August 8, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

PV Garbage Tax Referendum: Benefit Basis vs. Ad Valorem

Putnam Valley Weighs Pros and Cons of Each More...

Putnam’s First Intertribal Pow Wow To Take Place

Putnam Visitors Bureau is proud to present Putnam County More...

Coming Events

 

Schools

Paul Rieckhoff Graduates From Officer Candidate School

On July 1, 2001 in a ceremony held at Camp Smith in Cortlandt Manor, Paul J. Rieckhoff graduated as a member of the New York State Army National Guard Officer Candidate School Class of 2001 and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, US Army. More...

SUNY Empire State College To Hold Information Sessions At Hudson Valley Locations

SUNY Empire State College will hold public information sessions throughout August at its Hudson Valley locations. More...

Phillip Barber Named To Dean’s List

Phillip Barber, son of Rose and Michael Barber of Garrison, was named to the Dean More...

Briefly Noted

Coin Collectors To Meet

The Croton River Numismatic Society of Carmel, New York (a coin club) will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, August 21, in the Guideposts cafeteria located on Seminary Hill Road in Carmel at 7:30pm. 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...

Growin’ Herbs Down In The Garden

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Putnam County is presenting a program "Growin More...

Sports News

"2001, A Softball Oddity"

The 2001 P.S.L. season was a strange and quirky year, highlighted by many odd firsts. More...

Scanga Woodworking Crowned Champion Of Philipstown Softball

Moore Cement and Scanga Woodworking battled for the championship last week to determine who would earn the honor of Philipstown Softball League Champion. This match-up was a rematch of last year More...

County-Wide Legislature Redistricting Public Hearing Set For Wednesday Philipstown and Putnam Valley Legislature districts to be examined

On Wednesday, August 8, a public hearing will be held in Carmel at the Putnam County Office building to discuss redistricting of the nine legislative districts within the County. More...

Putnam Valley Board of Education Hires Teachers and Groundskeeper for the Fall

The Putnam Valley Board of Education approved eleven new appointments at its monthly meeting on Thursday, July 25. More...

Residents Say Engineer’s Report Finds Lake Surprise Road "Unsafe" For Increased Usage

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Putnam County Veteran’s Retirement Home To Open

The Putnam County Office for the Aging will be the managing agent for the new Putnam County Veteran More...

Meeting Videos from PCN&R


Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Local Blood Drive A Success To The Editor,

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Try The Gelato

John Teagle More...

Pataki Did The Right Thing Dear Editor,

Over the past several weeks, media reports across New York and the nation have asked the question whether Governor Pataki would truly earn his conservation legacy in the heated battle of GE versus the Hudson River. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Agnes Vera Rathjen

Agnes Vera Rathjen, age 99 a life-long area resident died on Monday Aug. 6, 2001 at the Heritage Heights Nursing Home in Danbury, Ct. Born in Cold Spring on Sept. 9, 1901 she was the daughter of the late Willis and Clara (Scott) McKeel. More...

Francis T. Thorburn

Francis (Frank) T. Thorburn age 63 of Cold Spring died on Friday Aug. 3, 2001 at St. Luke More...

Julia Johnson

Julia Johnson, age 86, of Cold Spring died on Saturday, August 4, 2001 at St Luke More...

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