January 21, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Consent for Mining Application Granted to Carmel Property Owner

Legislature Holds Reorganization Meeting

Robert McGuigan, Jr., was named to a second term as Chairman of the Putnam County Legislature during the January 6 organizational meeting. McGuigan, the District 8 Legislator, was nominated by Legislator Vincent Tamagna. More...

Putnam Valley Board of Education Must Answer Parents’ Suit in Court

Family wants information from investigation of alleged sexual abuse

The Putnam Valley Board of Education is due to appear before Putnam County Court Judge John Sweeny later this week to show cause why a late notice of claim should not be granted. More...

Assemblywoman Galef Takes Office to the People

State Assemblywoman Sandy Galef today announced that she will bring her office into the communities she represents throughout the 90th Assembly District which includes the towns of Ossining, Cortlandt, Philipstown, Putnam Valley, and Kent, and the ci More...

Embracing Our Local Heroes: Cold Spring and Nelsonville Men and Women Serving their Country

The January 5th, 2004 Time Magazine dedicated its front cover - Person of the Year- to the American Soldier. More...

Putnam Valley Board of Education Must Answer Parents’ Suit in Court

Family wants information from investigation of alleged sexual abuse

The Putnam Valley Board of Education is due to appear before Putnam County Court Judge John Sweeny later this week to show cause why a late notice of claim should not be granted. More...

Embracing Our Local Heroes: Cold Spring and Nelsonville Men and Women Serving their Country

The January 5th, 2004 Time Magazine dedicated its front cover - Person of the Year- to the American Soldier. More...

 

Schools

Garrison’s Second Graders...Scientists, Music Makers and Dreamers

In a unit that explores the common forms of energy around us, such as light, heat, wind, magnetism, and sound, second graders have made their own musical instruments. More...

Belluscio Graduates Magna Cum Laude

Joseph Belluscio graduated Magna Cum Laude from State University of New York, Plattsburgh, on December 13, 2003. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications with a minor in fitness training. More...

PVHS Hosts First Annual College Experience Night

January 8, 2004, was the first annual "College Experience Night" at Putnam Valley High School, held in the PVHS Library and sponsored by the PVHS PTSA. More...

Briefly Noted

Putnam County Historical Society & Foundry School Museum Welcomes New Education Director

Penny M. Brickman, the newly appointed Education Director of the Putnam County Historical Society, has been affiliated with a variety of historic sites throughout the Hudson River Valley. More...

AARP Tax Prep Service Opens Another Season

AARP Tax-Aid, the free, volunteer-run tax preparation service for middle-and-low-income taxpayers, with special attention to those age 60 and older, opens its 36th season on February 2. More...

Senior Menu

Cold Spring Friendship Center - 265-3952
Putnam Valley Friendship Center - 528-2662

Thursday - Baked ziti w. meat sauce, Italian mixed veggies, tossed salad, fruit cocktail. More...

Mayor Phillips Calls for Cooperation on Parking During Snowstorms

Village Board discusses stricter enforcement of winter parking rules

Mayor Anthony Phillips is once again calling upon villagers to heed the winter parking rules. More...

Putnam County is First in New York to Receive Special "Preserve America" Designation

Governor Pataki announced last week that Putnam County has received a Preserve America Award at a White House ceremony hosted by First Lady Laura Bush. More...

County Providing Influenza and Pneumonia Vaccine Clinics

The Putnam County Department of Health will be providing an influenza and pneumonia vaccine clinic at the Putnam County Health Department on January 22nd from 4 to 7 pm. More...

Weather Causes Blood Supply Shortage

NY Blood Center urges donors to donate

The community blood supply is currently 50% below what it should be, forcing New York Blood Center to issue an urgent plea for blood donations. Last week More...

Public Notice

The Town of Philipstown has two (2) vacancies on the Planning Board and one (1) vacancy on the Board of Assessment Review. Any persons interested should submit their resume to: Town Supervisor Mazzuca, 238 Main Street, Cold Spring. More...

Cold Spring Mayor Phillips Calls for Cooperation on Parking During Snowstorms

Village Board discusses stricter enforcement of winter parking rules

Mayor Anthony Phillips is once again calling upon villagers to heed the winter parking rules. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

OCFS Decision Does Not Serve Best Interest of St. Basil’s Children

Dear Editor,

I was sad and shocked to learn of the closing of St. Basil More...

Garrison School Board is Harming All Children

I am shocked and appalled by the actions of the Garrison School Board. It seems they would rather have St. Basil More...

Closing St. Basil’s So Quickly Is Cruel To Children

Dear Editor: More...

Births

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

Obituaries  Free Access 

Audrey Edyth Perpall Post

Audrey Edyth Perpall Post - Beloved mother and grandmother entered into eternal life on Tuesday, January 13, 2004 at the age of 92. She was a lifetime resident of Cold Spring, NY. More...

Walter Hopkins

Walter Hopkins age 84 of Philadelphia, PA died on Sunday Jan. 18, 2004 at his residence in Pennsylvania. More...

Sports News

Children’s Rehabilitation Center Announces Date For Annual Golf Outing

The Children More...

Haldane Girls Basketball Continues to Thrive

At 11-0, the Haldane Girls Varsity Basketball team has showed no signs of slowing down as they continue to mark up the win column. More...

Weekly Poll

How extensive should parking changes be in downtown Cold Spring?




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