The Latest update from School Board President Bill Zopf.
Actually, it took about five minutes to fix the display problem. There just needed to be a change made to two of the pages and those changes were well documented on the Master Plan (fitting name!) web site. So, here it is, the new Beacon Dispatch web site. A precursor, we hope, to a new […]
Beacon Selected as one of Hudson Valley Magazine’s 7 Hot HometownsHudson Valley Magazine’s (registration required) April 2007 issue features Beacon as one of seven of the Hudson Valley’s hottest hometownsâ€”not that we didn’t know that already.Among the reasons the article cited for selecting Beacon were the Arts, Victorian housing stock, revitalized Main Street, and proximity […]
The Beacon Dispatch started as a casual, personal weblog written by former Beacon resident Michael Daecher to document his life and times to the north of NYC.
In July of 2004 four people got together with Mike to move his web-based musings to the printed page.The Beacon Dispatch very quickly became the City of Beacon’s monthly paper of record, providing in-depth coverage of the people and the issues that made Beacon tick.
In March of 2007, after nearly three years and 30 issues, limited resourcesâ€”both human and mammonâ€”forced the paper into hiatus.The launch of this new website marks what we hope is the rebirth of the Beacon Dispatch.
We’re happy to be back, we hope that you’re happy too.