June 28, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

Philipstown Town Board Appoints Alan Steiner As New Town Justice

The Philipstown Town Board has appointed local attorney, Alan Steiner, Esq., as a Town Justice for the Town of Philipstown. He fills the position vacated by the Hon. Thomas Scuccimara when he assumed his new position as a County Court Judge. More...

Putnam Valley Summer Blood Drive July 6th

The summer blood drought hits early this year. Within the next few weeks Type O negative blood reserves in the New York region will be all but exhausted. By the first week of July, the total blood inventory will reach critical levels. More...

Rally Round The Colors - Civil War Re-enactment Planned For July 15-16

The Putnam Visitors Bureau has announced their third annual Civil War Encampment Reenactment to be held on July 15 & 16, at Putnam Veterans Memorial Park on Gipsy Trail Road in Carmel. This family-oriented event is free to all. More...

Drug Activity In Philipstown Leads To Prison Sentence For Peekskill Man

Putnam County District Attorney, Kevin L. More...

 

Schools

Maureen Murray On East Stroudsburg Dean’s List

Maureen Murray of Garrison has been named to the Dean More...

Kendall Helbock On Manhattanville Dean’s List

Kendall Helbock of Cold Spring has been named to the Manhattanville College Dean More...

Vanessa Horgan On Cortland Dean’s List

Vanessa Horgan of Cold Spring has been named to the Dean More...

Briefly Noted

Police Activity

Sheriff More...

Haldane Elementary Issues Achievement Awards For 4th Quarter

The following students received certificates for their achievements for the fourth quarter of the 1999-2000 school year at Haldane Elementary School: More...

Coming Events At The Fr. Licata Lodge, OSIA #2435

On July 11 at 8pm, the Fr. More...

Public Notices

All Town and Village Halls will be closed on Tuesday, July 4th. Philipstown Town Hall will also be closed on Monday, July 3rd. The Philipstown Building Dept. will also be closed on Saturday, July 1st. More...

Agricultural District Concept Still Being Reviewed By County

Discussions concerning the proposed Putnam County Agricultural District continued at the June 20th meeting of the Physical Services Committee. More...

Garrison School Board Says Goodbye To Outgoing Members And Superintendent Proposal for high school audit raises concerns

The Garrison School Board met for the last meeting of the 1999-2000 school year on Tuesday, June 20th. More...

County To Hold Public Hearings On Peekskill Hollow Road Improvements Town corrects reported development numbers at regular monthly meeting

The Putnam Valley Town Board met for their regular monthly session last Wednesday night, June 21st. Supervisor Santos announced that Everett Turk of the Lake Oscawana Committee passed away recently. Mr. More...

Tompkins Corners Strawberry Festival Sells Out

Last Saturday, June 24th, the Strawberry Festival held at Tompkins Corners Methodist Church in Putnam Valley once again put on the "red" and served up a berry-filled day of strawberries to all comers. More...

Putnam Valley Rotary Club Opens Web Site

The Putnam Valley Rotary Club has announced that it has put up a website that will provide information on their service organization and the events they will be hosting. More...

Historical Society Offers State-Of-The-Art Preservation Of Cherished Family Photos

Dig out those old family photos, dust off the heirloom album, and mark July 15th on the calendar! That More...

Focus on Philipstown

Sports News

Eagles Break Into The Win Column

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Etta More...

Philipstown Rec. Dept.’s 1st Place 3rd-5th Grade Girls Soccer Team

Team: United Marine, coached by Erik Risher and Andy Homola, with a season record of 7-1-1. Bottom (from left): Sarah Olmsted, Phoebe Risher, Elizabeth Bates, Chloe Carlton. More...

Philipstown Senior League Wins Championship

The Philipstown 13-14 year old Senior League Team, managed by Bill Marsh with assistance by Don Durney and Jim Neville, captured its league championship by beating Fishkill BGA in the finals on June 24th at Gering Park in Fishkill. More...

Weekly Poll

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