September 21, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Giving Credit Where It Is Due: Cold Spring Fire Company Holds Family Appreciation Day

Since 2001, the date September 11 has reminded us of the daily commitment and sacrifice of our country More...

 

Schools

Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival Hits the Road for Second Year of School Tours

Critically-acclaimed cast brings Shakespeare into region

For the second time in the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival More...

Independent High School Information Fair to be Held

Middle School students are invited to a High School Information Fair, Sunday, September 25, between 1 pm to 2:30 pm, sponsored by The Melrose School in Brewster. More...

Community Nursery School Hosts First Annual Harvest Barbeque

Families and staff of Community Nursery School will be hosting the First Annual CNS Harvest BBQ this Saturday, September 24th from 2:30-5:30pm. The rain date is Sunday, September 25 at the same time. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Barbara Giachinta

Barbara Giachinta, age 70 of Cold Spring, NY died on Thursday, September 15, 2005 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie. More...

Thomas "Scotty" Couser

Thomas "Scotty" Causer, of Columbus, OH, died September 12, 2005. He was born June 10, 1919 in Klrkintilloch, Scotland. More...

Sports News

PVHS Girls Varsity Basketball Holds Fundraiser

The Putnam Valley High School Girls Varsity Basketball Team is sponsoring a fundraiser on Monday, September 26 at 7pm in the High School Gym. More...

Jr. Pee Wee Hawks Struggle, But Don’t Quit

The Jr. Pee Wee Hawks began play last week and on opening day traveled to Poughkeepsie and were beaten 26-14. Frankie Fusco and Ray Di Francesco each scored TD More...

Ian Thom Named International Champion in Free Throw

Grand Knight Dan Dillon is proud to announce that Ian Thom has been named International Champion in the age 10 boys bracket of the Knights of Columbus 2005 International Free Throw Championship. More...

Putnam Valley Arts Hosts Fifth Annual Film Festival October 1 & 2 at Taconic Outdoor Education Center

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Cold Spring Board Discusses Changes in Zoning Definitions of "Signs" and "Home Occupations"

Barbara Rudolph appointed new treasurer for Village

The September 13th monthly meeting of the Village of Cold Spring brought with it the appointment of Barbara Rudolph as Village Treasurer, effective September 12, 2005. More...

Nelsonville Receives $200,000 Grant for

Road/Sidewalk Repairs
Sesquicentennial celebration plans firming up

The Village of Nelsonville is set to receive its grant from Congresswoman Sue Kelly in the sum of $200,000 for the Transportation Equity Act. The funds will be used to make repairs to the Village More...

Betty Budney Seeks Fifth Term as Philipstown Councilwoman

Councilwoman Betty Budney, a Democrat, is seeking a fifth term on the Philipstown Town Board. Born and raised in Philipstown, Betty can trace her family ancestry here to the 1700 More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

PV Board of Assessment Review Ethics Investigated by Patterson Board

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Will Cold Spring Be Transformed into Mere Real Estate?

To the Editor,

We were astonished to read in the New York Times of September 11, 2005, that, in Cold Spring, in "one new development," "eleven town houses are slated to be built in three two-story buildings at One Main Street, the site of a former lu More...

Westchester Developers: Philipstown Open for Business

Editor,

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Briefly Noted

St. Basil Academy Hosts Camp Agape for Children with Cancer

For the first time this year, Saint Basil Academy was able to have Camp Agape for children with cancer and their families. This incredible opportunity was made possible by a donation from the Philoptochos Chapters of Holy Trinity-St. More...

Temple Beth-El Hosts Artisans’ Exhibit

On Sunday, September 25th from noon to 4 pm, Temple Beth-El will hold an arts and artisans More...

Sheriffs’ Week Proclaimed in New York State

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports that the week of September 18th through September 24th has been proclaimed Sheriffs More...

Weekly Poll

At this point, are you concerned by the "mass and scale" of the Butterfield Project?
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