March 20, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Sign of Spring: Putnam Plant Sale

It’s a sure sign of spring when the Putnam County Soil and Water Conservation District prepares for its annual plant, seedling and bird house sale. More...

Dirt Road Cleanup Set

The annual Philipstown Dirt Road Clean-Up Day will take place on April 6 (rain date April 7) starting at 10 a.m. We will meet at the Old Albany Post Road stone monument at the junction of Old Albany and Travis Corners Road. More...

Youth Dinner Is Coming Up

Friday is the deadline to make a reservation for next month’s Youth Awards dinner at the Mahopac Golf Club. More...

Talk of our Town

Happy First Day of Spring today! The PCN&R is now an official proud sponsor of the Ridge Hill Putnam Cycling Classic, set for May 5 in Cold Spring. Watch for weekly updates here. More...

Philipstown Burglary Solved Two Years Later

A man wanted in connection with a Philipstown home burglary two years ago, who spent more than a year in jail before being released after a judge ruled that the prosecution had failed to take legal action in a timely fashion, is back at the Putnam Co More...

Philipstown Area Scouts Headed to Jamboree

This summer, eight boy scouts and their scoutmaster Mr. Platt from Troop 437 will set off on an exciting adventure to the National Scout Jamboree in West Virginia. More...

Chamber Awards Announced

Presentation set for Thursday dinner at Dutchess Manor

On Thursday, March 21, the Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Awards Dinner at Dutchess Manor, on Route 9D, north of Cold Spring. The restaurant and catering facility is a longtime Chamber member. More...

Elizabeth Ailes Clarifies Chamber Confusion

The happy announcement last week about the Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce Awards Dinner on March 21—including the names of this year’s roster of honorees—was clouded somewhat by a misunderstanding that became a source of publi More...

Garden Conservancy Welcomes a New President

Jenny Young du Pont will become President and Chief Executive Officer of the Garden Conservancy on April 8, Benjamin F. Lenhardt, Jr., Chairman of the Board, announced recently. The Conservancy is headquartered at Winter Hill, in Garrison. More...

Weekly Poll

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