November 19, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Philipstown Town Board to Adopt Final Budget

The Philipstown Town Board will adopt their final budget for the fiscal year 2004 at their weekly workshop scheduled for Wednesday, November 19th, 8 pm. More...

Philipstown Town Board Retains Democrats while County Legislature Holds on to Republican Majority

Board of Election completes absentee ballot count

A number of close races in Philipstown remain unchanged by the absentee ballot count that took place last Thursday at the Putnam County Board of Elections. More...

Inmate Commits Suicide At County Correctional Facility

An inmate at the Putnam County Correctional Facility died in an apparent suicide at the Facility on Saturday, November 15th according to the Sheriff More...

PV Historical Society to Hold Holiday Bazaar

A holiday boutique, featuring handmade quilts and crafts, organic goods, handcrafted jewelry, baked treats and good old-fashioned holiday fun and cheer, will be held at the One Room Schoolhouse Museum in Putnam Valley on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. More...

 

Schools

PVHS Language Students Are On the Move

Putnam Valley High School More...

Haldane Turkey Trot Announces Winners

Congratulations to all who ran or walked in the Haldane Soccer Association's 3rd Annual Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 15th. Special thanks to Hudson Valley Outfitters for their donation. More...

PVHS Students Learn First-Hand About Consequences of Drinking and Driving

On Friday, October 24, the Putnam Valley High School Chapter of SADD sponsored a visit by a remarkable young man whose message is simple: drinking and driving can have life changing, tragic consequences. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Mary Schmager Geurds

Mary Schmager Geurds age 90 of Fishkill, NY formerly a long time Philipstown area resident died on Wednesday November 12, 2003 at the Lutheran Care Center in Poughkeepsie, NY. More...

Louise Capone

Louise Capone died on Monday, October 27, 2003. She was 81 years old. More...

Legislators Make Devil’s Bargain to Save Open Space

DEP funding signals end to Mahopac Airport

Despite loud protests over the terms set forth by the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, Putnam Couty Legislators voted 6 to 2 last Tuesday to approve the contract that would allow the County to use $11. More...

Philipstown Board Calls 2004 Budget the Worst in Years

Hearing for final budget scheduled for November 19; 14% tax increase likely

The Philipstown Town Board cut, debated and cut some more as they whittled one of the toughest budgets in years down to a manageable level at their November 17 budget workshop, the last before the public hearing scheduled for November 19. More...

Cold Spring Village Board Announces Change in Winter Parking Dates

Water Treatment Plant incident also addressed at monthly meeting

At their November 18 monthly meeting, the Cold Spring Village Board of Trustees discussed the ramifications of the recent interruption in service at the Water Treatment Plant because of a car accident. More...

Jeffrey Rumpf Leaves a Legacy in Putnam Valley

Putnam Valley Arts Council honors outgoing camp director

Over the past four years Jeff Rumpf has breathed the gift of life into two lifeless Putnam Valley camps, the YMCA Camp Combe and the J.V. Mara CYO Camp. More...

Tribute to Veterans Well-Attended in Cold Spring

Approximately eighty people attended the special tribute in Cold Spring at the memorial at the corner of Route 9D and 301 More...

Sisters at Graymoor to Host Classic Christmas Concert Featuring Artists from the Manhattan School Of Music

The Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement at Graymoor in Garrison, and performing artists from the prestigious Manhattan School of Music, proudly present "Reflections on the Star", a classic Christmas concert, on Saturday, December 6th at 3 p More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Haldane Talent Show Creates Fond Memories

This past Friday night, it was my pleasure to attend the Haldane High School talent show. What an impressive array of talent was presented in the packed auditorium! More...

Public Hearing on Gateway to Philipstown

A very important public hearing will be held by the Planning Board on November 20th at 7:30. More...

Warns of Companies Who Do Testing on Animals

Editor,

Due to a failure to communicate regarding clumping litter, Mango - and now a second Citron kitten, called Romeo, whom I trapped last week- are available for adoption. More...

Births

Joseph Scott Turner

Jill Harmon and Franklin Turn of Carmel are proud parents of Joseph Scott Turner, born at Putnam Hospital Center on November 3rd. More...

Sports News

Pop Warner Jr. PeeWee Cheerleaders End Season With Hurrah

Well, the 2003 season for the Pop Warner Jr. PeeWee Cheerleaders is at an end. And what a season it was for them! They cheered for the Pop Warner Football Division III PeeWee Champions. More...

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