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Dissenting Lawmakers Question Legality Of Busing Senior Citizens To Meeting  Free Access 

Two members of the Putnam Legislature want State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to investigate whether or not the county acted properly by transporting a bus load of senior citizens from the Cold Spring area to Carmel in order for them to attend More...

Coming Events

 

Arts and Entertainment

Two Hundred Tommies (and Bacon and Avocado Skewers)

Gardening GUSTO

Peter Gergely and I have been garden friends for twenty-six years. We have been inspired by each other’s gardens, we have shared plants from our respective gardens, and we have stolen plants from each other’s gardens. More...

Spooky But Fine Art at Gallery 66

Gallery 66 NY is excited to host four exquisite shows at once throughout its 4 exhibition spaces for the month of October with an Opening Reception on October 7th from 6-9 pm. More...

Edgar Allan Poe Night at Bannerman’s

The Bannerman Castle Trust, Inc. in collaboration with Theater on the Road Productions presents “Poe’s Last Mystery” starring actor, Frank Marquette on Bannerman’s Island on the Hudson River on Saturday, October 1st. More...

Community

Historic Warner House to Shine Again

Years Gone By

West Point, Constitution Island, and surrounding areas played an integral role in our nation’s history, and remain part of both our local and national heritage. More...

Firewood & Excavation: A Trimble Family Tradition

If you’ve spent any time in the village of Cold Spring, chances are you’ve come across Kenny Trimble at work with the Cold Spring Highway Department. More...

‘People Embracing People’ Roll Out the Red Carpet

The red carpet came to Cold Spring this past Thursday. While it might not have been the same red carpet you’re thinking of, it was a special event nonetheless for all involved. More...

Sports

Strong Effort, Tight Games and One Birthday for Philipstown Soccer

BOYS’ RECAPS Chargers Battle Terminators to a Draw More...

Haldane Football Stalls Out Against Pawling

On Saturday, September 24, the Haldane boys’ varsity football team took on Pawling High School at their home field, ending in a tough 20-0 loss. More...

Haldane Volleyball Staying Strong with More Victories

The Haldane Lady Blue Devils continue to ride strong in week three of the fall season, winning two out of three games played. More...

Letters to the Editor

Faye Thorpe for Town Justice

To the Editor: More...

Linson Is Ideal Candidate

To the Editor: We in America are all concerned, of course, about who our next Supreme Court Justice will be. 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 Rent

CLEAN & ATTRACTIVE 720 sq ft studio with small loft, private beautiful setting on country rd, 5 minutes by car into village/train, parking for 1 car only, premium cable included in $1200/mo rent, electric & propane for cooking paid by tenant More...

Misc

TOWN OF PHILIPSTOWN’S E-Blast list. Anyone wanting to be included, please contact the Town Clerk’s office at 845-265-3329 More...

The Highway Man: Ed Trimble

Reflections on a 4-Decade Career Serving the Village

The first time I met Ed Trimble, a bitter winter chill was eating away at my fingers as I snapped pictures of the Cold Spring Highway crew fixing a water main break at the riverfront. More...

River Unites Unlikely Bedfellows

They were, perhaps, curious allies there on the Cold Spring Dock on Monday afternoon. Legislators Barbara Scuccimarra of Philipstown and William Gouldman of Putnam Valley, and County Executive MaryEllen Odell, Republicans all. More...

Momminia On Main To Bid Farewell

For nearly 20 years, Momminia on Main Street has been a prime destination for jewelry lovers in search of one-of-a-kind statement pieces. More...

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Civics and Politics

Village Sets Fees for SeaStreak

Ships like SeaStreak bring hundreds of visitors at a time to stroll Cold Spring’s Main Street and eat in its restaurants. More...

Continental Village: Downhill From There

If you make a left on Winston Lane just passed The Stadium Bar in Garrison, you’ll go down some pretty winding roads. Narrow and curvy are adjectives best used. Take a right onto Ox-Yoke road, and you’re going even further downhill. More...

ESP Gets Conservation Easement

ESP, Expanded Supply Products, has had its Conservation Easement approved by the Town Board. More...

Schools

Holidays Cause Abbreviated Calendar

Putnam’s 17,000-plus school children will be experiencing an abbreviated calendar next month due to a number of holidays. More...

High Achievers

SUNY New Paltz Allisen Casey of Cold Spring is among the new inductees of the SUNY New Paltz Honors Program for fall 2016. More...

Religious News

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

Desmond-Fish Library Hosts Community Conversations

Desmond Fish Library

The Desmond-Fish Library, in an effort to engage the public in their planning process, has started an initiative to host several “Community Conversations.” More...

History Celebrated at Museum Gala

Friends and members gathered for the festive occasion of the Putnam History Museum’s annual gala on Sunday, September 25. More...

Performances Set at Collaborative Concepts Farm Project

Collaborative Concepts

Oct. 1 marks the Mid- Run Reception of Collaborative Concepts 11th Farm Project at Saunders Farm. Sculpture, performance art, theater, and music mix it up at Saunders Farm in the spectacular landscape of the Hudson Highlands. More...

Commentary

Civic Participation in Philipstown & Putnam? Naysayers Want to Shut Down Opposing Viewpoints  Free Access 

Cunningham’s Corner

Of all the low and scurvy things that Legislator Dini LoBue has done, surely this is near the top. More...

Births

Thomas Rene Samuels IV

Thomas Rene Samuels IV was born Aug. 14, 2016, to parents Annalice M Gonzalez and Thomas R Samuels III. Maternal Grandparents are Stella and Rudolf Gonzalez of Putnam Valley. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Barbara C. Walker  Free Access 

Barbara C. Walker, age 95, of Garrison, died on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at her residence.  Born in New York, NY, on March 7, 1921 she was the daughter of the late Gerald S. and Dorothy (Thompson) Curtis. More...

Virginia Mikalsen

Virginia Mikalsen, a longtime resident of Lake Carmel, NY, passed away Monday, September 12, 2016, at her home in Pawling at the age of 75. She was born in Manhattan on October 6, 1940, to James and Helen (Adlum) Cotter. More...

Lisle Gilbert

Lisle Gilbert, age 74, of Waitsfield, Vermont died peacefully in his sleep on the morning of September 17th. Raised in Garrison, New York, Lisle was one of six boys born to Anne and O. Rundle Gilbert. More...

Weekly Poll

Do you think Putnam County should continue to fight the efforts of an out of town newspaper to get the identities of all pistol permit holders?
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