March 21, 2001 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

NY Air Guard Relief Mission Bound For El Salvador Flight from Newburgh carries thousands of pounds of supplies to aid quake victims

A New York Air National Guard cargo jet loaded with thousands of tons of relief supplies bound for earthquake-stricken El Salvador took off early March 16th from Stewart Airport in Newburgh. More...

Boscobel Opens For Its Fortieth Season

Boscobel opens for the season on April 1, with many exciting special events planned for 2001. Forty years ago, on May 21, 1961, Boscobel was formally dedicated and opened to the public. More...

Mt. Gulian Beginning Summer Camp Plans

Difficult as it may be to conjure up images of hot summer days, given the two feet of snow on the ground, now is the time for parents to make plans for their children More...

Free Mental Health Information

The Mental Health Association in Putnam County, Inc. (MHA), through a grant from the Gannett Foundation, is pleased to offer a free brochure each week on a different mental health topic. This week More...

Cancer Society Hosts Successful Forum On "Treatment Of Beast And Ovarian Cancer: An Update For Cancer Survivors"

The American Cancer Society (ACS) hosted "Treatment of Breast and Ovarian Cancer: An Update for Cancer Survivors" on March 8th at the Mahopac Falls Volunteer Fire Department. More...

Putnam County Youth Forum March 27th

Many agencies seek an "active youth voice" when planning, carrying out and evaluating programs. Youth input is a valuable tool in creating positive, meaningful experiences for youth that goes beyond token participation in a program. More...

Putnam County "Habitat For Humanity" Chapter Being Explored

Putnam County residents are invited to attend an Open Meeting on: Thursday, March 29 at 7:30 pm at Guidepost Cafeteria, on Seminary Hill Road in Carmel. (Parking in the back of the building) More...

Beacon American Legion Post Hosts Memorial Day Parade

The American Legion Beacon Post 203 will be sponsoring the Memorial Day Parade and services in Beacon on May 28th. The parade will start at 9am on South Avenue and Main Street. All organizations are invited to be in the parade. More...

Police Activity

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Sheriff’s Dept. "Are You OK" Phone System Saves Woman’s Life

On the morning of March 10, the Sheriff More...

Fact And Fiction Of Sybil Ludington At Southeast Museum Lecture

It was a rainy night in 1777 when 16-year-old Sybil Ludington earned both local and national fame by riding her horse through the woods of Putnam County to raise the call to arms for her father More...

Opportunity For "Senior" Artists At Putnam Arts Council

The Putnam Arts Council is pleased to invite "senior" artists to participate in its More...

Pataki Proposes Criminal Penalties For Road Rage

Governor George E. More...

Bear Mountain Plans Easter Bear Activities

The Easter Bunny wouldn More...

New York Medical College Conference Focuses On Health Needs Of Immigrants

The Graduate School of Health Sciences of New York Medical College will host the 2nd Annual Public Health Conference on Friday, March 23, entitled "Developing a Strategic Plan for Meeting the Health Care Needs of the Growing Immigrant Population More...

Mitzvah Day April 29

The third annual area Mitzvah Day is coming on Sunday, April 29. The event represents one day of concerted volunteer effort by hundreds of mid-Hudson Valley residents, uniting to benefit a wide array of community agencies and public facilities. More...

Free Coin Appraisals In Carmel March 31st

A dime made in the early 1940 More...

Senior Citizens Get Financial Relief With A Little Help From Uncle Sam

With age, comes wisdom, knowledge, experience - and a few tax breaks. More...

World TB Day - March 24

What is the leading killer of women of child-bearing age in the world today? Tuberculosis. This malady, known to the ancient Egyptians continues to spread disease, disability, and death, especially in the poorest nations. More...

Local 4-H Club Attends Agricultural Show In Paris

On February 22, members of the Barnyard Critters 4-H Club attended the world More...

Police Activity

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Talk of the Town

...Happy Birthday to Andrew Mayo, who turned 19 years old on March 12th. More...

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