November 17, 2011 RSS feed / General Stories

DWI Arrest Leads to More Serious Charges

A routine traffic check at 10 o’clock in the morning by Kent Police resulted in the driver being arrested for DWI; however, extenuating circumstances resulted in more charges being lodged against the 23-year-old Kent resident. More...

Another Major Drug Bust in Mahopac

For the third time in the past six weeks, Carmel Police have made a major drug bust. At 10:30 p.m. More...

Patterson Man Charged with Insurance Fraud

A Patterson man faces charges of grand larceny for allegedly stealing $70,000 worth of disability insurance benefits from the Matrix Absence Management Company, an insurance administrator for the Apple Corporation. More...

Bruce Walker, Putnam Native, Named County’s Number Two

Bruce Walker is a firm believer that Putnam County has a great future. The Putnam native, 42, who resides with his wife and three children in Pawling has assumed the rank of Deputy County Executive in the new MaryEllen Odell administration. More...

My Most Joyful Year

Eldridge reflects on past year running the county

For the first time, former Putnam County Executive Paul Eldridge admitted Monday that he is sorry to see his temporary position come to an end. More...

SPCA Probing Deaths of Two More Dogs

SPCA officials are concerned that Putnam is becoming a dumping ground for dead dogs. More...

Police Investigate Suspicious Car in Mahopac Falls

The Putnam County Sheriff’s Department in conjunction with Carmel Police and the Mahopac School District are investigating reports of a suspicious vehicle that repeatedly drove past a school bus stop in Mahopac Falls on Monday. More...

Connecticut Man, Hit by Car, Dies from Injuries

A Connecticut man died at Danbury Hospital Tuesday from injuries received when struck by a car in Southeast. More...

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Weekly Quotation

“Thanksgiving dinners take eighteen hours to prepare. They are consumed in twelve minutes. Half-times take twelve minutes. This is not coincidence.” ~Erma Bombeck