March 28, 2001 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

Lenten Service At St. Philip’s To Highlight Habitat For Humanity Project In Beacon

There will be a special presentation on the Habitat for Humanity building project currently underway in Beacon at the Community Lenten Service at St. Philip More...

Nationally Renowned Millennium Exhibit Coming to Newburgh

In conjunction with the Grand Opening of the Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum, located at 94 Broadway, across from City Hall in the City of Newburgh, will be the nationally recognized Millennium Exhibit. More...

Governor Announces $1 Million For Abandoned Infant Law

Governor Pataki has announced that the State will invest an additional $1 million to support the Abandoned Infant Protection Act, signed into law last year to protect newborn children who are at risk of abandonment. More...

Share Spring Break With An Exchange Student

World Exchange, a Putnam Valley based non-profit intercultural program, is looking for host families to welcome thirty French high school exchange students into their homes April 8th-18th. More...

Planned Parenthood Offers Free Pap Tests During Week Of April 17

As part of a nationwide effort to encourage women to devote time to their health, women in four suburban New York counties will be able to receive an essential screening procedure free of charge during a week in April. More...

Deal With Mosquitoes - Apply Pesticides Safely - Learn Ecological Lawn Care.

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Putnam County continues its More...

Apprentice Programs Seeking Recruits

Two Unions in the Hudson Valley are opening up their recruitment efforts to local residents. More...

Turner Graduates US Coast Guard Training Center

Coast Guard Fireman Apprentice Franklin K. Turner, son of Cynthia Turner of Carmel and Frank Turner of Putnam Valley, recently graduated from the US Coast Guard Recruit Training Center in Cape May, NJ and was promoted to his present rank. More...

Archer Receives Marine Corps’ Letter Of Appreciation

Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Peter H. More...

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Yorktown Man Arrested On DWI, Other Charges After Accident In Putnam Valley

On March 23, Gerald Pocock, age 21, of Yorktown, NY, was arrested for driving while intoxicated, driving while abilities impaired by drugs, criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 7th degree, all misdemeanors; and unlawful possession of More...

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First Presbyterian Church To Pray For Needs Of The Community, April 8th

On Palm Sunday, April 8, 2001, the First Presbyterian congregation will be returning to the sanctuary following their regular service to pray for the needs of the community. More...

John P. Eaton To Speak

On The Titanic At St. Mary More...

March 28th Ecumenical Lenten Service At Cold Spring UMC

The churches of the Philipstown will hold the fourth ecumenical service of Lent today, March 28, at 7:30pm at the Cold Spring United Methodist Church, on the corner of Orchard and Main Streets. The Rev. Douglas Osgood, Pastor, will preach. More...

Putnam Child Advocacy Center Marking Child Abuse Prevention Month With Teddy Bear Collection

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. More...

Philipstown Community Planning Forum Will Be A Casual Weekend Affair

What do you like most about Philipstown? When you picture Philipstown in twenty years, what do you want to see? What is the most important issue facing our town? More...

Congresswoman Kelly To Be Keynote Speaker At Brewster Memorial Day Services

Veterans of Foreign Wars Brewster Post #672 announces that the Annual Memorial Day Parade and Service will be held on Monday May 29th, 2001. More...

Manitoga To Open Weekends Starting April 1st

Manitoga will resume weekend visiting hours on Sunday, April 1st. Each year we feel a reawakening as spring approaches after the long winter. We welcome visitors to come and enjoy the beauty of Manitoga More...

Robert C. Lusardi Is Named A Partner At Daniels And Porco, LLP

Robert C. Lusardi, an attorney with more than twenty years of experience in civil and criminal litigation, has been named a partner at Daniels and Porco, LLP. More...

Small Cities Grants Applications Deadline Approaching

All applications for New York More...

American Cancer Society Plans Second Annual Relay For Life

The American Cancer Society More...

Arthritis Foundation Seeks Marathon Participants

The Hudson Valley Branch of the Arthritis Foundation is recruiting novice and seasoned athletes for their Joints In Motion training teams. More...

Nelsonville Clearys Go To Washington

In celebration of St. More...

West./Put. Sons Of American Revolution To Hold Ceremonies At Patriots’ Graves

The Westchester/Putnam Chapter Sons of the American Revolution will place its bronze insignia at the graves of Patriots Peter Robinson, Thomas Davenport and Samuel Towner. More...

St. Philip’s Nursery School Plans Annual White Elephant/Bake Sale

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Free Mental Health Information From Put. Co. Mental Health Assoc.

The Mental Health Association in Putnam County, Inc (MHA), through a grant from the Gannett Foundation, will offer a free brochure each week on a different mental health topic. More...

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Vassar Bros. To Sponsor BLS Certification/Renewal Classes

Vassar Brothers Hospital will hold a Basic Life Support Certification Class and two Renewal Classes for the month of April. More...

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Talk of the Town

...Happy Anniversary to Sylvia and Teddy Lyons, who celebrated their 38th Anniversary on March 25th. More...

Alexandra Gunn Featured In Staley/Gretzinger Fashion Show March 31st

Alexandra Gunn, a junior at Haldane High School, will be featured in this Saturday More...

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