March 28, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Middle School Budget Proposals Presented To Putnam Valley Board Of Education

If interest can be judged by attendance, then there was great interest in Middle School Principal Ed Hallisey More...

Garrison BOE Considers Budget Recommendations For 01-02 Board seeks ways to lower tax burden for building project

At a March 19 meeting of the Garrison School Board, Superintendent Ellen Bergman presented a proposed budget, based on recommendations from the budget advisory committee, for the 2001-2002 school year. More...

Consultant Presents Planning Study To Philipstown Board

Community participation urged at Planning Forum, "Philipstown 2020" More...

 

Schools

PV Students Witness Creativity At Work

Putnam Valley Elementary School kindergarten and first graders got a first-hand look at how a picture book develops when author/illustrator Suse McDonald visited the school last week. More...

Haldane Musicians Visit Albany

The Haldane Blue Notes and Advanced Band were invited to participate in the "Music In Our Schools Month" celebration at the Empire State Plaza in Albany on March 21. The Blue Notes sang "Star Spangled Banner", "Another Op More...

Putnam All-County Elementary Music Festival Held At Haldane School

The Putnam All-County Elementary Music Festival 2001 was held at Haldane School on Saturday, March 4. Fifth and sixth grade musicians from Brewster, Carmel, Garrison, Haldane, Mahopac and Putnam Valley participated in the event. More...

Sports News

Four MetroStars Stars To Host Free Local Soccer Clinic In Brewster

Four standouts of Major League Soccer More...

Philipstown Recreation Youth Basketball Hi-Lites

3rd & 4th Grade Division More...

Philipstown Little League Selects April 28th As Opening Day Last clinic and Majors draft to be held this weekend

At a board meeting on March 18 it was decided that Opening Day for the Philipstown Little League will be April 28 at the 9D complex with the parade of teams onto the field at 9:30 am. More...

Capuchins Look To Sell Glenclyffe Property To OSI

Sale hinges on approval for Youth & Family Ministry building on adjacent parcel More...

Haldane 01-02 Budget Deemed Too High And Unacceptable Board continues to whittle away at numbers

The Haldane School Board continued their work on their proposed budget for the 2001-02 school year in a series of workshops held March 13th and 20th. More...

Public Notice

Due to the Town-wide clean up in April, the Landfill will be open April 7th and April 21st. The Landfill will not be open on April 14th. More...

Census Results Lower Than What County Had Believed Bondi disputes results which could have negative effect on funding for services

The US Census Bureau has reported that Putnam County has fewer than 100,000 residents, however, County Executive Bob Bondi feels the numbers should be much higher. More...

GE Defends Its Position On Dredging To Remove PCBs Sights dangers in disturbing the Hudson’s riverbed

On April 17th the EPA will cease listening to public comment and start to make a decision that will effect life in the Hudson River Valley for decades to come. More...

Putnam Valley Board Discusses $$ Received From Cablevision

Senator Leibell presents resolution; Sam Oliverio reports on county news and Library director lists schedule of April events More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Take Your Business To Companies With Better Technology

Dear Editor: More...

Not Their Responsibility?!

Editor, More...

Another Senior Who Won’t Be Forgotten Brian,

Last week The Putnam County News highlighted the seniors who have led Haldane to the State finals. One other senior that Haldane will miss is Robert Thorpe. Robert has done an exceptional job covering the Haldane sports scene and we More...

Briefly Noted

Putnam Child Advocacy Center Marking Child Abuse Prevention Month With Teddy Bear Collection

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. More...

Philipstown Community Planning Forum Will Be A Casual Weekend Affair

What do you like most about Philipstown? When you picture Philipstown in twenty years, what do you want to see? What is the most important issue facing our town? More...

Congresswoman Kelly To Be Keynote Speaker At Brewster Memorial Day Services

Veterans of Foreign Wars Brewster Post #672 announces that the Annual Memorial Day Parade and Service will be held on Monday May 29th, 2001. More...

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