December 5, 2001 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

NYSERDA Launches Low-Income Energy Awareness Program

With another cold Northeast winter just around the corner, the New York Energy Research Development Authority (NYSERDA) is launching a statewide campaign designed to encourage low-income New Yorkers to take advantage of the state More...

Highland Garden Club Meets This Tuesday

The Highland Garden Club will meet at the Julia Butterfield Memorial Library on Tuesday, December 11th at 1pm. More...

Initial Meeting Of PHC’s Women’s Education And Support Group Scheduled For December 12

The newly formed Women More...

Rape Conviction Stemming From Garrison Attack Upheld

Putnam County District Attorney, Kevin Wright announced that Rocco Caldarola More...

Graymoor Friars Plan Advent Vesper Services

During Advent, which began December 2nd, the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement will celebrate Sunday vespers in Little Flower Friary Chapel, Graymoor at 4:15pm. Refreshments will follow the service. More...

Accidents Down State-Wide Over Thanksgiving Holiday

State Police Superintendent James W. McMahon has announced the results of State Police highway enforcement efforts over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. More...

Habitat for Humanity Planning For Spring Construction

Habitat for Humanity of Putnam County will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 7:30 at Guideposts Cafeteria in Carmel. A lot of work is being done to prepare for the building of their first home in Spring 2001. More...

Save On 2001 Taxes By Donating Your Car

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Philipstown Town Board Monthly Meeting Agenda Released

The Town Board of the Town of Philipstown will hold their regular monthly meeting at 8:00 p.m, on December 6th at the Town Hall, 238 Main Street, Cold Spring. More...

Shake(Speare), Rattle And Roll - Comedy At Depot Theatre Explores American Mores Of Late 60’s

Before there was "Hair" or "Jesus Christ, Superstar" or even "Pippin," there was "Do Your Own Thing" a musical comedy that explores the changing mores and social tides of the late 1960 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...

North Highlands Fire Department Santa To Visit Community December 23rd

North Highlands Engine Co.# 1 Santa will be on his Big Red Sled and visit the community on Sunday, December 23rd, with gifts for the children and holiday good wishes for all. The schedule below is the route that Santa will follow. More...

Coin Collectors To Meet December 18th

The Croton River Numismatic Society of Carmel, New York (a coin club) will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, December 18, at 7:30pm in the Guidepost More...

The 8th Annual Poughkeepsie Celebration Of Lights, Parade And Fireworks

On Friday, December 7th, the City of Poughkeepsie, in conjunction with the Bardavon, and the Poughkeepsie River District Business Association, will kick off this year More...

Rotary Holds Open House

Philipstown Rotary will hold an open house at The Putnam County Historical Society Museum on Wednesday, December 12, at 7pm. The museum is on Chestnut St. in Cold Spring. More...

Talk of the Town

Happy Birthday wishes go to Kieran Spinelli, Patrick Erichson, Ryan Garrison, James Rockett, Lori Garrison, Judy Colmarino, Carol Moran, Leslie Kenney, Noelle Brower, Joe Cattuti and Jennifer Jones. And an extra special birthday greeting to Kiernan More...

Putnam County Lifts Burn Permit Ban

As a result of recent significant rainfall, which has reduced the threat of dangerous ground fires in the County the directive regarding the suspension of Bur Permits in Putnam is hereby rescinded effective Friday. November 30th. More...

Former Asst Supt. Of Brewster School District Indicted For Internet Related Crime With Juvenile Student

Putnam District Attorney Kevin Wright announced that Stephen Graeber, a former Assistant Superintendent of the Brewster Central School District, has been indicted by a Putnam County Grand Jury for charges of sodomy and sexual abuse of a thirteen-year More...

Cell Phone Law Beginning To Be Enforced

State Police Superintendent James W. McMahon announced on November 28th that beginning Saturday, December 1, 2001, Troopers will issue tickets to enforce the state More...

Garrison Resident/World Trade Center Concert Promoter Proposes Unique Living Memorial At Ground Zero

When the Twin Towers fell on September 11, Garrison resident Ray Wilson lost more than a workplace. He lost the pleasure of providing entertainment for tens of thousands of patrons every summer via his production company More...

VFW/Brewster Marks Pearl Harbor Anniversary

Over 50 years ago on the morning of Dec 7th the sky over Pearl Harbor, Hawaii was filled with Japanese planes. When the last wave of attacking aircraft rejoined the Japanese fleet, 1,178 Americans lay wounded and 2,403 lay dead or dying. More...

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