July 13, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Anita Prentice Assumes Presidency and Fran DiSarro Vice Presidency of Garrison Board of Education

New trustees Cannon and Swinburne start to impact Board

Anita Prentice and Fran DiSarro were both unanimously elected to the Presidency and the Vice Presidency, respectively, of the Garrison Board of Education during the July 6, 2005 reorganization meeting. More...

West Point Foundry Tours to Showcase Blast Furnace and 1865 Office Building

Scenic Hudson and Michigan Technological University will host two "Days at the Foundry" on Saturday, July 16, and Sunday, July 17, from 10 am - 3 pm (rain or shine). More...

Philipstown Blood Donations Are Urgently Needed

The heat wave continues and the community blood supply is dwindling. Donations are now critically needed to replenish our weakened blood supply. More...

Schools

Empire State College’s Graduate Program to Hold Information Session

Empire State College, of the State University of New York, will hold a public information session about its Master of Arts in Teaching program on Monday, July 18 at 6 pm at its Hudson Valley Center, 200 North Central Avenue, Hartsdale. More...

Nice Care Workshop Kids Move on to Kindergarten

Front: Keifer Convertino, Campbell Ives, Hudson Gell, Caroline DiSarro, Yunus Solakoglu, Desi Young Back: Max Mormar, Rose L. McDonnell, Austin Jandruco, Lucinda Strol , James Green. Not pictured: Olivia Sterling. More...

Haldane Elementary Announces Students with Perfect Attendance

Maggie Davis, Principal of Haldane Elementary School, is pleased and proud to announce the names of students who had perfect attendance for the 2004-2005 school year: Salvatore Baisley, Nicholas D More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Mary T. Critell

Mary T. Critelli, a 74 year area resident passed away at her home in Nelsonville early Saturday morning, July 12th. She was 91 years old. Born in Kingston on December 16, 1913 she was the daughter of the Late Carmino and Josephine (Turco) Naccarato. More...

Briefly Noted

Richard Rohr to Speak at Graymoor

On Saturday, July 16, the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement will host Fr. Richard Rohr, OFM who will talk on men and grief. More...

Local Churches to Hold Vacation Bible School

The Baptist Church and the United Methodist Churches of Cold Spring and South Highland will hold a Vacation Bible School at the Cold Spring United Methodist Church, Monday through Thursday, August 1 More...

Franciscan Friars Hold Monthly Prayer Meeting

The Franciscan Friars of the Atonement are hosting a Monthly Prayer Meeting on the second Sunday of every month at 2 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend. More...

Legislators Say They are Ready for Court Battle over Sheriff’s Positions

Vacancy Resolution passes 5 to 3 despite threat of veto

Putnam County Legislators threw down the gauntlet last week, when in a 5 to 3 vote (Arne Nordstrom was absent) they approved a resolution taking away some of County Executive Robert Bondi More...

Housing in Putnam Valley - Affordable and Otherwise, the Public Has Its Say Next Wednesday

Jan Johannessen, Town Planner with "The Chazen Companies" delivered the final draft of the comprehensive "Master Plan Amendment/Housing Plan" to the Putnam Valley Town Board on May 31, 2005. More...

Joseph Curto, Jr. Elected President of Haldane Board of Education; Mike Junjulas Reelected Vice President

Board considers web-based access system to communicate with parents

The July 7 Reorganization meeting of the Haldane Board of Education saw the unanimous elections of both Joe Curto, Jr. as President and the reelection of Mike Junjulas as Vice President. More...

Mackay Elected President and Cohen Vice President of the Putnam Valley Board of Education

Teachers

A small audience, comprised mostly of Putnam Valley school administrative staff and teachers, attended the July 7 Putnam Valley Board of Education reorganization meeting, which was then followed by a business meeting. More...

Galef Schedules Forum on Long-Term Health Insurance and End-Of-Life Choices

State Assemblywoman Sandy Galef is holding a public forum to unveil New York State More...

PUBLIC NOTICE

Cold Spring Village reminds residents that it is illegal to store unlicensed vehicles within the village limits, subject to a fine (Section 134-18 sub.2 of the Village Code). More...

Letters to the Editor

Time Flies When We’re Losing Our Voting Rights

We must act quickly to ensure our votes will be counted accurately on Election Day 2006 and forward. We owe it to our democracy to make ourselves part of that decision-making process. More...

Old Lumber Yard Should Be New Waterfront Park

Editor,

To maximize aesthetic and community value, Cold Spring should use eminent domain to turn the old lumber yard into waterfront parkland. As part of the project, West Street could then be moved from its present location to the north east. More...

Reader Proposes Candidate for Supreme Court

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Births

Sophia Ann Vecchiariello

Putnam Valley parent Kimberly and Vincent Vecchiariello announce the birth of their daughter Sophia Ann at Hudson Valley Hospital on June 8th. More...

Thomas Gage Knudsen

On June 9th Thomas Gage was born to proud parents Kimberly and Robert Knudsen of Wappingers Falls. Maternal grandparents are Gary and Jean Brennen of Cortlandt Manor. Paternal grandparents are Robert and Lenore Knudsen of Lake Peekskill. More...

Sports News

O’Neill High Announces Sports Physicals

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Cold Spring Lions Club Yankees Win Little League Championship

The Philipstown Little League Yankees, sponsored by the Cold Spring Lions Club, finished the 2005 season, winning the championship for the eighth time in the last twelve seasons. More...

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