October 19, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Ribbon Cutting at Cold Spring Public Restrooms Marks New Era for Village’s Appeal to Visitors

Officials cut the ribbon at the newly constructed bathroom facility at the foot of Main Street in Cold Spring

State Assemblywoman Sandy Galef and Metro-North President Peter A. More...

Robert Tendy Running for Town Supervisor

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Stephen Johnson Seeking Reelection as Putnam Valley Town Councilman

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Majed Annabi Running for PV Town Justice Position

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Coming Events



Present The Werewolf’s Curse

On Friday October 21st, the Haldane Drama Club will present their version of the More...

MSMC Celebrates National Chemistry Week

Mount Saint Mary College will celebrate National Chemistry Week with a family night at 6 pm, Thursday, October 20, in the Bishop Dunn Memorial School gymnasium on the MSMC campus. More...

Garrison School 8th Graders Elect New Officers

The Garrison School is pleased to announce the new 8th grade officers for the year 2005-2006. More...

Briefly Noted

Hudson Valley Hospital Sponsors Coat Drive

L to R: Suzanne Testa and Suzanne Scott of the Volunteer Department at Hudson Valley Hospital Center More...

Sean Guinan Engaged to Amy Seidewand

John and Mary Jane Guinan of Philipstown are proud to announce the engagement of their More...

Students Arrested for Possessing Marihuana on Carmel HS Grounds

Two Carmel High School students were arrested on October 6, 2005 and charged with possession of marihuana on school grounds. More...

Senator Leibell Comes Through with Funds to Bring Down County Tax Rate Hike

Outside Agencies to benefit from one-time State gift
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Putnam Valley Town Board Asks For Resignation of Four BAR Members

$250 fine also levied in connection with alleged improper review of properties

The Putnam Valley Town Board held a special executive session at 9:00 am Monday, October 10, 2005 to further review impropriety allegations being leveled against four members of the Board of Assessment Review (BAR). More...

Parade and Bonfire Issues Bring Large Turnout to Haldane School Board Meeting

Audience claims senior privileges slowly being gutted

Parents of Haldane students who attended the school board More...

Record Rains and Flooding Tax Village Resources

Firefighters weary after weather precipitates record calls

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Garrison Board Revisits Long Term Goals

Concerns voiced over school attendance

The Garrison Board of Education reviewed its goals and how they fit into its long term plan, which cover the years 2004-7, at its October 5 meeting. More...

Sam Davis Seeks PV Town Supervisor Vote

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Putnam Valley Man Pleads Guilty to Animal Cruelty

Putnam District Attorney Kevin L. Wright has announced the guilty plea by Frank Acquino of Putnam Valley in the animal cruelty case involving a neighbor More...

Public Notice

Nelsonville Clean-up Day will be held this Friday. Items must be on the curb no later than 6 am. For a list of acceptable items, check the legal notices in this week More...

Meeting Videos from PCN&R

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Advocates Renewable Energy

To the Editor: Since this area once generated most of its industrial power from water running to the sea, it might be time to look to that source for energy once again. More...

Comments About Birds and Oil

Dear Editor, Just as the Hudson Valley More...

PV Hasn’t Fixed Assessment Problem

To the editor: Putnam Valley town residents have been complaining for two years now about the assessment program being used for Putnam Valley reassessments. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Robert S. Mac Arthur, Jr.

Robert S. Mac Arthur, Jr. age 78 of Cold Spring, NY formally of Boston, died on October 11, 2005 at Phelps Memorial Hospital in Sleepy Hollow, NY. More...

Sports News

Hawks Won Tough Game Against Highland

The Hawks had another tough game against Highland and pulled together for the win. With two touchdowns each from John Brophy and William Hodge and extra point conversion from Will Moss and Robert Dean, the game was kept on edge. More...

Hudson Valley Orienteering Organizes Instruction and Competition

There will be orienteering instruction and competition on November 5, 2005, at Winding Hills County Park in Montgomery. The Hudson Valley Orienteering Club will give instruction and set beginner courses and advanced courses. More...

Red Cross Announces Lifeguard Training Course to be Held at St. Basil’s

A Lifeguard and Waterfront Lifeguard Training Course presented by the American Red Cross will be held in October and November this year at St. Basil More...

Weekly Poll

Should Haldane pass a partial property tax exemption for veterans?

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