November 30, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

PV Cares for Hurricane and Earthquake Refugees

Over the last two months, the students, teachers, staff, administrators, and families of the Putnam Valley Central School District brought new meaning to the word More...

Philipstown Asks State Comptroller to Look into Fishkill Road Funding

County Administration explains its use of state money and reasons for delay

Philipstown residents have been hearing about the realignment of Fishkill Road for the better part of five years. More...

Supervisor Elect Sam Davis and Councilman Dan Ricci Talk About Putnam Valley

Sam Davis and Dan Ricci speak about the challenges facing the new Putnam Valley Town Board in 2006 More...

Santa to Visit the Julia Butterfield Library

Santa Claus is taking some time out of his busy schedule to make his annual visit to the Julia L. Butterfield Library on Saturday, December 3rd at 11:30 am. The jolly old fellow will read one of his favorite stories, More...

Coming Events

 

Arts and Entertainment

Brewster Theater Company Holds Auditions

The Brewster Theater Company announces auditions for their February 2006 production of More...

Gingerbread House Contest and Mystic Whaler Raffle Both Benefit Bannerman Island

The Bannerman Island Gallery is hosting a holiday Gingerbread Contest. Artists, bakers, and kids of all ages are asked to create a gingerbread house that will be put on display at The Bannerman Island Gallery at 150 Main Street, and at BJ More...

Garrison’s Molly Marquand Performs at Bates College

Molly J. Marquand, of Garrison was a member of the cast for the Bates College theater department production of William Shakespeare More...

Letters to the Editor

Calls for PV Town Vision

To the Editor: Good grief Ed! Safety for our children is the issue in the widening of Peekskill Hollow Road. Increased truck traffic and increased speed are encouraged and facilitated when a road is widened. More...

Send Your Planners Home

Reprinted at the request of the author To: Ned Sullivan, Scenic Hudson More...

Clarifies HELP Program Information

Editor: Last week, your headline and article regarding the Garrison BOE meeting referred to the H.E.L.P. program that was attended by a Garrison teacher, Beth Maurer. This program was funded by the Haldane School Foundation, not the More...

Sports News

Highlander Lacrosse Club Plans Winter Season

P.L.A.Y. is sponsoring three Highlander L.C. teams this year in the Brewster Sport Center More...

PVHS Senior Samantha Kennelly Named Geis Scholar Athlete

The Putnam Valley Central School District announced last week that Putnam Valley High School senior varsity volleyball captain Samantha Kennelly was awarded the Geis Scholar Athlete Award during the third week in November. More...

Putnam Valley Field Hockey Take Class B Championship

Saturday November 19th was a historic day for Putnam Valley High School athletics. After just five short years in existence, PVHS has its first New York State Class B athletic title, thanks to the varsity girls More...

County Has Protection on Courthouse, Project Manager Tells Legislature Committee

Roadwork, Stone Walls, Veteran

County Executive Robert Bondi and several members of his administration attended the November 22 meeting of the County Legislature More...

Storytelling Fund-Raiser Planned for Red Cross Earthquake Relief

On Saturday December 3 at 6 pm the First Presbyterian Church of Philipstown will present a storytelling concert for adults as a fund-raiser for the American Red Cross Southeast Asian Earthquake Relief Fund. Storyteller Ronald Sopyla will tell More...

Cold Spring Lions Do Not Forget Katrina Victims

One of the many homes destroyed by Katrina More...

Public Forum on Voting Machines to be Held

Assemblywoman Sandy Galef and Putnam County Legislator Vinny Tamagna are sponsoring a public forum on Tuesday, December 13th to discuss the options available to counties in selecting new voting machines to replace the current lever machines. More...

Cold Spring Set to Kick Off Holiday Season

The Cold Spring Highway Department was out last week setting up the beautiful decorations on Main Street, and the stores are busy preparing lots of holiday items for shoppers to purchase. More...

Meeting Videos from PCN&R


Focus on Philipstown

Schools

Poughkeepsie Day School Holds Fall Info Sessions

Poughkeepsie Day School announces a fall Admissions Information Session at 7 pm on Monday December 5, to be held in the Hudson Beach Glass Gallery at 162 Main Street, Beacon. Families of students interested in learning about the school More...

Empire State College to Hold Info Sessions

Empire State College, of the State University of New York, will hold several public information sessions during December. More...

PVHS Celebrates Annual Veterans Day Breakfast

Putnam Valley High School Principal Raymond Cooper, who has a long military background of his own, is very proud of an event that takes place at PVHS ever year on the Monday after Veterans Day. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Fredric Edward Zenz

Fredric Edward Zenz age 53, a long time Nelsonville resident, died on Friday, November 25, 2005 at St. Luke More...

Briefly Noted

Book Signing Benefits St. Christopher’s Inn

Jerry Ferguson, a writer and long-time friend and supporter of St. Christopher More...

PV Historical Society Hosts Holiday Boutique

The Holiday Boutique to benefit the Putnam Valley Historical Society will be held December 3 and 4, 10 4 pm. Handcrafted gifts and wares, local maple syrup and honey, homemade treats, and lots of good old fashioned holiday cheer will be featured. More...

Blood Drives Planned in Western Putnam County

There are two local blood drives planned so far for December 2005. They are: More...

Weekly Poll

How extensive should parking changes be in downtown Cold Spring?




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