February 22, 2006 RSS feed / Briefly Noted

IRS Educates About Taxes On Early Distributions From Retirement Plans

Payments that you receive from your IRA or qualified retirement plan before you reach age 59 More...

IRS Offers Toll-Free Help

Free tax help from the IRS is just a phone call away. The IRS provides various services through its toll-free telephone numbers. Some of these services are available 24 hours a day. More...

Hudson Highlands Land Trust Successful in 2005

Annual Report Shows Growth, Many New Initiatives

The Hudson Highlands Land Trust approached an impressive milestone in 2005: it has conserved nearly 1,000 acres in the Highlands since its founding in 1989. More...

Women’s Resource Center Hosts 8th Annual Cablethon

Guide Communications Regional Sales Manager, Nan Ernst, Serves as Cablethon Producer

The Putnam/Northern Westchester Women More...

Cold Spring/Garrison Chamber Mixer Was a Success

Annual awards dinner scheduled for March 16th

The Cold Spring/Garrison Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its second networking meeting of the year on Thursday, February 16, 2006. More...

Cold Spring’s Tony Cutaia Celebrated His 93rd Year

On February 14, 2006 Tony Cutaia was honored on his 93rd birthday. Fifteen of his Cold Spring Boat club buddies, members of " God More...

Youth Arrested for Assault on Fellow Student

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports the February 14, 2006 arrest of a Town of Patterson youth after he allegedly assaulted a fellow student. More...

Galef Backs Consumer Credit Freezes And Security Alerts to Prevent Identity Theft

Assemblywoman Sandy Galef is working to prevent identity theft in New York by proposing Assembly Bill 7165, same as Senate Bill 2950-A, which would allow consumers to protect their credit information before it is too late. More...

DEP to Conduct Aerial Survey of Deer in Kensico Basin

Commissioner Emily Lloyd of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced today that within the next two weeks the DEP is going to conduct an aerial survey of the deer population in the area surrounding the Kensico Reservoi More...

Mahopac Man Arrested for Petit Larceny

On February 15, 2006 a Town of Carmel resident was arrested on a charge of Petit Larceny. The arrest of Thomas Dazi, 62, of Mahopac, was the result of a prior investigation. More...

Putnam Residents Can Save Up to 50 Percent on Prescription Medications by Using Westchester Rx

Putnam County residents are now eligible to participate in a new discount drug card program developed by Westchester County and LibertyCareRx, based in Buffalo, New York. More...

Temple Beth-El Center for Jewish Learning to Hold Winter Classes

The Center for Jewish Learning winter session at Temple Beth-El began adult education courses on Tuesday evening February 21st at 7:30pm. More...

St. Andrew’s to Hold Armed Services Sunday

St. Andrew More...

Franciscan Friars of The Atonement Sponsor Men’s Spirituality Retreat

A weekend retreat, designed by and for men seeking to deepen their spiritual lives and their relationship with God, will take place from March 3 through March 5 at the Graymoor Spiritual Life Center in Garrison. More...

IRS Explains Deferral of Back Taxes for Military Services

Reservists called to active duty and enlistees in the armed forces may qualify for a deferral of taxes owed if they can show that their ability to pay taxes was affected by their military service. More...

Builders Association to Host 24th Annual Trade Show

It started as a simple table top display of local products and services and has now grown to a premier showcase for the residential building contractor and all affiliated services. More...

Franciscan Friars of The Atonement Display the Works of Local Artists

Pictured is one of Kathy Daley More...

Cold Spring Economic Development Council Marketing Committee Reports

The Marketing Committee of the newly-formed Cold Spring Economic Development Council has met for the past two weeks with Marshall Mermell from Marketing Works. More...

Damage to Homes, Businesses and Vehicles from Last Weekend’s Snowstorm Covered by Insurance

As Hudson Valley residents put White Out of 2006 behind them, the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.) reminds us to check personal property for damage from melting ice and snow and to review insurance policies for covered damages. More...

Senior Menu

Cold Spring Friendship Center - 265-3952
Putnam Valley Friendship Center - 528-2662

Thursday - Soup, Pepper Steak, fruited rice pilaf, spinach, pears. More...

Learn How to Fish at 4-H Clinic

The Putnam County Veterans Memorial Park, Gipsy Trail Road, Carmel will be the site of the Annual 4-H Fishing Clinic cosponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension and the Oasis Sportsmen More...

Youth Steals Mother’s Check and Stages Burglary to Cover Up Theft

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports the February 14, 2006 arrest of 18 year old Gilbert Vaquera ofPutnam Valley, on charges of larceny and making a false statement. More...

Putnam County Executive Bob Bondi Announces Candidates for MTA Board

Putnam County Executive Bob Bondi announced the three finalists that he will be recommending to Governor Pataki to fill the vacancy on the Metropolitan Transportation Association Board. More...

Two Carmel Youth Arrested for Assault

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports the February 10, 2006 arrests of two Town of Carmel youths on assault charges. More...

Income from Foreign Sources Explained by IRS

Many United States citizens earn money from foreign sources. These taxpayers must remember that they must report all such income on their tax return, unless it is exempt under federal law. More...

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