October 25, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

Personnel Committee Prepares For County Vehicle Buying Process

Directly following a long Physical Services discussion, the Putnam County Legislature More...

Putnam County Foreclosed Property To Be Sold To Public

At their October 19th meeting, the Putnam County Legislature More...

Philipstown Town Board Whittles Away At 2001 Budget

At an October 18 workshop meeting devoted to the 2001 Philipstown budget, the Philipstown Town Board worked at reducing the "A" General Fund section of the proposed budget (which covers funding for general townwide services, including the V More...

Language Of Proposed Steep Terrain Law Renews Soil Mining Questions

At the October 11 weekly workshop meeting of the Philipstown Town Board, a final review of the proposed Steep Terrain legislation produced questions about language in the law referring to soil mining in Philipstown. More...

Putnam Valley Man Stabbed At The Stadium Bar After World Series Game #1

Saturday night, October 22, a 23-year-old Putnam Valley man was stabbed at The Stadium Restaurant/Bar in the Town of Philipstown. The victim was stabbed in the chest during a fight in the parking lot, after World Series game #1. More...

 

Schools

Haldane Strides Against Breast Cancer

Six Haldane School NYSUT and CSEA members walked in the American Cancer Society More...

Alexandra Gunn Set For New Challenge: Leadership Education

Miss Alexandra Gunn of Garrison has been selected to attend The National Young Leaders Conference (NYLC) from October 24 to October 29, 2000 in Washington, D.C. More...

Nicholas Canaan Spends Semester In London

Nicholas Canaan, a junior at Colgate University, is among 15 students participating in the university More...

Sports News

Dan Knitzer Making Name For Himself On Orange County Bulldogs

Former Haldane H.S. Class of More...

James Baird Golf Course Extends Season Into December

The operating season for the James Baird Golf Course in LaGrange will be extended from the Friday following Election Day through December 17th, according to Jayne McLaughlin, Regional Director for the Taconic Region of the NYS Office of Parks, Recrea More...

The Girls Of October

Groundskeeper, Jerry Irish put out the extra effort and the rain held off to give the Garrison Girls an opportunity to perform on their home field for the first time this season. More...

PUBLIC NOTICE

Philipstown residents are reminded that it is against the code to deposit leaves, debris or snow onto the public roads of the Town. Violations of this code can result in fines. More...

Legislator Tamagna Presents His Platform For The Future

Putnam County Legislator Vincent Tamagna presents here his platform for the future of Philipstown, which prioritizes taxes, roads, the environment and schools as top issues in his drive for a third term as Putnam County Legislator. More...

Louis H. Liotti, Candidate For Town Justice, States Position

"The principle of the fair and firm administration of justice is the bulwark of our society. We in Philipstown have been privileged to have had elected judges who have given this principle real meaning in our Justice Court. More...

Putnam Valley Hears Multitude Of Committee Reports At Monthly Town Board Meeting School Board honored during NYS School Board Recognition Week

At the Putnam Valley Town Board meeting held October 18th, Supervisor Santos read a letter from Governor Pataki proclaiming the week of October 23rd to October 27th as New York State School Board recognition week. More...

Christmas Bazaar In Putnam Valley At Tompkins Corners UMC

The warmth of Christmas in the Valley will be celebrated at the annual Christmas bazaar at the Historic Tompkins Corners United Methodist Church on Friday and Saturday, November 17th and 18th, from 10am until 4pm. More...

Former Editor And Publisher Of Putnam County News & Recorder, Bob Ingram, Dies

W. Robert Ingram, age 76, of Nelsonville, NY, died on Saturday, October 21, 2000 at his residence in Nelsonville. More...

Fatal Accident Closes Route 9 For Five Hours

Monday morning More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Break Out Your Money For UNICEF Dear Editor:

It More...

Cast Your Vote For Scuccimarra To My Friends and Neighbors,

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Congresswoman Sue Kelly Editor:

I immigrated to this country from Latin America many years ago and while I love my homeland, I also love America and all it has come to mean to me and to my family. More...

Briefly Noted

Garrison Fire Dept. Visits St. Philip’s Nursery School

The children of St. Philip More...

Cub Scouts Beautify North Highlands Property Perhaps you have noticed the new perennial flower bed in front of the North Highlands Fire House?

It was installed on Saturday, October 14th by the Cub Scouts of Den 4, Pack 137. The boys of Den 4 graduate to Boy Scouts this year, and wanted to leave a lasting thank you for the North Highlands Fire Department. More...

Lari Stanton, Noreen Van Valkenburgh To Speak At St. Mary’s On November 7

The Women of St. Mary More...

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