June 13, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Governor Proposes E-ZPass Privacy Bill For Thruway Customers Legislation to protect millions of New York motorists from unwanted privacy invasion

Governor Pataki has announced that he has proposed legislation to ban the unauthorized disclosure of information from the millions of drivers who use the E-ZPass electronic toll collection system on the State Thruway, or bridges and tunnels controlle More...

Philipstown Republicans Endorse Meeks, Engelbride

The Philipstown Republican Committee held their monthly meeting last week and have endorsed incumbent Edward F. Engelbride for Council. Ed, from Cold Spring, is running for his 5th term. He is the town More...

Veterans Monument On Main Street To Be Re-dedicated

On Saturday, June 16th at 2pm at the monument near the red light (raindate Sunday, June 17th) the American Legion and the VFW would like to invite the public to attend a dedication ceremony to recognize those veterans who gave their lives in war and More...

Philipstown Democrats Select Slate For November Elections

The Democratic Committee of Philipstown has selected three candidates for this fall More...

Coming Events

 

Schools

Christopher Barrie Recognized By St. Bonaventure University

Christopher C. Barrie of Garrison was recognized at the St. Bonaventure University honors luncheon as part of the University More...

Michael Bishop Awarded Degree

Michael Bishop of Cold Spring was awarded a degree from the New York School of the Arts, Manhattan College, on May 22, 2001. More...

BOCES Board To Meet

The regular meeting of the Board of Putnam/Northern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) will be held on Tuesday, June 12 at 4:00 pm in the Board Room of the School Services Building, The public is invited. More...

Briefly Noted

Community Effort Makes Plantings Possible

Because of the support of Mayor Phillips, the generosity of the Cold Spring/Garrison Chamber of Commerce, the dedication of the Highway Department and the energy of volunteers, plantings beneath the trees on Main Street are flourishing. More...

Talk of the Town

...Happy Birthday to Sylvia Lyons, who celebrated her birthday on June 8th. More...

AHA Home Tip - Understand Your Listing Agreement

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Nelsonville Fire Department To Dissolve 78-Year Old Organization Felled By Lack Of Volunteers

At the June 4 meeting of the Nelsonville Board of Trustees, it was announced that the Nelsonville Fire Department has officially requested their dissolution, signaling the final chapter for the all-volunteer organization, which was established in 192 More...

Delay In County Courthouse Construction Prompts Call For More Legislature Involvement

At the Putnam County Legislature More...

Garrison School Board Accepts Principal’s Resignation Superintendent announces plan to save tree in ball field

The members of the Garrison school board, at their meeting on June 6, voted "with deep regret" to accept the resignation of Garrison School Principal Mary Barresi. Barresi More...

Public Notice

The Nelsonville Village Board will hold a special meeting at 7pm on Monday, June 18th at the Village Office on Main Street. More...

Town Board Considers Rt 9 & 9D Zoning Changes

Ban on dogs in Town Park debated More...

Putnam County Celebrates Cancer Survivorship At The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life More than 4,000 turn out for annual celebration

Despite the clouds and rain showers throughout the day, luminaria candles lit up the night for teams of participants celebrating survivorship at the American Cancer Society More...

808 "Y" Volunteer Alumni Keep "The American Dream" Alive At Camp Combe

by Edward Paul Greiff More...

Meeting Videos from PCN&R


Focus on Philipstown

Obituaries  Free Access 

Mary A. McCaffrey

Mary A. McCaffrey, age 88, a lifelong Cold Spring resident died at her residence on Wednesday, June 6, 2001. More...

Earl Francis Upton

Services for Earl Francis Upton, 75, of Lawton, Oklahoma, were held on June 13, 2001 at the Lawton Ritter Gray Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. William F. Watkins, associate pastor of First Baptist Church, officiating. More...

Graveside Services For Ronald Bodge

Graveside services for Ronald Edward Bodge will be held on Saturday, June 16th at 10am at Cold Spring Cemetery. More...

Sports News

Scanga’s Stomps On The Pansies

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Children’s Father’s Day Fishing Derby At Garrison Fish & Game Club

On Sunday, June 17th, the Garrison Fish & Game Club will hold their annual Father More...

Garrison Softball Season Ends With 7-3-1 Record

The Garrison Softball Team funded the season with a very successful 7-3-1 record. More...

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