June 23, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

9/11 Steel in Solemn Trek to Carmel

Police and fire personnel remember 9/11/01; steel from the fallen towers arrives at Carmel Town Hall in Mahopac More...

Investigation Into Snake Bite Death Continuing

Emergency responders entering a home in Putnam Lake last week couldn’t believe their eyes when 75 snakes were observed inside the bungalowtype residence. More...

General Stories

Tornado-Ravaged Midwest Benefits From Carmel Effort

A 24-foot box truck arrived in Joplin, Missouri, Sunday to the applause of dozens of local residents living temporarily in a shelter after last month’s tornadoes decimated the Midwest. More...

September 11 Steel Arrives in Putnam

Vehicular and pedestrian traffic came to a halt when a caravan containing two 30-foot lengths of steel recovered from Ground Zero draped in huge American flags made its way from a hangar at the JFK Airport in New York City to its final resting place& More...

Police News

Police ID Body Found Near County Line More...

Enterprise

Make Summer an Opportunity for Business - Locally

Enterprise

With summer finally upon us, I hope you are planning to take some time off. After all, we’ve worked hard for months; and put up with all that snow, we deserve some much needed rest. More...

Sports

Sox Win Four of Five In Busy Week

KENT—Playing five games in four days, the Kent White Sox of the WPBA/NABF Collegiate Division were able to pick up a handful of wins in a short time. More...

Injuries Took Toll on Putnam Valley Boys Lacrosse Team

Bagarozy named All-Section, Christopher ASHM

PUTNAM VALLEY—After winning back-to-back Section 1 championships the last two seasons, the Putnam Valley High boys lacrosse team got a taste of humble pie this spring, dealing with graduation and a rash of injuries, and struggling to a 4-13 sea More...

Kent White Sox 12s Open Summer Season with Two Wins

KENT—The Kent White Sox 12-year-old baseball team opened the summer season last week with a pair of wins. The Sox topped Armonk, 5-3, Sunday on the road, after opening with an 8-1 triumph over Carmel one day earlier. More...

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: I read State Senator Greg Ball’s article entitled “Recipe for Disaster” and felt compelled to reply. 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...

Birth Announcements

LANDON CHRISTOPHER MARTINEZ

Baby Boy Landon Christopher Martinez was born June 1, 2011, weighing 8 lbs. More...

Putnam Explores National Veterans Cemetery in Southeast

The final resting place of 70,000 veterans who served in the various branches of the United States military may be in a national cemetery in Southeast. More...

Two Lives Lost, A Family Shattered

It’s been two years since the world turned upside down for Bob Donohue. More...

Second Vote Is the Charm in Mahopac, by 293

Mahopac voters returned to the polls Tuesday and approved a revised school budget by 300 votes. More...

Around the County

David and Margaret Huntoon, Elizabeth Ailes and Lou Dobbs

Lt. General David Huntoon, (left) the Superintendent of West Point, and his wife, Margaret, enjoyed viewing the United States Military Academy from the Garrison side of the river one recent Saturday evening. More...

Farmer’s Market Opens for the Season

Seeking farm fresh fruits and vegetables? How about delicious home baked cakes, cookies and bread? More...

‘Shabbat At The Beach’

Temple Beth Shalom returns to the shores of Lake Mahopac Friday for its “Shabbat at the Beach” ceremony. More...

School News

High School Honors Its Top Graduates

The tradition continued at Carmel High School. More...

Virtual Schooling Connects Students in Carmel and Korea

Two dozen Carmel middle school children didn’t mind returning to class at seven o’clock Monday night. More...

Graduates Told to ‘Give the World the Best You Have!’

The O’Neill Center on the campus of Western Connecticut State University was filled to the rafters with cheering members of the Brewster School community last Saturday for the 120th annual commencement at Brewster High School. More...

Columns

Is Club Putnam Dead, Or Just Regrouping?

Cunningham’s Corner

Putnam County looks surprisingly compact on a map, but when one starts to drive from Point A to Point B, it becomes a bit bigger. More...

Sifting Through the Sands of Time

WAS AN AUSPICIOUS OCCASION More...

Putnam People

… The Mount Kisco Medical Group is pleased to announce JEFFREY B. KATZ MD will be joining their Obstetrics and Gynecology department as of July 1, 2011. Dr. Katz will be practicing at MKMG’s Mahopac and Putnam Hospital locations More...

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