October 22, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Health Department Reports Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Outbreak in Putnam

The Putnam County Department of Health has identified 10 confirmed and 7 probable cases of pertussis (whooping cough) since July in Cold Spring, Garrison, Putnam Valley, Mahopac, Kent, Brewster and Patterson. More...

Halloween Parade will be Held This Saturday

This will be the 10th year of the Halloween Costume Parade sponsored by the Cold Spring Chamber of Commerce, Staley / Gretzinger and The Guide Phone Book. More...

Parishioners Celebrate Pope John Paul II’s Anniversary

A weeklong celebration of the 25th anniversary of the ascendancy to the papacy of Pope John Paul II culminated in a festive event at the Cold Spring riverfront on Sunday October 19th. More...

Election Workers Needed in Philipstown

Any interested registered Republicans, Democrats and registered voters not affiliated with any other party (registered as a Blank) may call the Town Clerk More...

 

Schools

PVHS TheatreWorks Prepares for Hilarious Fall Comedy

The Putnam Valley High School TheatreWorks Fall Comedy is quickly approaching. On November 21, 22, and 23, PVHS TheatreWorks will host the 2003 Fall Drama production of Neil Simons More...

BOCES to Hold Workshop on Building Positive Relationships With Parents

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BOCES Program Offered - Using Guided Reading in the Classroom

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Births

Paris Riley Johnson

Erika and Jeffrey Johnson of Peekskill are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Paris Riley Johnson, born on September 25 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center. More...

Nicole Kristina Yannarelli

A daughter, Nicole Kristina, was born on September 21, 2003 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center to parents Lisa and Rudy Yannarelli of Fishkill. More...

Maria Patricia Barry

A baby girl, Maria Patricia, was born to Cold Spring residents Mary Pat Gorman-Barry and Kevin Barry on September 17th. The baby was delivered at Hudson Valley Hospital Center. Maternal parents, Tom and Ann Marie Gorman, are from Yorktown Heights. More...

Sports News

Haldane Cross-Country Team Performs Well

On Tuesday, October 14th Haldane More...

Flag Hawks Victorious Again

On a day when most people are looking forward to staying home to curl up with a good book, the Flag Hawks took their game to LaGrange to take on the Hudson Valley Knights B squad. More...

Haldane Volleyball Continues to Thrive

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Legislature Asks for More Time on Lake MacGregor

Bondi calls for vote before Election Day

At the October 7 Legislative meeting, Legislators voted 8 to 1 to request an extension on the time frame for the purchase of the Lake MacGregor/Mahopac Airport property in Carmel, to November 15. More...

Garrison School Board Addresses Unexpected Vacancy

Board member Tom Pasquazi resigns; position to remain open until next election

The Garrison Union Free School District Board of Education accepted the resignation of Board member Tom Pasquazi at their October 15 regular meeting. The vacancy will not be filled until the public vote on May 18, 2004. More...

Putnam Valley’s Silent Majority Being Asked to Speak Out

"The Town is running well - there are a few problems, but they are being worked on," commented Putnam Valley Town Supervisor Carmelo Santos as he opened up the October 15 Town Board meeting. More...

All Quiet in Cold Spring at Village’s Monthly Meeting

With no major issues before them, the Village of Cold Spring Board of Trustees ran quickly through a variety of housekeeping matters at their October 14 monthly meeting, including a request from Cablevision for additional services and a contract for More...

Philipstown Woman Killed in Vehicle Crash

Putnam County Sheriff Smith reports that a Town of Philipstown woman was seriously injured in a two vehicle crash on Route 9 in the Town of Philipstown on October 16th. More...

Sheriff Smith Warns of Counterfeit Travelers Checks

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports that his department More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Wishful Thinking Distorts Tamagna’s Record

Mr. Rolston, in his recent attack on my notifying the community thru several recent letters to this paper about the condition of the Chamber and the apparent hijacking of it for the political gain of Mr. More...

A Historical Perspective of Development Is Needed When Considering James Pond

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Ann Gallagher Would Be Asset To Philipstown

Dear Editor,

As a former Chairman of the Philipstown Planning Board, I had the pleasure of working with Ann Gallagher from 1997 through 2001. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Dorothy A. Gallio

Dorothy A. Gallio, a longtime Beacon resident and formerly of Cold Spring, entered into rest Thursday, October 16, 2003 at Fishkill Health Center. She was 86. More...

Gretchen Louise Burnham Sprague

Gretchen Louise Burnham Sprague, 77 years old, died at the Westchester Medical Center, on October 18, 2003. She was born in Lincoln, NE, on March 26, 1926, the daughter of Archer Lowell Burnham and Cecilia Hoehne Burnham. More...

Briefly Noted

Fright Night at The Museum of the Hudson Highlands

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Great Swamp Celebration and Art Show

Swamp. Celebrate? You may be asking why these two words are side by side. That is exactly why you should attend the Friends of the Great Swamp Celebration and Art Exhibit at Christ Church in Pawling on October 24 and 25! More...

Howland Library Thrills & Chills Story Hour

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Weekly Poll

How extensive should parking changes be in downtown Cold Spring?




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