Around Town (Photos)

COFFEE WITH A COP — Deputy Anthony Tolve of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office hung out at the B&L Deli in Philipstown on Oct. 3 as part of a national campaign to help officers build relationships in the community. (Photo provided)

THAT MEANS YOU —  A historic building on Main Street in Nelsonville is not ready for visitors. (Photo by Michael Turton)

BUS TRAINING — The Beacon Fire Department on Oct. 16 hosted a training session for firefighters from Beacon, Glenham, Chelsea and Dutchess Junction on handling accidents involving school buses. Using a surplus bus donated by the Leonard Bus Company, the 36 firefighters practiced stabilization, scene safety and hand and power equipment extrication techniques. (Photos provided)

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