May 21, 2009 RSS feed / Columns

Plowing Over Putnam's Past in the Name of Progress?

A History of the Hill- Agor Farm

The Hill-Agor farm in Mahopac is one of many sites in Putnam that connects us to early American history. And for that reason it is a source of controversy. More...

Making Memorial Day Matter With a Trip to Danbury's Military Museum

With Memorial Day coming up, I thought it was appropriate to make this week's local adventure include a little military history. More...

Past and Present Can Work Together Despite the Naysayers

The Mahopac Sports Association has been involved with the acquisition of the Airport Property from the very beginning of a long, complicated process. More...

Bulldozing the Farm for Greedy Sports Programs

The Hill Farm is Putnam County's first farm, purchased from the native American Indians in about 1740. After the Revolutionary War, the farm became part of the precedent-setting United States Supreme Court case about property ownership. More...

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