July 9, 2014 RSS feed / Community

Phil Schatzle, Hometown Hero in Cold Spring

It was with special meaning that Phil Schatzle, 79 and a Veteran himself, walked toward every Veterans' monument this past Memorial Day. Dressed in a seersucker suit, he took his hat off. More...

Partners with PARC Hosts 17th Benefit Golf Outing

Partners with PARC will host its annual golf benefit on Monday, July 21, at the renowned Centennial Golf Club in Carmel.   More...

Breathtaking Summer Sunset

Sunday night saw an astounding sunset looking north toward Storm King and Breakneck Mountain. More...

County to Accept Credit Cards

Putnam residents may now pay their tax bills and other financial obligations to county government with the use of their credit card.  The county legislature approved the measure by a unanimous vote last week as a “convenience to our reside More...

Lightning Strike Damages Putnam County Jail

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Mother Nature has wreaked havoc throughout the county in recent days with torrential downpours, strong gusty winds and severe lightning. More...

Talk of our Town

Cold Spring's quick responsiveness in time of need certainly came to the fore Monday evening, when fire ripped through the home of Anne Impellizzeri and Dan Wright, on High Street. More...

Defensive Driving at Butterfield Library

The Butterfield Library will host an American Safety class taught by a representative from Digital Defensive Driving on Saturday, July 26th, 10 am to 4 pm. The class features practical information and techniques to avoid collisions and violations. More...

Bridge Renamed to Honor Disabled Vets

A bridge carrying the Taconic State Parkway over Bryant Pond Road in Putnam Valley will forever be called the Disabled American Veterans Memorial Bridge.  Gov. More...

Putnam Remains Safest NY County

The numbers are in and for the fourth consecutive year, Putnam County has the lowest total crime index rate among all counties in New York State.  More...

Police Seek ID of Bound Woman Found Floating in Hudson

The query into the body of a woman found floating in the Hudson River midway between Garrison and Highland Falls a week ago, her feet bound, is continuing.  More...

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