January 18, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Quarry Pond Planned Development District a Done Deal

Law allows senior citizen condos and promises affordable homes for local volunteers

After years of often heated public discussion, the Quarry Pond Planned Development District is now a reality, paving the way for up to 68 units of senior citizen housing, 10 units of affordable housing and a new Town park to be built upon the scarred More...

PV Councilman Bob Tendy Talks About Strategy for New Town Board

As the audience left Putnam Valley More...

Cold Spring Accident Requires Jaws of Life

On Tuesday, January 10th at approximately 7:10pm the Cold Spring Fire Company and Philipstown Ambulance were dispatched to a personal injury auto accident on Route 9D just north of Fair Street in the village of Cold Spring. More...

Public Workshop to Be Held About Route 9D Corridor

The Route 9D Corridor Management Plan Steering Committee will be hosting a workshop with New York State Department of Transportation to gather input from the community on the development of a Corridor Management Plan for the Route 9D Scenic Road from More...

 

Arts and Entertainment

Howland Public Library Film Series Features Artists and Models

On Friday, January 27 at 7 pm, The Howland Public Library Film series will be showing More...

Howland Library Announces Activities for Young Children

Beat the winter blahs by joining in the activities for young children at Howland Public Library on 313 Main Street in Beacon. More...

The Brewster Theater Company Brings “la Famiglia” to the Stage with Over the River and Through the Woods

Play humorously pits family, old-world tradition against allure of modern-day career success

The Brewster Theater Company announces its presentation of Joe DiPietro More...

Perspectives

“The Man Who Made A Lot of Noise”

(Part 4 of 5)

Appearing perhaps a welcome interlude concerning struggles with defending his position on the cannon, the badgered Parrott found himself embroiled in a brief, though potentially explosive workers strike in the foundry, March, 1864. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Mary E. Dillon

Mary E. Dillon age 90, died on Thursday, January 12, 2006 in Cold Spring, NY. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Clinton Funeral Home, 21 Parrott Street, Cold Spring, NY, 845-2653333. More...

Rev. Leonard A. Rust

The Rev. Leonard A. Rust, 73, of Cold Spring, NY, died on Monday, January 9, 2006, at Hudson Valley Hospital, Peekskill, NY. More...

Briefly Noted

Aquino Sentenced On Animal Cruelty Charge

Putnam County District Attorney Kevin Wright announced that Frank Aquino, age forty-one of Putnam Valley, who was convicted in the kicking death of his neighbor More...

Putnam County Senior ID Cards Available at PV Senior Center

Putnam Valley Senior ID cards are available at the beautiful, new Putnam Valley Senior Center, located at 117 Town Park Lane in Putnam Valley. More...

St. Columbanus Holds Annual Penny Social

On Saturday, February 4th, St. Columbanus Church will hold their annual Penny Social in Dillon Hall, 122 Oregon Road, Cortlandt Manor. More...

Putnam Valley Reorganization Steeped in Controversy

Numerous appointments put off for more time for

The new Putnam Valley Town Board got down to work for the first time last Wednesday evening at their More...

Haldane Board of Education Wrestles With Heating Systems Woes in New Building

Di Natale puts the kibosh on most spending in response to higher fuel costs

The new heating system in Haldane More...

New Signs in Cold Spring Village to Combat 9D Speeding

For Cold Spring residents, crossing Route 9D anywhere but the Main Street traffic light can be a daunting experience, due to speeding cars and trucks. More...

Historical Society Appoints New Executive Director

At the dawn of its 100th year, the Putnam County Historical Society is pleased to announce the appointment of Mindy Krazmien as Executive Director. More...

PV Music Honor Society Students Bring Holiday Cheer to HV Hospital

During the recent winter vacation, a group of Putnam Valley High School (PVHS) students brought instrumental holiday music to the Hudson Valley Hospital Center. More...

Town Board Institutes New Procedure for Recycling Paper and Cardboard

Philipstown residents may now recycle all paper and cardboard products at the Philipstown Landfill on Lane Gate Rd. every second Saturday of each month free of charge from 7:30 am until 3:30 pm. A new trailer has been set up to receive products. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Schools

Governor Announces Budget to Include $15M for Construction of Newburgh Campus of Orange County Community College

State Support Now at $30 Million for New Mid-Hudson Valley Education Center

Governor George E. Pataki recently announced that his 2006-07 Executive Budget, will include $15 million in new funding for a new Newburgh Branch Campus of Orange County Community College (OCC), which will be located in the City of Newburgh. More...

Empire State College’s Graduate Program to Hold Information Session

Empire State College, of the State University of New York, will hold a public information session about its Master of Arts in Teaching program on Wednesday, January 25 at 6 pm at its Hudson Valley Center, 200 North Central Avenue, Hartsdale. More...

Golden Oldies Concert Fundraiser for PVHS Student Government Scheduled

Putnam Valley High School (PVHS) Student Government and Class of 2006 Advisor, Mr. Bill Scampoli, announced this week that there will be a Golden Oldies Concert on Saturday, March 11th, one show only, at 7:00 pm in the PVHS Performing Arts Center. More...

Letters to the Editor

What’s the DeLay? Sue Kelly, Please Reject ARMPAC Money

To the Editor: Sue Kelly, our representative in the U.S. Congress, has achieved a distinction that I More...

Asks Resident to Step Forward

Dear Editor: An incident occurred about three weeks ago while my son was walking to school in the Village of Cold Spring. More...

Agrees With Importance of Rest

Dear Community: As some in the community of Cold Spring may know, I have made a mission of teaching Mindfulness Meditation, Yoga, relaxation, stress reduction and self care, for a healthy well-being. More...

Sports News

2006 West Point Gymnastics Open to be Held

The 15th annual West Point Open Gymnastics Competition will be held at the United States Military Academy on January 27-28, 2006. More...

Weekly Poll

How extensive should parking changes be in downtown Cold Spring?




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