June 2, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Putnam Valley Puts The Memory Back In Memorial Day

Putnam Valley Supervisor Carmelo Santos and Congresswoman Sue Kelly stood with their heads bowed, as onlookers did the same. They came to Putnam Valley More...

Galef Announces Survey Results on Bottle Bill, Smoking Age and Senior Driving

State Assemblywoman Sandy Galef released the results of a survey of her constituents in the 90th Assembly District in the towns of Ossining, Cortlandt, Putnam Valley, Philipstown, Kent, and the city of Peekskill. More...

PUBLIC NOTICES

The regular monthly meeting of the Village of Cold Spring Planning Board will be held on June 8, 2004. More...

 

Schools

Christine N. Otero and Alexandra E. Zwolski Awarded Degrees from Salve Regina University

Christine N. Otero of Putnam Valley was awarded a bachelor of science degree in Business Administration from Salve Regina University during its 54th commencement on Sunday, May 16 on the oceanside lawn of McAuley Hall. More...

PV High School PTSA Plans Summer Reading Book Fair

From Monday, June 14 through Thursday, June 17th, the Putnam Valley High School PTSA will be holding its summer reading book fair at Barnes & Noble Booksellers at the Cortlandt town center in Mohegan Lake. More...

PVHS Sponsors First-Ever Senior Show at Drum Hill

The Putnam Valley High School Art Department is proud to announce its first-ever Senior Art Show, at Drum Hill Senior Living, 90 Ringgold Street, Peekskill. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

The Reverend Richard A. Chartier

Richard A. Chartier, 80, a Poughkeepsie resident since 2000 and husband to Grace Robertson Williams, died on Wednesday night at Vassar Brothers Medical Center. The family is appreciative or the attention received there. More...

Ernest L. Waivada

Ernest L. Waivada, 78, of Garrison, NY, died on Thursday, May 27, 2004. He had a strong will to live and the tenacity to overcome numerous life-threatening illnesses. More...

Sports News

Haldane Softball Team Defeated in Sectionals

First season in Class C a success despite the loss

As the batter was thrown out at first for the final out of Haldane More...

Hudson Valley Orienteering Offers Instruction and Competition

There will be orienteering instruction and competition on June 20, 2004 at Winding Hills County Park in Montgomery, NY. The Hudson Valley Orienteering Club will give instruction and set beginner courses and an advanced course. More...

Renovation Plans for Garrison Water District Topic at Town Workshop

Water District costs will increase to meet demands by BOH

At the May 26 weekly workshop meeting of the Philipstown Town Board, Councilman Richard Shea presented a progress report on the upcoming Garrison Water District renovation project. More...

Sun Smiles on Memorial Day Parade in Philipstown

Residents out in full force to support past and present troops

It seemed as though all the homes in Cold Spring and Nelsonville were empty on Monday morning. More...

Putnam Valley Senior Center Called "An Adventure into the Future" as Groundbreaking Takes Place

This past May was designated Older Americans Month, and on Thursday, May 27, Federal, State, County and Local dignitaries gathered at the Putnam Valley Town Park for the official Senior Center Ground Breaking Ceremony. More...

Putnam County Day to be Celebrated at the Historic Courthouse in Carmel

Putnam County will observe the 192nd Anniversary of its creation on Friday, June 11th, at 10 am. The theme this year will be "Putnam County and its people." More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Galef Comments on Sale of Junk Food in Schools

I have recently introduced a bill, A.6563b, which bans the sale of junk food. in vending machines for public schools. When I polled my constituents in a newsletter, 95% of those who responded were in favor of this measure. More...

Concerns Over Lake Valhalla Development Are On Target

Dear Editor and Philipstown Friends,

Mr. Vartanian More...

Troubling When Speculation is Presented as Fact

Dear Editor,

Writing to the editor is a wonderful opportunity that provides everyone an equal opportunity to express views and ideas. It provides a forum for opening up communication in the community. More...

Births

Bianca Grace Garcia

Baby girl Bianca Grace Garcia was born May 21, 2004, weighing 6 lbs. 10 oz., to parents Jill and Gerardo Garcia of Lake Peekskill, in Putnam Hospital Center. More...

Briefly Noted

Free Housing Fair to be Held in Peekskill

The Preservation Company, a not-for-profit organization that offers a variety of services regarding home ownership, home improvement and tenant counseling, is hosting a free Housing Fair on Saturday, June 12, 2004, 10 am until 1 pm, at Hudson River C More...

Plans Underway for 10th Annual Support-A-Walk

Support Connection, a not-for-profit organization that offers free and confidential support services to people affected by breast and ovarian cancer, announces that plans are underway for the 10th Annual Support-A-Walk to be held Sunday, October 3, 2 More...

Author Chippy Irvine to Speak at St. Mary’s

The Women of St. Mary More...

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