June 17, 2010 RSS feed / General Stories

Military Service Academy Appointees Recognized

Three graduating seniors from Brewster, Carmel, and Mahopac were joined by three others from Pawling who all received special commendations after being accepted to attend our nation’s military service academies this fall. More...

Red Cross Volunteers Prepare for Disaster

The scenario was frightening: A massive flood caused by days of torrential rains has deluged Putnam County overflowing streams, reservoirs, and lakes— forcing scores of people from their homes. More...

Helping Hands at Wells Park

Spectra Energy wants to be a good neighbor. More...

Putnam Parties in Style

Happy Birthday Putnam County! More...

Putnam Ranks Third Statewide for ’09 Residential Foreclosures

Here’s a statistic that Putnam isn’t proud of! More...

Deceased White Plains Police Officer Had Putnam Roots

White Plains Police Detective Michael Perry, who suffered a fatal heart attack while pursuing a criminal last weekend had roots in Putnam County. More...

Curves of Mahopac Cuts the Ribbon

On Monday, June 14, the Mahopac Curves facility marked its recent relocation with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Joan Serrecchia shared her remarks with the COURIeR as she celebrated their arrival. More...

Postpartum Depression Rises

The disturbing news that the incidence of postpartum depression is on the increase in Putnam was brought to members of the Putnam Legislature’s Health Committee last week by Commissioner of Health Dr. More...

Hit and Run Crash Damages Railroad Bridge

An old railroad bridge was knocked off its foundation by a large vehicle that fled the scene. The bizarre incident took place last week on Route 164 at Bullet Hole Road in Patterson. A passerby noticed the bridge hanging and called 911. More...

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"Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful." ~Norman Vincent Peale