January 31, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Edward T. Mancari Seeks Re-Election for Cold Spring Village Trustee

Edward T. Mancari has announced that he is seeking re-election for Cold Spring Village Trustee. A life-long resident, Mr. Mancari is looking forward to continue serving the residents of Cold Spring. More...

Senator Leibell Appointed to Chair of State's Homeland Security Committee

Senator Vincent L. Leibell will begin his new term in the New York State Senate as the new Chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs. More...

Public Notice

The Town of Philipstown is currently undertaking a remodeling of Town Hall. The scope of work is to include expansion and upgrading of the building and incorporation of the former residence at the rear of the building. More...

Coming Events

 

Arts and Entertainment

USMA Band's Jazz Knights to Perform with Guests Dennis Mackrel and the USMA Cadet Gospel Choir

The United States Military Academy Band's Jazz Knights will present a concert with guest drummer Dennis Mackrel and the USMA Cadet Gospel Choir on Sunday, February 11th, 2007 at 4:30pm in Eisenhower Hall Ballroom. More...

Hudson Highlands Trombone Ensemble to Perform at Marist

The Hudson Highlands Trombone Ensemble will perform at Marist College on Wednesday, February 14 at 8pm. This concert will be held in the Performing Arts Room of the Student Center on the campus of Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY. More...

Dutchess Community College Offers Three Varied Film Series

Dutchess Community College is offering three film series for the Spring Semester, including new additions to the campus movie scene, three movies from the traveling Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival, and two showings of Al Gore's An Inconvenien More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Frank J. Terlizzi

Frank J. Terlizzi, age 85, of Cold Spring entered into eternal rest on Friday, January 26 with his family by his side after a long illness. Born March 19, 1921 in Jersey City, NJ, he was the son of the late Thomas and Elizabeth (Ciatti) Terlizzi. More...

Briefly Noted

Camarda Charitable Foundation Announces $54,230 in Grants to Putnam County Organizations

The Camarda Charitable Foundation announced today that it made $54,230 in grants to 11 Putnam County community service groups during the fourth quarter of 2006. More...

Join Your Local Fresh Air Volunteer Team

The Fund's Putnam County area volunteer leaders are currently seeking committee members to ensure that summer 2007 is special for New York City children. More...

What to do if You Haven't Filed Your 2005 Return

The failure to file a federal tax return can be costly - whether you end up owing more or missing out on a refund. There are several reasons taxpayers don't file their taxes. Perhaps you didn't know you were required to file. More...

Congressman John Hall Opens Office in Carmel

Veterans' Affairs, Watershed and Transportation to be Halls' focus

On January 29, 2007 newly-elected Congressman John Hall announced that he will open an east-of-Hudson Congressional office in Carmel, NY. More...

Anthony Rush Accepts Nine Year Naval Commitment and United States Naval Academy Appointment

Putnam Valley resident Frank Rush was working at his job as a New York City Fireman with Rescue Company One when his son Anthony Rush received a bulky nine-by-twelve envelope from the Naval Academy on Saturday, January 13, 2007. More...

Cold Spring Village's Comprehensive Plan Special Board Chooses Leaders

The Special Board that was recently appointed to develop a Comprehensive Plan for the Village of Cold Spring elected their leaders at the January 20 meeting. They are Carol Casparian as Chair and Z. I. Sanchez as Vice Chair. Ms. More...

Homeless Men Relocated From Encampment in Southeast Woods

Southeast Supervisor John Dunford, Putnam County Dept. More...

Meeting Videos from PCN&R


Focus on Philipstown

Schools

Owen DiVico Makes Deans List at SUNY Oswego

Owen DiVico, a senior at SUNY Oswego, has made the Deans list again this semester. Owen, a 2003 Haldane graduate, is a secondary education major with a concentration in biology. More...

BOCES Hosts 'Accessibilities Expo' to Explore Resources for Persons With Disabilities

Come see and experience the latest equipment and other resources for persons with disabilities on Wednesday, March 7, at the Fourth Annual Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES "Accessibilities Expo. More...

Communications Scholarship Offered by Women's Press Club of NY State

Community Foundation Offers Beryl Spector Memorial Scholarship

The Community Foundation of the Capital Region, in collaboration with the Women's Press Club of New York State (WPC), are accepting applications for the 2007 Beryl Spector Memorial Scholarship. More...

Letters to the Editor

Attend Legislature Meeting Re Independent Safety Assessment of Indian Point

To the Editor: I appreciate Margaret Sternberg's excellent front page coverage of the Putnam County Legislature's Health, Social, Educational and Environmental Committee's forwarding to the Legislature a resolution to require Entergy to perform an More...

Philipstown Code...It's a Good Read

Dear Editor: With all the irresponsible and possibly even illegal development we're all seeing more and more of in our area, it is now more important than ever, that we as Philipstown residents familiarize ourselves with the Philipstown Code, which More...

Sports News

Conquer the Cold and Strikeout Blood Cancer at Softball Tournament

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is proud to announce The 12th Annual Snowball Softball Mike Kmetz Memorial Tournament presented by Modell's Sporting Goods. More...

Ivezik Provides Light at End of PV Hoop Tunnel

Senior hits for 36 in win over Clark Academy; Haldane's Fleming 4th in downtown scoring

At 4-12 this season and little hope for anything much better than say… 5-15 or 6-14 at best, the Putnam Valley High boy's basketball team has had little by way of celebration this season, much like Tiger teams of the past. More...

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