October 27, 2004 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Franciscan Friars and Garrison Volunteer Ambulance Corps Host Pancake Breakfast

The Franciscan Friars of the Atonement and the Garrison Volunteer Ambulance Corps are hosting a Pancake Breakfast Buffet on Sunday, November 7, 2004 from 8 am to 11 am at Graymoor. More...

Local Store Clerks Cited for Selling Alcohol to Minors

Arrests are result of undercover compliance checks

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports the October 15th arrests of three local store clerks after they failed to check for proper identification before selling alcoholic beverages to minors. More...

New Program to Discuss Communicating with Healthcare Professionals

Support Connection, the not-for-profit organization offering free and confidential breast and ovarian cancer support groups that meet on a regular basis, is hosting a program entitled, "Being Your Own Healthcare Advocate." More...

DA Announces Sentencing of PV Man for Stabbing

Putnam District Attorney, Kevin Wright, announced the sentencing of Frank Gannecilli, age twenty-three of Putnam Valley. The state prison term of one to nine years was imposed on October 20, 2004, by County Court Judge Robert E. More...

State Police Seeking Help with Hit and Run Investigation

The State Police in Brewster are investigating a hit and run personal injury accident, which occurred, on October 20, 2004 at approximately 6:45 am in the Town of Southeast on State Route 312 just east of 1-84. More...

Theft of Halloween Decorations Leads to Arrest

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports the arrest of a local resident for his involvement in the theft and damage to Halloween decorations that were adorning a hamlet of Carmel business. More...

Christmas Bazaar to be Held at Grace Methodist Church

A Christmas Bazaar will be held on Friday and Saturday, November 12 and 13, at Grace Methodist Church, Peekskill Hollow Road in Putnam Valley. The Bazaar will be from 10am More...

Pataki Announces $5.5 Million in Grants to Fight Violence Against Women

Funds to provide direct services

Governor George E. Pataki today announced more than $5.5 million in funding to help combat violence against women and enhance victim services. More...

Local Knights of Columbus Receives Top Award

Loretto Council No. 536 has earned the distinction of Star Council, the international organization More...

Blood Drives are Scheduled for November

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Senator Leibell Makes Grant to Desmond-Fish Library

Senator Vincent L. Leibell More...

The Fishkill Creek Watershed Committee to Hold Meeting

The Fishkill Creek Watershed Committee will hold its monthly meeting on Monday, November 1, from 7-9 pm at the East Fishkill Community Library, Rt. 376, Hopewell Junction (next to East Fishkill Town Hall). More...

St. Mary’s Church Invites Public to Ecumenical Remembrance Service

The Episcopal Church of St. Mary-in-the-Highlands will host its third annual, village-wide ecumenical Service of Remembrance, honoring the deceased friends and relatives of area residents, on Sunday, Nov. 7, at 6 pm. More...

Bannerman Island Benefit Art Sale Extended Through November 14

The Bannerman Island benefit Art featuring prominent Hudson Valley painters and photographers has been extended through November 14. Artists at the exhibit include Jane Bannerman, the granddaughter of Frank Bannerman, VI, who built the castle. More...

How to Buy Electricity and Natural Gas from Alternate Sources

NYS is a leader in competitive energy market

The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) reminds New Yorkers that an exciting change continues to sweep across the state More...

Family Shabbat Dinner to be Held at Temple Beth-El

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Carpenters Recruit Apprentices

The Empire State Carpenters Apprenticeship Committee, Local 11, will conduct recruitment from November 2 through August 30 for five carpenter apprentices, State Labor Commissioner Linda Angello announced. More...

Mining Putnam’s Treasures, Forging America’s Identity

Conference held at Mahopac Library

The Putnam County Historic Preservation and Advisory Commission (PCHPAC) held its annual conference on Saturday, October 16, 2004 at the Mahopac Public Library. More...

Program for Women Who Have Had Breast Surgery

Entre Nous, a mastectomy boutique located in Mt. More...

Scary Stories to be Told at Southeast Museum

On Saturday, October 30th at 12:30pm, The Southeast Museum will host musician and storyteller Jim Keyes. Mr. Keyes delights children of all ages with his tales, lore and Halloween fun. More...

Sheriff’s Office and Correctional Facility Open House

Smith invites community to "spend some time in jail!" More...

Westchester Woman Charged After Stolen Saddle Located on E-Bay

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. More...

Lions on Litter Patrol

The Cold Spring Lions Club suited up for their semi-annual trash clean-up of Route 301. Pictures (Left to Right) Lions Bob Watahovich, Drs. Desai and John Schmitt. More...

Scenic Hudson Offers Free Firewood Again

Scenic Hudson is offering free firewood to local residents for home use. Those interested can come to the West Point Foundry site on weekdays from October 27 - 29 and Nov 1 More...

Senior Menu

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

Thursday - Soup, pepper steak, baked potato, asparagus, peaches. More...

Take Advantage of Energy Saving Programs to Reduce Home Heating Bills this Winter

Governor George E. Pataki is encouraging seniors and working families in New York to take advantage of incentives and low-cost financing available through the State More...

Greenway Held Hudson Highlands Meeting

The Hudson River Valley Greenway held their October 13th meeting at The Garrison, a river-view resort on Route 9 in the Hudson Highlands, with over 100 interested residents of the region in attendance. More...

Pancake Breakfast at No. Highlands Firehouse

The Ladies Auxiliary of the North Highlands Engine Co. will be hosting a pancake breakfast at the firehouse on Sunday morning, October 31, from 8 am until noon. More...

Talk of the Town

We hope that whomever took the Halloween decorations from the house on New Street is enjoying them. If their intent was to disappoint and upset a lot of little children, they More...

Weekly Poll

How extensive should parking changes be in downtown Cold Spring?




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