April 4, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Sue Kelly Announces 20th Annual Congressional High School Art Competition

U.S. Rep. Sue Kelly is inviting area high school students to participate in the 20th Annual Congressional Arts Competition. More...

Community Meetings Scheduled For Putnam Valley, Philipstown

In a continuing effort to serve all the people of Putnam County, Putnam County Executive Robert J. Bondi has announced the scheduling of two community meetings in Philipstown and Putnam Valley. More...

Cold Spring Water Department Schedules Hydrant Flush

The Cold Spring Village Water Department has scheduled a hydrant flush of the entire distribution system beginning on Sunday, April 8th, at 9 pm. More...

Shadow Play Presented At Putnam Valley Elementary School Work of area author adapted

When author Jennings Michael Burch visits Putnam Valley Elementary School, something he has done many times in the past 13 years, the students usually ask him, according to fourth grade teacher Scott Sperling, what is the worst thing he had to endure More...

 

Schools

Cold Spring Residents On Marist Dean’s List

Three Cold Spring residents were named to the Marist College Dean More...

Haldane Kindergarten Family Sing - Along

Haldane Kindergarten students performed in a Family Sing - Along on March 15th. They sang songs to celebrate their learning units so far this year. For September they sang More...

The Haldane Faculty Association Holds Food Drive

The Haldane Faculty Association in conjunction with NYSUTC (New York State United Teachers) held their annual food drive for the needy. $350.00 and 166 pounds of food were collected for the Philipstown Food Pantry in Cold Spring. More...

Briefly Noted

Stonecrop Gardens Will Open To The Public To Benefit The Garden Conservancy

Stonecrop Gardens will open to the public on five dates to benefit the Open Days Program of The Garden Conservancy. On May 6, May 20, June 3, July 7 and September 9, 2001 Stonecrop will welcome visitors from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. More...

Free Child Safety Seat Check

Alamo Ambulance Service, an affiliate of Vassar Brothers Hospital, will host a free Child Seat Safety Check on Wednesday, April 25th from 5 to 7 pm. More...

Pegasus Program Seeks Participants

Project Pegasus is a confidential educational program for children, ages 5 through 12 years old, who have a parent or family member suffering from alcoholism or from drug dependencies. This program is free to Putnam County residents. More...

Bad Weather Has County Sales Tax Revenues Down Sensible commercial growth may be key to stable revenue

At the Putnam County Legislature More...

Garrison BOE Opts To Use School Repair Funds To Lower Tax Burden For Building Project Community has chance to approve board’s decision at May referendum vote

The Garrison School Board held a public hearing on Monday, March 26, to discuss using money from the school More...

County May Lose Off Track Betting Revenues Legislature moves to block NYC’s attempt to privatize OTB

It was reported by the Audit Committee at its legislative meeting on Monday, March 26th that Putnam County may lose one of its most important sources of revenue if a resolution within the state is passed to allow privatization of Off Track Betting facilit

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Cold Spring Police Receive Complaints Of Car Vandalism, Theft

On Friday, March 23, the Cold Spring Police Department received a number of complaints from residents in various parts of the village. The complaints ranged from a broken car window, stolen car stereos to one case of the overnight theft of a resident More...

Melinda O’Brien Takes Over As Theater Manager At Depot Theatre

The Philipstown Depot Theatre has named Melinda O More...

Multi-Media Tourism Center Proposed For Putnam Valley

Marie Zarcone and Kate Lucarello of the Putnam Valley Economic Revitalization Corporation, (PVER Corp.), are readying their proposal for a "Regional Hudson Valley Multi-Media Tourism Center," to be presented to the Putnam Valley Planning Bo More...

Rumor At PV Elementary Leads To Letter Home

Sheriff Robert Thoubboron reported that on March 30th, at approximately 9:20 am, the Putnam Valley Central School on Oscawana Lake Road received a rumor that there was an individual in the vicinity who may pose a threat to a district employee. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

California Basketball Fan With Hometown Connection Dear Editor:

Congratulations to the Haldane Blue Devils boys & girls basketball teams on a tremendous season! As a former Cold Spring resident now living in California, I have been following the Blue Devils More...

Chitwood Is Not Worthy Of Being Newspaper Editor

Brian, More...

The Extra Tax Money Isn’t Worth It

Editor, More...

Births

Birth Announcements Emily Ann Hajkowski and Elizabeth Ann Hajkowski

Twin girls, Emily Ann and Elizabeth Ann Hajkowski, were born on March 21, 2001 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt to Lisa and George Hajkowski Jr. of LaGrangeville. More...

Eileen Anita Pfannes

A daughter Eileen Anita Pfannes was born on March 6, 2001 at Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC to Susette and Thomas Pfannes of Salisbury, NC. More...

Sports News

Basketball Seniors Play One More Together

The basketball season ended two weeks ago for the boys More...

Philipstown Softball League To Meet

A preliminary meeting of the Philipstown Softball League to plan for the 2001 season will take place on Tuesday evening, April 10 at 6:30 pm at the Highlander More...

Weekly Poll

Considering the recent rash of vandalism at Butterfield, are you in favor of fencing the property until demolition begins?




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