October 24, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Dunkin’ Donuts News Flash

Late Monday afternoon, Planning Board Chairman Joe Barbaro issued an update on the Elmesco application before the Planning Board, a request that would put a Dunkin’ Donuts in Cold Spring. More...

Hospital Gala Celebrates Pataki & Witts for Work

More than 500 people attended HVHC’s 52nd Annual Ball, “A Halloween Masquerade” at the Hyatt Regency in Greenwich, Ct., on October 20. More...

Conservancy Lauds McHenry at Bear Mountain Gala

On Saturday evening, September 15, 2012, at its Founders Benefit, the Palisades Parks Conservancy presented Garrison’s Barnabas McHenry with the Palisades Founders Award in recognition of his legacy of dedication and generosity to the parks and More...

Library Hosts 75th Anniversary Party

  The mid-October 75th Anniversary Party brought together supporters of the Putnam Valley Library to celebrate with wine, hors d’oeuvres and music, a silent auction and raffles to support the library and its drive to enhance its computer More...

Garrison Fire Company Welcomes New Officers

The Garrison Volunteer Fire Company has selected new leadership, as part of its recent annual election. More...

Have a Boo-licious Time at Trunk or Treat

Come to the Putnam Valley Education Foundation Trunk or Treat extravaganza from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday October 28 in the PVHS/PVMS parking lot, rain or shine. More...

Early Morning Fire Damages Putnam Valley Home

A two story home in Putnam Valley was heavily damaged early Sunday when fire broke out in a second-floor room. More...

Cold Spring Man Charged in Credit Card Theft

A Cold Spring man is facing a 7-year prison term for allegedly stealing his neighbor’s credit card and ringing up a $12,000 tab over 9 months. Brian F. More...

Busted: Putnam Valley Man Accused of Driving 110 mph

A Putnam Valley man accused of driving 110 mph along Oscawana Lake Road in Putnam Valley is facing a variety of charges following his arrest by the Putnam Sheriff’s Department. More...

Religious Services

COLD SPRING CHURCH ON THE HILL Rev. Timothy M. Greco, Pastor P.O. Box 299 Cold Spring, NY 10516 265-2022 Cm2ChurchonHill @aol.com Sunday Worship Service 10:30am Wed 7pm - Water Bapt. Svc Thu 6:30 pm - Teen Ministry/Matt Salcedo More...

School Budget Trifecta in Putnam Valley

Superintendent Dr. Barbara Nuzzi will have her hands full when she and her school board begin crafting the 2013-14 district budget. More...

Welcome Daisies

Welcome to our newest Hudson Highlands Girl Scout Troop: Kindergarten Troop 1410 from Garrison Union Free School. Shown here, left to right, are Jillian August, Molly Kelly, Maddie Speller, Nellie Walker and Morgan Murphy. More...

Kateri Canonization Marked

On Sunday after the 11:45am Mass, the faithful of Our Lady of Loretto Parish gathered in the church’s Marian Rose Garden with their pastor, Fr. Brian T. More...

Invasive Species:‘The Foreign Threat’

A Presentation at the Desmond-Fish Library

James Rubino, the Philipstown Garden Club’s 2012 summer intern at Constitution Marsh will give a presentation at the Desmond-Fish Library at 2pm on Oct 28 in the Program Room. More...

A Tribute to Father Mills’ Life

Lord, make me an instrument of your peace. Where there is hatred, let me sow love. Where there is injury, pardon. Where there is doubt, faith. More...

Putnam Valley Hosts Candidates’ Debate

The League of Women Voters of Putnam County and the Putnam Valley Area Chamber of Commerce will Co-Host a Candidates’ Debate on Wednesday, October 24, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Putnam Valley High School Cafeteria, Peekskill Hollow Road. More...

Halloween is for Seniors, Too

Come to the Putnam County Office For the Aging Annual Harvest Jamboree from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, October 29, 2012, at the Sheet Metal Worker’s Hall, off Starr Ridge Road, Brewster. More...

Mahopac Man Charged in Putnam Valley Narcotics Bust

A Mahopac man allegedly operating his vehicle erratically at 1:30 a.m. on Wood Street in Putnam Valley is calling the Putnam Correctional Facility home these days following his arrest by the Sheriff’s Department on felony narcotics charges. More...

TALK of our TOWN

Don’t miss the annual Main Street Halloween Parade this Saturday (10/27) at 5:30, kicking off at the corner of Main and Chesnut. Rainy weather moves it to Sunday (10/28), same time. More...

Weekly Poll

Do you think Putnam County should continue to fight the efforts of an out of town newspaper to get the identities of all pistol permit holders?
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