July 28, 2011 RSS feed / Around the County

Carmel Veterans Affairs Clinic Keeps Promise

The Carmel Veterans Affairs Clinic located at 1875 Route 6 in Carmel is one of Putnam’s best-kept secrets. More...

Camp Herrlich Carnival Is A High-Heat Blast

It was one of the hottest days of the summer but more than 400 children attending Camp Herrlich in Patterson didn’t mind at all. More...

Record Earnings At Mahopac National Parent

Tompkins Financial Corporation, the parent of Mahopac National Bank and Tompkins Financial Advisors, has reported record net income of $9.4 million for the second quarter of 2011, an increase of 4.1 percent over the $9.0 million reported for the same More...

Balanced Summer Schedule Best for Kids

Summer. A time for relaxing, snoozing in the sun, and seeing where the day leads? Or running to an endless line-up of summer camps, music lessons, and sports? More...

Surgeon Kirstin Pilchard Joins Hospital Medical Staff as General Surgeon

New Milford Hospital announces the appointment of Surgeon Kirstin Pilchard, MD, FACS, to the medical staff as a general surgeon with a special interest in breast disease, minimally invasive surgery, cancer and gastrointestinal care. More...

‘Munsee Indian Trade in Colonial New York’

The Kent Historical Society be hosting researcher and author J. Michael Smith on Thursday, 7:30pm, at the Carmel-Kent VFW Hall, located at 32 Gleneida Ave., Carmel. More...

Health Commissioner Takes Post in Westchester

Putnam’s loss will be Westchester’s gain. Dr. Sherlita Amler, the county’s first and only Commissioner of Health, will be leaving her post this fall to become Westchester’s Health Commissioner, effective October 3. More...

Police Group Gears up for 9/11 Anniversary

September 11 promises to be properly marked in Putnam County. More...

Putnam Celebrates Probation Department Week

Probation officers have been providing protection to their community by supervising individuals sentenced to probation. More...

Join Habitat for Humanity at Mahopac Fundraiser

Habitat for Humanity of Putnam County is striving to eliminate substandard housing and to make the dream of home ownership a reality in Putnam County. More...

Green Chimneys Achieves Sanctuary Status

This month, Green Chimneys reached a substantial milestone in its long history as a leader in education and therapeutic treatment for children with special needs. More...

Making a Brighter World for Cancer Survivors, One Holiday Tree at a Time

Since 1991, those touched by cancer and their families, friends and neighbors have been turning to Ann’s Place, The Home of I Can. More...

Sherman Church Vacation Bible School

PandaMania is coming to Sherman August 15 to 19 when the Sherman Church Bible School presents its annual summer outreach to children entering kindergarten through entering grade six. More...

Library Offers Museum Passes for Residents

The Friends of the Kent Library generously provides funding for the museum pass program. These passes allow free or reduced admission to some of the area’s most popular institutions. More...

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“Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete. If you’re alive, it isn’t.” ~Lauren Bacall