September 17, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Garrison Institute to Host Dalai Lama and Largest Gathering of North American Followers Next Week

Garrison Institute will play host to the 14th Dalai Lama when the largest gathering of Buddhists Dharma Centers in North America takes place next week at the former Capuchin monastery in Garrison. More...

Nelsonville Board Monthly Meeting Addresses Repair and Clean-up Issues in Village

At their September monthly meeting, the Village of Nelsonville Board of Trustees discussed a variety of repairs and clean-up activities that needed to be addressed around the Village, including obstructions on several trails and a drainage problem on More...

Bill Mazzuca Talks About Issues Facing Philipstown

"As I look forward to the opportunity to serve once again as your Town Supervisor, I think about what has been accomplished these past ten years, how that has been done and what lies ahead for all of us. More...

Coming Events

 

Schools

Garrison Students Reach Out on September 11

As the second anniversary of September 11, 2001 approached, the Garrison School faculty discussed many commemorative possibilities. Two teachers were moved by a heartfelt request from an American soldier engaged in the rebuilding of Iraq. More...

BOCES Board to Meet Sept. 24

The next meeting of the Board of Putnam/Northern West-chester Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) will be held on Thursday, September 25th at 4:30 pm in the Board Room of the School Services Building. The public is invited. More...

Cold Spring Resident at St. Lawrence University

St. Lawrence University welcomes a Cold Spring student as a member of the class of 2007. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Lorette Cotennec

Lorette Cotennec, a Cold Spring resident since 1963, passed away on September 10, 2003 at her home. She was born in Bretagne, France in 1927 and immigrated to the United States in the 1950 More...

Bondi Submits 2004 Budget

Delivers 13th 0% Tax Increase, but proposes increases in some user fees

On September 10, County Executive Robert Bondi submitted his thirteenth consecutive 0% property tax increase budget to the Putnam County Legislature. His $113 million 2004 budget, which represents a $7. More...

Village of Cold Spring Set to Take Over Loretto Rest Property

Plans to renovate building dependent on fundraising

At the September 9 monthly meeting of the Village of Cold Spring Board of Trustees, Mayor Anthony Phillips indicated that the Loretto Rest Property could be in Village hands by the end of the month. More...

PV School Board Chooses to Hold Regular Meeting on 9/11

Facilities, language and new teachers on the agenda

"When we have to consider canceling a regularly scheduled meeting of the board of education when it falls on September 11, we know our lives have been changed forever," said School Superintendent Gary Tutty at the opening of the Putnam Vall More...

Ordinary Citizens Cited for Bravery by Legislature

Legislative Proclamations recognize volunteers

On September 2 the County Court House was crowded with State and local dignitaries, most of who came at the request of Carmel Judge James F. Reitz. More...

Ann McGrath Gallagher Offers Position on Town Clerk Issues

"Little changes could make a big difference in the Town Clerk More...

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Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Prolonged Public Discussion of St. Basil Issue Will Effect Children

Brian,

I can More...

Threatened Lawsuit Seeks to Stifle Opposition of Subdivision Proposal

Dear Editor,

It appears that proponents of the proposed Mountain Trace subdivision have moved into the next phase of their assault on Philipstown, that of endeavoring to intimidate those who dare to speak out against it. More...

Returned Puppy Shows Value of Community

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Sports News

Haldane Varsity Off to Strong Start

It More...

Philipstown Hawk Mighty Mite’s Victorious Again 12-8

The Philipstown Hawk Might Mite football team had their second victory of the season on Sunday, 9/14 against the Marlboro Dukes. The offense, run by Coach Joe Luezzi executed their plays to the Tee. More...

Pee Wee Hawks Defeated by Monroe, 14-0

The Hawks traveled to Monroe this weekend and were upended by the score of 14 - 0. With a bye in their league, the coaching staff looked to keep their team ready and prepared. More...

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