November 22, 2000 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

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...Happy Birthdays this week to Bob Tipton, Ryan Allen, Marie Tompkins, Mary Jo Knapp, Kate Shaw, Angela Chefalo, Bob Blust of Sarasota, formerly of Garrison, Christopher Millard, Andrew Jones, Sr., Patricia Trimble, Kevin Junjulas, Michael Babb, Mar More...

St. Andrew’s In Brewster To Hold Annual Bazaar

From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2, the Episcopal Church Women (ECW) will host their Annual Bazaar in the Great Hall of St. Andrew More...

Governor Pataki Honors New York’s Outstanding Youths Thomas Gencarelli of Mahopac represents Putnam on list

Governor George Pataki has honored 62 of the State More...

Major Arrest in Yonkers Cigarette Tax Scam New stamp design thwarts attempt to evade taxes

New York State Commissioner of Taxation & Finance Arthur 7. More...

Franciscan Friars To Hold Advent Vesper Services

During Advent, The Franciscan Friars of the Atonement-Graymoor will celebrate Sunday vespers in Little Flower Friary Chapel at 4:15 pm. Refreshments will follow the services. More...

Putnam Child Seat Fitting Station Funded By State Grant

Putnam County Sheriff Thoubboron has announced that the Putnam County Sheriffs Department has been awarded $9,300 from the Governor More...

The 7th Annual City Of Poughkeepsie Celebration Of Lights

On Friday, December 1st, the City of Poughkeepsie along with the Bardavon, and the Poughkeepsie River District Business Association, will once again kick off the holiday season with The 7th Annual Celebration of Lights Parade and Fireworks. More...

Fishkill Historical Society Crafts Boutique This Weekend

Fishkill Historical Society is presenting the sixth annual craft boutique on November 25 -26, 10 to 4 at the Van Wyck Homestead Museum, at the junction of Route 9 and I-84. There will be artesans of the Hudson Valley and Connecticut. More...

Hudson Valley Chocolate Festival Coming To Hotel Thayer In December

If you love chocolate, then the landmark Hotel Thayer at West Point is the place to be on Sunday, December 3, from 11 am to 5 pm for the delicious and exciting Hudson Valley Chocolate Festival and Holiday Craft Show! More...

Cold Spring Area Host Families Needed Now

Foreign high school students are scheduled to arrive very soon for academic semester and year program homestays, and the sponsoring organization needs a few more local host families. More...

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Community Joins Hands To Commemorate World AIDS Day 2000

On Friday, December 1, 2000, more than twenty agencies and businesses in Peekskill and surrounding communities will join hands in an extraordinary show of support for those affected by HIV/AIDS. More...

Enjoy The Christmas Season At Beacon’s East End December events planned for shopping enjoyment

Beacon More...

Local Family Receives WWII Medals

After 56 years, the family of Pvt. Anthony J. Nastasi, who was killed in action in Southern France in 1944 while trying to capture an enemy held hill, received his war medals. More...

Friars To Host Book Signing And Reading

On Sunday, November 26th at 2 pm, Sister Ann Laforest, OCD, will read from and sign copies of her new book Therese of Lisieux-The Way to Love (Sheed & Ward, November 2000) at Little Flower Friary Chapel, Graymoor. More...

Putnam County Health Department To Honor "Home Care: The Spirit Of Health Care In The 21st Century

In honor of the nation More...

Vassar Brothers Hosts Diabetes Support

Vassar Brothers Hospital will host a program for parents of kids with Diabetes on Thursday, December 7, at 7:00 p.m. in Conference Room B. More...

Governor Announces "Remodel New York" Mortgage Program Initiative to help more New York families buy and remodel their first home

Governor Pataki announced on Friday, November 17th, "Remodel New York," a new mortgage assistance initiative through the State of New York Mortgage Agency (SONYMA) that will provide qualified first-time homebuyers with low-rate financing to More...

Cops Unite To Promote Safe And Happy Holidays

Superintendent of State Police James W. McMahon has announced the start of a 10-day, zero tolerance safety restraint enforcement blitz by police officers statewide, between November 17 - 26.. He was joined by Joseph S. More...

Giving Thanks For Those Who Make A Lifesaving Difference

As general president of the International Association of Fire Fighters, I know how often fire fighters and emergency medical personnel enter into potentially lethal situations to save the lives of others. More...

White Plains Attorney Scott M. Bishop to Speak at Free e-Commerce Seminar

Mercy College will host "Legal Issues in e-Commerce" on Monday, November 27th. Scott M. More...

Appalachian Trail Hikers Cautioned During Hunting Season

The hunting season will soon be underway. More...

Cold Spring Boat Club Releases Visitor Numbers

The Cold Spring Boat Club reports that some 3,787 persons tied up at the Clubs docks during the past summer. According to the Club More...

Cold Spring Fire Appeal Tops $12,000

The following have contributed to the 2000 Annual Appeal of the Cold Spring Fire Company, No. 1. The total collected so far is $12,695.00 . The Company thanks everyone for their generous support. More...

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