July 27, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

New War Between Butterfield and Village  Free Access 

For fleeting weeks, there finally seemed to be peace in our time between the Village of Cold Spring and Butterfield developer Paul Guillaro. There isn’t any more. More...

Fine Art Comes Alive at Highland Studio

Doing Business In The Hudson Valley

Whether you’re an artist in need of prints, a history buff with an uncovered treasure, or someone simply looking to make the most of their photo memories, the Highland Studio is your one-stop spot. More...

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Civics and Politics

Mixed Reviews for Village Sidewalk Work

But Brian Nice, in Wheelchair, Can Navigate Downtown

Some are giving mixed reviews to the Village of Cold Spring’s recent sidewalk project, now in its final stages on Furnace Street. More...

New Filming Permit Applications On The Horizon

The Cold Spring Village Board’s workshop on Tuesday evening focused on the first draft of their filming/ photography permit application. More...

Senator Gillibrand Meets With Farmers

Fishkill Farms was the site Friday afternoon of a roundtable discussion led by U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, as she met with local farmers. More...

Schools

High Achievers

Commencements Ithaca College Ithaca College congratulates all May 2016 graduates, including Meghan Malone of Putnam Valley. More...

Religious News

Blessing of the Animals by Synagogue

Philipstown Reform Synagogue's service on Saturday featured a blessing of the animals by Rabbi Helaine Ettinger (on right). Also shown is Suzen Drogin and her dog Kugel, receiving the Rabbi's blessing. Suzen and her husband Gerry live in Garrison. 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...

Attractions

Housing History at Mandeville

The oldest existing house in Garrison, the Mandeville House’s origins date back to 1735. The home has housed some of the county and the country’s finest figures. More...

Kites Soar At Desmond- Fish Library

On Saturday afternoon, around a dozen children of all ages gathered in the lower level of the Desmond- Fish Library in Garrison to learn how to make their own kites. More...

Putnam Park Goes To The Dogs

The Putnam Veterans Memorial Park became a haven for dogs last weekend when the Putnam Kennel Club conducted its annual dog show, drawing dog enthusiasts from all over the county. More...

Classifieds  Free Access 

Services

PHILIPSTOWN TREE SERVICE: Land clearing, take downs, trimmings. Stump Removal. Fully insured. Reg. Number PC 607. 845- 265-2187. More...

For Sale

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Help Wanted

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Junior Fire Academy: A Summer Staple For Kids in Cold Spring

This week marks the 14th year of the Junior Firefighter Academy at the Cold Spring Firehouse. More...

Don Nice: Artist Comes Home for Show at Garrison Art Center

The full life of artist Don Nice – ranch hand, football player, outdoorsman and teacher – is coming home to Garrison. The internationally renowned, prolific painter lives in Philipstown with his wife Sandra. More...

A Plan to Restore Julia Butterfield’s Tomb?

A story in the PCNR about the abysmal condition of Julia Butterfield’s tomb may be the key to finally repairing the decrepit structure. More...

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Focus on Philipstown

Arts and Entertainment

A Mid-Summer’s Garden (And All Things Beet)

Gardening GUSTO

Editor’s Note: Katherine has taken the week off – her granddaughter, the adorable Somerset Rose Knos, arrived last week! She’s searched the archives to find a piece that matches this weather and time in the growing season. More...

Summer Sunset Music Series Continues With The Big Takeover

The Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce hosts its popular Summer Sunset Music Series on Sunday, July 31, featuring roots reggae band The Big Takeover. More...

Klezmer Music at Tompkins Corners

On Saturday, August 20, at 7:30 pm, Tompkins Corners Cultural Center will present a concert of klezmer music featuring violinist/vocalist/ composer Alicia Svigals and accordionist Lauren Brody in a program of euphoric klezmer fiddle music and Yiddish More...

Community

Growing Farmers With Project Renewal

On Tuesday, the men of Renewal Farm gave a helping hand in a special Project Renewal harvest, where they helped farmers in training get their hands dirty. More...

Troopers Avert Suicide At Bear Mountain Bridge

A 21-year-old Hawthorne man is alive today thanks to the expertise of the New York State Police. Troopers were summoned to the Putnam side of the Bear Mountain Bridge on Sunday night for a report of a suicidal person attempting to jump off the span. More...

Focus On: Marbled Meat Shop  Free Access 

A year and a half ago, transplanted Brooklynites and husband-and-wife owners Lisa Hall and Chris Pascarella opened Marbled Meat Shop to great success in Philipstown. Today, the business is still going strong. More...

Sports

‘Gades In First After Blazing Home Stand

FISHKILL – The Hudson Valley Renegades are in the catbird seat in the New York-Penn League’s McNamara Division after a rout of Aberdeen on Sunday, an impromptu but needed day off, and two more wins on Tuesday. More...

Putnam Valley Football Preps For First Season With New Coach

Physical education teacher and JV football coach Ryan Elsasser is adding a new job title to his Putnam Valley High School resume. Head football coach. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Diane L. Matthew

Diane Matthew passed peacefully on Monday, July 18th, at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York, after a short battle with leukemia. She was 85. More...

Weekly Poll

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