MAHOPAC, N.Y.— The Harlem Wizards and their high-flying antics came to Mahopac High School Thursday, Feb. 23, to help raise funds for the girls basketball program. The Wizards took on a team composed of teachers and principals and delighted the sold-out crowd with their amazing basketball skills and comedy.
Harlem Wizards Bring Some Magic to Mahopac
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Last year, the town installed cameras in Chamber Park and McDonough Park.
Gilchrist told the Town Board at its May 9 ...
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The event is used to promote the upcoming Relay For Life, the annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. This year’s relay will be held Saturday, June 2, noon to midnight, at Mahopac High School.
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By DOMINICK DEPOLEMay 20, 2018
To some people, juggling a bunch of things at once comes natural. Mahopac senior Ryan Dugan is certainly one of those people as he prepares to graduate and move onto Western Connecticut State University this fall.
“It was a great fit for me with the business program and everything,” Dugan said. “Being close to home is great. In case anything happens, I’m right there.
By BOB DUMASMay 20, 2018
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By BOB DUMASMay 19, 2018
MAHOPAC, N.Y. - A plan to extend sewer service down the Route 6 corridor in the heart of Mahopac is moving forward despite some confusion over one option that involves connecting the project to a treatment plant in Heritage Hills in neighboring Somers.
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Beth Schum was 3 for 4 with six RBI, while Kailey Zecca batted 4 for 4 with four RBI. Becker went 4 for 4 with ...
By BOB DUMASMay 18, 2018
MAHOPAC, N.Y. - The Putnam County Traffic Safety Board has recommended that parking be prohibited on the shoulders of Route 6 a distance of 30 feet on each side of a restaurant’s entrance and exit in the area known as Restaurant Row in Mahopac.
The Town Board has enthusiastically endorsed the plan.
Carmel Police Lt. John Dearman, who sits on the Traffic Safety Board, presented the ...