October 10, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Village of Nelsonville Deals With Parking Problems And Routine Matters

At the October 1 monthly meeting of the Village of Nelsonville, residents of a home on Pearl Street voiced their objections to the passage last month of a law prohibiting parking on their side of the street. More...

Betty Budney States Positions On Issues Facing Philipstown

"There are major issues I wish to address as I seek a fourth term on the Philipstown Town Board. Many of them arose in the three-day 2020 Forum so many of you attended this spring. At that forum, I listened to people More...

Planned Paving Of East Mountain Road Ignites Controversy

The Philipstown Town Board More...

Virginia Connolly Winners Announced

For the past twenty-five years, the Putnam Valley Library Board of Trustees has presented the Virginia Connolly award for distinguished voluntary public service to a Putnam Valley resident who has made a marked contribution to the quality of life in More...

 

Schools

Putnam Valley Elementary Awarded Grant for Literacy Project

The night of Tuesday, September 25 brought a lot of pride to Putnam Valley Elementary School as their "Integrated Literacy Project" was awarded a grant and honored in a reception by the Education and Learning Coalition of Westchester and Pu More...

Haldane High School Class Officers

Haldane High School students held elections for class officers in September. The senior class officers are President - Heather Moore; Vice-President - Pat Moroney; Secretary - Jessica Cooper; and Treasurer - Ilona Bozsik. More...

Haldane Offers Crisis Training

Haldane principals Maggie Davis and Paul Tobin arranged for a speaker from Israel, who specializes in the area of anxiety resulting from terrorist actions, to present a workshop on September 27th. More...

Briefly Noted

Vassar Brothers To Host Breast Cancer Screening

Vassar Brothers Hospital will host a free breast cancer screening on Saturday, October 20 from 8am to noon in the hospital More...

Local Restaurants Participate In Relief Drive For World Trade Center Workers And Families

On Thursday, October 11th, 3 restaurants from the Cold Spring/Garrison area will be donating a percentage of that evenings income to the Windows of Hope Family Relief Fund set up to aid the families of the workers at the Window on the World, the rest More...

New Executive Director Appointed At Historical Society

John A. Calabro, President of the Putnam County Historical Society & Foundry School Museum in Cold Spring, announced that the Board of Trustees has appointed Martha M. More...

County Legislature Condemns Terrorist Acts; Pledges Support of Bush, Pataki & Giuliani

Several organizations in County honored More...

Watershed Restrictions Following Terrorist Attacks Watershed Agreement due for 5-year review

There will be no hiking, fishing, hunting or recreation of any kind on any of the lands comprising the New York City Watershed for the foreseeable future. More...

County Budget Hearing Held, But Nothing Is Heard

The Putnam County Legislature is nothing if not prompt. And, anyone who showed up more than three minutes late to voice concerns about the 2002 budget last Thursday would have found that out first hand. More...

Public Notice

The Main Street railroad underpass is closed for renovation that began on Tuesday, October 9 through November 9th. The Village asks that pedestrians please use the station overpass or the Lunn Terrace Bridge during this project. More...

Local Restaurants Participate In Relief Drive For World Trade Center Workers

On Thursday, October 11th, 3 restaurants from the Cold Spring/Garrison area will be donating a percentage of that evening More...

Master Plan-School Board And Budgets Highlight Putnam Valley Town Board Meeting

At a public hearing held at Putnam Valley More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

America Is Leading Example To The World Dear Editor,

I cannot fathom some of the responses to the WTC disaster from some of our residents and national "leaders." Luckily, these individuals currently represent the great minority of Americans. More...

Feeling Of True Community

Dear Editor; More...

Thursday Meeting Was Not The Requested Public Hearing.

Dear Editor: More...

Births

Devin Thomas Heanue

A son, Devin Thomas Heanue, was born of August 16, 2001, to parents Leslie and Brian Heanue of Garrison. More...

Aiden Arthur Leonard

A son, Aiden Arthur Leonard, was born on August 7, 2001, to parents AnnMarie and Arthur Leonard of Putnam Valley at Hudson Valley Hospital Center. More...

Nicholas James Sabatini, Jr.

A son, Nicholas James Sabatini, Jr., was born on August 16, 2001, to parents Renee Basso and Nicholas Sabatini of Garrison at Hudson Valley Hospital Center. More...

Sports News

Haldane Harriers Continue To Roll

On September 29 the Varsity Girls Cross Country team traveled to Bowdoin Park to compete in the Arlington Invitational. The team finished in the middle of the pack getting beaten only by much larger schools. More...

Haldane Earns First Victory

The Haldane Varsity Football team took on Gould last Saturday on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. After losing to a tough one to Bronxville 25-13 the week before, the Devils were determined to give their fans a victory and break into the win column. More...

Sports Presentation On Raising Healthy Children

An evening presentation entitled "The Power Of Sports: Raising Healthy Kids" featuring former boxer Gerry Cooney and sports psychiatrist Dr. Ron Kamm will be held Wednesday, October 24 at Mahopac High School from 6:30 to 8:30pm. More...

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