June 11, 2009 RSS feed / General Stories

Birds of Prey Bring the Rich and Famous to Putnam County

Talk about a happening! The Green Chimneys campus attracted more than 6,000 people Sunday when the residential school and wildlife sanctuary celebrated Putnam County's 17th annual Wings and a Prayer: Birds of Prey Day. More...

Gov's Chef to Discuss Backyard Farming

Interested in knowing about Governor David Paterson's favorite recipes? What does the state's chief executive enjoy most for dinner? More...

Legislature Mulls Expanding Jail Capacity For Female Inmates

Smith Hails Proposal for Allowing Putnam to House Other Female Perps, Raise Revenue

A dramatic increase of female inmates at the county jail has prompted members of the Putnam Legislature to begin thinking about jail expansion. More...

Legislature Confirms New Appointments

Appointments to various committees, boards, and advisory agencies are normally made at the beginning of a new year. More...

County Bar Association Honors Justice O'Rourke

On Thursday June 4th, at The Garrison, overlooking the beautiful Hudson River, more than 75 attorneys and court personnel attended the Putnam County Bar Association Annual Dinner to celebrate the distinguished career of Putnam Supreme Court Justice More...

New Shuttle Service Comes to Southeast

A new weekday shuttle service to the Metro-North Southeast Railroad Station got underway Monday with a ribbon-tying ceremony that attracted officials from both New York and Connecticut to Putnam County. More...

Police News

Weapons Cache in Brewster Car When appearing in Brewster Village Court later this month, a 20-year-old Southeast man has some explaining to do as to why he was in the possession of an assortment of dangerous weapons. More...

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“What is written is written and the finger of time having writ moves on.” ~The Cold Spring Recorder, Dec. 10, 1937