December 26, 2001 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Comprehensive Plan Group To Hold Public Meeting

How should Philipstown plan for its future? Is it possible to increase commercial development, meet the housing needs of the community and protect our natural resources? More...

New Yorkers Must Open College Savings Accounts by December 31 to Get Deduction on 2001 Taxes Additional tax benefits starting in January

Governor Pataki and State Comptroller McCall have reminded New Yorkers that they must open or add to New York More...

National Holiday Lifesaver Weekend Celebrated

All vehicle operators were asked to drive with their headlights on all day Friday, December 21, 2001, to remember those who have been killed or injured by impaired drivers. More...

Kelly Announces $500,000 For Westchester-Putnam Worker Training Program Funds to Be Used to Prepare Jobless for Employment in Construction Trades

U.S. Rep. More...

Writing For Publication Workshop

If you would like to get serious about publishing, the Writing for Publication Workshop on January 9 will show you how to turn your ideas into marketable manuscripts. More...

Cold Spring Resident Receives Literary Award

Cold Spring resident Jo Pitkin was named a finalist in the 2001 Nimrod/Hardman Literary Awards for a manuscript of her poems. This contest is sponsored by Nimrod International Journal which is published by the University of Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma. More...

2002 West Point Gymnastics Open

The 11th annual West Point Open Gymnastics Competition will be held at the United States Military Academy on January 11-12, 2002. More...

Holidays Are Happier With Metro-North’s Holiday Schedule

Words like "gridlock" and "traffic jam" will never enter into your holiday lexicon by simply travelling via Metro-North. More...

PIX PHC Foundation Donates $130,000 To Putnam Hospital Center

As one of the co-chairs of Putnam Hospital Center (PHC) More...

Drought Conditions Cause DEP To Call A Moratorium On Percolation And Deep Soil Tests In Watershed

NYC DEP Commissioner Joel A. Miele, Sr., P.E. announced on Friday, December 21st that drought conditions throughout the watersheds of the City More...

Cold Spring’s Foundry School Museum Announces Annual Winter Closing

Staff prepares new exhibition More...

Governor Awards $11.5 Million In Grants To Fight Juvenile Crime

Funding For Federal Fiscal Year 2001 Will Be Used For Juvenile Crime Control More...

St. Andrew’s New Thrift Shop Grand Opening

St. Andrew More...

Kelly Announces $220,000 For New Putnam Hospital Center Emergency Room

U.S. Rep. Sue Kelly today announced that Putnam Hospital Center in Carmel will receive $220,000 in federal funding to be used toward the construction of a new expanded emergency room. More...

Free Blood Pressure Screening At Hudson Valley Hospital

The Hudson Valley Hospital Center sponsors free blood pressure screening every Thursday from 2 to 3pm. The screening takes place in Dining B (lower level) at the hospital center on Crompond Rd. in Cortlandt Manor. More...

Governor: New Effort To Promote Awareness Of Missing Children New York State Income Tax Packets To Contain Missing Children Bios and Safety Tips

Governor George E. Pataki today announced that a unique special insert in 2001 New York State personal income tax packets will be used to help promote greater public awareness of the issue of missing children and young adults. More...

Free Commercial Horticulture Newsletter Online From Cornell Cooperative Extension

Hudson Valley Horticulture, the newsletter for professionals in the commercial horticulture industry, is now available online free from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Putnam County. More...

Olympians To Perform At West Point Gymnastics Open Finals

Five-time USA National Champion, three-time Olympian, John Roethlisberger and 1996 and 2000 Olympian, Blaine Wilson will perform Saturday, January 12, 2002 during the West Point Gymnastics Open finals. More...

Electricians Recruit Apprentices

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 363, will conduct recruitment from January 2 through June 28 for 10 apprentices, State Labor Commissioner Linda Angello announced today. More...

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

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

Hospice Care In Westchester And Putnam To Hold Bereavement Workshop "Spirituality And Grief"

Those nearing the close of their life face life More...

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