September 26, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Religious Services

GRACE UNI TED METHO DIS T CHURCH 37 Peekskill Hollow Road, Putnam Valley Pastor Jin Choi 845-526-3788 Sunday Services: 8:15am and 10am, Sunday School at 10am service. More...

Presbyterian Church Celebrates 8 Years of Rev. Mott’s Pastorate

First Presbyterian church

The congregation of the First Presbyterian Church of Philipstown, Cold Spring, also known as the “Church of the Open Door” celebrated the 8th anniversary of Rev. Leslie Mott’s pastorate, in the Sunday service on September 23. More...

Living Yoga Studio Comes to Cold Spring

New Venture Brings ‘Yoga for Everyone’

A new yoga studio geared toward students of all ages and abilities will open on October 1. Located on Route 9, Living Yoga will offer a warm and encouraging yoga studio for everyone from novice to advanced practitioners. More...

Woman Charged With Felony DWI After Crash

A Putnam Valley woman is facing felony charges for allegedly driving drunk and crashing her car while her young daughter was a passenger. Carmel Police arrested Beth Meehan Saturday night at 9:45 p.m. More...

Registration Still Open for Cancer Walk

Support Connection, Inc. is still accepting registrations for their 18th Annual Support-A-Walk. The Walk will take place on Sunday, October 7, (rain or shine) at FDR Park, Route 202, Yorktown Heights. More...

Get Out Alive, Say Local Firefighters  Free Access 

If you woke up to a fire in your home, how much time do you think you would have to get to safety? Much less time than you think, according to the nonprofit National Fire Protection Association. More...

Girl Scouts ‘Daisy for a Day’

The Girl Scouts of the Hudson Highlands are excited to get the 2012-2013 scouting year underway with the popular Girl Scout event “Daisy for a Day!” More...

Talk of our Town

We went apple picking last weekend; what a treat! We know this gorgeous fall weather can last only so long. Please buy your tickets this week if you plan to attend the Putnam History Museum’s Annual Gala at Cat Rock, on Oct. 13. More...

Alan Schneider Remembered as a Gentleman

Family and friends are mourning the passing of Alan Schneider this past week. Schneider, 63, who ran unsuccessfully against County Executive MaryEllen Odell last November, died suddenly on September 18 while vacationing in Florida. More...

Graymoor’s Photo Workshop & Spiritual Retreat This Fall

One of the most magnificent times of the year to photograph the Hudson River Valley is during the month of October. This region offers a pageantry of world class autumn color and scenery found nowhere else in the world. More...

Putnam Valley Lions Look to Raise Funds

Members of the Putnam Valley Lions Club will be holding a Fall Festival at the Town Park on October 7. $500 Raffle, Games, Food, Vendors, Fire Trucks and Ambulance. More...

Seniors Learn Computer Skills

Seniors interested in learn- ing computer skills can register for a variety of classes offered by the Putnam County Office for the Aging at both 117 Town Park Lane, Putnam Valley Senior Center and 180 Rt. 6, Mahopac, William Koehler Senior Center. More...

Heating Oil Trucks Inspected for the Season

Each of 60 home heating oil trucks delivering oil to homes and businesses in Putnam County will have undergone a rigorous calibration before the end of next month. More...

Castle to River: Race with a View

This Columbus Day weekend, runners will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful local trails with the Castle to River Race. The race will be on Sunday October 7 and be put on by Philipstown Recreation. More...

Weekly Poll

County legislators reviewed the Butterfield project and a senior center in a historic meeting last week. Where should the senior center be?
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