November 17, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Haldane Parents Treated to Science Presentations

Elementary, Middle and High Schools give overview of Science curriculums

For the November 2 meeting of the Haldane Board of Education, Haldane parents showed up in force to hear, but mostly to see, what their children are doing in their science classes these days. More...

Ellen Hayden Gallery Exhibits Works by Cold Spring’s George Stevenson

The Ellen Hayden Gallery located at 40 Main Street in Cold Spring proudly presents "New York Scene," a collection of oil paintings by local artist George Stevenson. More...

Jean Marzollo Book Signing Hosted at Merritt Books

Local author Jean Marzollo will be at the Merritt Bookstore in Cold Spring on Saturday, November 27th, 2-3:30 pm. Marzollo is an award winning author of over 100 books, including the best-selling I Spy and Shanna Show books. More...

PUBLIC NOTICE

There will be no pick up of recyclables in the Village of Cold Spring on Friday, November 26, 2004 due to the Thanksgiving Day holiday. The regular schedule will resume on Friday, December 3rd. More...

 

Schools

Area Students Shine at SkillsUSA Leadership Conference

Students from BOCES Tech Center in Yorktown participated in and made their mark at the New York State SkillsUSA Fall Leadership Conference. More...

PVHS English Classes Attend "Chicago" Workshop and Performance

On Wednesday, November 3rd, students from the 11th grade English classes at Putnam Valley High School attended a morning workshop and a matinee performance of the Broadway musical "Chicago," in Manhattan. More...

Garrison School Hold Class Elections

Recently the Garrison Middle School held elections for the class President. It was a fun enthusiastic race and all the candidates tried their best. After the poll was counted, the winners were ready to get their job done. More...

Briefly Noted

Greyhound Rescue Holds Meet and Greets

Greyhound Rescue and Rehabilitation will hold a series of "Meet and Greet" events in November at which potential adopters can get acquainted with the rescued racers and learn more about adopting a greyhound. More...

November Events Planned at Temple Beth-El

On November 19, Friday night services will begin at 8 pm, following which there will be a delicious dessert. More...

November Designated for Requests for Inclusion in County Agricultural District

The Putnam County Legislature has designated the month of November as the time period when landowners may file a request for inclusion of land in the Putnam County Agricultural District. More...

County to Use $500K in EOH Funds to Buy Patterson Camp

Move to protect acreage in Great Swamp from development

At a special meeting held on November 4, the Putnam County Legislature unanimously approved the use of $500,000 in East of Hudson funds for the purchase of 230 acres known as Camp Wilbur Herrlich in the Town of Patterson. More...

Nelsonville Board Updates Tree Removal, Other Issues at Monthly Meeting

New trail designated in Village

With few major issues before them, the Village of Nelsonville Board of Trustees took care of a series of housekeeping issues and updated the status of several projects around the Village at their November 1 monthly meeting. More...

Vinny Tamagna Receives 2004 Public Service Award

Putnam County Legislator Vinny Tamagna was the recipient of the Putnam Community Service Network 2004 Public Service Award at a Breakfast Ceremony on October 8th at Guideposts in Carmel. More...

Putnam CAP Urgently Needs Food for Thanksgiving Baskets

Putnam Community Action Program urgently needs food donations! The organization is once again preparing to assist low-income families with Thanksgiving Food Baskets. More...

Putnam Valley Students Picked for Area All State Music Festival

Putnam Valley High School students Lalita Wint (Clarinet / Grade 12), Kara Kenny (Vocals / Grade 12), Pamela Matuszewski (Oboe / Grade 11), Maggie Chesnut (Trumpet / Grade 11) and Max Haubold (Clarinet / Grade 10) were accepted into the Zone 10 Area- More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Keep Church and State Separate at Haldane

Full Story

What’s the Story with Lake Valhalla Development?

Dear Editor,

Several months have now passed since we the citizens of Putnam County and the homeowners of Lake Valhalla heard about vague plans by a controversial Chicago-based developer for hundreds of new homes to be built. More...

Applause Offered for Depot Theater Team

Just a note of congratulations and applause to the folks at the Depot Theater in Garrison. More...

Births

Tyler Joseph DiLello

Tyler Joesph DiLello was born to proud Pine Bush parents Gianni and Shelly DiLello on June 24, 2005. Maternal grandparents are Gail and Joseph Vessely of Ellenville. Paternal grandparents are Maria and Giovanni DiLello of Cold Spring. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Nettie Dorsett Barracca Mazzacone

Nettie Dorsett Barracca Mazzacone died on November 14, 2004 at the age of 81. More...

William F. Browning

William F. Browning, age 80, died Friday, October 14, 2004 at his home in Butler, PA. Browning had previously been a long-time resident of Cold Spring, NY. More...

Sports News

Hawks Season Ends

The Philipstown Hawks Jr. Midget football team ended their season on Sunday in the Division III Eastern Regional Championship game. The Hawks fell short by the score of 19-15. More...

Cross Country Team Represents Haldane at States

The Class D sectional meet was held on Friday, November 5th at Bowdoin Park. Everyone was excited for this day to come. Last year Haldane brought three girls to the state meet. More...

Weekly Poll

Will you be getting a flu shot this year?
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