January 30, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Opponent Of Smoking Ban Responds To Legislature’s Move To Reinstate Regulations Bondi answers critics on tobacco settlement spending

Two weeks ago, the Legislative Health Committee agreed to send no-smoking legislation to the full Legislature for a vote. More...

Philipstown Comprehensive Special Board Consultant Reviews Issues Facing Town Next presentation by Board scheduled for February 7.

On Thursday evening, January 3, 2002, the Philipstown Town Board sponsored a presentation by planning consultant Joel Russell. More...

Philipstown Comprehensive Special Board Consultant Reviews Issues Facing Town Next presentation by Board scheduled for February 7.

On Thursday evening, January 3, 2002, the Philipstown Town Board sponsored a presentation by planning consultant Joel Russell. More...

County OTB Windfall To Offset Revenue Shortfall

Surplus to fund outside agency increases & tobacco education More...

Burglary Leads To Arrest Of Putnam Valley Man

Mr. Richard P. Kubichko, age 35, Putnam Valley, New York was arrested on Friday evening, January 25th, at about 8:30 pm for Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the Third Degree, a class D felony. More...

 

Schools

Garrison Children’s Education Fund Chooses New Officers; Adds Directors

At its January meeting, the Board of Trustees of the Garrison Children More...

PV Board Of Ed To Meet Feb. 7 To Discuss Upcoming Budget

The Putnam Valley Board of Education will conduct a Work Session/ Business Meeting on Thursday, February 7th. At this Work Session/ Business Meeting there will be a budget discussion to provide input on the development of the 2002-03 budget. More...

Haldane Heroes Get Ready For The Harlem Wizards

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Briefly Noted

Putnam Hospital Center To Offer Free Breastfeeding Class in February

On Saturday, February 23rd from 12:45 to 2pm, Putnam Hospital Center More...

Upcoming Baby Boot Camp To Focus on Basic Newborn Care Issues

On Saturday, February 23rd from 10:45am to 12:15pm, Putnam Hospital Center More...

IRS Says Faster Refunds Come Through Direct Deposit

Want a faster refund? The IRS says that more taxpayers are choosing direct deposit as the way to get their federal tax refunds. The payment is more secure - there is no check to get lost. And, it More...

Sheriff’s Reorganization Sent To Legislature Smith answers personnel and audit committee queries about proposed changes but questions still remain

The reorganization of the Sheriff More...

Town Recreation Supervisor Says Putnam Valley Needs Another Playing Field Brochure of summer programs goes to press

"If anyone knows of a flat piece of land that we could acquire, bring it to our attention," Putnam Valley Recreation Supervisor John McCaffrey told the PCN&R last week. More...

Haldane Board Of Education Approves Emergency Management And Crisis Intervention Plan Haldane 2002/03 budget presentations made

Among the numerous items on the agenda at the Haldane Board of Education meeting on January 22 was the approval of the Emergency Management and Crisis Intervention Plan. More...

Stolen Rolls Leads To Arrest Of Cold Spring Man

A Cold Spring was arrested on January 21, 2002 on Petit Larceny charges stemming from the theft of bakery rolls from the B&L Deli on Rt. 9 in Cold Spring. More...

State Police Conduct Hazardous Materials Security Check

New York State Police Officers conducted a large-scale road check January 22-23 that focused the efforts of the State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Unit (CVEU) on searching for hazardous materials being transported on the state More...

Youth Board Requests Your Nominations for Youth Awards

The Youth Board, in conjunction with the Putnam County Youth Bureau, will be hosting its 17th Annual Youth Awards Dinner on Friday, April 19. This special event honors Putnam More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

What Affects Lake Valhalla Also Affects The Rest Of Philipstown To the Editor,

As a resident of Lake Valhalla and Hudson Highlands, I too am concerned with the threat of potential development in the area. About three weeks ago, I took a walk to the lake through the woods. More...

Where Was The Red Cross When Out Pilots Were Held?

Dear Editor: More...

Opening All Up to Revelation Can Halt Backlash Letter to the Editor:

Now that the Arab-Muslim world is being made aware that respected Jewish scholars and others have radically revised the Holocaust, though not denying Nazi atrocities, only opening all up to research and revelation can halt the threat of an ever-growi More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Sylvester P. Merante

Sylvester P. Merante of Walton, New York, formerly of Cold Spring, NY died December 31, 2001. He was 83. Mr. Merante worked for twenty years as a New York State Corrections Officer at the Mattewan facility in Beacon, NY before retiring in 1976. More...

Irene Rapacioli

Irene Rapacioli, age 66 of Nelsonville, NY, died on Monday January 28, 2002 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt Manor, NY. More...

Ellen Elizabeth Cassetta-Post

Ellen Elizabeth Cassetta-Post, age 51, of Beacon, NY died on Tuesday Jan. 22, 2002 at No. Westchester Hospital Mt. Kisco, NY. More...

Sports News

Haldane Wrestling Wraps Up Regular Season

The Haldane Varsity Wrestling team saw the end of their regular season last week as they took on Saunders. More...

Haldane Indoor Track Season Continues

The Haldane Indoor Track team continued their inaugural season January 11 at the Rockland Coaches Invitational. More...

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