June 11, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

New Bench, Traffic Issues Discussed at Nelsonville Monthly Meeting

The completion of a courtroom bench for the Village Justice Court earned praise and enthusiastic comments from the Village of Nelsonville Board of Trustees at their June 2 monthly meeting. More...

Nat Prentice Runs For Philipstown Town Board

"I am running for a Councilman seat on the Town Board in the November election. The Philipstown Republican Committee and the Putnam County Independence Party have endorsed me as a candidate. More...

Public Notice

Kemble Ave. and Rock Street in the Village of Cold Spring will be changed to "One-Way" streets beginning on Monday, August 26th for a 2 month period. More...

 

Schools

Damien Ettere Graduates from Mercyhurst College

Damien John Ettere, the son of Jill and Roy Ettere of Cold Spring, was one of 561 collegians who received degrees at the 75th commencement of Mercyhurst College in Erie, PA, on May 24-25, 2003. More...

Horgan Named To SUNY Cortland’s Dean’s List

Vanessa Lee Horgan of Cold Spring was named to the Spring 2003 Dean More...

Ryan Szirmay Named To OSU Honor Roll

Ryan Szirmay of Cold Spring was recently awarded Honor Roll status at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK. In order to attain Honor Roll, an undergraduate student must complete 12 or more hours with a grade point average of 3. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Edward T. Mc Cormack, Sr.

Edward T. Mc Cormack, Sr., age 83 of Nelsonville, NY, died on Tuesday June 3, 2003 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center Cortlandt, NY. More...

Anthony A. Constantino

Anthony A. Constantino, age 86, formerly a lifelong Cold Spring resident, died on Sunday June 8, 2003 in New Hope, MN. More...

Irma Basso

Irma Basso, age 82 of Beacon, NY, died on Tuesday June 10, 2003 at her residence in Beacon. More...

Sports News

Charles Polhemus Children’s Fishing Derby Set for Father’s Day

The Garrison Fish and Game Club has named its Annual Children More...

Philipstown Pop Warner Football Opens Registration

Philipstown Pop Warner invites all eligible players to come out and have fun playing football. Philipstown Pop Warner is the reigning Mid-Hudson Conference Div. More...

Putnam Valley Teams Recognized as Scholar Athletes

Seven of Putnam Valley More...

Haldane Board Sets June 24 As Date For Second Budget Vote

Board considers several options for second attempt

The Haldane Board of Education held a special school budget hearing on Tuesday, June 10, with newly elected board member Rich Wallin in attendance as special invitee, Michael Junjulas, also newly elected, was invited but had a prior engagement. More...

Legislature Moves Fishkill Road Project Closer To Starting

Conservation area rules tightened; 2004 Budget process begun

At their June 3 monthly meeting, Putnam County Legislators acknowledged the valiant acts of four residents who recently put themselves in harms way to save others. More...

Philipstown 20/20 Plan Moving To Draft Stage

Town Board sets Scoping Session for Quarry Pond; Attorney proposes pro-bono legal advice for seniors

At the June 5 monthly Philipstown Town Board meeting, Susan Bates informed the Board that her Comprehensive Plan Special Board committee was beginning to draft plans for the community More...

Garrison School Board Lauds Budget Vote, Welcomes Newest Members

Board considers construction of outdoor basketball court

The Garrison Union Free School District Board of Education welcomed two new members at their June 4 regular meeting, and praised community residents for voting in favor of the 2003-04 budget proposal. More...

Philipstown Democratic Committee Endorses 2003 Election Candidates

The Philipstown Democratic Committee has endorsed the following candidates for the upcoming Nov. 4th election: More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

What’s Going On In Putnam Valley?

Editor,

At a recent town board meeting, two residents queried the members of the town board on the selection process for town attorney, William Zutt. For those of you who may not know, Mr. More...

Help For Picking Up Stray Animals

Editor,

For those good people who pick up injured or stray animals (particularly cats), there is a shop that sells extraordinarily thick, very long (welders) gloves. More...

So Glad To Live Here

This past winter my husband, Barney, the only driver in the family, was housebound after surgery. I wondered how we More...

Births

Abigail Rose Schaffer

Diane Shaffer (nee Timmons) and her husband, Shannon Shaffer, are the proud parents of a baby girl, Abigail Rose, born May 12, weighing 6 lbs, 10 oz. More...

Briefly Noted

Lions Club Sponsoring Hudson Cruise

The Cold Spring Lions Club will host an evening of food and fun on the Hudson on Monday June 16th. The trip will be aboard the MV Commander which will cruise up (or down) the Hudson for 3 hrs. More...

Our Lady Of Loretto Parish Holds Annual Family Picnic

On Sunday June 1, Our Lady of Loretto parish held its annual Family Day and picnic. More...

Unmanned Submersible Vehicle Completes Inspection Voyage Of City’s Delaware Aqueduct

Commissioner Christopher O. More...

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