October 4, 2000 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Fr. Donald B. Licata Lodge, OSIA Celebrates Italian Heritage Month

October is Italian Heritage Month. A month that pays tribute to the million of Italian immigrants who have built, shaped and enriched the lives of American-Italians. More...

Seven People Arrested In Brewster Village For Cocaine Distribution

Seven people have been arrested as a result of an investigation by the Sheriff More...

Cold Spring Boat Club Hosts Pre-Schoolers

The Cold Spring Boat Club hosted a pre-school field trip from Sandra Nice More...

Hudson Valley Hospital Hosts Support Groups, Talks

On Tuesday, October 10th, Michael Carioscia, DPM, podiatrist, with host a talk, "Put Your Best Foot Forward," common foot problems which can occur and why. More...

Free Endometriosis Screenings Offered in October

During the month of October, the Endometriosis Association (EA) is sponsoring the first ever Endometriosis Screening Month to improve the diagnosis of endometriosis. More...

Kristen Dodge Weds Michael McNamara

On August 19, 2000, Kristen Dodge, daughter of Robert and Virginia Dodge of Garrison, NY, and Michael McNamara, son of Dennis and Alice McNamara of Yorktown Heights, NY, were married. The 3:00 P.M. More...

Metro-North Throws Open The Doors To Harmon Shop

The world of railroading is opening to the public on Saturday, October 21 from 10 am until 3 pm at MTA Metro-North Railroad More...

Volunteer Positions Available To Make A Difference In The Community

Hudson River HealthCare, a not-for-profit community health center is offering an opportunity to make a difference in your community through their AmeriCorps and AmeriCorps*VISTA program. More...

County Health Department Flu And Pneumonia Vaccine Clinics Scheduled

The Putnam County Health Department and the Putnam County Office for Aging announce the full schedule of Flu and Pneumonia Vaccine clinics. More...

Two More Putnam Crows Test Positive For West Nile Virus

The Putnam County Health Department received notification on September 28th from the New York State Department of Health that two more crows from Putnam County have tested positive for West Nile virus. Both were found. in the town of Carmel. More...

Domestic Violence Issues To Be Discussed At Program In Fishkill

On October 10th, in recognition o More...

Pedifix Footcare Company Moves To New Facility In Southeast

PediFix Inc., a family owned business since 7885 headed by Dennis and Jon Case, has announced the successful lease negotiation of a ^14,000 sq.ft. commercial building located at 370 Guinea Road in the town of Southeast. More...

Lake Management Conference To Be Held At Clearpool Education Center

The Putnam County Water Quality Strategy Committee and New York State Federation of Lake Associations, Inc. More...

Canopus Club’s Haunted House Ready For Halloween

Keeping up with the Halloween tradition, Canopus Club More...

Beacon Health Center Offers Prenatal Care

PCAP, the Prenatal Care Assistance Program, is available free of charge to pregnant women and teenagers who are not eligible for Medicaid and do not have insurance. More...

Public Hearing Will Present Integrated County Plan For Social Services

Michael J. More...

American Cancer Society Seeks Volunteers In Hudson Valley Area

The American Cancer Society is looking for volunteers in the Hudson Valley area to assist with various activities. Skilled office volunteers are needed as well as volunteers for many of the Society More...

"Main Street Revitalization Series" Features Preserving Historic Properties

On Saturday, October 14 from 10am to 12:30pm, the Southeast Museum will be presenting "Preserving Historic Properties," the fifth and final session in the Main Street Revitalization Series 2000. More...

Garrison Pony Club Wins Big At Peekskill Rotary Horse Show

The Peekskill Rotary recently held its 30th Annual Horse Show at Blue Mountain Reservation, Peekskill. Members of the Garrison Pony Club won ribbons in three different classes. More...

Bounous Montessori Students Learn About Aborigines And The Olympics

Children at the Bounous Montessori School participated in their own Olympics and learned about Australia and the making of Aboriginal didjeridoos. More...

Talk of the Town

...Happy 50th wedding anniversary to Michael and Gertrude Dahlia, who were married in Cold Spring in 1950. More...

Local Representative Needed For Exchange Student Program

World Heritage, a non-profit student exchange program, is seeking local area representatives to volunteer their time and skills to provide students from several countries including Germany, France, Mexico, and the former Soviet Union countries, with More...

Cornell Cooperative Offers Fall Garden Programs

Want to learn ways to deer-proof your landscape, have your soil tested, learn all about bulbs, plant propagation, putting your garden to bed for the coming winter, and visit a large private garden? More...

United Way Decides To Only Support Specific Boy Scout Programs

The Board of Directors of the United Way of Westchester and Putnam has decided that specific scouting-related programs will be eligible for support through Learning for Life, a subsidiary organization of the Westchester-Putnam Council, Boy Scouts of More...

The Salvation Army Honors Three County Residents

Kevin A. Bailey of Mahopac will be honored by The Salvation Army at their Annual Putnam County Advisory Board Recognition Dinner held at Sciortino More...

NYS Record High Seat Belt Use Recorded Again

NY State Police Superintendent James W. McMahon announced that average statewide safety belt use was measured at 86 percent, establishing a record high for the second time this year. More...

Reliving The Revolution At Bear Mountain

"Twin Forts Day" - March through the Highlands on Saturday and Sunday, October 14 and 15 with the Loyalists and Patriots of the American Revolution, led by an authentic Revolutionary War Fife and Drum Corps, to the History Museum for flag r More...

New York State Receives National Recognition For Its Websites New York receives several honors for its online government information services

Governor Pataki announced last week that New York More...

Household Hazardous Waste Cleanup Day Coming

The Putnam County Department of Health is sponsoring a free Household Hazardous Waste Cleanup Day scheduled for Saturday October 21 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (rain or shine) at the Fahnestock State Park Canopus Beach Parking Lot, Route 301 (near the Ta More...

Philipstown Town Board Sets Agenda For Monthly Meeting

The Town Board of the Town of Philipstown will hold their regular monthly at 8 pm on October 5th at Town Hall. The tentative agenda follows: More...

Linda Schmitt Heads Philipstown Republicans

At a special meeting of the Philipstown Republican Committee Monday (September 25), Linda Schmitt of Cold Spring was elected Chairperson. More...

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