September 1, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

The Hope for Youth Foundation Receives $10,000 Grant from Entergy Nuclear Northeast

The Hope for Youth Foundation has received a $10,000 matching grant from Entergy Nuclear Northeast Corporation which will match all Hope for Youth Foundation Hudson Valley Long Range Weather Calendar sales up to $10,000. More...

Putnam Board of Election Prepares for Absentee Voting in Primary

The Putnam County Board of Elections will be open additional hours to enable registered voters who will not be in the county on the day of the Primary Election, September 14, 2004 to vote absentee at the Board. More...

Putnam Valley Library Seeking Nominees for Connolly Award

Each year the members of the Putnam Valley community join the Putnam Valley Library to honor Virginia Connolly, a past President of the Library Board of Trustees. More...

 

Schools

Marist to Offer Video Game Developer Certificate

Marist College will inaugurate a new online, non-credit academic program next month leading to a certificate in computer and video game development. More...

School’s Open - Let’s Keep Our Roads Safe!

Column by Assemblyman Willis H. Stephens, Jr. More...

Putnam Valley School Announces Free And Reduced Meal Price Policy

The Putnam Valley School District has announced a free and reduced price meal policy for its Elementary and Middle School and High School children for the 2004/2005 school year. More...

Briefly Noted

Support Connection to Start New Support Group

Support Connection, a not-for-profit organization offering free and confidential breast and ovarian cancer support groups that meet on a regular basis, is pleased to announce the following the formation of a "Young Women More...

September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month

Observed since 1987, Library Card Sign-up Month is a time when the American Library Association and libraries across the country remind the public about the enormous resources available through our library system. More...

New Website Can Help Many Consumers Lower Prescription Drug Bills

The cost of prescription drugs is a tremendous burden for many people. This is especially true for the more than five million New Yorkers who lack any prescription drug coverage. More...

Village of Cold Spring Sued Over Lumberyard Rezoning

Article 78 Petition alleges back-room meeting led to amendment of local law

Eighteen Cold Spring residents, angry over the recent rezoning of waterfront property that would allow multi-family development on properties along the waterfront, have filed an Article 78 Petition against the Village of Cold Spring. More...

Putnam Valley Kids Will Find School Ready & Waiting

As the evening sun slowly set over the athletic field at Putnam Valley High School, students were tossing a football back and forth to each other. More...

Appraisal Roadshow and Flea Market to be Held at Tompkins Corners UMC

On Saturday, October 2nd, from 10:30 am to 3 pm, the historic Tompkins Corners United Methodist Church will be holding an Appraisal Roadshow and Flea Market. The event will take place rain or shine. More...

New Parking Signs Erected in Cold Spring

In an effort to clarify the regulations, two new parking signs have been erected in front of the Village of Cold Spring Office at 85 Main Street. More...

Public Notice

The Nelsonville Village Board will not hold their regular monthly meeting in September. Their next monthly Board Meeting will be held on Monday, October 4th at 8pm. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Time is Running Out in World Full of Exploitation

Letter

As lightly reported in the press, Wal-Mart is shamefully exploit-foreign labor in economically backward countries and thus also depriving American labor of higher paying employment, thereby becoming America More...

Suggests Use For Lumberyard Property

Why has the Lumberyard Property caused so much controversy when the answer to the problem is so simple to resolve by just moving the Foundry Museum to the land? The advantages to Cold Spring are many, including financially. More...

Community Participation Measured Against Political Action in the Big Apple

Editor,

While I admire the protesters in New York City, I think individual participation and responsibility in local community activities is an alternative mode in which to display values. More...

Sports News

Sixth Annual Dr. Gil Rojas Memorial Golf Tournament Set for September 27th

Mark your calendars now for Monday, September 27, 2004, when the Sixth Annual Dr. Gil Rojas Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit the Putnam Hospital Center Foundation will be held at the Salem Golf Club in North Salem, NY. More...

Tour de Putnam Made its Way to Cold Spring

Cyclists from Connecticut and New Jersey take advantage of refreshments offered by Lawanda Olin of Cold Spring and Ilene Goldman of Poughkeepsie as one leg of the Tour de Putnam wound its way through picturesque Cold Spring. More...

Club Fit Hosts Fundraiser to Benefit Support Connection

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