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December 21, 2023
The designation recognizes the town for its efforts to curb emissions and opens up funding opportunities from New York State.
“If This Were Snow, It Would Be Three Feet:” Highway Superintendents and Residents Share Stories Following 3-Inch Overnight Downpour
December 18, 2023
In several places, the Sawkill Creek saw Class 2 rapids, ample for whitewater rafting. And there was a danger that the Hudson River would break its banks by mid-afternoon.
Unscrambling Egg Labels: From $1.50 to $15 a Dozen, Caged to Pastured, What Do The Distinctions Mean?
July 30, 2023
The Daily Catch got cracking to untangle the labels and the prices. Here is what we learned.
To Expand Childcare Access, Daycare Centers and Nursery Schools May Soon Be Allowed in All Sections of Village of Red Hook
July 12, 2023
The issue comes at a time when the need for childcare centers for local children under school age, in particular, is of pressing concern to young parents.
History Repeats: Forged by Fire, Red Hook Has Endured Dozens of Major Blazes Over the Past Century; Rhinebeck, Too
June 05, 2023
The Daily Catch pored over hundreds of newspaper stories, consulted local history books and periodicals, chatted with historians and archivists, and plumbed the memories of local residents to identify some of the most significant fires to have befallen the Red Hook and Rhinebeck communities.
Reaching Towards Youth, Red Hook and Rhinebeck Join Forces To Create First Annual Gay Pride Celebration in Northern Dutchess County
June 04, 2023
A mood of ebullient joy, tinged with a touch of relief, even disbelief, took hold Sunday as hundreds of people from across the Hudson Valley joined the first-ever Rhinebeck-Red Hook Pride celebration.
May 25, 2023
The pond is fed from the same aquifer that runs under a good portion of Red Hook, supplying drinking water for town and village residents. But last Friday morning, the pond was commandeered for another task.