November 10, 2011 RSS feed / General Stories

Prosecutors Confident of DiPippo’s Guilt

Putnam Chief Assistant D.A. Christopher York remained confident Monday that Anthony DiPippo will again be found guilty of murdering a 12-yearold Carmel girl 17 years ago.  More...

Landscaper Jailed for Grand Larceny

A 22-year old Carmel man employed as a landscaper is calling the Putnam Correctional Facility home these days. More...

Two Brewster Men Now Face Jail Time in Probation Violations

Two residents of Brewster are now facing incarceration for violating the terms and conditions of their court ordered probation.  The Putnam Probation Department arrested Jonathan Gonzalez, 27 and Stephen Delgado, 23, last week.  More...

Reaction Mixed to Utility Response Time

Two area officials have differing views when it comes to the restoration of electricity following the unusual Halloween weekend snowstorm.   More...

Sentencing Delayed in Christmas-Eve Murder Case

Paul Amay, the 25-year-old illegal alien convicted of the brutal Christmaseve murder of his wife in her Mahopac home, was led into a Putnam County courtroom in shackles and manacles last week to learn how many years he will spend behind bars in a max More...

Arrest Made After Injury Crash

A Mahopac man is facing felony DWI charges and a possible state prison term following his arrest last week as the result of a personal injury crash in Mahopac Falls.  Carmel Police arrested William Albin, 33, after his car went out of control on More...

State Police Seek Help in Hit-and-Run Case

Brewster State Police have asked for the public’s assistance in identifying a hit-and-run motorist who caused thousands of dollars in damage by striking two parked cars at the Reed Farm condominium complex in Southeast.  More...

9/11 Group Wants Cuomo Held Accountable

The vicious, random killing last month of Dr. Kathleen Byam in Albion, N.Y., is one result of Gov. More...

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