December 2, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Santa to Visit Cold Spring this Friday

To bring in the holiday season, the Village of Cold Spring Recreation Commission will hold their annual tree lighting ceremony this Friday, December 3 at the waterfront park. More...

Town of Putnam Valley Seeks Residents to Fill Committee Openings

The Town of Putnam Valley is seeking applications for openings in many of its committees. They are as follows: More...

Public Notice

The Village of Cold Spring is seeking a resident to serve on the Zoning Board of Appeals. Interested parties should submit a letter of interest to the Village Clerk at 85 Main Street, Cold Spring, NY 10516. More...

 

Schools

Putnam Valley High School Honor Roll Announced

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Changes Made to Haldane 1st Quarter Honor Roll

The following updates have been made to the Haldane First Quarter Honor Roll:

10th Grade High Honor Roll addition - Tyler Gibson. 10th Grade Honor Roll addition, David Kinnaird. More...

Thanksgiving Feast Day Held at Garrison School

The children in grades kindergarten through second grade gathered together in the primary wing at the Garrison Union Free School on Monday, November 22nd to share a special Thanksgiving feast. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Lucien A. Hold III

Lucien, 57, of New York, NY died at his home on Tuesday, November 23 of complications from scleroderma. He was born in Mahopac May 3, 1947, graduated from Garrison Union Free School in 1961. More...

David LeGrande Sweet

David Sweet of Pembroke Pines, Florida, formerly of Cold Spring, passed away on November 20, 2004 at the age of 65. David was born in Mahopac, NY on March 29, 1939, son of the late Leroy and Emma (Broadhead) Sweet. More...

Gertrude G. Dahlia

Gertrude G. Dahlia age 93 of Cold Spring, NY died on Sunday November 28, 2004 at the Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt Manor, NY. More...

Sports News

PVHS Field Hockey: A Near Perfect Season

For the second time in two consecutive years, Putnam Valley High School More...

Haldane Football Dinner Held November 12

Over 100 people showed up on the evening of November 12, 2004 to honor the Haldane Football teams and their coaches at the annual end-of-the-season dinner held at the Taconic Outdoor Education Center. More...

Haldane Basketball Preview

As the temperature begins dropping and the fall athletic season comes to an end, it can only mean one thing. It is the approaching winter season and the beginning of Basketball here at Haldane. More...

Haldane Approves First Phase of Technology Revamp

Parents express concern over Haldane security measures

Responding to a number of issues that have arisen due to the antiquated technology that Haldane is using, at its November 16 meeting the Board of Education voted to implement the first of three phases to upgrade technology throughout the school. More...

Putnam Valley Planners Submit 200 Page Draft Report to Master Plan Committee

The clock is ticking and time is passing quickly towards the February 5, 2005 end of the Putnam Valley Moratorium and the deadline for the Chazen-Master Plan Committee Report. More...

Garrison School Forest Committee Unveils New Signs at South Redoubt

In a cold November rain, a dedicated group of volunteers gathered in the Garrison School Forest recently to unveil new signage at the South Redoubt and mark the 225th anniversary of the Redoubt More...

Albany Berkshire’s "Nutcracker" Returns to Putnam Valley Performing Arts Center

On Thursday, December 16th, for two shows only, The Albany Berkshire Ballet is bringing the beloved "Nutcracker" ballet to Putnam Valley High School More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Readers Set the Facts Straight

Dear Editor,

We enjoyed your very upbeat and educational cover story on the activities of the Putnam Valley Board of Education. More...

Lakeland School’s Response to Hate Crime is Unacceptable

My daughter, Nicole McMahon, is a student at Lakeland Copper Beach Middle School. Back in October she was involved in a hate crime on the school bus. She was suspended for three days for hitting a boy. More...

Planning Religious Holidays in Public Schools

Letter

The recent letters in the PCNR regarding religious expression in public schools demonstrate the confusion and conflict that frequently accompany the subject at this time of year. More...

Briefly Noted

Man to Man to Meet in December

The Dutchess County Unit of the American Cancer Society and the Man to Man Prostate Cancer Education and Information Support Program announces a regularly scheduled meeting, held December 2, 2004 at (Note time change) 6:30 PM, in the Central Hudson A More...

PHC Offers Class on Pets and the Newborn

On Saturday, December 11th, from noon to 1 pm, Putnam Hospital Center More...

Northern Star Quitters’ Guild to Meet

The Northern Star Quitters More...

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