November 15, 2000 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Staley/Gretzinger Contributes To Local Arts Organizations

Staley/Gretzinger clothing store raised $10,700 through an Art Object Silent Auction and 15% of their October store sales which they donated to the Garrison Art Center, the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival and the Philipstown Depot Theatre. More...

Desmond-Fish Library Honors Franciscan Brother Denis Sennett, S.A.

Internships in history available More...

Thanksgiving Celebration At Butterfield Library

To celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, the Butterfield Library will be hosting two craft programs. Children between the ages 3 and 5 are invited to join Judy Bartush for a Preschool Craft Party on Thursday, November 16th at 11:45am. More...

Hudson Valley Home Builder Sentenced Felony plea results in jail time and restitution to Putnam Valley homeowners

Attorney General Eliot Spitzer announced November 8th, that a former Hudson Valley home construction contractor has been sentenced to six months in jail, five years probation, and ordered to make restitution to victims from whom he stole hundreds of More...

Charitable Giving Can Be Rewarding In More Than One Way

The holiday season has a way of bringing out the best in people - particularly in terms of helping others. Each year, in efforts to helping the less fortunate, millions of Americans contribute to charities. More...

Boscobel’s Museum Shop Holiding Holiday Sale

Beginning Wednesday, November 15 through Sunday, November 26, the Museum Shop at Boscobel will have its annual holiday sale. More...

Central Hudson Acquires Beacon Hydroelectric Unit

Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation has acquired the 927-kilowatt Groveville Mills hydroelectric plant on the Fishkill Creek in the City of Beacon. More...

Haldane’s 1932 Football Team Remembered submitted by Al Santivenere

Pictured above is a team photo of Haldane More...

5-Year-Old Cold Spring Resident And Her Grandma Win Nickelodeon Cooking Contest

5-year-old Cold Spring resident Anna Ledwith and her grandmother Fran Murphy of Florida are the winners of Nickelodeon More...

Police Activity

Sheriff More...

Talk of the Town

...Because of our early Thanksgiving publication next week, our copy and ad deadline is THIS FRIDAY. Note the ad elsewhere in this paper. The office will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday, November 22 & 23 for Thanksgiving. More...

Peekskill Pastors To Hold Five-Community Thanksgiving Services

The Peekskill Area Pastors Association will sponsor religious services of thanksgiving once again this year, in five communities in the region. More...

Discount Mattress Dealer Forced To Reform Ad Claims

Attorney General Eliot Spitzer announced November 13th settlement with a leading discount mattress dealer accused of false advertising and deceptive business practices. More...

Governor Pataki Announces WW II Oral History Initiative New project will help preserve veterans’ legacy, New York’s military heritage

In honor of Veterans Day, Governor Pataki announced on November 11th, a new initiative to record the personal histories of New York State veterans who served in the U.S. military during World War II. More...

Friends Of The Desmond-Fish Library Ninth Annual Holiday Gift Bazaar Planned

It is that time of the year when the Friends of the Desmond Fish Library salute their Ninth Annual Holiday Gift Bazaar with a Champagne Opening on Friday, November 24 from 6 to 9 pm. in the Library More...

Venison Preparation Explained

The 2000 deer hunting season forecast calls for another big year for hunters in New York State. Many successful hunters will have a deer to cut up and freeze for winter meals. More...

Weekly Poll

How extensive should parking changes be in downtown Cold Spring?




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