August 24, 2011 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Seeking Vendors for Boot Sale

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is holding a Boot Sale (a/k/a Flea Market) Saturday, Sept. 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be live music and entertainment all day. More...

Library Media Sale Is Going Strong

DESMOND-FISH LIBRARY

The Desmond-Fish Library’s Annual Book and Media Sale opened on Friday night and is going strong all week (Monday, Aug. 22 through Friday, Aug. 26, 2 to 5 pm; Saturday, Aug. 27 10 to 5 pm; Sunday Aug. 28 1 to 5 pm; and Monday Aug. More...

Road Resurfacing Underway from East to West

Putnam Acting Commissioner of Highways and Facilities Emma Kounine called it “heat scarifying.” More...

Nimham Pow Wow Attracts People From Across America

Native Americans as well as those interested in learning about local history filled the Putnam Veterans Memorial Park in Kent last weekend for the county’s 11th annual Daniel Nimham Pow Wow. More...

Body Found Floating in Hudson Identified

The body of a naked man found floating in the Hudson River in the vicinity of Constitution Island earlier this month has been identified as a resident of Brooklyn. More...

Bag Sale at Gift Shop

During the month of August clothing and back porch items are just $5 / bag. Open Thursdays and Saturdays 10-4. First Presbyterian Church, Route 6N & Secor Rd., Mahopac. More...

Museum Announces Fall Docent Training Sessions

Looking for an activity that’s intellectually stimulating, personally rewarding, and just plain fun? The Katonah Museum of Art’s Docent Program may be just the thing. More...

Like an Old House or an Old Car, Old Road Requires Extra Care

This newly-formed deep rut at the intersection of Canopus Hill Road—which is paved—and Old Albany Post Road—which isn’t— was deep enough to temporarily stop a small Honda during last Tuesday evening’s pelting rains More...

Nelsonville Covers Sidewalks and Roadways

Sidewalk repairs and road issues were the main topics at the monthly meeting of the Village of Nelsonville Board of Trustees on August 15th. More...

A Hummer Kind of Summer

Gardening GUSTO

One of the surprising things about gardening is that you never know how the season is going to play out. Some summers bring tons of tomatoes, some years are all about beans, and other seasons make you feel like the Pope of Potatoes. More...

Weekly Poll

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