April 19, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Legislature Asks State to Overhaul Education and Find Alternative to Property Tax Funding

New procedure for filing historical landmark applications upsets County Historian

Olympian Dan Joye, who was part of a two-man team that earned a silver medal in the Double Luge in the 2006 Winter Olympics, was honored by the Legislature at their April 4 meeting. Joye, a resident of Carmel, promised to return in 2010. More...

Philipstown Faces First Challenge of Agricultural District Law Over Logging at Cimarron Ranch

Attorney appointed to review personnel at Recreation Department

On Thursday, April 6, 2006, the Philipstown Town Board heard the complaints of several residents of Ridge Road over logging on Cimarron Ranch, which is located in Putnam Valley. More...

Coming Events

Arts and Entertainment

Howland Public Library Film Series Features Crumb

On Friday, April 28 at 7 pm, The Howland Public Library Film series will be showing More...

Manitoga Open Day Postponed

The Manitoga Summer Nature and Design Camp Open Day that was scheduled for Sunday, April 23rd has been postponed. A new date will be announced as soon as possible. More...

Anne Tormela Performance at Howland Library

Anne Tormela, Lyric Coloratura, will be performing at the Howland Public Library, 313 Main Street, Beacon, on Saturday, April 29 at 2 pm. The concert is free. More...

Letters to the Editor

Requests Proper Plan for HillAgor Farm

To: Michael Principe, Ph.D., Deputy Commissioner, City of New York, Department of Environmental Protection (Reprinted at the Request of the Author) More...

Please Vote in Putnam Valley

Editor: Last week I talked to a few Putnam Valley Old Timers about the high cost of living here. Many of our neighbors, including our last Town Supervisor, have moved to conservative States. More...

Rte. 9D Building Impacts Community

To the Editor: Suzie Gilbert's letter in the April 12th issue of PCNR is right on the mark. The building towering over Route 9D is an eyesore. More...

Briefly Noted

Nature Conservancy Announces Hike Schedule

The Eastern New York Chapter of The Nature Conservancy is pleased to offer the public the chance to explore some of the region's hidden ecological gems. Beginning in midMay and More...

Local Talent Sought for Renegades Games

The Hudson Valley Renegades are looking for local singers to perform the National Anthem at Renegades home games this summer. More...

Father and Son in Putnam Valley Possessed Stolen Vehicles

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports the April 11, 2006 arrests of a father and son from Putnam Valley on charges that they possessed two stolen vehicles. More...

County Legislature Passes Health Insurance Reform Bill

Union threatens legal action

At a special meeting held on April 4, 2006, the Putnam County Legislature approved a reform plan for the County's Health Insurance benefits. More...

Town Officials Try to Work Out Disagreements Over "Santucci Building" Use at Oregon Corners

Supervisor Davis to call for another building moratorium

A brief "Special Town Board" meeting was held last Wednesday, April 12, 2006 at which time the Putnam Valley Town Board approved an air conditioning repair bid for $3,850, set a Cablevision Franchise public hearing for May 17, 2006 at 6:45 pm at Town More...

PV 2006 Sunset Series to Start Season with Evening Star Party on May 6th

Putnam Valley Parks & Recreation Department is proud to present their Sunset Series, "An Evening Star Party," on May 6th featuring Joe Rao, News 12 Westchester Meteorologist. More...

Bondi Proposes Year Round Acceptance of Electronics at Recycling Facility

Putnam County Executive Bob Bondi has put before the Legislature a plan to accept electronic items at the recycling center year round. More...

"PV Idol" Benefit Show Planned for Putnam County Animal Shelter and Girl Scout Troop 2251

Friday night, May 5th, is an evening that has a tremendous amount of high hopes riding on it. More...

Meeting Videos from PCN&R

Schools

RYLO Organizes Student Art Show at BOCES

On Saturday, April 22, the Regional Youth Leadership Organization (RYLO) will hold an art show to raise money for a RYLO scholarship. More...

MSMC Invites Artists to Exhibit on Campus

Mount Saint Mary College invites artists to participate in the 31st Annual Artists on the Campus outdoor art show and sale June 4. Artists are invited to exhibit their work in judged and/or open categories. More...

PVES 3rd and 4th Graders Stage a Delightful Musical

On Friday, April 21st, at 7 pm (doors open at 6:30) the third and fourth graders of Putnam Valley Elementary School will provide the community with a taste of Broadway. More...

Births

Brianna Michele Abate

J'Jean Girolamo Abate and John Abate Jr. proudly announce the birth of their daughter Brianna Michele, who was More...

Delaney Elizabeth Corless

Cold Spring parents Andrea and Tom Corless happily announce that their daughter, Delaney Elizabeth Corless, was born on March 31, 2006 at Hudson Valley Hospital. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Anita H. Nairn

Anita H. Nairn, age 69, a longtime resident of Cold Spring, died on Wednesday, April 12, 2006 at home. More...

Charles E. Clauss, Sr

Charles E. Clauss, Sr. (Charlie), age 78, a life-long resident of Cold Spring, died Sunday, April 9, 2006 at his home in Cold Spring, NY. More...

Teresa N. Grosh

Teresa N. Grosh, age 81, of Cold Spring, NY died on Tuesday, April 11, 2006 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie, NY. More...

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