May 25, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

The ‘Second’ First Communion Class at Loretto

Today, the PCN&R is publishing the photo of the second half of the thirty-three member class of First Communicants who celebrated the sacrament at two separate Masses on Saturday, May 14, at Our Lady of Loretto Church in Cold Spring. More...

Zuckerman Gets Board Slot

PHILIPSTOWN TOWN BOARD More...

Board Addresses ‘Scathing’ Report; Improving Local Fire and EMS Is Goal

PHILIPSTOWN TOWN BOARD More...

 

Civics and Politics

Mark Your Calendar – Meetings This Week

Full Story

Alana Sweeny Will Not Run for County Executive

The rumors have been put to rest! Alana Sweeny of Mahopac, wife of Putnam Senior Judge John Sweeny and the former Commissioner of the NYS Council on Children and Families under the Gov. More...

Ball Commends Police for Rapid Response

State Senator Greg Ball Monday commended law enforcement and emergency services providers for responding in a rapid and professional manner when a suspicious package was delivered to his constituent office in Southeast last Friday evening. More...

Schools

Caring and Dedication is a ‘Sign’

St. Philip’s Nursery School, Serving the Children of Philipstown Since 1960.

A happy crowd of children, parents, and friends gathered on the St. More...

Make Digital Collages

Westchester Community College Center for the Digital Arts in Peekskill offers “Hybrid Practices through Digital Collage Making.” In this course the idea of “hybrid” takes the form mixed media digital painting that has evolved More...

Boscobel Celebrates its 50th Birthday in Style

On Sunday afternoon, the staff of Bocobel invited the whole community to a free 50th Birthday Party on their beautiful grounds overlooking the Hudson River, Constitution Island, and West Point. More...

Police Blotter

Two Charged with Burglary in Continental Village

Two members of the Putnam Sheriff’s Department were at the right place at the right time and as a result two Westchester men were caught in the act of allegedly burglarizing a home in Continental Village. More...

Putnam Valley Man Arrested for Misspelling Name

A Putnam Valley man who authorities said has a driving record containing numerous suspensions has been accused of trying to pull a fast one on the New York State DMV. More...

Woman Charged with Identity Theft in Garrison

State Police working in conjunction with the NYPD arrested a Brooklyn woman last week for allegedly gaining a Garrison woman’s credit card information and obtaining $2,500 worth of merchandise from internet retailers. More...

Planning the Future

Opposition Hits Foodtown Expansion

COLD SPRING PLANNING BOARD A contemplated expansion of the Foodtown grocery and possible relocation of the Post Office ran smack into neighborly opposition at Thursday night’s meeting of the Cold Spring Planning Board. More...

Prom Night at Haldane High School

Haldane High students gather at their school on Friday night for the 2011 prom festivities. Story and more pictures on page 11. |align=left|width=250|height=105|link=node] More...

Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back.

On Saturday, May 21, members of American Cancer Society Relay for Life team Proud Mary raised money by selling hot dogs and other goodies on Main Street in Cold Spring. The team encountered many generous people throughout the day. More...

Worship in Philipstown

Preaching Runs in the Family

She is the preacher’s kid who never, ever thought she would be the preacher. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Arts and Entertainment

Live Musec CALENDAR

WEDNESDAY, MAY 25 THE ANDY POLAY TRIO The Winery at St. George, Route 6, Mohegan Lake FRIDAY, MAY 27 UNCOMMON GROUND w/Tim & Sylvia Town Crier Cafe, 130 Route 22, Pawling SUNDAY, MAY 29 CELTIC NOTES More...

You Can Start Calling Putnam Valley ‘Music Town’

Just about anywhere you look in this town, someone’s putting on a show. More...

Cultural Events

CHAPEL OF OUR LADY RESTORATION 45 Market St., Cold Spring More...

Community

With a Week and a Half to Go Teams Get Creative

RELAY FOR LIFE More...

Religious Services

BEACON HEBREW ALLIANCE Conservative Synagogue 331 Verplanck Ave., Beacon Rabbi Josh Wohl More...

First Hebrew Sponsors a Classic Car Show

Bring your family and friends to the 1st Annual Friends Helping Friends Car Show featuring classic and antique cars and trucks from 1900 – 1982. Car registration $15 in advance; $20 day of show; attendees free. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Helen Harding Anderson

Helen Harding Anderson, a long-time resident of Garrison, died Thursday, the 19th of May, at the Field Home in Cortlandt Manor. She was 97 years old and died peacefully in her sleep. More...

Dudley Ray Brewer

Dudley Ray Brewer, 86, of Santa Barbara, California, passed away on May 17 after a brief illness. Dudley was born in Cold Spring on May 19, 1924, to Leslie and Phoebe Brewer. More...

Briefly Noted

~TALK of our TOWN~

Grateful thanks and prayers for all our departed servicemen and women on this Memorial Day 2011. More...

Corrections & Clarifications

In a story about a meeting of the Cold Spring Special Board we misstated the number of vacancies on the Cold Spring Planning Board. There will be one vacancy on the Planning Board as of the end of this month. More...

Sports News

Graymoor's Golf Classic

FRANCISCAN FRIARS OF THE ATONEMENT

The twelfth annual Graymoor Golf Classic will take place on Monday, June 6, at the Mount Kisco Country Club, 10 Taylor Road, Mount Kisco. More...

Philipstown Highlanders Roll Over Yorktown to Victory

The 7/8 grade Philipstown Highlanders lacrosse team traveled to Yorktown this past Saturday and came home with a victory, beating York-town with a final score of 10-7. More...

Philipstown Soccer Roundup

All the soccer teams were on the road this past Sunday, with the U-15 Knights starting off the road trip with a 9 am game in Yonkers. The Knights came out swinging with an early goal by Serena Wessely off a corner kick by Sonya Kuzminski. More...

Weekly Poll

What's your favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner?
Click below for our Digital Version of the PCN&R
2011-05-25 digital edition
.




The below video is sponsored by The Church on the Hill.

Reasons why people don't go to Church from from the Public Square on Vimeo.