May 26, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Brewster Youth Carry the Torch

Seven hundred fifty Special Olympians followed the organization’s motto last Saturday by “learning to be brave in the attempt.” The developmentally disabled and physically challenged men and women participated in the Special Olympic More...

Path Cleared for GOP’s Odell

Sweeny Says She’s not Running

The rumors have been put to rest! Alana Sweeny of Mahopac, wife of Putnam Senior Judge John Sweeny and the former Commissioner of the NYS Council on Children and Families under then-Gov. More...

General Stories

Economic Summit Discusses Jobs

State Senator Greg Ball believes that job growth is one of the Hudson Valley’s main objectives during the second decade of the 21st century. More...

Blasting Ordinance Ignites Discussion at Town Board Meeting

At its May 11 work session the Carmel Town Board voted in favor of adding two new laws to the town code that will address two of the biggest issues in the town. More...

Two DWIs in 30 Minutes

Two DWI arrests within a half hour of each other less than a mile apart were made by Carmel Police. Last week’s collars came at 11:30 pm and at 11:55 pm on Route 6 and along Fair Street, both in the hamlet of Carmel. More...

Enterprise

School Budget Votes Are a Sign New Approaches Are Needed

From The Chamber

On May 17, ninety-three percent of school budgets received passing grades from the voters, one of the highest approval rates in years. Mahopac’s wasn’t one of them. More...

Worship Services

Worship Services

CHUANG YEN MONASTERY2020 Rte 301, Carmel 845-228-4283/4288 baus.org bauscym@aol.com Sunday programs: 9-10am - Chanting and Meditation, 10-11am - Dharma Talk, 11am-12pm - Noon Book Discussion Group, Vegetari More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Robert J. Maloney of Patterson  Free Access 

Services Wednesday, Visitation Tuesday

Robert J. Maloney, age 81, a resident of Patterson, NY, died Wednesday, May 25, 2011 in Cortlandt Manor. Mr. Maloney was born in Manhattan on August 16, 1929, to John S. and Margaret (Morrisey) Maloney. More...

MaryAnn ‘Marion’ Stone of Lake Carmel  Free Access 

Services on June 6

MaryAnn “Marion” Stone 84, of Lake Carmel, NY, passed away on May 25, 2011 at Putnam Hospital Center. More...

Deborah A. Daniello of Pawling  Free Access 

Visitation, Prayers, on Thursday

Deborah A. Daniello, age 53, of Pawling, NY, died on Sunday, May 29, 2011 in Pawling. Ms. Daniello was born in Mt. Vernon, NY on December 14, 1957, to Richard and Marion (Frieary) Daniello. She graduated from Carmel High School in 1975. More...

11 Year Olds Accused of Firing BB Guns at Vehicles

Two 11-year-old Mahopac boys have a date in Putnam County Family Court next month for allegedly shooting BB guns at passing motorists. More...

Mahopac to Resubmit Defeated Budget June 21

There was standing room only at the Lakeview School auditorium in Mahopac Tuesday evening when more than 300 people gathered to hear the Mahopac Board of Education decide its next course of action following last week’s defeat of the district&rs More...

PLAGUE in Putnam— It’s Only a Drill

Putnam County became infected with pneumonic plague, but this was only a drill. More...

Around the County

Curtin Fundraiser a Big Success

At the recent Putnam County fundraiser for Lance Corporal John Curtin at the Carmel VFW, more than 200 people from Dutchess, Putnam, and Westchester Counties attended, with all proceeds going to LCpl Curtin and his family for medical and travel expen More...

Hospital Career was ‘Too Good To Be True’

Pat Varveri walked out of Putnam Hospital Center for the final time last week as the medical institution’s Community Health Educator but the 38- year employee has promised to return. More...

Broccoli, Beets and Baseball at the Library

Gardening For a Second Season Crop More...

Sports

Mahopac Tops Carmel, Falls to Foxes in Tantalos Tourney

Rams Beat Greeley, Lose to Jay

MAHOPAC — With regular-season play coming to a close, both the Mahopac and Carmel High baseball teams played plenty of baseball this weekend. More...

Indians Advance To Sectional Finals For First Time Since 2005

MAHOPAC—It’s been six years since the Mahopac High boys lacrosse team has been to the sectional finals, but thanks to a pair of wins this week, the number-two-seeded Indians are back. More...

Bears Give No. 1 Foxes All They Can Handle in 14-13 Setback

Fox Lane scores in final 29 seconds to deny Brewster trip to final

BREWSTER—The No. 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