February 4, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Whooping Cough (Pertussis) Outbreak Continues

County Health Department provides information on prevention and treatment

Cases of whooping cough (pertussis) continue to be reported in the Putnam area. As of Monday, February 2nd, the Putnam County Health Department reports 70 confirmed cases across the county with 12 additional probable cases. More...

Public Notice

The Philipstown Planning Board Public Hearing and meeting originally scheduled for January 27th has been changed. The Meeting and Hearing will now take place on Tuesday, February 24th at 7:30 pm, Town Hall. More...

Repeated DWI Infractions Leads to State Prison Term

Putnam District Attorney, Kevin L. Wright, announced that convicted drunk driver Wilber Guerra, age 26 of Brewster, was sentenced January 27, to serve a State Prison term of up to four years on his felony conviction. More...

 

Schools

PV Scholar Athletes Recognized

The Putnam Valley Sports Department honored its four Scholar Athlete teams at basketball halftimes during the first week of January. The teams being honored were Field Hockey, Football, Girls More...

BOCES Tech Center to Hold Open House

If you dream of being the next Steven Spielberg, Emeril LaGasse or Donald Trump, take the first step toward making those dreams a reality by attending Open House at the Tech Center at Putnam/Northern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Servi More...

103 PV Students Continue Efforts to Raise Military Morale

The Make-A-Difference Day Club of Putnam Valley will be collecting donations and letters of gratitude for our soldiers overseas. Club Advisor and High School teacher, Mrs. Linda Cefaloni, is looking for donations of: More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Margaret [Pegi] Clark Pearson

Margaret [Pegi] Clark Pearson died January 27, 2004 in Bradenton, Florida. She came to Sarasota 15 years ago from Garrison, NY. More...

Sports News

Haldane Boys Basketball Inching Back

Due to the midterm schedule last week, which marked the middle of the school year for Haldane and its students, the varsity boys More...

Personnel Committee Moves Forward Candidacy for Putnam County Health Commissioner

Putnam County More...

Putnam Valley Assessor’s Office Discusses STAR Basic & Enhanced Tax Reductions, Special Exemptions and Completing the 100% Revaluation Project

Sole Assessor Ed Vreeland and Deputy Assessor Sheryl Keating discussed details of STAR school tax reductions, special real property assessed value exemptions and completion of the 100% Revaluation project at a meeting held Friday, January 30, 2004. More...

Garrison Woman Wrestles With Raccoon

Cell phone used to call for help while animal is subdued

Michelle Clifton of Garrison reports to the PCN&R that she was attacked by a raccoon last Saturday morning, January 31st, as she was walking on her driveway on S. Mtn. Pass Rd. in Garrison. More...

What Ever Happened to the PCB’s in the Hudson?

What ever happened to the PCB More...

Hudson River Sloop Clearwater Volunteer Crew Needed!

Fun and exciting volunteer opportunities await on the rustic sailboat Clearwater. Volunteers live on board for one week, teaching students about the ecology of the Hudson River and helping with the boat. More...

Dia:Beacon Announces Free Putnam County Day

Residents of Putnam County are invited to visit Dia:Beacon free of charge as part of Dia More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Are We Awakening to the Being in Becoming?

Full Story

Riverkeeper Corrects Mr. Zutt’s Statements Regarding Position on Putnam Valley Zoning Proposal

Editor,

I write to ask that the Putnam County News and Recorder print a correction of Riverkeeper, Inc. More...

The Facts, Ma’am, Just the Facts

Dear Publisher,

The January 14th news article, "Saint Basil Academy Directed to Close by State," by your reporter, Maria Theodore Leiter, was not evenly presented, thoroughly researched news. More...

Births

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

Weekly Poll

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