June 6, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Republicans Brace For Summer Race

After its recent convention in Mahopac, the local Republican Party in Putnam County has been providing the best and worst of politics to the voters. The best is a high level of competition and the offering up of distinct candidate choices. More...

Graymoor Friars And National Park Service Sign Agreement On Appalachian Trail

The V. Rev. Arthur M. More...

 

Schools

Haldane Students Visit Sculpture Gardens

Haldane third grade artists visited The Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens at Pepsico World Headquarters in Purchase on May 10th. The students prepared for the visit by viewing slides of the sculptures they would see. More...

Haldane Artists Create Wall Sculpture

Haldane fifth and sixth grade artists created a wall sculpture inspired by the artists Frank Stella More...

Haldane And Beacon Share Exchange Concerts

The Haldane Junior High School Band and the Rombout Middle School Band from Beacon, recently completed a series of Exchange Concerts. The main purpose of the event was to provide musical enrichment and a type of cultural exchange for the students. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Ronald Edward Bodge

Ronald Edward Bodge, age 62, of Spring Hill, Florida, died May 29, 2001 at Oak Hill Hospital, FL. More...

Jerome Franklin Jones

Jerome Franklin Jones died on Wednesday, May 23, 2001. A long-time Cold Spring resident and Bon Vivant, he will be remembered alwsays for his lovable caustic wit. More...

Sports News

PARC To Hold Annual Golf Outing

Putnam Associated Resource Centers (PARC) will be hosting their 4th annual Flanagans Golf Outing at the country club at Lake Mac Gregor on Wednesday, July 25th. More...

Hudson River Rebels Play Well At Hudson Valley Joust

The Hudson River Rebels came to play at this year More...

Haldane Mod Baseball Defeats Spackenkill

The Haldane modified baseball team moved past the halfway mark on their season last week with a win against Spackenkill in a game played at Mayor More...

Principal Mary Barresi To Leave Garrison School

On Monday, June 4, students of the Garrison Union Free School were sent home with a letter from principal Mary F. Barresi saying that she would not return as principal in September. More...

Town Board Considers Changes To Wetlands Regs

At a May 30 workshop meeting, the Philipstown Town Board met with Wetlands Inspector Steve Coleman and Wetlands Advisory Committee (WAC) Chairwoman Gretchen Sprague to consider the WAC More...

Plan For Putnam County Wastewater Diversion Nearing Completion Safe drinking water may be Bondi’s legacy to the people of Putnam County

Many politicians have a defining project that exemplifies their time as a leader. More...

Putnam Valley Residents, Consultants And Government Finalize Elements For Master Plan

Billy Crowder and the Master Plan Committee presented the first public information meeting about the Master Plan on May 23rd at the PVHS Performing Arts Center. An attendance of 11 town officials and 12 residents, out of the town More...

High School Playing Field Completion At Mercy Of Weather Should be completed by early July

Last Saturday when the rain stopped, Athletic Director for Putnam Valley Schools William Conroy was checking on the progress of the installation of the multi-purpose playing field. "There wasn More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Haldane Should Do What It Takes To Keep Mr. Stella

Editor, More...

The Wrong Man Is Leaving Dear Editor,

I was saddened to read in last week More...

GAC Signs Missing Editor,

As a not for profit community art center GAC depends on its annual fundraisers to support the general operating budget. More...

Births

Richard Thomas Gleason

A son, Richard Thomas Gleason, was born on May 22, 2001 at the Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt Manor to Gerry and Rich Gleason of Putnam Valley. More...

Fiona Caitlyn Brady

A daughter, Fiona Caitlyn Brady, was born on May 25, 2001 at the Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt Manor to Sally Anne and George Brady of Cold Spring. More...

Briefly Noted

Kingston To Open Museums Free Of Charge For One Day

Hudson Valley residents will have an unusual opportunity to discover the secrets of Kingston More...

AHA Home Tip

Is there no end in sight to the energy bill blues? The average heating bill for homes heated by natural gas was over $1,000 last winter. More...

Mental Health Association Beginning Membership Drive

The Mental Health Association in Putnam County, Inc. (MHA) has begun its 2001 Membership Drive. MHA is a non-profit organization whose mission is improving the quality of life for those coping with mental illness. More...

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