July 22, 2010 RSS feed / General Stories

SURVEYING THE COUNTY

What is the Most Important Issue Facing Putnam?

I n a survey conducted recently by pollster Kieran Mahoney for the Courier and its sister newspaper, the Putnam County News & Recorder, Putnam resid ents were asked what is the most important issue facing the county. More...

More Details Emerge About Federal Subpoena

The United States District Court for the Southern District of New York issued a subpoena to the Town of Patterson commanding the deliverance of "all records maintained by the building, zoning, and planning departments" relating to the home of New Yo More...

Putnam Family and Community Services is Tops in New York

Putnam Family and Community Services has reached a new plateau in its proud 13 year history by being named as New York State’s most progressive mental health service provider by the NYS Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services. More...

PHC Volunteers Added to the Wall of Honor

At Putnam Hospital Center’s recent volunteer recognition luncheon, it was announced that two volunteers—Peggy Wandzilak (left) and Rose McQuade (right) have had their names added to the hospital’s permanent Volunteers Wall of Honor More...

CAP Motorcycle Run for HOPE Will Take Place on Sunday

Busy times are taking place at the Putnam Community Action Program (CAP) this summer. More...

Putnam to Investigate Court Consolidation

Putnam lawmakers will be forwarding a letter to the Office of Court Administration next week asking for a waiver and enabling legislation allowing local courts to utilize Putnam's new county courthouse facility in Carmel. More...

‘Constitution Island’ Daylilies on Sale at Garden Day

The Constitution Island Associat ion will offer 100 “Constitution Island” daylilies for sale to comm rate the 40th anniversary of their creation. 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