Talk of our Town

School Board elections were Tuesday across the state, as well...

Why Did the Turtle Cross the Road?

It’s that time of the year when native turtles are...

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN

Did you know that when chocolate first came to the...

Courtroom to be Named in Memory of Judge James Reitz

James Reitz was one of Putnam County’s most respected and...

Michelle Lorette Cotennec & Robert Francis Percacciolo

Michelle Lorette Cotennec, daughter of Philippe and Donna Cotennec of...

28 Putnam Residents Become Naturalized Citizens

They came originally from Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic,...

PUTNAM VALLEY HAPPENINGS

The Town of Putnam Valley was hopping this past weekend,...

Legislature Recognizes Putnam Youth

Two dozen teenagers converged on the historic Putnam Courthouse last Tuesday evening where members of the county Legislature commended the...

Age My Way

“Seasoned” citizens comprise nearly one half of Putnam’s population and when proclaiming May as Older Americans Month throughout the county...

ARC Employees Keep Putnam Beautiful

The Arc of Putnam County was founded in 1974 by a group of parents seeking better lives and more opportunities...

Supporting Sales of Buddy Poppies

Each May members of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary converge on the Putnam County Courthouse and during the monthly meeting of...

PUTNAM VALLEY SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATE Q & A

In the Putnam Valley School District, four candidates are vying for two available seats. The candidates are Janette Yetter, Sam...

HALDANE SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATE Q & A

Two candidates are seeking the two positions on the Haldane School Board, Sean McNall, who is on the board currently,...

GARRISON SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATE Q & A

Two candidates are seeking the two positions for School Board at the Garrison Union Free School. They are Sarah Tormey,...

Holocaust Lesson at Putnam Valley High School

High school students in Putnam Valley last week heard Endre (Andy) Sarkany, who survived the Holocaust as a child, speak...