January 3, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Tax Bills Sent to Garrison and North Highland Fire Districts Are in Error

Residents in the Garrison and North Highlands Fire Districts who received their tax bills this past week can temporarily disregard those notices. More...

Putnam Agricultural District Hearing Draws Standing Room Only Crowd

County

On December 28, 2006 the Putnam County Legislature held a public hearing regarding the Putnam County Agricultural District. More...

Coming Events

 

Arts and Entertainment

Dual Presentations at Desmond Fish Library in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Two programs, on different days, highlight the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the holiday in his honor, with the linked themes of More...

Separating The Men From The Bull to be Read by TrueNorth Theatre

TrueNorth Theatre Project will present a staged reading of a new play, Separating the Men from the Bull by Neal Lerner and Cold Spring More...

Ninth Annual Piano Festival at Howland Center

Beginning on January 14, the Howland Chamber Music Circle will present its ninth annual Piano Festival, a series of three recitals by outstanding artists who will brighten our spirits this winter. More...

Births

Grace Delores Bradley

Born on November 28, 2006 at Hudson Valley Hospital, to Melissa and Johnathan Bradley of Nelsonville. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Lincoln Clark Magill

Lincoln Clark Magill, 79, of Cold Spring, passed away on Monday, November 20, 2006 at White Plains Hospital Center. Magill was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he attended Germantown Friends School. More...

Sports News

Loretto Council Holds Free Throw Competition

Loretto Council, No. 536 is sponsoring the local level of the 2007 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship on Saturday, January 13 (snow date, January 20) at 1:30pm at the Haldane Central School gym. More...

Haldane, Put Val Girls BB Teams Headed in Right Direction

Tigers upset North Rockland for tourney title; local hoops roundup

With the first third of the Section 1 basketball season behind them, the youth of the Haldane and Putnam Valley school districts have seen their fair share of ups and downs on the boy More...

Legislature Approves Tentative Settlement for Marathon Battery Property

Community/Senior/Nutrition Center and additional public parking could be constructed in Cold Spring

At the December 28, 2006 year-end meeting of the Legislature, in addition to numerous other resolutions that were passed, the Legislature approved the pursuit of a settlement in accordance with a December 22, 2006 proposed settlement of the Kearney More...

Putnam Valley School’s Superintendent to Retire

The Putnam Valley School District More...

Volunteer Emergency Companies Elect New Officers for 2007

Driver ejected from car in accident on 9D

On December 15, 2006, a driver was ejected from his vehicle after he ran it into a tree while driving on Route 9D, north of the Village. More...

County May Request Sanction of CSEA

PCSEA tentative settlement seen as possible threat to future union employees

In a move that may result in censure of its union, the Civil Service Employees Association ( More...

Meeting Videos from PCN&R


Focus on Philipstown

Schools

Special Education Personnel Participate in Leadership Workshops

Area administrators working in the increasingly complex area of special education are benefiting from a new-this-year Collaborative Leadership Network under the auspices of Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES More...

Putnam County School Superintendents Di Natale and Tutty Appear on “Speakout with Sandy Galef”

Dr. John DiNatale, Superintendent of the Haldane Central School District and Mr. Garry Tutty, Superintendent of Putnam Valley School District, appeared on Assemblywoman Galef More...

Johnson & Wales University Names Douglas Lilburne to Dean’s List

Johnson & Wales University student Douglas Lilburne of Garrison, who is pursuing an associate More...

Letters to the Editor

Turn Your Ignition Off for the Polar Bears

Dear Editor: The Arctic Ice Cap is melting, and polar bears are drowning. This past week the U.S. Department of the Interior proposed to designate the polar bear as a threatened species. More...

Davis Continues to Fail the People of Putnam Valley

To the Editor: Darren Rigger has quite an imagination. More...

Briefly Noted

President Ford Remembered at FDR Presidential Library

The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum is honoring the memory of President Gerald R. Ford by inviting visitors to share their thoughts and memories with the Ford family. More...

Winter Blood Drive at Hudson Valley Hospital

Start the year off right. Please share your good health and donate blood. Give the gift of life on Thursday, January 18, 2007 from 10am to 9pm at Hudson Valley Hospital Center, Wagner Conference Room, lower level. More...

Sibling Class for Big Brother or Sister Once a Month at Hudson Valley Hospital

A sibling class, for young children awaiting the arrival of their new baby brother or sister, is held once a month at the Women More...

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