April 15, 2010 RSS feed / General Stories

Putnam Lawmakers Call on NYS to Restrict Phosphorus in Household Supplies

“It’s more than fish!” is how Putnam Legislature Chairman Vincent Tamagna described the county’s concern relating to phosphorus in household cleaning products and lawn fertilizers. More...

The Fascinating Plant with the Not-so-Pretty Name

Week of 4/ 12/I t ’s t rue that the term “skunk cabbage” is hardly enticing. And, if you already know that the plant got its name because it can emit a pungent odor, you may be even less interested in knowing mor e about it. More...

Rooney Seeks Reelection

Putnam County Judge James Rooney will be seeking reelection to a second 10- year term in November. More...

Alleged Long Island Drug Dealer Arrested in Carmel

A seven-month-long investigation into illegal cocaine trafficking in downtown Carmel has led to the arrest of a Long Island man on felony charges of criminal sale and criminal possession of controlled substances. More...

Angiography Suite Opens at Putnam Hospital Center

A recent ribbon cutting ceremony celebrated the opening of the new Angiography Suite in the Radiology Department at Putnam Hospital Center (PHC) in Carmel. More...

Taxpayers Fund Putnam Visitors Bureau

Putnam will be kicking in $73,000 to the county’s Visitors Bureau despite Albany refusing to provide any matching funds through its I Love New York campaign. More...

Putnam Polish Community Mourns Crash victims

Members of the Putnam Polish- American community packed St. More...

Putnam Youth Forum Set for Monday

The power of youth will be demonstrated Monday, April 19, during Putnam County’s 16th annual Youth Forum. More...

Amy Sayegh Honored for Community Contributions

Mahopac’s Amy Sayegh and the organization she founded, Putnam Community Cares, were selected by Support Connection, Inc., a notfor profit organization that provides free, confidential services to those affected by breast and ovarian cancer as More...

Legislature Makes Appointments

The Putnam Legislature has appointed residents of Carmel, Patterson, and Garrison to non-salaried advisory positions. 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