The goal of the project is to substantially upgrade the village’s water infrastructure by increasing well field capacity and replacing outdated water meters to better monitor usage.
Monthly Archives: November 2012
The Rhinebeck Zoning Board of Appeals is expected to discuss the results of audio tests conducted in and around the Northern Dutchess Rod & Gun Club at its meeting on Wed., Dec. 19 at 7:30pm in the Rhinebeck Town Hall.
Car show, that is, last of the season at Mills Mansion
by Quinn O'Callaghan •
Arrest in connection with the theft of a puppy from a yard on Kelly Road in Red Hook.
Morehouse Farm is anything but sheepish about fine wool
by Lisa Miskelly •
The Hudson Valley now has an independent, local NPR alternative. Robin Hood Radio, which broadcasts from the Marckres House on the green in Sharon, Connecticut, is now re-transmitting their combination of NPR and locavore programming to the Hudson Valley on 88.1 FM, WLHV, Annandale-on-Hudson.
Bread alone is never enough at this cafe, to say the yeast!
by Kathryn Matthews •
Tivoli Free Library has been awarded five stars and Red Hook Public Library four stars by industry publication Library Journal. These are repeat performances for both libraries. Of the more than 7,500 libraries nationwide, just 262 are designated “Star” libraries.
Election Day, for many, was a first time to vote
by Naomi LaChance •
Attention hunters! The Red Hook/Rhinebeck Elks want your deer hides to raise money for their veterans events. Leave your hides in the barn behind the lodge at the corner of Mill Road and Route 9 in Red Hook.