions and hosting numerous events throughout the region last year, the Heart Safe Club of Rhinebeck is continuing right where it left off in 2008. READ ON:… Continue reading

Burglars hit 10 Dutchess towns

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The New York State Police in Poughkeepsie say they are investigating a string of residential burglaries that have occurred over the last three months in the towns of Stanford, Pleasant Valley, LaGrange, Millbrook,… Continue reading

New York State Police warn about burglaries

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New York State Police at Poughkeepsie are investigating a string of residential burglaries that have happened over the last three months in the following areas of Dutchess County: Town of Stanford, Pleasant Valley,… Continue reading

Bulkeley Middle School – ELA testing

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As a result of this morning’s two-hour delay, ELA State Assessments will be administered tomorrow, Wednesday, and Thursday (Grade 6 ONLY) morning. 

Homeowners, beware of burglars

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  The Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office said homeowners should be aware that a series of burglaries have occurred in several towns. They have generally happened during the daytime. Homeowners should make sure their… Continue reading

Radon

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It’s the second-leading cause of lung cancer … and you must test to know if it’s endangering your home Level was elevated Rhinebeck resident Chris Gerstle had a radon inspection performed on a… Continue reading

Are You Smarter Then A CLS 5th Grader!

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On SALE NOW Tickets for “Are You Smarter Than  A CLS 5th Grader” With Live Children’s Auction A benefit for the 5th grade “Friends of the Whale Watch” Hosted by Rick Zolzer  –… Continue reading

Rhinecliff Volunteer Fire Co Pancake Breakfast

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January 13th – 8:00 am – 11:00am BREAKFAST: ADULTS: $6 CHILDREN: $4, CHILDREN UNDER 6: FREE

What’s up with all of the burglaries in the area?

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 Rhinebeck :  Let us know how you feel!

Hearts Across the Table Dinner and Silent Auction

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The Rhinebeck-Rheinbach Exchange Program will hold its Sixth Annual “Hearts Across the Table Dinner and Silent Auction” on Sat., Feb. 2, 2008 at the Fr. Brogan Center on Mulberry Street. Tickets are $35… Continue reading

Fed up local man seeks presidency

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Who is Tony Kowalski…  www.midhudsoncentral.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=19181356&BRD=1702&PAG=461&dept_id=69079&rfi=6

Game night to fund youth mission trip

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RHINEBECK – In two weeks, the Rhinebeck Reformed Church Youth Group will host a Caribbean Game Night; the group has invited anyone who is interested to “come out of the cold and join… Continue reading

Video- Rhinecliff 14 point plan

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This is a video of David Anthone presenting a 14 point review of the proposed Rhinebeck Town Comprehensive Plan. This plan was created by the Rhinecliff Advisory Council. http://www.rhinecliff.org/

Embezzling case may not start until Feb.

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RHINEBECK – It could be another month before the case of Charles Callejo, the man accused of embezzling from a public access television station in northern Dutchess County last year, goes before a… Continue reading

Virus killing crows not likely to spread to people

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You may want to give this a second look! A recently discovered avian virus is believed to have caused the deaths of crows across the state, with Poughkeepsie taking the lead. The death… Continue reading

January in Rhinebeck

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Friday, January 4 – Sunday, January 6 Magic: Carlo DeBlasio “The Fine Art of Deception.” Fri & Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm. $18/$16. Ctr. for Perf. Arts, Rhinebeck. 876-3080 Boy Scout Troop 128 will… Continue reading

Town Board Meeting (Annual Reorganization Meeting)

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Start: 01/04/2008 – 7:00pm End: 01/04/2008 – 9:00pm Rhinebeck Town Board, 80 E. Market St. Committee assignments and meeting schedule will be determined at this meeting. 

NDP, Alamo EMS eye merger

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With two of our area’s largest emergency medical responders looking to join forces, officials say residents can rest easy knowing someone will be there to help them in the event of an emergency.… Continue reading

Boy Scouts to host pancake breakfast

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Boy Scout Troop 128 will hold an All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Breakfast from 8 a.m. to noon Sunday January 6th at the American Legion Hall, Mill Street, Rhinebeck. Guests can enjoy a combination meal of pancakes,… Continue reading

Church serves lunch for good causes

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 RHINEBECK – On a cold winter afternoon, nothing can beat a nice warm meal for $5 – except maybe one that benefits a good cause and fills your stomach.  That’s what was going… Continue reading

Town Highway Department Winter 2008 Newsletter

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Kathy Kinsella, Superintendent Bob Wyant, Foreman In this issue: Superintendent’s Message New DWI Laws in New York State Mt. Rutsen Road Update  http://rhinebeck-ny.gov/

About the Ball!

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   Technicians eye the new improved New Years ball. This version, which had halogen lamps for higher visibility, replaced a six-foot ball that had ordinary light bulbs. The lowering of the ball, which… Continue reading

Ring in ’08 with special dinners, music

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To ring in the New Year, a number of local restaurants are offering special menus and a variety of entertainment. http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007712280310 or http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=200771228021

Staley gets Rhinebeck seat as accord is reached

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RHINEBECK – Daniel Staley Jr. will have a seat on the town board at the start of the year. Attorneys for Monique Segarra, who teaches at Bard College’s Center for Environmental Policy, and… Continue reading

RHINEBECK — High School Seeks Service Opportunities

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RHS is recruiting local businesses and organizations to support students in the following capacities: Paid work opportunities; job shadow opportunities; internships; community service opportunities. RHS students are now required to complete 40 hours… Continue reading

YEAR IN REVIEW: Year of ups and downs in Northern Dutchess

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2007, like most years, had its share of ups and downs, successes and failures. http://www.midhudsoncentral.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=19141649&BRD=1702&PAG=461&dept_id=69079&rfi=6

Food pantries need donations just to get by

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While there are various ways Hudson Valley food pantries receive assistance, they all need help in some form, whether it be money, volunteers or food. The Queens Galley soup kitchen in Kingston is… Continue reading

American Musical Theater: A Century of Broadway

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Currently in our 63rd season, the Rhinebeck Choral Club is actively seeking new members in all of our vocal sections for the 2008 Spring Concert season! Our spring program will highlight musical theater… Continue reading

Donors are urged to help bolster local blood supplies

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The blood shortage is continuing. Donors must be at least 17 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good health. A photo identification is usually required. Blood can be given… Continue reading

Rhinebeck man, 45, to challenge Hinchey

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RHINEBECK – Republican Joseph M. Schmidt of Rhinebeck has formally announced he will run against Rep. Maurice Hinchey, D-Hurley, for the 22nd Congressional District of New York seat. Schmidt, 45, is an Arlington… Continue reading