July 31, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Jamboree: A Local Scout’s Account

As the long all-night bus ride finally came to an end, over two hundred scouts from the Westchester Putnam Council woke up and realized where they were. More...

Philipstown Man Accused of Burglarizing Relative’s Home

A 31-year-old man who recently moved into a relative’s home in Philipstown is facing felony charges following his alleged theft of jewelry and a shotgun from the residence. More...

Pedestrian Injured in Accident on 9D

A woman was injured last Wednesday evening while crossing Route 9D, authorities said. More...

Control Room Operators Conduct Planned Shut Down at Indian Point

Control room operators manually shut down Indian Point’s unit 3 nuclear power plant Monday morning as planned to troubleshoot an issue with one of four valves that control the flow of water into steam generators, a spokesman said. More...

Garrison’s Judge Scuccimarra Sworn in as VP of the White Plains Bar Association

Judge Thomas Scuccimarra, of Garrison, was sworn in as the vice president of the White Plains Bar Association on July 24. The swearing-in ceremony was performed by Judge Jo Ann Friia of the City Court of White Plains. More...

Pet First Aid Offered at Putnam Hospital

Would you know what to do if your beloved four-legged family member became suddenly sick or injured? More...

Internet Scam Reported

An internet message purporting to be a Microsoft Corp. Sweepstakes is nothing more than a scam. More...

Library Has iPads

Shown here are Butterfield Library’s iPads, just waiting for users. “We already had two iPads for public use and one for staff,” said library director Gillian Thorpe. More...

Hudson Highlands Girl Scout Court of Awards

The Hudson Highlands Girl scout community ended their year last month with their annual Court of Awards Ceremony at Cortlandt Colonial Restaurant with over 160 in attendance. More...

Talk of our Town

Don’t miss Caravan of Thieves at the Cold Spring Bandstand at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, as the Cold Spring Chamber’s Summer Sunset Series winds down. More...

Putnam Valley's FD at Brewster Parade

The Putnam Valley Fire Department marched with precision in the Brewster Fire Parade last week, among departments from all over Putnam, as well as firefighters, EMS providers and marching bands from northern Westchester, Dutchess, Rockland and Oran More...

Putnam Valley Business Cited for Selling Alcohol to Youth

Proprietors of a Putnam Valley bar and grille are in trouble with the law for allegedly selling alcohol to a 19-year-old. State Police reported the arrest Monday of a clerk employed at Richy’s Pub and Grub, at 2 Miranda Plaza in Putnam Valley. More...

It’s Official: Entergy Purchases Philipstown Parcel

Dr. Mary Ellen Finger, owner of the 6.77-acre parcel of property at 3 Horsemen’s Trail, in Cold Spring, which is proposed to be developed as an Indian Point emergency operations center by Entergy, shared a new development late last week. More...

1,000 Vets Now Registered for ‘Return the FAVOR’

Putnam County’s Return the FAVOR (Find and Assist Vets of Record) has registered its 1,000 recipient but with an estimated 10,000 vets currently residing throughout the county, more work has to be done. More...

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