July 26, 2000 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Police Activity Cold Spring Police State Police

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Gallerie JJenth To Open New Exhibit, August 5

"Hot Stuff," a group show by the cooperative gallery members and guests, will open August 5th and run through September 30th. An opening reception will be held on August 19th from 3 to 5pm. More...

Talk of the Town

Happy Birthday this week to Bob Ingram from all his friends, especially from his friends at the PCN&R. More...

Medical Care & Prescription Drugs Available for Free

Financial Assistance Network in Washington, DC has just published a new booklet, "Free & Low Cost Medical Care." The booklet includes information on a how and where to get free and low cost medical care under the Federal Hill-Burton pro More...

Credit Card Fees Continue To Rise Keep an eye on your statements

Recent reports of rising credit card fees point out the need for people to read and understand their credit card agreements and monthly statements. Fees range from just a few dollars for a small cash advance to more than $30 for returned checks. More...

March Of Dimes Seeks Grantees

The Northern Metro Chapter of the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation is seeking local agencies wishing to be considered for grant funding for 2001. Agencies proposing innovative projects and a connection to the March of Dimes More...

AHA Home Tip Creative Homebuyers Win the Bidding Wars

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Talia Donato To Wed Kristoffer Johnson

Dennis and Bonnie Donato of Garrison are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Talia, to Mr. Kristoffer Johnson, son of James and Bonnie Johnson of Beacon, New York. More...

Quilting Guild’s Latest Creation Ready To Be Raffled

The Quilting Guild of the Julia L. Butterfield Library has announced that this year More...

Artist To Exhibit At Whistlestop Gallery In Garrison

Theo will exhibit her recent collections in clay, collage and jewelry at the Whistlestop Gallery in Garrison with an opening reception on Friday, August 18, from 6 to 9 pm. More...

Narcotics Enforcement Unit Arrests Lincolndale Man

After an investigation by the Sheriff More...

Local Youth Spend Week At Upstate Boy Scout Camp

A group of Scouts from Philipstown Troop 437 recently spent a fun-filled and busy week at Curtis S. Reed Boy Scout Camp near Lake George. More...

2000 P.S.L. Playoffs Begin

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New York City Watershed Land Acquisition Program Goes Over 25,000 Acre Mark Since 1997, over 6,000 acres in Putnam have been purchased

Commissioner Joel A. Miele Sr., P.E., of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced last week that DEP More...

West Nile Virus Detected In Mosquitoes For First Time This Year No cases found in Putnam yet

New York State Health Commissioner, Antonia C. Novello, M.D., M.P.H., announced on July 17th that the State Health Department for the first time this year identified preliminary evidence of West Nile Virus in mosquitoes. More...

Markus Bracke Engaged To Chenoa Lencewicz

Mr. And Mrs. Robert Lencewicz, of Billerica, Ma, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Chenoa Lencewicz, to Mr. Markus Bracke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Horst Bracke of Garrison. Ms. More...

Electricians Union Recruit Apprentices

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 363, will conduct recruitment from August 1 through January 31 for 10 apprentices, State Labor Commissioner James J. McGowan announced in July. More...

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