March 3, 2011 RSS feed / General Stories

Ax-Wielding Armed Robbery Reported in Carmel

Police are asking the public for its assistance this week in finding an axwielding man wanted for the armed robbery of a service station and convenience store in downtown Carmel.  More...

Tony Hay to Run for Southeast Supervisor

The senior member of the Putnam Legislature wants to bring his leadership to Southeast government.  Tony Hay, who has served for 18 years as a member of the county legislature, announced Sunday his intention to challenge Southeast Supervisor Mic More...

Putnam Lake Woman Hits Child Exiting School Bus

Each day more than 50,000 incidents of motorists passing stopped and loading school buses are reported throughout New York State. More...

Carmel Unveils Plans for 9/11 Memorial

Carmel Supervisor Ken Schmitt unveiled plans to the public at last week’s town board workshop meeting to have a memorial constructed in front of town hall that would commemorate the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.  More...

Woman Described as ‘Super-Drunk’ Faces Felony Charges

Police News

A Yorktown woman who police allege was driving her car with a blood alcohol level of more than five times the legal limit for intoxication is facing felony charges following a property damage crash in Mahopac.  More...

Connections Sought Between Arson Fires in Brewster and Danbury

Law enforcement authorities in New York and Connecticut are investigating three arson fires at the same time less than three miles apart.  More...

Flying Ice Injures Putnam Lake Woman in Connecticut

Saturday afternoon, a large chunk of ice flying from the roof of a trailer smashed through the windshield of a Buick sedan, lacerating the driver’s face and head.  Connecticut State Police said Linda Rutherford, 69, of Putnam Lake was take More...

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