December 31, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Putnam Valley Education Board Hears Reports at Year End Meeting

Location of 5th grade still under discussion

In its final meeting of the eventful year of 2003, the Putnam Valley Board of Education heard reports of a flood, the start of a military club, the Superintendent More...

Philipstown Board Considers Benefits Of Wind Energy

Board also approves Cablevision proposal and bids farewell to outgoing members at monthly meeting

Is wind energy in Philipstown More...

Public Notice

The Swearing in Ceremony for the newly elected officials from Philipstown will take place at noon on January 1, 2004 at the VFW Hall on Kemble Ave. in Cold Spring and at 3 pm at Town Hall. More...

 

Schools

Winter Concerts a Success at Garrison School

Garrison School had a successful Winter Concert season with two concerts performed by students in all grades. The first concert was held on December 11 and was entitled, "The Unity Tree. More...

Garrison School Primary Students Celebrate the First Thanksgiving Feast

The Kindergarteners, First and Second Graders at Garrison School gathered together to celebrate the First Thanksgiving Feast on Monday, November 24. Garrison School students completed a variety of activities to prepare for this special event. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Ruth Smith Russell

Ruth (Smith) Russell, age 74, of 19 Silano Drive, died Monday December 22 at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital in Torrington, Connecticut. More...

Haldane Policy Manual Review Undertaken

Local diploma option extended

At its December 16th meeting, the Haldane Board of Education introduced seven new policies and revised a number of existing policies in connection with a review of its Board Policy Manual. More...

The "Salt Of The Earth"

A retired Putnam Valley Town Supervisor recently said of Charlie Ferrante, "He is the salt of the earth and I don More...

Putnam Valley and County Engage In Community Projects

As the year 2003 winds down, Putnam Valley More...

Philipstown Town Clerk Extends Office Hours

Tina Merando, the Philipstown Town Clerk-Elect, has announced that starting in January, the Philipstown Town Clerk More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

New NYS Law Protects Consumers from Identity Theft

On January 1, 2004 a new state law goes into effect requiring merchants who do business in New York to remove expiration dates of debit and credit cards from electronically created printed receipts. More...

Subdivisions of Property Can Effect Your Home’s Value

Village of Cold Spring code requires a public hearing prior to the approval by the planning board of subdivisions within the Village. More...

Births

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

Briefly Noted

Explore Reptiles as Pets at the Westchester Expo in January

Reptiles as pets will be the focus of the NY Metro Reptile Expo at the Westchester County Center in White Plains on Saturday & Sunday, January 10 & 11, from 10am to 4pm each day. More...

Forty Percent of New York Smokers Will Include "Quitting Smoking" on 2004 New Year’s Resolution List

The American Legacy Foundation surveyed smokers this week in New York City about their addiction to cigarettes and their intentions to quit. The survey found that the majority of the city More...

Commission on Education Reform Sets Public Hearings

Fact-Finding Meetings to Help Commission in Preparing Final Report

Frank G. More...

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