January 5, 2012 RSS feed / General Stories

Putnam’s Own Criminals Fill Jail; Revenue Falls

An increase in the number of prisoners incarcerated at the Putnam Correctional Facility for local offenses cost county coffers more than $400,000 last year. More...

Domestic Violence Leads to Felony Burglary Charges

A 19-year-old Danbury man is facing 1st degree burglary charges as well as assault stemming from his alleged involvement in a domestic dispute in Brewster. More...

Rollover Sends Man to Hospital

Twenty-eleven ended on an inauspicious note for a Carmel man, when police said his vehicle was cut off on Route 6 in Carmel, forcing him to lose control and overturn. Saturday’s mishap occurred at 10:30 a.m. More...

Road Rage Incident Leads to DWI Arrest

An alleged incident of road rage has led to the arrest of a Carmel man on numerous charges. Carmel Police arrested Kurt Olsen, 47, last Thursday night when, according to Chief Michael Johnson, Sgt. More...

Breaking News - 1/9/2012 4:36 PM

Carmel woman dies Sunday in Florida crash  Free Access 

Victim one of three senior citizens killed

 A Carmel woman was one of three senior citizens killed Sunday in a Florida crash. The Florida Highway Patrol identified the Putnam resident as Lore T. Brunetti, 73, of Carmel. More...

America’s Number One Judge Officiates At Putnam Swearing-In

America’s number one judge, Judge Judy Sheindlin, officiated last Friday at Putnam County’s swearing-in ceremonies in Carmel. More...

Ball Hails Cuomo on Leadership

In the continuing instances of counterintuitive stands from Republican state Sen. Greg Ball, he applauded Gov. More...

Woman Charged With DWI After Crash

A Brewster woman will have a lot of explaining to do in Southeast Town Court following a personal injury crash involving drunken driving. More...

Carmel Officials Take Their Oaths

Seven officials of the Town of Carmel took their oaths of office on New Year’s Day. More...

County Approves Trash Money for Cold Spring

Conklin Snipes at Decision, Blasting Successful Businesses

County funds totaling $7,500 are headed to Cold Spring that will offset the cost to local residents of paying for trash removal tied to tourism traffic. More...

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