July 30, 2003 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

This Week At The Market - Too Much Garlic? Impossible!

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Franciscan Friars to Honor Saint Juan Diego

The bilingual Mass will be celebrated at the Outdoor Shrine of St. Anthony. The procession will recall the appearances of Our Lady of Guadalupe to the new Saint. More...

Southeast Youth Charged with Internet Pornography

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith announced the arrest of a 16-year-old Southeast resident on charges of promoting child pornography over the Internet. More...

Free Pets and the Newborn Class at Putnam Hospital Center

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Governor Pataki Signs Penny’s Law

Law toughens penalties for juveniles convicted as adults

Governor Pataki joined with families of victims on July 22 to sign Penny More...

Putnam Mortgage Buy Down Program

Putnam County Housing Corp. grant money still available

Carmel -The Putnam County Housing Corporation (PCHC) has received $83,345 in funding from the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York through its Affordable Housing Program (AHP) to establish the Putnam Mortgage Buy Down Program in partnership with HSBC. More...

Senior Housing Applications Available

Applications for the Gleneida Court Senior Housing Complex, 10, 12, 14 Gleneida Court, are available by calling 225-8493 or TTD Relay (800) 662-1220 or writing to the Management Agent, Putnam County Housing Corporation, 11 Seminary Hill Road, Carmel, More...

Putnam Hospital Center to Offer One-Day Prepared Childbirth Class

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

Happy 103rd Birthday to Christine Montrastelle Bonacio

Special birthday greetings are being sent to Christine Montrastelle Bonacio, formerly of Stone Street, Cold Spring. She will be celebrating her 103rd birthday on August 4, 2003. More...

Fishkill Creek Watershed Committee to Meet

The Fishkill Creek Watershed Committee will hold its monthly meeting on Monday, August 4, from 7-9 PM at the East Fishkill Community Library, Rt. 376, Hopewell Junction (next to East Fishkill Town Hall). More...

Manitoga Hosts Annual Russel Wright Awards on September 21st

The 2003 Russel Wright Awards will honor designer Jack Lenor Larsen, environmentalist Harvey Keyes Flad and modern design impresario Rob Forbes. More...

Putnam ARC Fundraiser Run/Walk Scheduled For Oct. 19

Put October 19, 2003 on your calendars now, as PARC will host its "Fall Foliage Fun Run & Walk" in the neighborhoods of Putnam Valley, starting and finishing at the NEW Putnam Valley High School. More...

Governor Pataki Signs Law to Combat Underage Drinking

Law requires registration of kegs, will help track buyers of kegs for underage parties

Governor has joined law enforcement officials, concerned advocates, and beer retailers to sign legislation that is intended to help curb underage drinking by requiring the registration of beer kegs. More...

GVAC June Activities

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Senior Menu

Cold Spring Friendship Center

Thursday - Stuffed shells with tomato sauce, Italian mixed vegetables, tossed salad, peaches. More...

Putnam Valley Man Arrested for Outstanding Warrant

A Town of Putnam Valley man was arrested by the Putnam County Sheriff More...

Vessel Strikes Bannerman’s Island on Hudson

Putnam County Sheriff Smith reports that four people were injured n a boating accident on the Hudson River on Sunday July 20. The four occupants of the boat were transported to Saint Luke More...

Governor Announces On-Line "Local Open Space Planning Guide"

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Mount Gulian Heritage Summer Camp for Children

What does Churning Butter, Catching Tadpoles and Playing a Game of Graces have in Common? These are some of the many fun things children at Mount Gulian More...

Hospital Seeks Volunteers for Osteoporosis Research Study

The Helen Hayes Hospital Clinical Research Center in West Haverstraw is currently recruiting women to participate in a new six-month research study examining new treatments for bone loss and osteoporosis. More...

Hospice Care in Westchester and Putnam Offers Free Adult Bereavement Support Sessions

People often feel overwhelmed with grief following the loss of a loved one. More...

The Telehealth Program: Home Care Without the Home Visit

"This program has changed my life," said Grace Meliambro, who suffers from Chronic Heart Failure and is one of the many patients that now have a Telehealth unit in their home from the Visiting Nurse Association of Hudson Valley. More...

Mekeel’s Corner Chapel Restoration Seeking Help With Effort

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Volunteers Needed Aboard Hudson River Sloop Clearwater

Fun and exciting volunteer opportunities await aboard the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, a 106-foot traditionally rigged sailboat. More...

Talk of the Town

Can you believe it? July is already over! Time to get the kids thinking about going back to school (not!). Cold Spring Fire Department is having their annual "Block Party" down at the dock this Saturday night. More...

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