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Greenville man stabs father, grandmother inside home

BOE again rejects veteran's tax exemption

High opt-out rates making student assessment difficult

Man in jail for allegedly forcing pacifier down baby's throat

Feds arrest Preston Hollow woman for fraud

Town man going to prison for DWI crash

Paramedics credited with saving life of infant


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Guest Columnists...
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Kathie’s Diary
By Kathie Williams
Kathie has been writing about the happenings of Greenville for more than 30 years.

Whittling Away
By Dick Brooks
Dick puts a waggish spin on life’s everyday happenings.

The Busy Bear
By Gloria Bear
Looking for some positive inspiration? Gloria reminds everyone to take time and smell the roses.

Catskills Outdoors
By Russ Burton
Whether about hunting or fishing, Russ gives updates on legislation, local events and news from DEC.

Gardening Tips
By Bob Beyfuss
A famous name among area gardeners, Bob shares his knowledge on everything from trees and bushes to invasive species and vegetables.

Preston Hollow Highlights
By Dottie Como
From the happenings of the hilltowns to useful tips and tricks, Dottie offers something for everyone… especially if you enjoy wildlife.

Medusa Happenings
By Bill Moore
There really is a lot happening in this historic hamlet, and Bill knows about it all.

Grandma Mackey’s Diary
By Adriane Mackey Sauer
Take a trip back in time with a day in the life of a 1940s Rensselaerville farm wife.

Sparkey News
By Terry Borwegen
Safety first! Terry and the Fire Prevention and Life Safety Team give tips to help keep you and your family safe.

Cinema with a Twist
Dwight Grimm
Preston Hollow resident Dwight Grimm is a film producer, WIOX radio host and, along with his wife Leigh, the new operator of the Greenville Drive-in. Dwight serves up facts behind your favorite movies and always includes a classic cocktail recipe.

LOCAL LINKS
Tracing Your Roots...
By Sylvia Hasenkopf
   This isn’t your high school history class! Sylvia, a Hudson Valley historian and author, digs into Greene County history to find stories that make you say, “Wow, that happened here?”
   This week join Sylvia as she details more on the Baker family of Coxsackie. Who were they? Maybe this house will give you a hint...
State Police block the entrance to the driveway at 227 Country Estates Road on the afternoon on Monday, January 25 after Dylan Buffe (inset) allegedly stabbed two people inside the home. Yellow police tape can be seen around the house.