October 15, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Nelsonville Board Addresses Flooding Issues Around Village

Residents also target James Pond issue at monthly meeting

Flooding issues dominated the monthly meeting of the Village of Nelsonville Board of Trustees, as residents turned out in force to voice their concern for several problem areas in the Village. More...

Blood Drive to be Held in Putnam Valley

Supply is Low in Community

One of the few things that hasn More...

Vinny Tamagna Gives Positions on Issues

"As the people More...

Nat Prentice States Why He’s Running for Town Council

"I am running to find new ways to be responsive to you and to improve our quality of life - that don More...

 

Schools

Freddie the Fire Truck Visits Garrison School

On Thursday, October 9th, Freddie the little red Fire Truck and his fellow fire fighters from the Garrison Volunteer Fire Company and the Cold Spring Volunteer Fire Company came to school for Fire Prevention Week. More...

PVHS Student Art On Display

Four Putnam Valley High School seniors have been enjoying an extended exhibition of their artwork at two local venues this fall. Jenn Agro, Elisabeth Carr, Valentina Ivezic and Mari Peryuero created impressive visual art in various media. More...

Births

None this week, please check our index or search for a name with the search function. More...

Briefly Noted

Planned Parenthood 32nd Annual Tag Sale and Auction

Join the treasure hunt on Oct. 17th, 18th and 19th, at the poolhouse of the historic Lyndhurst Estate, which will be filled with valuable treasures donated in support of Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic. More...

Hospice Care in Westchester and Putnam Celebrates the Tree of Life

As the holiday season approaches, people everywhere are looking forward to sharing special moments with family and friends. This is also a time to reflect and remember loved ones, past and present, who have touched our lives. More...

Putnam Hospital Center to Announces Next Childbirth Class

The Birthing Center at Putnam Hospital Center has scheduled its next one-day prepared childbirth class for Saturday, November 15th, from 9 am to 5 pm, at the hospital at 670 Stoneleigh Avenue in Carmel. More...

Vision 2010 Document Completed

Putnam unveils plans for its future

At a press conference on October 7, County Executive Robert Bondi unveiled Vision 2010, a sixty-two page document outlining the vision Putnam County has for its future. More...

Special Track and Field Committee Stymied by Definitions of Track and Field in Proposition Passed by Voters

NYS Graduation requirements going up for Class of 2005

During a workshop meeting on Tuesday, October 7, the Haldane Board of Education heard recommendations from their Track/Athletic Field Committee concerning placement of the new track and field facility. More...

Putnam Asks for "Preserve America" Designation

New White House initiative tailor-made for Putnam

In March, First Lady Laura Bush introduced Preserve America, a new executive order initiative signed by the Bush White House. Its purpose is to preserve America More...

Twenty Additional Birds Test Positive for West Nile Virus

The Putnam County Health Department received notification last week from the NYS Department of Health that twenty more birds, 19 crows and 1 blue jay, have tested positive for West Nile virus. More...

Gordon Casement Announces Platform for Town Assessor

"Philipstown is a very unique community. I share your pride in that! I am running for Town Assessor because it correlates and utilizes the knowledge that I have acquired from my past and present career experience and training. More...

PublicNotice

The Nelsonville Clean up will take place this Friday. All items must be on the curb by 6 am for pickup. See the legal notice in last week More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Chambers’ Boards Do Have Politicians On Board

Dear Brian

As former President of the Chamber of Commerce, I believe a response must be made to the very vocal minority who constantly nip at the heals of the volunteers who donate their time to serve on the board of the Chamber of Commerce. More...

Dunn Urges Residents to Show Interest

Currently, there are two major projects before the Planning, Zoning and/or Architectural Review Boards. One is on the site of the disused lumberyard; there is a new owner, a new plan and a new set of requests for variances. More...

More on St. Basil’s and Lacrosse Team

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Obituaries  Free Access 

None this week, please check our index or search for a name with the search function. More...

Sports News

Homecoming Week Festivities Planned for This Weekend at PVHS

One of the casualties of Hurricane Isabel was Homecoming Week at Putnam Valley High School. Designated as More...

Flag Hawks Win Big Over Wappingers

This weeks contest had the Flag Hawks taking their high powered offense and their stingy defense to Newburgh to take on the Wappinger More...

Hawks Remain On Top

The Hawks took their winning attitude to Beacon Saturday night and took control of the game right from the start. Having confidence in their defense, the coaching staff decided to defer the coin toss, giving the ball to Beacon first. More...

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