June 14, 2012 RSS feed / Around the County

Patriotism is Alive and Well in Putnam

Historian in Revolutionary garb opens Legislative meeting

What a beginning to the monthly meeting of the Putnam Legislature. Patterson historian Dr. More...

Pasta Dinner Benefits Putnam Services

A pasta dinner organized by teachers at the Henry Wells Middle School in Brewster has reaped great benefits for Putnam Family and Community Services—a non-for-profit organization providing mental health and chemical dependency services for peop More...

Lions Club Carnival Offering Rides Now

Carmel News

The Carmel-Kent Lions Club is hosting their annual fund-raising carnival through Sunday, at the Shoprite Plaza Shopping Center, Route 52, Carmel. The carnival began Tuesday.  More...

ANNOUNCEMENT -- Carmel Board

Carmel News

The Carmel Town Board’s Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, June 20, 2012, has been changed to Thursday, June 21, 2012, at 7 pm here at Carmel Town Hall, 60 McAlpin Avenue, Mahopac, NY 10541. More...

Bicentennial Book Now Available

News from Mahopac

Putnam’s Bicentennial book is now available for public purchase.  The hard bound volume tabbed “Collaborative History of Putnam County, New York,” contains photos and prose depicting the county’s past 200 years as well as More...

Public Asked to Help Identify Robbery Suspect

The Brewster Standard

Sheriff’s Department investigators are continuing to probe last month’s armed robbery of a Brewster delicatessen and are asking the public for help in identifying the suspect. More...

Elderly New Jersey man killed in Southeast

Had parked along shoulder of 84

State Police are trying to determine why an elderly New Jersey man parked his vehicle along the shoulder of I-84 in Southeast last week and decided to stand in a grassy knoll off the interstate near Exit 21. More...

Hospital Honors Dedicated Volunteers

  At Putnam Hospital Center’s recent volunteer recognition luncheon, four volunteers were awarded the President’s Call to Service Award for donating 4000 hours of lifetime service to the Carmel hospital. More...

Erratic Operation Leads to Drug Arrest

News from Mahopac

An alert Carmel Police officer, who overheard a State Police communication seeking assistance in attempting to stop an erratic driver, led to the apprehension of a Mahopac man last week on charges of drug possession.  Police Chief Michael Johnso More...

Click here for digital edition
2012-06-14 digital edition

Weekly Quotation

‘No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn.’ ~Hal Borland