January 31, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Technology A Focal Point At Haldane School Board Meeting Recent independent school facility survey deems all three buildings unsatisfactory

The Haldane Board of Education meeting was held in the school library on January 25 in order to facilitate a presentation on technology by BOCES representatives Eleanor Arita, Peter Reilly, Mark Samos and John Hall. More...

Legislature Continues Deliberations On County Vehicle Policy Drawing the line between county and personal use of cars

On Thursday January 25th, the Putnam County Legislature More...

Putnam Valley Performing Arts Center Hosts All-County Concert This Weekend New school performance space will shine on opening night

From the entrance on Peekskill Hollow Road to the turnaround in the upper parking lot, it is a full 3/10ths of a mile drive, but parents and visitors will be making that trip this Saturday to attend the PCMEA (Putnam County Music Educator More...

Construction Bids Soon To Be Awarded By Garrison School Board appoints lawyer for school forest review

At the January 25 regular monthly meeting of the Garrison School Board, Superintendent Ellen Bergman reported that the school More...

Schools

Vanessa Horgan On Dean’s List At SUNY Cortland

Vanessa Horgan, daughter of Doris and Maurice Horgan of Cold Spring, has been named to the Dean More...

SUNY Empire State College To Hold Information Sessions At Hudson Valley Locations

SUNY Empire State College will hold public information sessions throughout February at its Hudson Valley locations. More...

Amy Peterson Named To Dean’s List

Middlebury College, Middlebury Vermont, has named Amy Peterson of Cold Spring, to its Dean More...

Briefly Noted

Sue Kelly To Chair House Financial Services Subcommittee On Oversight And Investigations Consumer protection will be her top priority

U.S. Rep. Sue Kelly (R-Katonah) has been named Chair of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. More...

Lt. Governor Encourages Minorities To Join State Police Exam application deadline is February 1

Lt. Governor Mary O. Donohue was joined by State Police Superintendent James W. McMahon and Bronx Borough President Fernando Ferrer on Monday, January 22nd in an effort to encourage minorities to become New York State Trooper candidates. More...

IRS Tax Tip - Taxable Or Nontaxable?

Generally, most income you receive is taxable. But there are some areas where certain types of income are partially taxed or not taxed at all. More...

Philipstown Board Approves Garrison Golf Course Draft Scoping Document

On Wednesday evening, January 24th the Town Board of the Town of Philipstown unanimously approved the Draft Scoping Document presented on behalf of the Garrison Golf Course by surveyor Glen Watson and the golf course More...

Cold Spring Police Chase Down Robbery Suspects Second perpetrator caught by NYS Trooper near Rock Street

On Thursday, January 25, 2001 at about 1:35 pm, the Cold Spring Police Department received a call from an employee of the Grand Union Supermarket on Chestnut St. More...

Sheriff Thoubboron On His Own Says County Exec & Legislature Chairman As Appeal Fails To Clear Sheriff In Civil Rights Case

Putnam County Executive Bob Bondi and Putnam County Legislative Chairman Bob Pozzi released a joint statement on Friday, January 26th, saying the County would no longer pay for the legal defense for Sheriff Robert Thoubboron in his efforts to clear h More...

Trio Recognized For Saving Life of Elderly Woman

Three members of the Philipstown Volunteer Ambulance Corps have been recognized for- saving the life of an elderly Cold Spring woman. More...

Putnam Valley Board Of Education Approves Funds For ELA/Math Academy Move into new high school is proceeding smoothly

At a meeting of the Putnam Valley School Board last Thursday, January 25th, primarily devoted to mid-year reports, High School Principal Raymond Cooper presented the need for additional funds for an ELA/Math Academy program. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

OBITUARIES OBITUARY Ruth M. Ott

Ruth M. Ott, age 95, of Peekskill, NY formerly of Garrison, died on Sunday, January 28, 2001 at her residence. More...

Patricia Donovan

Patricia Donovan, R.N., C.P.N.P., age 62 of Hartsdale died on Wednesday, January 24, 2001 at Calvary Hospital, Bronx, NY. Daughter of the late Patrick and Frances O More...

Sports News

Philipstown Youth Basketball Highlites January 27 5th & 6th Grade Division

Geoffrey & Adam Rohan both had an outstanding game, scoring 10 pts. each for John D. Svirsky, Inc. (Coach Erick Richter & Joe Virgadamo) Nick Ely & Chad Nelson were excellent on defense. For Robert A. McCaffrey, Realty Inc. More...

Garrison Girls Basketball Update

The Garrison Girls Basketball team continued their winning ways last week, in a home and away series against Tuckahoe, followed by a home game versus Blind Brook. More...

KeyBank/Rehab Women’s Cup Challenge and Golf Clinic To Be Held

The fifth annual KeyBank/Rehab Women More...

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