November 14, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Volunteers Transforming Nelsonville’s Fish and Fur Club Bldg

Although Nelsonville is a small Village, when there is job to be done, volunteers always seem to turn out. More...

Cold Spring Water System Enters Drought Conditions

Mayor Anthony Phillips has announced that a drought emergency exists for the water district serving the villages of Cold Spring & Nelsonville. Effective immediately, all nonessential use of water is prohibited, including outdoor use. More...

PV School Board Supports Reading Initiatives, But…

Wants administrators to have "sense of urgency" about results More...

Schools

A Community Connection: Putnam Valley High School Students Make A Difference At Senior Center

They were dismissed at 11:15am for parent/teacher conferences, but instead of spending the free time enjoying the sunny fall day, a large group of Putnam Valley High School students decided to make a difference at Putnam Valley Senior Center. More...

BOCES Students Get A Birds-Eye View Of The Law

Government students from The Tech Center at Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES (Board of Cooperative Educational Services) had the opportunity to see the Westchester County legal system in action last month by sitting in on a murder trial and conversi More...

Area Students Attend Syracuse University

Martin Gjelaj of Putnam Valley has enrolled at Syracuse University for the 2001-02 academic year. Gjelaj is enrolled in SU More...

Briefly Noted

IRS Is Seeking Tax Volunteers

The IRS is seeking volunteers and volunteer site locations for its Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) programs in the Upstate New York Area. More...

Jim Witt Speaks On This Winter’s Weather Forcast At The White House

Dr. Lawrence B. Lindsey, Chief Economic Advisor to President George W. Bush and Director of the National Economic Council invited Mr. James Witt of Cold Spring, N.Y. to speak at the White House on November 8, 2001. More...

AARP Meeting

The next regular meeting of the Cold Spring-Philipstown AARP is on Tuesday, November 20th, at the VFW Hall on Kemble Ave., at 1pm. Ms. Marion Hayes is prepared to resolve any problems you may have with Medicare. All seniors are welcome. More...

New Tax Assessor Seeks "Equality And Fairness" In 100 Percent Revaluation

by Edward Paul Greiff More...

Trimming Continues On Town’s 2002 Budget Final budget to be presented on Monday, November 19

Philipstown Supervisor Bill Mazzuca and the other Town Council members continue to chip away at the Town More...

County Establishes Bureau Of Emergency Services Legislature revisits County salary increases

Last Tuesday, November 7, the Putnam County Legislature added a chapter to the County charter that officially established the Bureau of Emergency Services, by creating a position entitled "Commissioner of the Bureau of Emergency Services." More...

Auditors Give Annual Report On Garrison School Finances Management advisory group will review business office

The Garrison Union Free School More...

Grant Sought To Fund Major Renovation of Philipstown’s Depot Theatre

A major upgrade and renovation is planned for the historic Depot Theatre in Garrison, and the Town of Philipstown has agreed to administer an $810,000 grant request for funding the improvements. More...

Letters to the Editor

Sympathies Extended To Dr. Di Natale

Editor, More...

Has Strong Confidence In Superintendent Of Garrison School Dear Editor,

As Mrs. Portman-Laux insists on burdening Philipstown at large with her personal, petty and libelous opinions, I feel compelled to strongly affirm my confidence in Dr. More...

Training Flights Are Burden To Bear

Penny Millar of Cold Spring writes (Letters, Oct. 31) that she is upset that low-flying military aircraft recently disturbed a quiet autumn idyll in her backyard. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Rita Catalinotto

Mrs. Rita Anna Catalinotto, 86, long-time Cold Spring resident, now of Frederick, MD, died Sunday morning, November 11, 2001 at Frederick Memorial Hospital. She was the wife of the late Salvatore Catalinotto for 62 years. More...

Jane B. Huff

Jane B. Huff, age 75, died on Sunday, November 11, 2001 at her home in Greenville, North Carolina. A memorial service was held on Tuesday, November 13 at the Memorial Baptist Church in Greenville. More...

Albert Joseph Yannitelli

Albert Joseph Yannitelli, age 85 of Garrison, NY died on Saturday, November 10, 2001 in Fairfax, Virginia. Born in Garrison, NY on December 20, 1915, he was the son of the late Donato A. and Gelsamina (Venaruso) Yannitelli. More...

Sports News

Garrison Boys Soccer Finish Winning Season

The Garrison Boys Soccer Team finished the season with a 5-4 record. The team showed excellent spirit and sportsmanship while showing progress in soccer skills and team play. More...

Haldane Soccer Ends Successful Season

The Haldane Varsity Soccer team has not always been the in the paper, has never won a section championship, and has not been recognized as a successful team at Haldane. However this all would change as the team began practice in August. More...

Philipstown Little League Giants Take First Place In Fall League

The Philipstown Little League Giants took first place in the Fishkill Fall Junior Division with a record of 10-1. The games were played in Fishkill and at scenic Mayor More...

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