March 31, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Desmond Fish Library Hosts Annual Civil Rights Program

The Desmond Fish Library in Garrison will hold its ninth annual "Bringing the Dream Home: Civil Rights and the Hudson Valley" event on Sunday evening, April 3, with a program on New York black women political leaders Shirley Chisholm and An More...

Coming Events

 

Schools

Empire State College’s Hudson Valley Center to Hold Information Sessions

Empire State College, of the State University of New York, will hold public information sessions about its undergraduate degree programs on Wednesday, April 6 at noon and Monday, April 18 at 6 pm at its Hudson Valley Center, 200 North Central Avenue More...

PVHS Mixed Choir Making Historic Canada Trip

In mid-April, thirty one members of the Putnam Valley High School Mixed Choir, an auditioned vocal ensemble of approximately 55 members (sophomores through seniors), will be traveling to Quebec City and Montreal, Canada, to perform a concert tour and More...

Haldane’s Immersion Program Gives Students Opportunity to Experience Foreign Culture

On Friday, March 4, 2005, Haldane foreign language students participated in the tenth annual Immersion Program. This program, which takes place at the Taconic Outdoor Education Center, was organized by Haldane More...

Sports News

Eric Hosmer is Lauded for Baseball Success

Eric Hosmer, who is the son of Michael and grandson of Helen and Al Hosmer, is attracting lots of attention as the first baseman for Heritage High School More...

Haldane Softball/Baseball Preview

Last year the softball team finished the season with a 12-7 record losing to Blind Brook in the sectional semi-finals. This year they look to better that performance. The Devils once again will be a force in section 1. More...

PVHS’s Amanda Murphy Named GEIS Scholar Athlete

During the third week in March Putnam Valley High School varsity soccer star Amanda Murphy received the GEIS Scholar Athlete Award. More...

Highland Falls and Garrison Adopt More Conciliatory Tones Over Tuition Dispute in Separate Board Meetings at Garrison Library

Differences in views and discrepancies in interpretations still remain

During the evenings of March 21 and 22 respectively, the Garrison and Highland Falls boards of education each held special board meetings designed to explain to the Garrison community at large the individual board More...

$$600,000 Allocated for Lake Peekskill’s Morissey Drive Improvements

Lake Oscawana aquatic report shows increase in phosphorous

Amidst a winter storm with snowflakes falling like snowballs, the Putnam Valley Town Board and committee chairpersons met on Wednesday evening March 23, 2005. More...

Mancari Wins Cold Spring Board Seat by Drawing ‘Stay’

On Wednesday, March 23, the two Cold Spring candidates locked in a tie for the remaining village board seat gathered at the office of state Supreme Court Justice Andrew O More...

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Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Teagle Took Chance with "Coin Toss" Instead of Calling for Revote

Editor,

First the good news; the impenetrable stone wall of Phillips, Mancari, Patinella and Valentine, who all turned away from public comment during the waterfront rezoning, has crumbled to a minority. More...

Supports Legislation for Paper Ballot Only in NYS

Before the end of next week, our New York State Legislature is expected to adopt legislation that will determine how New Yorkers vote in the future and, possibly, whether our votes will actually be counted. More...

Mountain Trace Becomes Watershed for Planning Board

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Obituaries  Free Access 

Kathleen Farrell

Kathleen "Kay" Farrell, 86, South Bend, formerly of Michigan City, IN and New York City passed away Saturday, February 19, 2005 at 2:45am in Regency Place of South Bend. More...

Briefly Noted

Howland Library Offers Computer Classes

The Howland Public Library in Beacon is offering computer classes for beginners who are interested in learning the basics of computers, such as e-mail and Internet searching. More...

Hudson River Health Holds Asthma Open House

Hudson River Community Health in Beacon is pleased to recognize National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month with an Asthma Open House on Saturday, May 14, 2005, 11 am until 2 pm. More...

Temple Beth-El Announces April Events

On Friday evening April 1 at 6 pm there will be a Shabbat dinner at Temple Beth-El which is located at 118 Grand Avenue in Poughkeepsie. More...

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