July 9, 2009 RSS feed / General Stories

Historians Begin Planning for Putnam Bicentennial

The New County Historian, Patricia Houser conducted her first Historian's Roundtable on June 30th, introducing herself to local preservation groups, historical societies, and appointed historians from Putnam. More...

2009 Eagle Scouts Honored

The Westchester-Putnam Council, Boy Scouts of America, recently honored the 2009 Eagle Scouts at a Recognition Dinner at The Women's Club, White Plains, NY. More...

Engagement

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rutledge Sr., of Rutledgedale, Pa., announce the engagement of their daughter, Joy Elizabeth, to Timothy Joseph Sohn, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Sohn, of Lake Carmel, N.Y. Ms. More...

Meetings

Identity Theft A representative from Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's office will be speaking at various locations in Northern Westchester and Putnam counties on the topic of identity theft. More...

Aided by the moon, fireworks light up the sky and the waters of Lake Carmel on July 4.

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Thai Golden Owner Seeks to Fill Stomachs and Minds

It's been a long journey for Suteya Monk, proprietor of Thai Golden, a Thai and Asian restaurant on Seminary Hill Road in Carmel. More...

Notables

• Winuk Communications, Inc., of Carmel is the recipient of three coveted national public relations awards for its 16-month PR campaign supporting the charitable initiative "a Journey for 9/11. More...

Inclined to Serve, Maher Opens Office in Carmel

Jennifer Maher is an amazing woman. More...

Cormorants Invade Carmel

Alfred Hitchcock thriller, The Birds. More...

CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS

• In "Preparing for the Worst, Team Trains for Disaster" (July 2), the following was omitted: The Putnam Bureau of Emergency Services under the direction of Commissioner Robert Mc- Mahon serves as an integral part of the Putnam Emergency Re More...

Manya Bouteneff Joins Brewster School Family

Welcome Manya Bouteneff! The career educator who has resided in countries around the globe began her new position last week in the Brewster School District as Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Personnel. More...

North Salem Students Set Sail Along the Hudson River

Something was fishy when North Salem School District boys and girls set sail along the Hudson. More...

Fourth of July in Cold Spring

On Saturday, July 4, the village of Cold Spring in Philipstown celebrated Community Day, which featured a Main Street parade and games and festivities on the banks of the Hudson River. More...

Announcements

More Money Now Available for Emergency Food and Shelter Putnam County was recently awarded an additional $9,758 in federal funds under FEMA's Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2 More...

Police News

Bomb Squad Finds Fireworks in House A huge cache of fireworks was seized by police during a pre-Fourth of July incident at a Mahopac home. More...

Try a Carmel Special at Arthur Avenue Deli II

The Arthur Avenue Deli is back on Fair Street in downtown Carmel. More...

Ciao DeBellis: Family Starts Another Eatery in Mahopac

Rocco DeBellis is at it again! The family whose name is synonymous with quality eating establishments at reasonable prices has opened a new venture on the site of a former ice cream venue on Route 6 at Cherry Lane in downtown Mahopac. More...

B&B Offers Hospitality Amid History

Pawling News Chronicle

Before she opened Pawling House, the town's only Bed and Breakfast, Barbara Lanman hadn't stayed at many B&Bs. More...

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“Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete. If you’re alive, it isn’t.” ~Lauren Bacall