April 5, 2012 RSS feed / General Stories

Disabled Call for More, Not Less

Putnam's annual Legislative Forum attracted a large crowd to the county's Emergency Operation Center auditorium last Saturday morning when dozens of speakers called on elected and appointed officials to create and support disability related public po More...

Patterson Flea Market Opening

The Patterson Flea Market will open for the summer season on Sunday, April 15th, and run every Sunday thru October. More...

Putnam People

College Dean 's Lists

Alanna Kohler, Mahopac, Caldwell College; Alexander Ahlberg, Patterson, U. More...

Things to Do

Books • Boating • Board Mtgs

Thu Apr 5 - Putnam County Metal Detectorists and Archeological Soci at Sparkle Lake Clubhouse, 258 Granite Springs Road, Yorktown Heights, 7pm www.greatreasure.com. More...

Ball Wins Republican Nod

State Sen. Greg Ball has secured the endorsement of the Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess Republican County Committees, which met jointly on Monday night. The vote was 15,233 votes to 6,260. More...

Budget Process Revision Stalled by Legislators

When it comes to firsts, Putnam County leads the state in several areas—the lowest rate of unemployment, the county with the lowest crime rate and the first county to declare Teen Driver Safety Awareness Month. More...

Break A Leg: Putnam Called State’s Healthiest County

It may seem difficult to believe, but Putnam is New York State's healthiest, county according to a new report issued Tuesday by researchers from the University of Wisconsin. More...

Planning Underway for Putnam Youth Forum

Planning is in full swing for Putnam’s 18th annual Youth Forum scheduled for April 23 at the Clearpool Education Center in Kent Cliffs. More...

SeniorNet Classes Booting Up

The Kent SeniorNet Adult Computer Learning Center is hosting a registration from 10:30 to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 14, at the Kent Library. Would you like to know how to get started with using your computer? Have you a computer question? More...

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