February 25, 2010 RSS feed / Around the County

Maple sugar and flapjack fun at Clearpool

Interested in learning about New York State history while at the same time sampling freshly made maple syrup? Why not plan on attending Clearpool Education Center’s second annual Maple Sugar and Flapjack Festival on March 13. More...

MAHOPAC

School raises $13,000 for Haitian relief

Thanks to a ten-day read-a-thon, students at Austin Road Elementary School read hundreds of books and raised more than $13,121 to send to UNICEF/Haiti Earthquake Relief. More...

BREWSTER

Library friends attend book sale workshop

On Wednesday, February 17, 2010, members from the Friends Group of the Brewster Public Library attended a Book Sale Workshop at the Mid-Hudson Library System in Poughkeepsie, presented by Rebekkah Smith Aldrich, Mid-Hudson Library System Coordinator. More...

Civics

Upcoming Meetings

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25 Southeast and Brewster: Joint Town and Village Meeting - 50 Main St. More...

NORTH SALEM

Fifth graders learn about refuse reduction

North Salem School District fifth graders couldn’t believe it! More...

KENT

Disabled residents safely evacuated from group home

Eight severely handicapped residents of a group home in Kent were safely evacuated after a blaze erupted inside the one-story structure. More...

FD gets tax dollars for equipment replacement

Outdated breathing apparatus and special wild land fire gear used by members of the Kent Volunteer Fire Department will be replaced this year thanks to $105,000 in federal funds secured by Congressman John Hall. More...

Cops continue to investigate brutal beating

A 50-year-old Kent man continues to improve from life threatening injuries received when he was viciously attacked at his residence. More...

CARMEL

Rotary Community Basketball Shootout Saturday

Carmel Rotarians are encouraging residents of Putnam County and vicinity to exercise while raising funds for their favorite non-for-profit organization. More...

‘Girls’ Nite Out’ benefits BHS driving programs

Ladies of all ages as well as their male counterparts are being encouraged to stop off at the Starr Ridge Banquet and Conference Center in Southeast tomorrow (Friday) by attending the “Girls’ Nite Out” fundraiser to benefit the Bre More...

SOUTHEAST

Signs of delay in Camarda’s State Line project

Paul Camarda’s State Line retail project for Route 6 in Brewster hit a speed bump at the Southeast Zoning Board this week. More...

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Weekly Quotation

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