July 6, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Youths Charged in Vandalism Spree

Shot out windows of homes and cars

Putnam County Sheriff Smith reports the June 24, 2005 arrests of 18-year-old William Pahey of Cortlandt Manor and a 15-year-old boy from Philipstown on numerous charges of criminal mischief. More...

Woman Arrested For Posing as Home Health Care Aide

Imposter lived for weeks in patient

Two women - one a resident of the Bronx and the other a Ghanaian national - have been arrested and charged with conspiring to commit criminal impersonation in Putnam County. More...

Putnam Valley Teen Harassed Mother, Resisted Arrest

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports the June 27th arrest of Kyle Heady, a Town of Putnam Valley youth, who roughed up his mother and then fought with deputies who responded to quell the disturbance. More...

 

Schools

Riner and Hilliard Named to SUNY Dean’s List

Lauren Riner of Cold Spring and Noelle Hilliard of Garrison were both named to the Dean More...

SUNY Oneonta Confers Degrees to Martinez and Spooner

Ryan Joseph Martinez of Garrison and Tracy Margaret Spooner of Cold Spring recently graduated from SUNY College at Oneonta. More...

The University of Scranton Announces Dean’s List

Local Students Named

The University of Scranton, a Jesuit university in northeastern Pennsylvania, has announced its Dean More...

Briefly Noted

Graymoor Spiritual Life Center to Host Celtic Classic Golf Outing

The Celtic Classic Golf Outing sponsored by the Graymoor Celtic Festival Committee will take place on Monday, July 18, 2005 at the Highlands Country Club in Garrison. More...

Hudson Highlands Museum Explores Whether the Hudson River Is a Fjord

Visit the banks of the Hudson River on Saturday, July 16 at 10am, Kowawese Unique Area, Route 9W, New Windsor, where the Museum of the Hudson Highlands will answer the question: "Is the Hudson River a Fjord? More...

Tree-Identification Guide Available

The National Arbor Day Foundation is offering "That Tree Is That?," a pocket guide for identifying trees. The 72-page guide will help you identify 135 different trees found in the eastern and central U.S. More...

County May Get a Big Tobacco Cash Infusion

Depot Theater out of luck in getting County help with new roof; Committee moves funding for PV Senior Center

Lawmakers received some welcome news as they head into the 2006 budget season, which otherwise promises to be an thorny one. More...

Putnam Legislature Forays into County Executive’s Hiring Policies

Proposed legislation would allow other elected officials to fill vacancies

Putnam Lawmakers are considering legislation that comes close to the line that separates the legislative and administrative branches of county government. More...

Thunderstorm Collapses Retaining Wall onto Propane Tank at Route 9 Business

Firefighters evacuate residents and businesses; avert disaster

Local firefighters battled the elements last Wednesday to avert what could have been a catastrophe. More...

Knights of Columbus Announce Officers

Loretto Council No. 536 announced its new officers for the 2005 - 2006 year. More...

Cathy Greenough Named Lion of the Year

At the annual Lions Club Installation Dinner, for her distinguished service to the Club and the community, Cathy Greenough received the Lion of the Year plaque presented by President Dr. Desai. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Cold Spring ZBA Serves the Needs of Village

Dear Editor,

We are indeed fortunate, in our Cold Spring Village, to have a Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) that unstintingly serves the needs of our historic, environmental, and graceful Village. More...

Births

Sofia Catherine Dyroff

Danielle and Chris Dyroff are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Sofia Catherine Dyroff. Sofia was born on June 5, 2005. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Maryellen C. Jones

Maryellen C. Jones of Cold Spring passed away on Wednesday, June 29th at Hudson Valley Hospital in Cortandt Manor. More...

Paul Mario Fazio

Paul Mario Fazio, age 84 and long time Cold Spring resident, died on Friday, July 1, 2005 at St. Luke More...

Luca Andrew DeLisi

Luca Andrew DeLisi, 3 year old son of Jeffrey and Megan Tomassio DeLisi, died peacefully in his mother More...

Sports News

Swimmers Improve Skills at August Mount Camp

Mount Saint Mary College is offering swim camp for boys and girls Aug. 15-19. More...

Southeast Rec Holds Regional Tennis Rally

The Southeast Recreation Department in conjunction with the National Junior Tennis League, and The United States Tennis Association (Eastern Section) is proud to announce their second annual Tennis Regional Rally. More...

Mount Saint Mary College Offers Basketball Camp

Mount Saint Mary College will offer its 10th annual basketball camp for boys and girls, ages seven to 17, Aug. 1-5 and 8-12. More...

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