March 2, 2011 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Fate of Single Mom Depends On New Blood Donors

A single mother from Queens is calling for more African Americans to become blood donors, so that she and many others may be able to live. More...

Area Man Accused of Possession of Marijuana at Public Banquet

A 21-year-old Lake Peek­skill man has a court date in Yorktown later this month for allegedly possessing marijuana during a banquet in Jefferson Valley.  Yorktown Police arrested Jovan Rondon last week while conducting an alcohol beverag More...

Garrison Man Sentenced to Prison for DWI-Related Death

A Garrison man will be calling the New York State Department of Corrections home for the next seven years after receiving the maximum prison sentence for causing a DWI related crash that claimed the life of a Peekskill man and seriously injured five More...

DWI Arrests Continue to Soar

Despite repeated warnings in the media that police throughout the region have taken a zero tolerance when it comes to drunken driving, the numbers of DWI arrests continue to soar. More...

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Ball Awards Six Medals to WWII Veteran During a ceremony at the Harlem Valley VFW in Dover Plains, State Senator Greg Ball presented six medals, including the World War II Victory Medal, to veteran Sgt. George O’Boza. More...

Senior Repair Wagon Program is Rolling

The Senior Action Wagon (SAW) Repair Program, administered by the Putnam County Housing Corporation offers repairs on a sliding fee scale based on income plus mileage and materials. More...

Military Personnel, Families Receive Free Tax Help

Military members and their spouses may be eligible to receive free tax return preparation assistance. The IRS and U.S. More...

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