November 3, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

NYS Finances Balance of Funds Needed for Traffic Light at Garrison School Location

Garrison Audit Shows School in Good Shape

One highlight of the Garrison Board off Education More...

Philipstown Board Meets with Department Heads on 2005 Budget

Town residents still looking at zero tax increase for upcoming year

Budget deliberations continued for the Philipstown Town Board at an October 27 workshop, during which various departments for the Town made the case for their respective 2005 "wish lists." More...

Kelly Announces $62,100 in Funding for Continental Village Fire Department

Homeland Security Grant Program aimed at meeting first responder needs

U.S. Rep. Sue Kelly announced last week that the Continental Village Fire Department in Garrison will be receiving $62,100 in federal funding to support fire operations and firefighter safety measures. More...

PV’s Gary Tutty Named Superintendent of the Year

The Putnam Valley Central School District is proud to announce that the Regional Association of School Administrators, the southern affiliate of the Empire State Supervisors and Administrators Association (ESSAA) has named the Superintendent of Schoo More...

 

Schools

Haldane Supports "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer"

Haldane students, teachers, staff and, administrators donated $2,158.17 to the American Cancer Society to coincide with the "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. More...

Haldane High School Celebrated Spirit Week with Creativity

Haldane High School students celebrated their school spirit during Spirit Week, October 12 - 16. Daily dress codes included Pajama Day, Halloween Costumes, Class Theme Day and Blue and White Day. More...

BOCES Offers Intermediate Level Science Assessment Training

On December 7, Abby Bergman will present, "Intermediate Level Science (ILS) Assessment Training." This workshop will prepare schools to set up, administer, and score the latest version performance teast (Part D) of the ILS that was first ad More...

Sports News

PVHS Volleyball: A Work in Progress

Putnam Valley High School More...

HSA Car Wash a Success

Thanks to the solid support of the community, the Haldane Soccer Association Car Wash on Saturday, October 9th was a major success. Nearly fifty members of Haldane More...

Flag Hawks End with a Win

In the last week of the 2004 season the Flag Hawks took their game on the road to Hyde Park to take on the New Paltz B squad. More...

Dreams of Stardom Fade in Cold Spring

Spielberg pulls out citing Hudson River currents

It appears that Cold Spring will not have its fifteen minutes of fame this December. More...

Halloween Brings Lake Peekskill Community Together

Inside Putnam Valley More...

The Parrott St. Halloween Phenomenon, an Insider’s Story

When my husband and I moved into our house on Bank Street at the bottom of Parrott in the fall of 1996, we were warned by our new neighbors to expect a lot of trick-or-treaters. More...

11th Annual Halloween Costume Parade Draws Biggest Crowd to Date

A grey, misty day was perfect for the 11th Halloween Costume Parade. The weather didn More...

Veterans Day Ceremony Planned in Cold Spring

There will be a brief ceremony on Thursday, November 11, 2004 at 11 am at the Veterans Memorial located on Main Street, Cold Spring, on the lawn of St Mary More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Silencing the Community is not the American Way!

Editor

Mr. John Zarcone, a lawyer and chairperson of Putnam Valley Planning Board brought a frivolous libel suit against me and lost. Mr. More...

Crèche Display Request at Haldane Deserves Consideration

Dear Editor,

It was with great interest that I read of the October 19th meeting of the Haldane School Board. I had attended most of the meeting myself, in an effort to hear the Board More...

Leibell Gift Comes From Our Taxes, to be Exact

The headline, "Senator Leibell Provides Funding for Cold Spring Police Communications," (PCN&R, Oct. 20.) is annoyingly inexact. The $10,000 is a state grant; we taxpayers provided the funding. More...

Briefly Noted

Temple Beth-El Shares Calendar of Events

Program includes Interfaith event

Temple Beth-El in Poughkeepsie updates its schedule of events and services regulary. Below is their schedule for early November. More...

Car Crash Leads to Arrest for Drunk Driving

At approximately 9:20 pm on October 16, Putnam County Sheriffs Deputy Thomas Corless responded to a one vehicle property damage crash on Turk Hill Road in the Town of Southeast. More...

Saving Your Favorite Searches in the Library Catalog

Making your library card work for you

Would you like to know when a book by your favorite author is added to the public library collection? Do you want to know when DVDs, audio books, large print or any other material types are purchased at your library? More...

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