June 21, 2012 RSS feed / General Stories

Mahopac Woman Critically Injured

A Mahopac woman was critically injured last week when struck by a car in Mahopac.  Carmel Police were summoned last Thursday morning around 9 a.m. More...

Rotarians Make Flag Day Special for Vets

Santa Claus arrived six months early for some veterans in Carmel last week.  The dozen veterans were in awe when members of the Patterson Rotary arrived on Flag Day with a scrumptious homemade meal consisting of appetizers, entrees, salad and ev More...

Child Passenger Safety Check Takes Place Saturday

With this week’s arrival of summer, area law enforcement personnel are concerned that children be properly restrained in vehicles before families venture out for that long-awaited vacation.  More...

Blood Drive in Carmel Next Friday

Putnam County’s semi-annual drive to increase blood supplies throughout the region takes place next Friday in Carmel.  The drive is planned from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. More...

Chamber Ensemble Set for Flute and Guitar Duo

The Doansburg Chamber Ensemble will open its 2012 season with performances by its duo of flute and guitar. The program will be performed on Saturday, July 14th, at 7 p.m. at St. More...

Longview School Students Display Their Creativity

Students from Longview School in Brewster have created inspired artworks under the direction of their art teacher, Sharon Nakazato.  More...

Kent Man Charged with Assault After Attacking Woman

A Kent resident is facing charges of assault, criminal mischief, endangering the welfare of a child and harassment for allegedly attacking a local woman in the presence of her two children.  Kent Police reported the arrest of Richard Mills, 44, More...

Hundreds Take Part in Putnam Cystic Fibrosis Walk

Putnam County’s annual CF Walk had special meaning this year now that a major goal has been reached in the fight against Cystic Fibrosis.  More...

Bells Toll for Children of the American Revolution

Bells tolled in Putnam County Monday.  At 12-noon, Brian McPartland of Brewster, New York State President of the Children of the American Revolution, climbed a ladder in the Putnam County Veterans Memorial Park chapel with County Executive MaryE More...

Putnam Hiker Found Dead in Connecticut

State Police are investigating what it being described as an “untimely death” of a Putnam County man found in a tent along the Appalachian Trail in Sherman, Connecticut. More...

Fire Department Gets $5,000 Check

Christmas came six months early for members of the Carmel Fire Department.  The volunteer fire-fighting force received a check for $5,000 last week from members of the Carmel Sports Association (CSA) for its dedication and professionalism during More...

Weddings

Keck – Pulver

On June 8th, 2012, in a private ceremony in Vermont, Thomas A. Keck Sr. married longtime friend Debbie Pulver. More...

Gallery Offers Summer Invitational

Following the success of its first juried group show (featuring nearly 50 entries from all over the country), Front Street Gallery presents a Summer Invitational exhibition, featuring old and new friends of the gallery, friends of friends, and recent More...

New Approach Needed on Detours

John Bodor, lieutenant of the Putnam County Fire Police Team, provided this statement in response to the widespread and extensive road congestion caused by the Brewster fire:   More...

CAP to Benefit from Putnam Pink Party

It’s being called a win-win.  The Putnam Community Action Program (CAP) along with the American Cancer Society will benefit next week when the Carmel Cardinals host Putnam’s 4th annual Pink Party.  The gala is scheduled for June More...

Book Signing, Author Talk with Vincent Dacquino

Join us for an entertaining afternoon as local author and historian, Vincent T. Dacquino, discusses his new book, Sybil Ludington Odgen: Grandmother’s Story, at the Brewster Public Library on Saturday, July 7th, at 3 p.m.   More...

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