May 6, 2010 RSS feed / Around the County

CARMEL

HS talent shines at art show

Visitors to Carmel High School thought they were entering the Metropolitan Museum of Art due to the professionalism and maturity of the original art pieces. More...

Civics

Upcoming Meetings

THURSDAY, MAY 6 Carmel Recreation & Parks Advisory Committee - 7:30pm - Sycamore Park Southeast Town Board Work Session - 7:30pm - Town Hall Town of Kent Planning Board - 7:30pm - Town Hall MONDAY, MAY 10 Southeast Planning Board - 7:30pm WEDNESD More...

Getting fishy at PQ Elementary

Things got a little fishy at the North Salem Pequenakonck (PQ) Elementary School. More...

Cub Scouts celebrate 100th anniversary of scouting

The Putnam Veterans Memorial Park was filled with blue and gold last Saturday. More...

The ARTS Agenda

Here are some great picks in and around Putnam County to add to your May calendar: DANCE ON CAMERA film series, May 7-13. More...

The ‘Keeper of the Keys’ Passes Along the Baton

Joyce Montague has been affectionately called the “keeper of the keys!” For 20 years, Joyce served as confidential secretary to both Sheriff Don Smith and former Sheriff Robert Thoubboron and for 10 years prior to that she was employed More...

KENT

Going batty?

A team effort between students at the Carmel Middle School and members of the Putnam County Land Trust has resulted in the installation of bat houses on property along Ludingtonville Road in Kent. More...

SOUTHEAsT

DeCicco Market is coming

One of the region’s leading supermarket chains specializing in a variety of food products is coming to Putnam County. More...

Alexis Hassiak wins study abroad scholarship

Alexis Hassiak can’t wait for fall. More...

Youth Called “Extremely Lucky”

Frank Dascoli must have had the Good Lord riding with him Monday when he lost control of his ATV and plowed into a utility pole. The Brewster High School student was riding in Putnam Lake when the crash occurred around 2pm. More...

Out and About

Bruce Cohen, owner, Complete Landscaping, ready to work! More...

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Weekly Quotation

“The first day of spring is one thing,and the first spring day is another. The difference between them is sometimes as great as a month.” Henry Van Dyke