August 16, 2012 RSS feed / General Stories

Native American Pow-Wow Takes Place This Weekend in Putnam

Native Americans from across the eastern U.S. and Canada will converge on the Putnam Veterans Memorial Park this weekend for what has become a late summer’s tradition—The Daniel Nimham Pow-Wow. More...

York Honored for Work on Domestic Violence

Domestic violence continues to plague communities across America. More...

Health Department Trains for Paperless Vaccine Distribution

Putnam County Health Department personnel have already begun gearing up for November’s expected flu vaccine distribution. More...

Putnam’s Senior Judge Volunteers to Help Speed Up Justice System

Putnam’s senior resident judge— Associate Justice of the Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court John Sweeny—is volunteering his time this summer to speed up the county’s judicial process. More...

Putnam ARC to Offer Concussion Management Training

Putnam ARC, the leading provider of services for children and adults with developmental disabilities in Putnam County, also offers programs and services that assist people living with brain injuries and training on how to prevent sports-related brain More...

Protecting Consumers at the Pump

The price of gasoline continues to escalate at the pump and the Putnam County Consumer Affairs Office wants to make sure customers receive every penny of the fuel purchased. More...

Wine Connoisseurs Converge on Putnam Park

Wine flowed like water last weekend at Putnam County’s 2nd annual International Wine and Food Fest at the Putnam Veterans Memorial Park. More...

Putnam Sites Featured on National TV

Two Putnam sites will be featured Friday on the nationally televised “Dead Files,” a paranormal program aired on the Travel Channel that focuses on investigating haunted locations around the U.S. More...

Courier Archives

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NO MOVIES DURING THIS WEEKEND BECAUSE OF THE CARNIVAL “Dangerous Curve Ahead” Will Be the Attraction for Next Tuesday Evening. More...

Construction Firm Supports Putnam Hospital Center

BBL Construction Services President/Principal Kevin Gleason (left) and Vice President Jim Church recently presented Putnam Hospital Center President Maureen H. More...

Community Service Network Seeking Nominations

Is there someone, a person or an organization, that has taken that extra step, given support when needed, made an impact on you or someone you know? More...

Arrests Follow Criminal Incidents in Kent

Residents of Putnam, Rockland, Dutchess and Kings Counties face hearings in Kent Town Court next month following their arrests by Kent Police. More...

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