July 24, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Senior Learns Local Journalism

Isabella Schliemann has completed an internship with the PCN&R. More...

Talk of our Town

Politics is heating up at both the town and county levels. The PCN&R and the Courier will offer free food on Labor Day evening to all who attend our “Eat & Greet” debate in the Sheriff’s race. More...

Tourism Stages ‘Picturing Putnam’ Photo Contest

Tourism Director Libby Pataki has announced the First Annual ‘Picturing Putnam’ Photography Contest. More...

Putnam Considers Banning Cigarette Sales at Pharmacies

Cigarette smokers may soon find themselves without the opportunity to purchase “smokes” at their neighborhood drug store in Putnam County. The county Legislature has begun studying the issue through its Health and Education More...

Man Charged with Felony DWI at 100 mph

A Putnam Valley man has a lot of explaining to do when appearing in Southeast Town Court Thursday following his arrest for driving drunk at 100 mph with a child in his vehicle. State Police arrested Ronald Johnson, 21, last Wednesday at 1:25 a.m. More...

Bike Path Signage Firm Pulls Out

It’s back to the drawing board for bike path signage in Putnam County. More...

Local Scouts Set to Return from Jamboree

Philipstown Boy Scouts taking part in the National Jamboree are set to return home late Wednesday evening, and reports are, according to one parent, that “the boys are having an excellent time.” More...

Philipstown Blood Drive August 2  Free Access 

Will honor Dan Dillon, community volunteer

Community of Philipstown BLOOD DRIVE Friday, August 2, 20132:00-8:00pmAt the North Highlands Firehouse504 Fishkill Rd., Cold SpringJoin us in giving blood to honor a very special member of our Community... Dan Dillon. More...

Three Putnam Residents Among 11 Arrested in Yorktown

Three Putnam residents were among 11 young people arrested in Yorktown early Friday when police conducted a compliance check as part of a community effort to curb underage drinking. More...

Speeding Car Leads to Nelsonville Man’s Arrest

A vehicle allegedly traveling in excess of the posted 40 mph speed limit on Route 301 in Philipstown with an inadequate muffler has led to the arrest of a Nelsonville man. More...

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