September 19, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Town Board Decides To Pave East. Mtn. Rd. North

Board looks at proposal to build self-storage units on Rt. 9 More...

Grassroots Gatherings And Prayer Services Held In County Many turn to faith for comfort in time of sorrow

In Cold Spring, more than two hundred people gathered around the waterfront park gazebo at 7:00 p.m. on Friday night for a candlelight vigil, which had sprung up as a grass-roots effort. More...

YMCA Vice President Jeff Rumpf Leaves A Legacy Of Success At Putnam Valley Camp Combe

Given the terrible events of September 11, the words of YMCA Vice President Jeff Rumpf as he reflected back on eight years of accomplishments with the YMCA become even more meaningful:

"It always amazes me how good people can be, and how hatred disappears if people are given the right matrix." More...

 

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Fill In The Blank Dear Editor,

It is not enough to address a letter to my family, friends and neighbors of Philipstown. In so many ways, our community has expanded as a result of this last week More...

Any Other Day To the Editor,

You left home for work like any day, not knowing what was to come. As you take your seat on the train your thoughts are on the work you must do today, "will the market rise or fall? Should we buy or sell? More...

This Is A Very Sad Time To the Editor,

This past week has taken us through so many huge feelings and often we don More...

Sports News

Haldane Varsity Soccer Begins With Tough Loss

On Sept. 10th, the Haldane Boy More...

Seahawks Lose A Tough One

The Jr. Pee Wee Seahawks played this Sunday against New Paltz. It was a gorgeous afternoon with a cool breeze and a bright sun. More...

Philipstown Recreation Soccer Highlights 6 Thru 8th Grade Division

Gregorio Contracting 1, Jaymark Jewelers 1 - In an exciting game Gregorio Contracting and Jaymark Jewelers went into the 4th quarter tied at 0-0. Eluid Suarez led a breakout and scored for Jaymark. More...

Putnam County Responds To WTC Disaster

County Legislature & Administration mobilize relief effort More...

County Budget Talks Continue In Shadow Of Disaster

Budget meetings continued last week despite the extraordinary events that unfolded in New York City. More...

Garrison Man Has A Personal Relationship With Lost Towers

"I was proud of that project - I am still proud of it. But it was one I never thought I More...

Area Students Step Up And Contribute To Relief Efforts

Firefighters and EMT More...

Philipstown Considers Building Moratorium While Writing New Comprehensive Plan

Townwide Cleanup scheduled for Sept. 29 and Oct. 13 More...

Focus on Philipstown

Briefly Noted

Pilgrim Hall At Graymoor To Remain Open 24hrs To Support Spiritual Needs Following WTC Events

Because of the need for people to pull together for emotional and spiritual support following the recent terrorist attacks, Pilgrim Hall at Graymoor, home of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement, will remain open 24-hours-a-day, for 30 days. More...

AHA Home Tip How To Buy A Fireplace

With fall More...

9/11 Eyewitness

My second day of federal district court jury duty started out with the Metro North conductor forgetting to collect my ticket. Well, this is my lucky day, I thought. But the day was Tuesday, September 11, 2001 and I was heading into Lower Manhattan. More...

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