December 12, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Garrison School Board Holds Regular Meeting Principal presents report on elective program

At its December 6 meeting, the Garrison School Board received a school report from Principal Cheryl Basch, discussed the work of its committees, accepted an abatement bid for the removal of asbestos-containing tiles, and appointed two new substitute More...

State Police Ask For Help With Brewster Robbery

The New York State Police in Brewster, New York are investigating the robbery of the Bank of New York located in the Clocktower Commons, Route 22, Brewster. More...

Putnam Valley School Board Continues To Discuss Transportation Regulations

Middle School teacher purchases equipment; field lighting to be installed More...

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Late Additions To Haldane 1st Quarter JH/SH Honor Roll The following students are to be added to Haldane JH/SH Honor Roll, 1st Quarter, Principal’s List for a weighted average of more than 100 Principal’s List 12th Grade - Michael Kivisalu 11t

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Invitation To The Community As Common Threads Begins Work On Community Cookbook Project

Common Threads, a project of the Haldane PTA celebrating our community and culture, is beginning work on its third annual community cookbook. With the community More...

BOCES Students Get A Taste Of Entrepreneurship

Local school districts can expect to benefit from a number of products currently being made by students from The Tech Center located on the Fox Meadow campus of Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES (Board of Cooperative Educational Services). More...

Sports News

Local Football League Holds Registration

The local Putnam Valley Division of the Atlantic Coast Football League is currently holding registration for the 2002 Men More...

Venison Preparation Explained

The 2001 deer hunting season forecast calls for another big year for hunters in New York State. Many successful hunters will have a deer to cut up and freeze for winter meals. More...

Philipstown Town Board Adopts $325,000 Bond Resolution To Fund East Mountain Road North Paving Work faces delay from litigation and Mother Nature

The Philipstown Town Board took a step closer to paving East Mountain Road North when the Board adopted a $325,000 Bond Resolution at their December 6 monthly meeting, however, the actual paving could be delayed for some time, pending the outcome of More...

Census 2000 Figures In On Putnam County-wide redistricting, if approved, will take place in 2003

Owing to information revealed by the 2000 Census, Putnam County will undergo some redistricting. At Last Tuesday More...

County Could Utilize Empty Nelsonville Firehouse

What will become of the Nelsonville firehouse? More...

Retirement Party To Be Held For County Clerk Peloso and Deputy Clerk Kelly

A buffet retirement celebration will be held for retiring County Clerk Joseph Peloso, Jr. and Deputy County Clerk of DMV Roseann Kelly on January 4, 2002 at 6pm at Sciortino More...

Haldane Board Of Education Hears Presentation On Middle School Concept Audit report pinpoints some discrepancies

Haldane Schools Superintendent John Di Natale was welcomed back by the Haldane School Board and those attending the Board of Education workshop on Tuesday, December 4, 2001. More...

Extra From Oregon Corners: Santa Arrives On Schedule!

Traffic backs up in downtown Putnam Valley for holiday lighting More...

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Letters to the Editor

Not On This Year’s Christmas List

Dear Mr. Editor, More...

School Budget Vote Is Posturing At Best Gentlemen,

Although you were kind enough to print a recent letter from me on the Putnam Valley School District, I find myself compelled to again write to you on the same very broad subject. More...

Tamagna Ad Provides No Evidence To Support Contentions On Dirt Road Issue Dear Editor:

I am appalled by the distortions and baseless allegations made by elected official Vincent Tamagna in his paid ad. ("Legislator Tamagna Asks For Community Unity on Roads," PCNR November 28) More...

Briefly Noted

Rally Planned Against Certifying Indian Point Evacuation Plan

A coalition of residents More...

Christmas Celebrations Planned At Graymoor

At 4:30 pm on Monday, December 24th, the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement will begin their Christmas celebration at Graymoor with Vespers in Pilgrim Hall and the Blessing of the Creche outdoors near Pilgrim Hall. More...

Hudson Valley Hospital Center Employees Collect Donations

In the spirit of the holiday season, the employees of Hudson Valley Hospital Center once again collected money, shopped and will wrap gifts for needy children and their families for the fifth year in a row. More...

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