August 30, 2000 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Erica Petacchi Weds Jeffrey Kim

Erica Petacchi and Jeffrey Kim were united in marriage on May 20, 2000 at The Chapel of Our Lady in Cold Spring. A reception was held at Northgate at Dockside Harbor. More...

Mid-Hudson Bridge Club Announces Classes

The mid-Hudson Bridge Club announces lessons for beginning, intermediate and advanced players. For those who have never played bridge before, classes begin on Thursday, September 14 at 10:00 am. More...

Haldane Asks To Be Exempt From School Breakfast Program Free and reduced lunch program to continue, applications now being accepted

Haldane School has announced that they have requested an exemption for their school breakfast program for the 2000-2001 school year. According to the school district, low participation in the program has prompted this request. More...

Cornell Cooperative Offers Pesticide Training

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rockland County in cooperation with The Professional Certified Applicators Association will be offering Pesticide Training this fall. This is one of the best training programs in the industry. More...

Putnam County Domestic Violence Program Benefiting From Cellular Phone Donations

Through a campaign run by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority More...

State Police Urge Caution On The Highways This Labor Day Weekend

The Labor Day weekend, the last long weekend of the summer, can become frustrating to the many travelers who are anxious to reach their destinations as they travel along congested highways. Superintendent James W. More...

Police Report

On August 24th at approximately 7:20 pm, County Sheriff More...

Philipstown Seeking Greenway Committee Volunteers

The Town Board of Philipstown is currently seeking residents to serve on a Town Greenway Committee. This committee will recommend potential projects within the Town and also work with the Town Board on obtaining grants for the recommended projects. More...

Volunteers Needed At Women’s Resource Center

Women supporting women promotes growth, mutual strength and personal enrichment. The Putnam/Northern Westchester Women More...

Cold Spring Police Remind Drivers That School’s About To Open

The Cold Spring Police Department is urging parents to teach their children some simple safety tips before they head back to school. Very soon, hundreds of children will be walking to and from school and school buses-many for the first time. More...

Talk of the Town

Schools open next week, so please make an extra effort when driving to watch for our young ones on their way to school. More...

Putnam County Retired Teachers Association Plans Trips For Fall & Winter

The Putnam County Retired Teachers Association has established a schedule for trips they plan on taking in the upcoming fall and winter season. The dates/trips are as follows: More...

Masonic Lodge To Hold Steak Roast September 9th

The local Masonic lodge is making plans for their 45 annual Steak Roast to be held Saturday, September 9th at the Lodge on Secor Street in Nelsonville. More...

Fr. Licata Lodge In Carmel To Discuss Opera Performance

Inside the ropes and behind the scenes of putting on an opera performance! That More...

Support Connection’s 6th Annual Support-A-Walk

Support Connection, a not-for-profit organization offering free support services to people affected by breast and ovarian cancer announces that registration for the 6th Annual Support-A-Walk is underway. More...

Junior Achievement Announces Pilot Program In Hudson Valley Area

Junior Achievement, Inc. announced on Monday, August 28th that Junior Achievement of the Hudson Valley, Inc. has been selected to participate in a program pilot called JA Personal Finance this fall. More...

Coin Collectors To Meet September 13th

The Croton River Numismatic Society of Carmel will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, September 13, in the Croton Lodge Masonic Hall located on Church Street, next to Gilead Presbyterian Church, just one block off Route 6, in Carmel at 8 pm. More...

Local Residents Named To Marist Dean’s List The following students were awarded honors on the Marist College Dean’s List for the Spring 2000 semester:

Jason Bennett, a sophomore, of Cold Spring, and the son of John and Judy Bennett. More...

Pegasus Offers Fall Program For Putnam Youth

Project Pegasus, a free 10-week program for Putnam youth (ages 5-12) from families where alcohol and other substance abuse is a problem, is accepting registrations for its fall program - September 26th through November 28th. More...

Desmond-fish Library To Close For Labor Day

The Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison will be closed on Sunday, September 3rd and Monday September 4th for Labor Day. The Library will be open on Saturday, September 2nd from 10 to 4. More...

Sheriff’s Cadet Program Produces 14 Graduates

Putnam County Sheriff Thoubboron has announced that fourteen members of the Putnam County Sheriff More...

Support Connection Offers Breast Cancer Support Group In Carmel And Daytime Breast Cancer Support Group In Yorktown

Support Connection, a not-for-profit organization offering free support services to people affected by breast and ovarian cancer, is pleased to announce the continuation of two recently formed Breast Cancer Support Groups. More...

Brewster VFW To Meet September 8th

Veterans of Foreign Wars Brewster Post #672 Commander Ronald A. Lipschitz announces that the regular monthly meeting of Brewster Post VFW #672 will be held on Friday September 8th at 8 pm. More...

Governor Signs Bill To Help Localities Recover Lost Revenue Law to help communities deliver essential services, keep property taxes in check

Governor Pataki announced last week that he has signed into law legislation to allow localities to convert delinquent property tax liens into revenue, helping them stabilize local property tax rates and ensure sufficient resources are available to de More...

Philipstown Town Board To Discuss Length Of Service Award Program

The Town Board of the Town of Philipstown will hold a regular meeting following the public hearings that will begin at 6:45 pm on August 30th at the Town Hall, Cold spring. The tentative agenda is as follows: More...

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