September 5, 2013 RSS feed / Around the County

Mandate Relief to Be Discussed in Mahopac

A Mandate Relief Roundtable takes place in Mahopac Saturday with state and local officials requesting widespread public participation. More...

County Tax Receipts Up

Putnam’s sales tax revenue continues its upward climb. Commissioner of Finance William Carlin reported $4,001,259 collected in sales tax for July, a $202,800 increase over the same period last year. More...

Workshops Set on Food Production for Brewster, Garrison

Join the Bionutrient Food Association for a free introductory lecture on Bionutrient Rich Crop Production on Tuesday, September 10, 6:30 p.m. at the Desmond-Fish Library, in Garrison. More...

Putnam’s First ‘First Lady’ Remembered at Fundraiser

Marilyn Bruen, Putnam County’s first “First Lady”, was remembered last week for her love for life, boundless energy and determination to help others. More...

Mahopac Man Guilty in Bribe Case

A Mahopac man has pleaded guilty to accepting bribes while employed as a shop steward for a New York City union and now faces up to five years. Russell Argila, 40, copped the guilty plea last week in U.S. District Court Brooklyn. More...

Library Computer Center Offers Classes

A new session of computer classes will be offered this fall in the Public Computer Center at Mahopac Public Library. More...

Computer Classes to be Given

Baby-boomers who want to learn new skills or brush up on old ones, or adults who have never used a computer before, will find something of interest in the variety of computer classes offered by the Putnam County Office for the Aging. More...

High Achievers

Bentley University recently announced the names of local residents who were honored for their outstanding academic achievement in the spring 2013 semester: ALEXANDER CECERE of Brewster was named to the President's List. More...

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“What is written is written and the finger of time having writ moves on.” ~The Cold Spring Recorder, Dec. 10, 1937