May 26, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Antonia Godsey, Former Cold Spring Mayor, Passes Away

Antonia Godsey, age 49, a lifelong Cold Spring resident died on Saturday May 21, 2005 at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx, NY. More...

Free Tours at West Point Foundry Preserve Will Showcase Unique Archeology Project

Scenic Hudson and Michigan Technological University will host two "Days at the Foundry" on Saturday, May 28, and Sunday, May 29, from 10 am - 3 pm (rain or shine). More...

Memorial Day Observance Schedule Announced in Philipstown

The Memorial Day Committee of Philipstown has announced the schedule for the traditional Memorial Day Parade to be held on Monday, May 30, 2005. The parade will start promptly at 9 am at the foot of Main Street, Cold Spring. More...

Coming Events

 

Schools

Samantha Croney Graduates from Pine Manor College

On Sunday May 15th Samantha Lee Croney graduated from Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Samantha focused her studies on English with a concentration in Creative Writing, as well as pursuing a minor in Women More...

Garrison’s Tim Murray Graduated from DCC

Tim Murray, a Garrison resident, graduated and earned an Associate Degree from Dutchess Community College on Thursday, May 19th. More...

PVHS National Honor Society Inductions for 2005

The Putnam Valley High School (PVMS) chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) inducted its third group of members, twenty-nine eleventh graders on Wednesday evening, May 18th at the Performing Arts Center in Putnam Valley High School (PVHS). More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Ethel Vivian Haun

Ethel Vivian Haun, age 80, of Utica, NY, and formerly of Nelnonville, and Dutchess County, died Thursday, May 19th at Faxton-St. Lakes Health Care in Utica. More...

Antonia Godsey

Antonia Godsey, age 49, a lifelong Cold Spring resident died on Saturday May 21, 2005 at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx, NY. More...

Frances J. Bowen

Frances J. Bowen, age 65 of Nelsonville, NY died suddenly on May 18, 2005 at White Plains Hospital, White Plains. More...

Sports News

PVHS Tigers Prevail in 3rd Annual Strumke Tourney

Even though there was a lot of rain, the Third Annual Dustin Strumke Memorial Soccer Tournament at Putnam Valley High School went on as scheduled, and continued when the rain stopped. More...

PVHS Girls Basketball Team Wins Academic Honors

The Putnam Valley High School (PVHS) Varsity Girls More...

Haldane Track Keeps Running

This past month has been a busy one for the track team at Haldane. The month has been filled with numerous meets for the team. More...

Foundry Relics Find Their Way Home to Cold Spring

Artifacts may be key to long buried historical past

After fifteen years away from home, relics uncovered at the site of the former West Point Foundry have found their way back to Cold Spring. More...

Nelsonville Board Approves 2005-06 Budget

First tax increase in five years for Village residents

At their May 9 monthly meeting, the Village of Nelsonville Board of Trustees announced that the budget for the upcoming fiscal year had been approved at a special budget meeting earlier in the month. More...

Six Surveillance Cameras Authorized for Haldane Campus

Sale of Hill West property seems imminent

The Haldane Board of Education officially started its May 17 meeting at 7 am by opening the polls to voters, but the business meeting began at 7 pm, and the agenda was completed in record time, in time to hear the results of the district voting, whic More...

PV School and Administrators Gratified by ELA Results

Laptops expected to increase students

The highly anticipated presentation of the results of the Grades 4 and 8 ELA tests did not disappoint the board and most members of the audience at the May 19 meeting of the Putnam Valley Board of Education. More...

PVHS Team Returning to Mahopac Relay for Life

On the weekend of June 4th and 5th a group of Putnam Valley students, teachers and parents will participate in the 7th annual American Cancer Society Relay for Life, held at Mahopac High School. More...

Public Notices

The Philipstown Town Hall will be closed on Monday, May 30

Due to the Memorial Day holiday, refuse and recycling pick-up in the Village of Nelsonville will be on June 4, 2005. More...

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Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Calls for Working Together at GUFS

I feel compelled to correct the record regarding an exchange between the current Garrison Board President and myself that was reported in your May 18th edition. More...

Says Oppose Indian Point Relicensing Now

If Entergy - the owner of the nuclear power plants at Indian Point - were to request approval from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to build a new plant so close to the nation More...

CS Village Should Take More Care for Safety

Dear Editor,

As you reported last week, on May 11th a tractor-trailer truck carrying chlorine, sulfuric acid and hydrogen peroxide hit and uprooted a tree on Fair Street, which ripped the power lines from two houses and damaged a parked car. More...

Births

Jack Nicholas Jones

Jack Nicholas Jones was born May 1, 2005, weighing 6 lbs. More...

Briefly Noted

Living Water Coffeehouse Resumes Entertainment

The Living Water Coffeehouse offers an open mic with a gospel twist once again on Saturday, May 28th. The tag line on their flyer is "Praise the Lord and pass the guitar!" More...

Senior Menu

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

Thursday - Hawaiian chicken w. pineapple sauce, sweet potato, peas, banana cake. More...

Our Lady of Loretto Eighth-Graders Receive Confirmation

Congratulations to the eighth grade students of Our Lady of Loretto More...

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