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A Homecoming and So Much More for Major League Baseball Players  Free Access 

Daniel Miller Documents First-Ever Team Israel

The Jewish people make up a small slice of the world’s population, and this statistic is only amplified in the world of sports, especially in Major League Baseball. More...

Lost Hound, ‘Sweet Stella,’ Back Home

Sweet Stella decided to take a walk during the season’s first major snow storm. More...

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Arts and Entertainment

Weary of Winter? Wander Over to Juanita’s! (and Hominy Casserole)

Gardening GUSTO

I’m trying to be more empathetic these days in a concerted effort to better navigate these tumultuous times. More...

Hudson Valley Wine and Chocolate Festival in Putnam

Partners with PARC, a non-profit dedicated to securing the financial future of people with disabilities, will host its next Hudson Valley Wine & Chocolate Festival on Saturday and Sunday, April 1 and 2. More...

Music Hall Showcase Hits the Road in Putnam

The Reverie Caffe in Patterson will soon be home to some great local talent. On Friday, Feb. More...

Community

Two Storms KO Activity in Putnam

Winter Storms

First, winter storm Niko dumped upwards of a foot of snow across the region last Thursday and virtually shut down the area for 36 hours.  Schools were closed Thursday and opened late on Friday. More...

Maloney Delivers Valentines to Vets

On Monday, February 13, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney continued his annual Valentines for Veterans tradition by personally delivering thousands of valentines to Hudson Valley veterans at the Castle Point VA facility in Wappingers Falls. More...

Molloy Pleads Not Guilty in Newspaper Theft; Case Returns in March

Barney Molloy, chairman of the Putnam County Visitors’ Bureau, who is facing misdemeanor larceny charges for allegedly stealing copies of the New York Times from bundles outside the Cupoccino Café in Cold Spring, pleaded not guilty last week be More...

Attractions

Warner Lives Focus of Museum Lecture

Bryan Dunlap shared key moments in the lives of Thomas and Henry Warner, the uncle and father of Anna and Susan Warner of Constitution Island, during a lecture at the Putnam History Museum on Saturday, February 11.   More...

Bird Watching Counts!

Calling bird watchers of all ages! Join the count of birds throughout our parks to create a real-time snapshot of where birds are. All counts will be entered into e-bird. Join us any day from 1:00- 3:00pm: More...

Yoga Studio Sets ‘Turmoil to Action’ Event

“Moving From Political Turmoil to Effective Action” is theme of an event coming up at SkyBaby Yoga Studio, 75 Main Street, Cold Spring. It’s set for Tuesday, Feb 21st, 7-9:30 PM. RSVP: 914 -659-2291 or suzanne@suzanne-pearce.com. More...

Commentary

Calling Off School in The Age of Social Media  Free Access 

Cunningham's Corner

Time evens out a lot of things. One of things that no longer bothers me is whether school is canceled due to weather. More...

Classifieds  Free Access 

Services

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For Rent

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Real Estate

REAL ESTATE NEEDS Limited Editions Realty 10 Marion Avenue, Cold Spring. Call 845-265-3111 or go to limitededitionsrealty.com   More...

Breaking News - 2/16/2017 12:10 PM

‘YES’ phone scam hits Putnam  Free Access 

Authorities issue consumer alert

If you receive a voice from an unfamiliar person asking: “Can you hear me?” or any other query provoking a ‘yes’ response, hang up the phone!  That’s the advice of State Police because as Troop K Major Robert Nuzzo explained: “By answering More...

The Cast Is Set for Village Election

Village of Cold Spring

In the last springtime village election – the next ones will be in November – voters will have a choice for both the mayoral and the trustee posts.  More...

Haldane Celebrates 100 Days!

Tuesday marked the first of many milestones for Haldane kindergarten students: the 100th day of school. It was a great day for the students to have fun, and reflect on the friendships they have made.  More...

Town Enjoys Snowy Winter Carnival

The newly fallen white snow covering Winter Hill in Garrison was dotted with children Saturday afternoon, flying down it with all manner of sleds and tubes beneath them.  More...

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Civics and Politics

Nelsonville Board Set to Turn Over After Village Elections

The Village of Nelsonville leadership is certain to have a new composition after the March 21 village election. More...

History Made In Putnam When Appellate Division Convened

History was made in Putnam County on Valentine’s Day when – for the first time – the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department convened in Putnam County.  More...

New Parking on Church Street

Highway Crew Chief Chris Hyatt gave his report to the Village Board Tuesday evening, including that the new parking arrangement on Church Street, which now allows parking on the western side for fire personnel and on the eastern side for residents, h More...

Schools

Monolith Solar Presentation After Smoke Issue, and Peggy Clements Decides to Run Again

The Haldane Board of Education began their meeting Tuesday night with a moment of silence for John Rath, a former math teacher and basketball coach. More...

Garrison Board of Education Reviews Budget

Garrison’s Board of Education returned to their recent meeting after starting the evening with an hour-long executive session. More...

Gardeners Offer Scholarships

High school students graduating in June interested in a career in plant science, horticulture, floriculture, architectural landscape design, forestry, botany or any other environmentally related program are being encouraged to apply for one of two $5 More...

Religious News

Local Religious Leaders Sign Declaration

Religious leaders from throughout Putnam and northern Westchester have signed a ‘declaration of concern’ in support of local residents who feel targeted by government actions due to their nationality, religion or immigration status.  More...

Religious Services

OUR LADY OF LORETTO CATHOLIC CHURCH 24 Fair Street, Cold Spring, NY 10516 845-265-3718 lorettochurch@gmail.com ourladyoflorettocs.com Pastor: Fr. Thomas P. More...

Sports

Haldane’s Hannah Monteleone, Marissa Lisikatos Sign College Letters Of Intent

For Haldane High School standout athletes Hannah Monteleone and Marissa Lisikatos, the decisions to continue their college careers centered more around academics than sports. More...

Putnam Valley Girls Win Share Of League Title

PUTNAM VALLEY -- It wasn't just any old win over archrival Haldane.  It was a championship win, or at least a share of it.  The Putnam Valley High School girls’ basketball team turned in a strong performance last week, beating the Blu More...

Banner Day For Putnam Valley Wrestling

EDGEMONT – What a day for Putnam Valley High School wrestling.  Satoshi Abe earned the 126-pound title at the Section 1, Division II wrestling championships on Saturday, leading a group of five Tigers who won championships and earned autom More...

Perspectives

Village Highway Department Fight Not About 'Nepotism'

In a continuing effort to keep the residents and taxpayers apprised of the situation as it relates to matters before the Village of Cold Spring, some have suggested that I explain in greater detail the status of the Highway Department Crew Chief posi More...

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