July 15, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Dolan Visits Lake Carmel

The Most Reverend Timothy Michael Dolan, Archbishop of the Diocese of New York, celebrated Mass in Honor of Our Lady of Mt. More...

Imagination Station, RIP

Imagination Station of Kent, adored playground for anyone and everyone of the Kent-Carmel area, was built October 1990 and demolished on Wednesday, July 7, 2010. More...

General Stories

Karl Rohde Appointed as Putnam Historian

The man affectionately referred to as “Mr. Veteran” in Putnam County has been appointed as the county’s new historian. More...

Pit Bull Who Attacked Shih Tzu Put to Rest

On Monday the Mahopac pit bull, Milo, who seriously injured an 11-pound Shih Tzu, leading to its death, was put to rest. More...

Cancer Support Groups Meeting Throughout the Summer

Support Connection, Inc., a not-for profit organization that provides free, confidential support services for people affected by breast and ovarian cancer, offers a wide range of free support groups women with breast and ovarian cancer. More...

Enterprise

Mahopac Fire Department Parade

Thursday, July 8, 2010

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School News

Dean’s List

Michael McNulty of Patterson has been named to the Dean’s List at SUNY Cortland School of Arts and Sciences. Michael is majoring in Teaching More...

Back to School Drive Already Underway at CAP

Summer hasn’t even reached the midway point but officials at the Putnam Community Action Program (CAP) have already begun planning for back to school in September. More...

Announcement from George Fischer Middle School

Are you new to the area? More...

Editorials

WASHINGTON DISPATCHES

Keeping an Eye on Our Representatives in D.C.

Hall Says He’s Fighting Terror Congressman John Hall successfully introduced and supported legislation that passed recently in the House of Representatives. More...

Columns

What’s for Dinner?

Easy French Sauté Creates Heart-Healthy Recipe

Scallops are sautéed in hot canola oil, which can take the heat. (NAPS)—Sautéing, the number one cooking method in America, and canola oil offer a passport to success with global cuisines. More...

To the People of the State of New York:

FEDERALIST NO. 79 — “THE JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT”

To the People of the State of New York: More...

Sifting Through the Sands of Time

Courier Archives

Another Oil Conflagration More...

Worship Services

Worship Services

Send information regarding worship services to courier@pcnr.com. Please put “WORSHIP” in the subject line. ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 225 East Lake Blvd, Mahopac 845-628-2006 Saturday Vigil Mass. More...

‘Tsunami’ of Old Folks

Despite growing ranks of seniors, expensive Kent senior center is put on hold

The future of the new Kent Senior Center planned for Ludingtonville Road near the Putnam-Dutchess County line is in jeopardy now that significant funding from New York State may be lost. More...

Photo

Mahopac residents watch the old time fire truck roll along the route of the annual Mahopac Fire Department Parade on Thursday, July 8. See page 17 for more photographs. More...

Penalize Those Who House, Hire Illegals, Says Ball

Assemblyman Greg Ball has conceived a plan to combat what he describes as the “illegal housing and hiring practices in Putnam County associated with exploiting the illegal alien community.” More...

Farm Fun Forthcoming for 4-H Fairgoers

Summer is here and it’s time to plan all those great lazy, hazy days of fun, family time and warm weather opportunities that have eluded us during the long, cold winter. More...

Around the County

PATTERSON NEWS

Camper Airlifted Following Fall at Summer Camp

A boy attending Camp Herrlich in Patterson was airlifted to the Westchester Medical Center Monday following a freak mishap at the year-round facility along Deacon Smith Hill Road. More...

The BREWSTER STANDARD

Busted: Illegal Aliens Brought Down by Drug Deals

Already, July has seen three (count them, three) drug arrests for the distribution of cocaine in Brewster and Southeast’s public places. More...

Zumba Classes at The Brewster Public Library

Time to get fit and ready for summer! It's fun! It's fitness! It's ZUMBA! Zumba uses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves- a one-of-akind fitness program that will blow you away. More...

Cultural Events

‘Event Horizon’ Wins Library’s Battle of the Bands

“Event Horizon” won the Kent Public Library’s first annual Battle of the Bands held on Saturday, July 10. Eight local high school and college bands competed for the title of best band and a $300 gift certificate. More...

Preparing for the Annual 4-H Fair

Summer is here and it’s time to plan all those great lazy, hazy days of fun, family time and warm weather opportunities that have eluded us during the long, cold winter. More...

Sports

Annual Benefit Golf Outing

Partners with PARC will host its annual golf benefit on Wednesday, July 21, 2010, at the renowned Centennial Golf Club in Carmel. More...

Kent Sox Stay Hot, Pick Up Wins over Cortlandt, Stamford

College division team advances to playoffs

KENT—The Kent White Sox college division team (24U) picked two important wins last weekend - beating Cortlandt, 9-4, Sunday at Ryan Park, and edging Stamford, 1-0, Saturday at home - and advanced to this week’s playoffs. More...

Kent White Sox (12U) Continues to Excel

KENT—The Kent White Sox 12 and under baseball team started the summer off right by winning four of its first five games. This week they beat Bedford Hills, 10-8 and Lewisboro, 7-0 to keep their consistent play going. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

HELENA MARIE THOMAS

Helena Marie Thomas of Carmel, NY, died suddenly on Tues. July 6, 2010 in Carmel at the age of 64. 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