April 16, 2003 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

DA Wright Presented Award For Crime Victims Program

District Attorney Kevin Wright received the "U.S. Justice Department More...

Army Supports Families with Toll Free Hotline

The U.S. Army Community and Family Support Center is supporting families of deployed soldier by providing a toll-free Family Assistance Hotline. More...

Green Chimneys Opens Pool To Public For Birthday Parties

Planning a birthday party for the kids is easier than ever with the deluxe pool party package being offered by Green Chimneys in Brewster. More...

Rondout Electric Recruits Apprentices

Rondout Electric, Inc., will conduct apprentice recruitment from April 22 through October 21 for four electrician apprentices, State Labor Commissioner Linda Angello announced recently. More...

National Arbor Day Foundation Offers Free Oak Trees

Ten free oak trees will be given to each person who joins The National Arbor Day Foundation during the month of April 2003. More...

Patterson Contractor Arrested For Falsified Electrical Permits

A Patterson man was arrested on April 9, 2003 for falsifying business records connected with his Electrical Contracting business. Mr. Timothy McSpedon, age 37, of Patterson, was arrested by the Sheriff More...

Southeast Teens Arrested For Stolen Road Sign

Putnam County Sheriff Smith reports the April 5, 2003 arrests of two 17-year-old males from Southeast for possession of alcohol and stolen property. Narcotics officers nabbed the pair while canvassing the Southeast area for illicit drug activity. More...

Highland Garden Club Sale Set For May 10

The Highland Garden Club will have its Annual Plant and Bake Sale on Saturday, May 10 from 9 am to 4 pm in front of Foodtown (the old Grand Union). More...

Support Connection To Host "The Future Of Health Care"

Support Connection, a not-for-profit organization offering free support services to people affected by breast and ovarian cancer will host an evening program entitled "The Future of Health Care" on Monday, April 29th at 7 pm in Yorktown Hei More...

Marines Get Assistance From Cold Spring Business Owner

On April 12th in the pouring rain, a Military Bus in need of assistance was pulled off the road near the intersection of Rt. 9 and 301 with broken windshield wipers. More...

Graymoor To Inaugurate National Wildflower Week

The Franciscan Friars of the Atonement will inaugurate National Wildflower Week at Graymoor at the 11 am Mass in Pilgrim Hall on Sunday, May 4th. Wildflower seeds will be blessed and planted nearby immediately after the Mass. More...

May Meeting of Putnam’s Hot Chilies To Cover Range of Treatments for Menopausal Symptoms

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Appeal From Goodwill: Make Spring Cleaning a Time to Donate

Whether you More...

Heartsaver CPR For the Layperson

On May 17th, the Hudson Valley Hospital Center will offer a course entitled, "Heartsaver CPR" meant for the lay-rescuer. This is open for all ages. More...

Talk of the town

Easter and Passover are this week. We wish beautiful Spring weather to all our readers for their holidays. More...

Bear Mountain To Host Springfest 2003

Happy Spring. Come "hop" by Trailside Museums and Wildlife Center at Bear Mountain State Park on Saturday, April 19. More...

Farmworkers Marchers to Stop in Garrison and Cold Spring

On Wednesday, April 23, the Farmworkers March will stop through Garrison and Cold Spring on their way to a 330 mile-walk to Albany. Local churches hosting the marchers include St. More...

Build Your Own Boat Program Offered By BBBB

TBuilding Bridges, Building Boats is again offering its family boatbuilding workshop in which each family (individuals are okay too) builds their own double paddle canoe. More...

Christopher Elser Appointed to The Foundation Board of Directors at Hudson Valley Hospital Center

Three new members were appointed to the board of directors of The Foundation of Hudson Valley Hospital Center recently at the Foundation More...

Peers Influence Peers Day Program To Be Televised Nationally

For the ninth year in a row, the Peers Influence Peers Partnership of Putnam Valley will broadcast its annual one-hour TV special, entitled, "Peers Influence Peers IX" via satellite uplink on April 24th at 1 pm. More...

Green Chimneys Opens Its "Barn Doors" For Annual Little Folks Days

Children of all ages can find out what it More...

Galef To Hold Senior Forum To Highlight Health Costs, Scams Aimed At Seniors

State Assemblywoman Sandy Galef will hold a public Senior Forum on Thursday, May 15, 9 am, Cortlandt Town Hall, 1 Heady Street (off Oregon Road), in Cortlandt Manor. More...

Cold Winter Raises Energy Use and Prices

As a result of the colder temperatures that drove up fuel usage and prices, Central Hudson customers can expect to see energy bills that are significantly larger than those received a year ago, when the Mid-Hudson Valley experienced one of the warmes More...

Philipstown Seniors List Upcoming Events

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NY Attorney General Sues Wal-Mart Over Toy Gun Sales

As part of an ongoing public safety effort, Attorney General Eliot Spitzer announced April 10th that he has filed a lawsuit against the nation More...

Greenway Sponsors Community Leadership Alliance Training Program

Training to be held at Glynwood Center

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That Nothing Be Lost Thrift Shop Expands Days Of Operation

The Franciscan Friars of the Atonement are pleased to announce that the That Nothing Be Lost Thrift Shop is expanding its days of operation. More...

Suzi Tortora Receives National & International Attention For Work In Dance Movement

Dr. Suzi Tortora, a dance movement psychotherapist and Garrison resident, is being recognized for her work over 20 years through a series of lectures, writings, and local workshops. More...

Putnam Hospital To Hold Program On Family Emergency Preparedness

Acts of terrorism, hazardous material spills, hurricanes, floods, winter storms-disasters such as these can occur at any time without warning. What should you do? More...

Bereavement Support Group To Meet At HV Hospital

Yvette Acosta, CSW, will present a program of Hospice Care in Westchester and Putnam on Thursday, May 8th from 3-4:30 pm. More...

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High School Students Invited to Sober Teen Rally

Carmel event features fun activities and celebrity appearances

All Putnam County high school students are invited to a rally that will be held at Carmel High School football field on April 25. More...

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