May 14, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Garrison School Board Weighs Options For Possible State Aid

Members lean toward tax rate reduction over increasing expenditures

At their May 6 regular meeting, the Garrison Union Free School District More...

Ralph Fleming Announces Re-Election Bid For Haldane Board of Ed

"Ralph Fleming is a graduate of Haldane, Class of 1974, and has a B.S. in Mathematics and a B.A in Business Administration from Plattsburgh State University. More...

Cathy DiSalvo Filippelli Announces Candidacy For Return To Garrison Board

"Cathy DiSalvo Filippelli is running for a position as trustee on the Garrison School Board of Education. More...

Michael Junjulas Running For Haldane School Board

"Michael Junjulas announces his candidacy for an open seat on the Haldane Board of Education. Michael is a 1987 graduate of Haldane High School and has lived in Cold Spring for most of his life. More...

Governor Pataki Proclaims May 14 As Health Care Auxilian Day

Governor George E. More...

County’s Home Improvement Board Seeks Contractor Representative

The Putnam County Home Improvement Board is seeking a contractor as a member to serve on their Board. Applicants must be engaged in a business as a home improvement contactor and be a resident of Putnam County. More...

Coming Events

 

Schools

Garrison’s Meet The Candidates Night Answers Many Questions

"Meet the Candidates" Night, sponsored by the Garrison Union Free School PTA, was held on Wednesday, May 7th. More...

Putnam Valley High School 3rd Quarter Honor Rolls Announced. High Honor Rolls

8th Grade - Perri L. Berner, Jacqueline R. Cestaro, Max M. Haubold, Kayla M. Henry, Katharine A. Kircher, Kyle John LaGrutta, Alyssa Linda Marie Marsico, Brittany Anne Moran, Bailey O More...

Want A Job? Tech Students Get Advice

How do you land a job in today More...

Sports News

Haldane Varsity Softball Wins Four Straight

The varsity girls More...

Putnam Valley Lacrosse Defeats Kennedy, North Rockland and Byram Hills

The now 9-6 PV Tigers won 3 out of their last 4 games, 2 of which were included in the Hen Hud tournament. On May 5th PV defeated Kennedy with a score of 14-12. More...

Haldane Track Sprinting Towards Finish

The Haldane boy More...

Putnam Valley School Board Prepares to Cover Delay In State Aid

Exit incentive plan offered to non-teaching employees

In preparation for further delays in State aid, the Putnam Valley School Board authorized the district to issue revenue anticipation notes (RANs) at its regular meeting last Thursday evening. More...

Putnam Valley Is Serious About Its Trees

"Most of the problems come from new developers and new buildings in the Town. More...

Leann Malone Declares Candidacy for Garrison Board of Education

"I believe in the importance of a high quality public school education, and I am dedicated and committed to contributing my time and talents to the positive, fiscally responsible growth of the Garrison Union Free School District. More...

"Coffee Break" Raises Record Funds For HV Hospital

Employees of the Putnam Valley TownHall held their annual "Coffee Break" fund raiser recently for the auxiliary of the Hudson Valley Hospital Center. More...

Murray Prescott’s Retirement Party Draws Big Crowd And Surprise Visit From Governor

With a busy Friday evening of appointments awaiting him, Governor George Pataki still found time last week to make a special stop: a surprise visit to Murray and Barbara Prescott at the dinner dance being held in honor of Murray More...

Putnam Valley Plans Memorial Day Program

The Town of Putnam Valley will hold their Memorial Day program on Monday, May 26th. Ceremonies marking the day will commence at 11am at the Veterans Memorial Park at Town Hall on Oscawana Lake Rd. More...

Snow Days To Be Made Up At Haldane

Haldane Superintendent Dr. John J. Di Natale is reminding parents that the school district exceeded the built in snow days allotted for the school year. As a result, May 23rd will be a regular day of classes for all staff and students. More...

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Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

State Budget Situation Has Positive Changes

You have been reading about the budget discussions in Albany and the divergent views of the legislature and the Governor about the 2003-04 New York State Budget. More...

Community Should Examine All Angles Of New Haldane Budget

Dear Editor,

The voting date for the school budget is quickly approaching so I thought it necessary to share some facts so that the community can make the choice that suits both the school and their school taxes. More...

"Vote, Democracy Depends On It"

Dear Editor,

In response to Mr. Alexander More...

Briefly Noted

Stonecrop Gardens Lists Open Days

Visit Stonecrop Gardens, 81 Stone Crop Lane, Cold Spring, 10 am to 4 pm, open as part of The Garden Conservancy More...

Cornell Co-op Ext. Offering Master Gardener Plant Sale

The annual Master Gardener Spring Plant Sale will be held on Saturday, May 17, from 9 am through 1 pm, on Route 6 in Carmel. More...

Hospital Seeks Volunteers For Osteoporosis Research

Recruitment coincides with National Osteoporosis Prevention Month

The Helen Hayes Hospital Clinical Research Center in West Haverstraw is currently recruiting women to participate in two different research studies examining new and more effective ways to treat osteoporosis. More...

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