August 19, 2010 RSS feed / Around the County

Attorney Posner Will Pay for ‘Bad Taste,’ Thievery

A former highly respected and prominent attorney from Patterson will be calling the New York State Department of Corrections home for the next five to 15 years. More...

Board Discusses Loss of State Aid and Tax Levies

BREWSTER BOARD OF ED

The Brewster Board of Education opened this past Tuesday with impassioned oratory from Board of Education president, Dr. Stephen Jambor emphasizing the district’s fiscal responsibility. More...

Last Chance to See PAC’s ‘Back 2 School’ Exhibit

Now is the last chance to view the creative spirit of Putnam Arts Council instructors and their adult students. More...

Out & About

Leon & Kathy DiMartino of Lake Carmel attending a free seminar that they read about in the COURIER. More...

Dunn, the Dog-Saving Deputy, Goes to Jail, Awaits Another Trial

Former Deputy Sheriff Barbara Dunn will be calling the Putnam Correctional Facility home for the next four months following sentencing Monday in Putnam County Court. More...

DID YOU HEAR?

Danbury Railway Museum ... Has train rides in its six acre rail yard on weekends, this includes a ride on our operating turntable. Danbury Railway Museum, 120 White Street, Danbury. 203-778-8337 More...

Board Takes Aim at Bullet Hole Road Property

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Woman Injured in Southeast Crash

A single car crash on Old Route 6 in Southeast sent a woman to Putnam Hospital Center. More...

Board of Ed Receives Barrage of Criticism

CARMEL BOARD OF EDUCATION

An open session at the beginning of the August 17 Carmel Board of Education meeting featured a barrage of criticism at the school board due to a lost transcript, perceived poor communication, and other matters. More...

Future Firefighters Train During Putnam Explorer’s Weekend

More than 150 future firefighters, young men and women age 14 through 18, converged on Veterans Memorial Park in Kent for what has become a summer tradition in Putnam County. More...

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