June 24, 2010 RSS feed / General Stories

WIC Recognized as ‘One of the Best’

New York State Commissioner of Health Dr. Richard Danes visited Brewster and he liked what he observed. The state’s chief health official was a surprise guest last week at WIC Appreciation Day. More...

RR Sign Back After 47 Years

It was missing for 47 years but now a sign commemorating the former Lake Mahopac station on the Old Putnam Railroad has been installed. More...

Over 100 Parcels of Land on the Auction Block

More than 100 parcels of land including several homes were on the auction block Wednesday during Putnam County’s annual property sale for delinquent taxpayers. More...

Putnam’s Consummate Professional Moves On

A woman described as Putnam County’s “consummate professional” has moved on. More...

Board of Elect ions Relocates to Carmel

The Putnam County Board of Elections has relocated to new quarters in Carmel. The facility at 25 Old Route 6 adjacent to the Carmel Bowling Lanes contains 8,000 square feet of space more than quadruple the size of the former office in Southeast. More...

Green Chimneys Honors Paul Newman

The late actor Paul Newman had a love for education and a commitment to helping children by making their lives better and more fulfilled. During his late career, Newman founded several camps for critically ill boys and girls. More...

Black Bears Sighted in Stormville

Black bears have been spotted in the Stormville area and police are hoping the creatures will remain north of the Putnam-Dutchess line. More...

Brewster High School Class of 1935 Marks 75th Reunion

Six members of the Brewster High School Class of 1935 talked about the “good old days” and reminisced during a 75th anniversary dinner celebration sponsored by the Brewster Education Foundation. More...

Feet Ache? It Could Be Arthritis

“When feet hurt, a lot of people dismiss the pain,” says Putnam County Foot Specialist Dr. Alan Berman. They blame it on being on their feet too long or poor fitting shoes, he maintains. More...

Is Bigger Better for Business?

Cold Spring business owners skeptical of new mega-chamber of commerce

The local business community has long been represented by one of the oldest chambers of commerce in the Hudson River Valley—the Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce. 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