June 28, 2012 RSS feed / General Stories

Historic Fashions Lovingly Brought to Life

For true historians, history is a puzzle to be pieced together using whatever artifacts you can find. More...

War of 1812 Comes to Tilly Foster

Come to Tilly Foster Farm for a living history display on Saturday, July 14th, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The grounds will feature a small group of soldiers from 200 years ago as the The War of 1812 reenactors mark the bicentennial of this historic war. More...

Mark Putnam County’s Bicentennial Next Weekend

The office of the Putnam County Executive has announced that July 7th is the date set for the Bicentennial event at Constitution Island. There will be cocktails, followed by dinner and the famed West Point fireworks. More...

Yellow Dot Program for Public Safety Arrives in Putnam

The Yellow Dot Program has arrived in Putnam County. The public safety initiative conceived by the New York State Sheriff’s Association refers to a decal provided to those participating in the project. More...

Brewster Farmers Market Flourishes

The Brewster Farmers Market is celebrating its 18th season this year by providing what organizer KC Anderson of the Coalition for a Better Brewster calls “first-stop shopping to downtown Brewster while helping to support local and regional grow More...

Connecticut Woman Hurt in Patterson Crash

A Connecticut woman was seriously injured last week when her Subaru crossed into the oncoming lane of traffic on Route 22 in Patterson and plowed into a GMC truck head-on. Brewster State Police investigated the 3 p.m. More...

22nd Annual Appalachian Craft Fair at Holy Trinity Church in Sherman

Holy Trinity Church in Sherman, Ct., is continuing its mission to serve the communities in Appalachia with its annual Appalachian Crafts Fair. More...

Pianist Sumi Tonooka to Play Cold Spring

Local jazz pianist and composer Sumi Tonooka makes her live performance debut of songs from her newly released CD, “Now – Live at the Howland,” at the Chapel Restoration, Cold Spring, on June 30 at 7:30 p.m. More...

Southeast Walking Tours Begin in July

Celebrate the history of Southeast and Brewster with guided tours featuring a different theme, including 19th-century mercantile and agrarian industries, architectural history and stories of prominent local citizens. More...

A Busy Putnam Fourth of July

Sat Jun 30 - Sundown. Fireworks over Lake Carmel. More...

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"Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost." ~ John Quincy Adams