July 27, 2016 RSS feed / Community

Growing Farmers With Project Renewal  Free Access 

On Tuesday, the men of Renewal Farm gave a helping hand in a special Project Renewal harvest, where they helped farmers in training get their hands dirty. More...

Putnam Deputy Honored as Marine Officer of the Year for Entire State

With family and colleagues from the Putnam Sheriff’s Department in attendance, Sgt. Michael Szabo was recognized Tuesday as Marine Officer of the Year by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. More...

More Shocking Results At Buckle Up Check Point

For the second time this month, State Police and NYS Park Police conducted a six-hour weekend checkpoint at the entrance to the FDR State Park off the Taconic State Parkway and the number of summonses written was shocking. More...

James O’Neill, Who Guarded NYC Mayor’s Family, Mourned; Founded Local FOP Chapter

AROUND the COUNTY

It was standing room only inside St. James Church in Carmel Friday when hundreds of mourners paid their respects to James O’Neill. More...

Gardener Attacked By Three Dogs

A 35-year-old Stormville woman suffered serious injuries Tuesday afternoon when attacked by three large dogs at a private residence off Route 301 at Smokey Hollow Court in Kent. More...

Remembering Hamilton Fish, Gone Now 20 Years, and His Putnam Roots

Hamilton Fish Jr. was a man of honor, courage and high ethical standards. Fish died of cancer 20 years ago this past Saturday after representing residents of Putnam County and the entire Hudson Valley in Congress for 26 years. More...

Troopers Avert Suicide At Bear Mountain Bridge

A 21-year-old Hawthorne man is alive today thanks to the expertise of the New York State Police. Troopers were summoned to the Putnam side of the Bear Mountain Bridge on Sunday night for a report of a suicidal person attempting to jump off the span. More...

Focus On: Marbled Meat Shop  Free Access 

A year and a half ago, transplanted Brooklynites and husband-and-wife owners Lisa Hall and Chris Pascarella opened Marbled Meat Shop to great success in Philipstown. Today, the business is still going strong. More...

Cancer Support with Yoga Class

Support Connection, Inc. announces a free weekly program: “Yoga: A Path Toward Wellness” takes place on Saturdays from noon-1:30 pm at Club Fit, Jefferson Valley. Open to women living with breast, ovarian and gynecological cancers. More...

Two Seriously Injured In Garrison Crash

Two men suffered serious injuries Tuesday in a one-vehicle crash on Route 9D, one mile south of Route 403, in Garrison. The crash took place around 1:20 p.m. More...

Crackdown On Sale Of Synthetic Drugs

Putnam County lawmakers have commended Governor Andrew Cuomo for implementing a new statewide enforcement action to combat the illegal sale of synthetic drugs. More...

Fire Damages Home in Putnam Valley

Putnam Valley

An early morning fire Sunday damaged a home on Church Road in Putnam Valley. Firefighters were summoned at 2:15 a.m. for a report of a structure fire at a dwelling commonly called the Poker House. More...

New Home Rises On Main

This new home, of modular construction, was set atop its foundation along Main Street last week, immediately to the west of Town Hall. More...

Talk of our Town

Drive past the Cold Spring Firehouse this week and you’re likely to see a raft of young people in training – checking out fire safety, learning how to use an extinguisher and doing calisthenics. More...

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