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Brewster Woman Injured When Pole Falls Off Van on I-84

A Brewster woman escaped serious injury last Wednesday when a metal pole fell from a work van on I-84 near the New York-Connecticut state line and slammed into a Toyota SUV. Connecticut State Police said the mishap occurred west of Exit 1 at 5:30 … Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this […]

Maloney Calls for ‘Truth’ in Impeachment Trial

Lively Town Hall Meeting Covers Gamut of Topics

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney during a Town Hall meeting Saturday in Putnam Valley. Photo/Douglas Cunningham By Douglas Cunningham   PUTNAM VALLEY – U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, who sits on the House Intelligence Committee and who questi… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

Drivers Obey the Law on Super Bowl Sunday

Police were out in force on Super Bowl Sunday evening checking for intoxicated motorists and others disobeying the state’s vehicle and traffic laws. In Putnam County, not a single DWI arrest was made. Sheriff’s deputies, Carmel, Kent, Brewster Villag… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

Kent Winter Festival Is Saturday

Whether the ground is covered with snow or not, Kent officials have reminded the public that winter is upon us and with shorter days and cold temperatures comes the annual Kent Winter Festival. Saturday’s event will include both snow and nonsnow a… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

Woman Facing Felony DWI Charges Had Child in Rear Seat

A Dutchess County woman allegedly driving drunk in Kent while her child was a rear-seat passenger is facing felony charges of Aggravated DWI following her arrest by State Police. Troopers stopped the vehicle that was reportedly weaving in and out of … Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

Jobless Rate Increases Across Putnam

Unemployment increased by four-tenths of one percent across Putnam County last month while other counties throughout the Hudson Valley also experienced slight increases in rates of unemployment. The NYS Department of Labor reported last week for the… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

Head Of Youth Services, Joan Rose, To Retire From Mahopac Library


Joan Rose has watched children in our community grow from adorable infants to active toddlers to inspiring young adults. She has infused them with a love of reading, a desire to learn, and confidence in their creativity and imagination. On Friday, Fe… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

NY Calls Out 250 Tax Deadbeats – Two From Putnam on List

Two Putnam residents have made a list of the state’s worst tax deadbeats. New York last week published a list of the 250 people who owe the most delinquent state taxes. The biggest delinquent listed from Putnam is Damon Dash, 48 of Kent who owes $2,2… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access […]

Business Viewpoint

Strong Real Estate Market Means Thriving Local Economy

The 4th quarter results for 2019 are out, and according to the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors, “buyer demand continues to be strong but with low seller activity still in many locations, total sales are lower than they would normally be in a m… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.

Boy Scout Food Drive Takes Place Saturday

Patterson Boy Scouts Troop 440 will be conducting their semi-annual food drive Saturday to benefit the food pantry sponsored by the Patterson Community Church. Scoutmaster Josef Rosenfeld explained the drive is held on the day before the Super Bow… Please login below or purchase a subscription to the Putnam County Courier to access this content.


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