July 10, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Home Depot Comes To The Rescue Of Haldane Art Room A Home Depot employee displays the new plumbing fixtures donated to the Haldane Art Room last week

Home Depot "stepped up to the plate" last week when a call was placed to them from a private citizen in Cold Spring asking for new utility sinks, faucets and proper plumbing for the Haldane School District More...

July 27th Town Day: A Celebration Of Life In Putnam Valley

Once a year, the volunteers of Putnam Valley invite residents to join in a celebration of the Town

There were several previous attempts at initiating a Putnam Valley Town Day tradition. In 1976, there was a Bicentennial Town Day, and a welcome home Gulf War Troops Town Day was held in the 90s. More...

Janine Selendy To Run For 19th Congressional District Seat

Janine Selendy from North Salem, has begun a campaign for the 19th Congressional House of Representatives seat currently held by Sue Kelly. Ms. Selendy is actively seeking wide public participation in her campaign. More...

 

Schools

Adam Geffner Named To Syracuse Dean’s List

Adam Geffner of Putnam Valley has been named to the Dean More...

Ian Boyd Graduates From Masters School With Commendation

The Masters School in Dobbs Ferry held its graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 8th. Mr. More...

Jeanne Stenswold Named To Syracuse University Dean’s List

Jeanne Stenswold of Garrison was named to the Dean More...

Births

Birth Announcement Isabella Marie Iarriccio

A daughter, Isabella Marie, was born at Vassar Hospital weighing 7 pounds, 5 ounces, to Rae Marie and Frank Iarriccio of Cold Spring on July 2, 2002. More...

Briefly Noted

Sunset Music Series At Dock Off To Rousing Start $250 raised towards purchase of hook and ladder fire truck

Last Sunday the first Sunset Music performance, sponsored by the Cold Spring Recreation Commission along with the Chamber of Commerce, got off to a great start with the New York Swing Exchange bringing down the house with their renditions of favorite More...

Carpenters Recruit Apprentices

The Empire State Carpenters Apprenticeship Committee will conduct recruitment through November 26 for five apprentices, State Labor Commissioner Linda Angello recently announced. More...

Grant Writing Workshop

The National Education Foundation, National Grant Writers Association, American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, Salvation Army, National Association of Social Workers, National Education Association, and thirty - three public and private non-prof More...

Mrs. Pataki Officially Opens Cold Spring’s Farmers Market

Mrs. Pataki is joined by Cold Spring Chamber of Commerce President Jonathan Kruk (l), Putnam County Legislator Vinny Tamagna and Cold Spring Mayor Anthony Phillips at the "official" ribbon cutting ceremony opening the Farmers Market. More...

Garrison School District Holds Re-Organizing Meeting, Announces Superintendent’s Raise

At the July 1 annual reorganizing meeting of the Garrison Union Free School District More...

Public Notice

Election workers are needed for primary day and election day. Any registered Republicans, Democrats and registered voters not affiliated with any other party (registered as a blank) may call the Town Clerk More...

Putnam Valley Board of Education Elects Bellino President, Dwyer Vice-President

Most students pass Regents exams; Chemistry and Math to be re-scored

by James Shearwood More...

Governor Announces Expansion Of Hudson Highlands State Park 240 acres to increase access to the Hudson River, provide scenic overlook

Governor Pataki has announced the acquisition of more than 240 acres in Westchester and Putnam to expand Hudson Highlands State Park and increase public access to the Hudson River. More...

John McCaffrey Looks Back At 24 Years Of Involvement With Parks & Recreation

In a recent interview with the PCN&R, Putnam Valley Parks & Recreation Supervisor John McCaffrey spoke about the long journey to bring the Parks & Recreation Department and programs to where they are today, and why he is retiring at the p More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Different Headline Would Have Been More To The Point

Ref. "Cold Spring Narcotics Distributor Arrested" (PCNR 7/3): Narcotics distributor? That More...

2002 And Our Local Blood Supply Editor:

In a pinch it More...

Responds To Comments On Continental Village Toddler Learning Center Editor,

Regarding the letter to the editor published in the PCN&R dated June 26, 2002, headlined Continental Village Toddler Learning Center Needs Protection. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Obituary Carlton R. Perry

Carlton R. Perry of Putnam Valley, died on July 7, 2002 at the Hudson Valley Hospital Center. He was 92. Mr. Perry was born on July 10, 1909 in Putnam Valley to Ralph and Roberta L. Pierce Perry. More...

Sports News

Putnam Hospital Center Golf Tournament Is Success

With a team score of 62, Bob Bondi, Paul Di More...

Yankees Win Majors Championship

The Yankees, sponsored by the Cold Spring Lions Club, won the 2002 Little League Majors Division Championship. It was the Yankee More...

Philipstown Little League 2002 Mets are Softball Champions

Pictured from left to right, 1st Row: Sara Rizzi, Kelsey Flaherty, Emma Gibson, Jade Lyons; 2nd Row: Elizabeth DelVecchio, Felicia Gagnon, Dannielle Etta, Coach Annette Flaherty; 3rd Row: Holly Whiston, Irina Impellitiere, Megan Volkmann, Coach Bob F More...

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