June 18, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Scenic Hudson Hosting Archeological Open House at West Point Foundry This Weekend

The public can step back to the dawn of the Industrial Revolution by visiting the ruins of a local manufacturing facility renowned internationally for its technological innovations. More...

Our Lady Of Loretto Plans Corpus Christi Procession

This Sunday, June 22, Our Lady of Loretto parish will celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi with a procession at 12:15 pm. More...

Sheriff’s Dptment Issues 264 Summonses During "Click It Or Ticket" Safety Campaign

Putnam County Sheriff Smith reports that his deputies issued a large number of traffic tickets during the recent "Click it or Ticket" campaign waged by police agencies throughout the state. More...

Ann McGrath Gallagher Announces Candidacy For Town Clerk

Ann McGrath Gallagher is pleased to announce her candidacy for the position of Philipstown Town Clerk in the upcoming November 4, 2003 election. More...

Free Rabies Clinic In Cold Spring On Sunday, June 22

The Putnam Humane Society and Dr. Peter Bach are sponsoring a free rabies vaccination clinic for dogs and cats at the VFW at 34 Kemble Avenue in Cold Spring on Sunday, June 22 between 10 am and 12:30pm. More...

 

Schools

Academic Awards Presented To O’Neill HS Students

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PVHS Hosts First-Ever Poetry Jam to Packed House of Students and Teachers

On June 5th in the Chorus Room at Putnam Valley High School the first-ever PVHS Poetry Jam was held. This event was the brainchild of English teacher Rob Lathrop and music teachers Ryan Odell and Gerry Micera. More...

Putnam Valley Teacher Receives National Geographic Grant for Taconic Outdoor Program

Students at Putnam Valley Elementary School will be able to take a tailor-made approach to geography education, thanks to a $4,664 grant from the National Geographic Society Education Foundation. More...

Briefly Noted

Putnam Hospital Center to Offer One-Day Prepared Childbirth Class July 26th

The Birthing Center at Putnam Hospital Center has scheduled its next one-day prepared childbirth class for Saturday, July 26th, from 9 am to 5 pm, at the hospital at 670 Stoneleigh Avenue in Carmel. More...

First Peoples’ Day at Bear Mountain State Park

Who first lived in the Hudson Highlands? Come explore the Native American heritage of this area at Trailside Museums More...

Little Ducklings End Session

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Putnam Valley Moratorium Hearings Bring Out The Lawyers

Out of a crowd of about sixty people attending the two and a half hour Putnam Valley Moratorium Law Work Session and Public Hearing on June 11th, about ten percent were lawyers. More...

15 MPH Village Speed Limit Going to State Senate Floor

Village receives grant for Patriot Garden

Lead footed drivers beware! At their June 10 meeting, the Cold Spring Village Board approved the introduction of legislation for a new 15 mile per hour speed limit for Village side streets by State Senator Vincent Leibell. More...

Democrats Trying To Make Inroads In County With A Full Slate Of Endorsements

Former County Executive Bruen coming out of political retirement

Putnam County Democrats introduced a full slate of candidates for the upcoming elections at their June 10 convention in Carmel. More...

Teens Burglarized Putnam Valley Home

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports that two teenagers from Putnam Valley and a teen from Cortlandt have been charged with breaking and entering into a Putnam Valley residence on June 9, 2003. More...

David Brower Running For Town Council

"I have accepted the Democratic and Independence nominations for Councilman knowing full well the time, effort and commitment it will take. More...

State Police Survey Shows More Than 90 Percent Of New Yorkers Using Seatbelts

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Public Notice

The Nelsonville Clean Up will take place on Friday, June 20. All material must be ready for pick-up no later than 6am. For more information, see the legal notice in the 6/11 edition of the PCN&R. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Ending Violence Is Key To Solving Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Letter

The renewed violence in the Palestinian/Israeli conflict has led me to a horrific conclusion: neither side wants peace. More...

Firefighters Are Truly Cold Spring’s Finest

Dear Editor,

On May 17th we experienced a house fire. We called 911 and within a couple of minutes several firemen and women had already responded. Philipstown Ambulance Corp. More...

A Different Point Of View On Arthur Miller’s Speech

Editor,

Reading the letter last week, "A Disappointing Saturday Evening" compels a response. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Doris Villegas Sparks

Doris Villegas Sparks, age 70 of Cold Spring, died on Tuesday June 10, 2003 at her residence. Born in Brooklyn on February 12, 1933 she was the daughter of The late Hugo and Ellen (Johnson) Fredricson . More...

Sports News

PV Softball Teams Raise Funds in 100 Innings

On May 31st, players from all of Putnam Valley More...

Brewster Education Foundation 16th Annual Golf Tournament June 30

The Brewster Education Foundation 16th Annual Golf Tournament in memory of Gisele Corde will be held on Monday, June 30, 2003 at the Salem Golf Club in North Salem, NY. More...

Little League End of Season Picnic To Be Held At North Highlands Field

This coming Saturday June 21st will be Philipstown Little League More...

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