December 11, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Women Of St. Mary’s Hold Holiday Food Drive

The Women of St. Mary More...

Humane Society in Desperate Financial Shape

County Legislature discusses adding terms to contract with struggling shelter

The Putnam Humane Society met with the Rules, Enactments and Intergovernmental Relations Committee on November 19 to discuss the renewal of the agency More...

Putnam Valley Boy Seriously Injured While Riding Snow Tube Towed By Vehicle

Sheriff

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports that a Putnam Valley boy was seriously injured on December 5, 2002, in a snow-tubing mishap in his neighbor More...

 

Arts and Entertainment

Special Performances At John Jay Homestead This Weekend

John Jay Homestead State Historic Site in Katonah will be open this weekend for the holidays, featuring new, period-style Christmas decorations and two special live performances. More...

Concert At Our Lady Of Loretto Entertains Parishoners and Guests

On Sunday December 8th, parishioners and guests at Our Lady of Loretto in Cold Spring were treated to a Christmas concert by the Treasure House Chorale, accompanied by organ and chamber orchestra and directed by Mr. More...

A Holiday Fine Arts & Crafts Show Opens At The Howland Cultural Center

The Howland Cultural Center presents the third annual juried "Holiday Fine Arts & Crafts Gift Show" of the Hudson Valley Artisans Guild. More...

Births

Emily Nicole Capossela

A daughter, Emily Nicole Capossela, was born on November 19, 2002 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center, to parents Linda and Daniel Capossela of Lake Peekskill. More...

Quinn Andrew Hughes

A son, Quinn Andrew Hughes, was born on October 18, 2002, to parents Kristine J. Nesslar and Yancey Hughes of Cold Spring. Weighing 9 lbs. 6 oz., Quinn was born at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mother and baby are both doing well. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Harold Francis Campbell

Harold Francis Campbell, Sr., 78, of Wappingers Falls, NY died on Sunday December 8, 2002 at Frederick Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. He was the spouse of Dorothy Elizabeth Smith Campbell. More...

Haldane Board of Ed Holds Last Workshop Before December 12 Referendum

Very few questions regarding the upcoming referendum asked at workshop meeting

The workshop held on December 3, 2002 by the Haldane Board of Education was the last one before the upcoming referendum on December 12, 2002 and although there were two or three new faces in the crowd, it was sparsely attended. More...

Auditors Say Garrison School District in Good Condition

Pepsi to sponsor scoreboard in return for advertising space

On Wednesday December 4th, in the new spacious library/media center of the Garrison Union Free School, the district More...

Girl Scouts Trim Nelsonville For The Holidays

From left to right are the following volunteers: Back Row: Brittany Norton, Chelsea Lisikatos, Sara Rizzi, Kristen Derry Front Row: Tess Dul, Katie Murphy, Henry Dul, Emily Knapp More...

Putnam Valley Tree Lighting On December 7th Celebrates Peace Not War

Putnam Valley celebrated its seventh annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Saturday, December 7th More...

Nelsonville Board Considers Investments, Other Issues at Monthly Meeting

In their final monthly meeting of the year on December 2, the Village of Nelsonville Board of Trustees took some time to thank area residents for their efforts during the holiday season. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Schools

Winter Semester Adult Courses At BOCES Begin January 13

A range of courses ranging from Basic Auto Maintenance to Masonry, Indian Cuisine to Blueprint Reading - and many more - are available to adults this winter from The Tech Center at Yorktown More...

Haldane Participates In Area All State Music Festival

Five Haldane High School musicians participated in the Area All State Music Festival at Beacon High School on November 23rd. The Haldane Area All State Women More...

Haldane Announces High School Student Of The Month

Erik Kops, a freshman, was the Haldane High School Student of the Month for October. He was cited for his helpfulness and leadership qualities as well as his sense of humor. More...

Letters to the Editor

Feedback Given To Planning Board on "Grove" Proposal

(Reprinted at the request of the authors)
November 25, 2002

Dear Members of the Cold Spring Planning Board: More...

Nuclear Power Put In Perspective

Letter

Though the Indian Point "crisis" has passed and sanity has prevailed, the following might still be worth citing: In 1980 Dr. Vladimir Haensel, as the U.S. More...

Good Faith Is The Real Issue Between Garrison And O’Neill

Your reporter condensed 150 pages into 700 words, not surprisingly he failed at the impossible. His article reads as if Garrison More...

Briefly Noted

Senior Citizens Invited To Lion’s Club Christmas Party

There will be a Christmas Party for Senior Citizens sponsored by the Cold Spring Lion More...

North Highlands Fire Department Santa To Visit Community December 22nd

North Highlands Engine Co.# 1 Santa will be on his Big Red Sled and visit the community on Sunday, December 22nd, with gifts for the children and holiday good wishes for all. More...

Melissa Manzoeillo Marries Mark Scanga

Ralph and Mary Manzoeillo of Cold Spring announce the marriage of their daughter Melissa Manzoeillo to Mark Scanga. Mark is the son of Ugo and Maria Teresa Scanga, also of Cold Spring. More...

Weekly Poll

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