February 27, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

St. Philips’ Habitat For Humanity Project Nears Completion

Open House celebration planned for St. Patrick More...

Caryn Cannova Is Candidate For Village Board Seat

Caryn Cannova has officially announced her desire to run and be selected as one of Cold Springs More...

Harold Kane Seeking 5th Term As Village Trustee

Harold Kane has announced that he is seeking re-election for Cold Spring Village Trustee for a fifth term, under the Sunshine Party. More...

Putnam Valley - An "Indian Point Hot Spot"

Town Board meets February 27th to decide on Master Plan More...

Putnam Valley Man Arrested For Lake Peekskill Burglary

Putnam County Sheriff Smith reports that Mr. Frank Gannecilli, age 20, of Putnam Valley, has been arrested and charged with Burglary in the Second Degree, a class C felony. More...

Coming Events

 

Schools

Sacred Heart Of Jesus School Holding Open House

Sacred Heart of Jesus School in Highland Falls, a Middle States Accredited school, will be holding an Open House for interested parents for the 2002/2003 school year. On Wed. March 13, tours for Preschool & Kindergarten will be held at 9 am. More...

Scholarship Opportunities For Putnam County High School Students Provided By Cablevision

Cablevision Systems Corporation More...

Author Jennings Michael Burch To Speak At Field Library

On Friday, March 1, The Field Library and English classes from the Peekskill Middle School will be participating together in "Read Across America," a one-day event celebrated nationally across the country and sponsored by the National Educa More...

Births

Brian Jacob Anderson

A son, Brian Jacob Anderson, weighing 7 pounds, 8 ounces, was born to parents Rebecca and Paul Anderson of Arlington, TN, on January 29, 2002. More...

Briefly Noted

Annual Appeal Of Cold Spring Fire Company Sets New Record

The Final Total of the 2001 Annual Letter of Appeal of the Cold Spring Fire Company, No. 1 reached $28,426.00 in contributions. This is by far the largest sum ever collected. More...

Correction

The Garrison School Article in the 2/20/02 edition of the PCN&R indicated that Susan Homola is a teacher. This is incorrect. More...

Garrison Pony Club To Hold Easter Egg Hunt On Horse Back

New, and returning, members are welcome to attend The Garrison Pony Club More...

County To Save Belden House In Land Swap Additional acreage to be purchased in Tilly Foster Conservation Area

Standing in an advanced state of decay on Route 6 in Carmel, is the once stately farmhouse known as Belden House. Conservationists and historians have been trying for years to save this pre-1870 More...

Governments Come Through On Promise Of Van To Bring Residents Grocery Shopping

Congresswoman Sue Kelly came through on a promise made in the wake of the GU fire that destroyed the Village More...

Public Notice

The Town Board of the Town of Philipstown will hold a workshop meeting on March 6th at 7:30 pm to discuss zoning issues on Routes 9 and 9D. More...

Full Story

Bruce D. Campbell Announces Candidacy For Village Trustee

Bruce D. Campbell has announced his candidacy for Trustee in the Village of Cold Spring. Bruce is a life-long resident of Cold Spring. He resides at 25 Fair Street with his wife, Patricia (Nastasi) and son, Evan Duncan Campbell. More...

Meetings Planned For Putnam Valley Property Revaluations

Residents of Putnam Valley will be receiving preliminary information regarding their new Real Property assessments the first week in March. More...

Meeting Videos from PCN&R


Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

In Defense Of Our Cemeteries Dear Editor:

There appears to be a swelling volunteer movement coming about in Cold Spring, and eventually in Philipstown, concerning cleaning up a number of their more evident cemeteries. More...

An Answer To Martin Brech’s Letter of 1/30/02 Editor,

I thought I had become so world-weary that nothing could shock me. Then, I read Martin Brech More...

Hopes Neighbors Will Be Just As Active When Developer Arrives Dear Editor,

Ellyn Rosenthal asks if I "want to be the arbiter of when (her) rights as a community member kick in." Actually, yes I would. But fantasies aside, perhaps we should move on to the more serious accusations of her group. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Evelyn Marie Logan

Evelyn Marie Logan, Nee Roach, died February 17, 2002, in Utica, NY. Mrs. Logan was born in Cold Spring on January 29, 1906, the daughter of William V. and Marie Orthmann Roach. Her sister, Eleanor Marie Roach and her brother, William J. More...

Anthony P. Bechelli

Anthony P. Bechelli, age 61, of Cold Spring, NY, died suddenly on Sunday February 24, 2002 at his residence. More...

Sports News

Haldane Boys Are County Center Bound

The Westchester County Center is the premier basketball venue. It More...

Children Advance In K of C Free Throw Competition

The K of C Loretto Council #536 advanced 3 boys and girls in the District 55 Free Throw Competition, which was held on February 23rd at the Rombout School in Beacon. More...

Putnam Valley Parks And Recreation Upcoming Events

Defensive Driving Classes will be held on the first Saturday of the month with the next class on March 2. This is a 6 hour course certified by the NYS Dept. of Motor Vehicles. The cost is $35.00. More...

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