January 13, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Mahopac School District Faces Charges of Anti- Semitism

A family has brought charges of anti- Semitic discrimination against the Mahopac Central School District. More...

Ball, Cuomo Work to Cut Spending

After a recommendation from State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos (R), Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo has picked Senator Greg Ball to represent the upper chamber’s Republicans on the new 20-member Spending and Government Efficiency Commiss More...

General Stories

Town Board Organizes for 2011

The Carmel Town Board has organized for the New Year. More...

School Bus Staff Alerts Family to House Fire

This week two Carmel School District employees are being hailed as heroes for alerting a family that their house was on fire. More...

Say It, Don’t Spray It: Youth Charged With Damaging Middle School

Eric Gross An 18-year-old Carmel youth has some explaining to do when appearing in Carmel Town Court later this month following his arrest for allegedly damaging the Mahopac Middle School. More...

Enterprise

The Value of Good Networking Partners

From The Chamber

Are you feeling “snowed in” lately? The weather outside is frightful enough, but even on sunny days are enough customers walking in your doors to brighten your bottom line, or could you use some help in bringing them in? More...

Jury Selection Continues in Barbara Dunn Fraud Trial

Jury selection continues Friday in the case that will determine the innocence or guilt of former Deputy Sheriff Barbara Dunn. More...

Sports

Brewster Boys Power Past Carmel, Somers

Bonilla, Carmel’s Satlov earn game MVP honors at Putnam Challenge tourney

BASKETBALL BREWSTER 59 CARMEL 45 BREWSTER 59 Somers 46 More...

Peekskill Girls Hand Carmel First Loss of Season, 56- 45

Horne dominates as Rams spank Bears

BASKETBALL Peekskill 56 CARMEL 45 More...

Brewster Boys 2nd, Girls 4th, at League Championships

TRACK

BREWSTER- The Brewster track and field team has been very strong the past few years but knew this season would be a bit of a rebuilding stage for the program, so heading into the League 1-B championships at the NYC Armory on Sunday the coaching staff More...

Worship Services

Worship Services

Send information regarding worship services to courier@pcnr.com.Please put “WORSHIP” in the subject line. More...

Public Report Cards for Teachers?  Free Access 

On Monday, Supreme Court Justice Cynthia Kern ruled that the New York City Department of Education has an obligation, under the Freedom of Information Law, to release the performance rankings of its 12,000 teachers, according to the New York Post. More...

Let It Snow

Another blast from Old Man Winter! The season’s third snowstorm in as many weeks blanketed the county with 13 inches of powdery snow Wednesday closing schools, governmental offices and delaying the opening of many businesses. More...

St. John’s School to Close

For the second time in two years, a Putnam County parochial school will shut its doors. More...

Photo

Twenty- two years of chiefdom line up for a group photo at the Mahopac FD Installation dinner. More...

Around the County

County- wide Day of Service Honoring MLK

Marking the 25th Anniversary of the Federal King Holiday, The Volunteer Center of United Way is launching the first-ever county-wide Day of Service to honor the life and legacy of Dr. King, on Saturday, January 15, 2011. More...

Class of 1939 Holds Reunion

The Carmel High School graduating Class of 1939 had their 50th reunion in 1989 and have continued a yearly get together. More...

Gus Nickou’s Generosity Shines On Hospital

Constantine “Gus” Nickou wants to be remembered as a man who gives back to his community. More...

Cultural Events

Keeping the Dream Local

The Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison will present its 15th annual Martin Luther King Day observances, “Bringing the Dream Home: Civil Rights and the Hudson Valley” on Sunday evening, January 16 and Monday afternoon January 17. More...

Live Music Takeover

As far as the local scene goes, live music used to mean shouting over your dinner plate while a loud band offered some unwanted dinning ambience. Blame it on poor programming. More...

Columns

Let’s Play a Game. . .

Where in the County is The Courier?
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Sifting Through the Sands of Time

REMOVED AIRPLANE FROM HUDSON RIVER Crew of H.D. Levino Garage Spent Four Days on the Job But Were Successful. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

DIANE GAGLIARDI COLLINS

Diane Gagliardi Collins, 90, of Kent, passed away peacefully with family at her bedside in Leesburg, VA on January 7, 2011. She was born in New Rochelle, NY, on September 10, 1920. Diane was loved by her five sons, William T., Jr. More...

ARTHUR G. BENSON

Arthur G. Benson of Macedon, NY, formerly of Carmel, died on December 24, 2010, at age 83. More...

EVA M. LANGE

Eva M. Lange of Mahopac passed away on January 1, 2011, at her residence surrounded by her loving family, she was 78 years old. Miss Lange was an Office Manager for 62 years at the National Envelope Company in Long Island City, NY. 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