September 6, 2012 RSS feed / General Stories

Hayworth Impressed by Camp Herrlich

The summer camp season has ended for another year, now that children have returned to the classroom this week. More...

Tailgating a Police Car Leads to Bust

Tailgating is not only dangerous but it is against the law -- especially when following a police cruiser. More...

Second Reward Offered in Animal Cruelty Case

A second $500 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the decapitation of a cat found last month on a residential street in Putnam Lake. More...

Three Women Charged with Stealing From Parked Cars

Three young women face felony larceny and possession of stolen property charges following their arrests by Kent and Carmel Police. More...

Courier Archives

104 Years Ago Sept. 4, 1908

THE COUNTY FAIR OF 1908 It is Being Conducted on a Business Basis and Will Prove a Success, Under Adverse Circumstances As we go to the press the last day of the annual fair is in progress. More...

Putnam’s Community Wellness Fair for Women Nets Good Turnout

Scores of Putnam residents took advantage of last week’s 1st annual Community Wellness Fair for Women, Infants and Children sponsored in conjunction with the Putnam Health Department, Putnam Child Advocacy Center and the Lower Hudson Valley Per More...

John Golzio is an Inspiration

John Golzio is a fighter. Six years ago the Kent resident was diagnosed with leukemia. More...

Putnam Prepares for 9/11 Ceremonies

Final plans are being made this week for the 11th anniversary of the day that changed the world forever—September 11, 2001. Remembrances begin on Sunday evening in Mahopac outside Carmel Town Hall when a ceremony will take place at 6:30 p.m. More...

Partial Tax Payments Cost 4% More

School tax bills were received this week by thousands of Putnam property owners. More...

Undercover Cops Make Big Drug Bust

A quantity of illegal narcotics allegedly bound for sale in Putnam County was seized by undercover members of the county’s Narcotics Enforcement Unit last week who arrested a Connecticut woman on a variety of felony charges. More...

American Legion Needs Help

The American Legion Argonne Post 71, on Ice Pond Road in Brewster, needs your help. Recently, we had our basement floor flooded. We need to replace the sheetrock. We have the sheetrock; we need some volunteers to put the sheetrock up. More...

Natural Gas Leak in Carmel’s Shop-Rite Plaza

Holiday shoppers were inconvenienced Monday when a natural gas leak forced the evacuation of several stores and shops at the Shop-Rite Plaza in Carmel. More...

County’s First Flu Clinic is Monday

Children are back in school. Leaves are starting to change color. And flu season is right around the corner. More...

Putnam People

US Marine Private Andrew Duffy, a 2011 Carmel High School graduate endured 13 weeks of Marine boot camp. Andrew became a US Marine at Parris Island, SC, on August 24, 2012. More...

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