January 2, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Legislature Wraps Up Business for 2001

Redistricting Approved; County Says No to Commuter Tax More...

Philipstown Town Board Says Farewell to Councilman Engelbride At Year-End Meeting

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A Philipstown Tradition Revived, The St. Philip’s of the Highlands "Living Nativity" Held This Past Sunday Evening

by Nancy Wareham-Gordon More...

 

Schools

BOCES Students Collect Toys For Blythedale Children

More than $1,000 in toys were wrapped and distributed to 75 children at Blythedale Children More...

Putnam County High School Teacher Honored At University Of The Sciences In Philadelphia

University of the Sciences in Philadelphia recently held its "Celebrating Excellence in Science Teaching" Appreciation Dinner. More...

Putnam Valley Middle School’s Relief Efforts Provide A Personal Touch

It was a 90 second message, among countless others on a school principal More...

Legislature Recaps Its 2001 Accomplishments Tribute to 9/11 Victims Closes Year End Meeting

The Putnam County Legislature opened its year-end meeting by recapping individual member accomplishments, and ended with a tribute to those Putnam County residents lost on September 11. More...

PVER Corp. Seeks To Spur 2002 Economic Development In Putnam Valley

by Edward Paul Greiff More...

Ex-Marine Ferrante Helps Kids, Homeless, Poor, And Those In Need

"I live by many things More...

Drought Watch Declared For NYC Water Supply Area Conservation Encouraged

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has declared an official Drought Watch for the City More...

Public Notice

The Village of Nelsonville will be picking up refuse and recycling on Saturday, Jan. 5th, 2002 More...

Focus on Philipstown

Briefly Noted

BOCES Adult Ed Winter Session Starts January 7th

A variety of courses ranging from the Internet to Cooking Light to Basic Carpentry - and lots more - are available to adults this winter from The Tech Center at Yorktown More...

Empire State Building To Recognize Birth Defects Prevention Month With Green Lighting

The Empire State Building will be lit green the week of January 22-27 during the March of Dimes More...

New York State Job Count Fell In November Due To WTC Attacks Unemployment Rate at 5.4 Percent

The State Labor Department announced New York More...

Weekly Poll

County legislators reviewed the Butterfield project and a senior center in a historic meeting last week. Where should the senior center be?
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