April 6, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Mayor Suggests 50% Pay Hike

At the conclusion of a routine Workshop meeting last week, which focused primarily on the pending Village repairs, reelected Cold Spring Mayor Seth Gallagher proposed a mayoral salary increase of $5,000, in addition to other suggestions for salary in More...

Haldane Track Transitions from Winter to Spring

Haldane’s track team wrapped up a successful and somewhat staccato winter schedule and now is preparing for the spring season. More...

Schools

Boscobel in the Spring

Whether you love gardening or relish history, Boscobel has a special event just for you. More...

China to the Great Wall and Beyond

Take an exciting journey to China through a photography/ video photo-fusion excursion at the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison on Sunday, April 10, at 2pm. Beth Tango, local photographer and artist, will take you there. More...

Galef Calls for Publishing School, Municipal Union Contracts

Assemblywoman Sandy Galef’s newly introduced bill (A. 4957) with Senator Martin Golden (S. More...

Letters to the Editor

Firearms in Town Meetings

To The Editor: I am writing to express my support for the proposal by the Town Board to prohibit firearms at town meetings. More...

False Accusations?

To the Editor: More...

Ask the Senator

To the Editor: It’s good to know that our State Senator, Greg Ball, figured out where Philipstown is. More...

Sports News

Haldane Opens Spring Slate

Softball team edges North Salem 1-0 behind Lisikatos

The weather was exactly what you would expect in Cold Spring on March 29, cold and blustery. Down at Mayor’s Park, the wind was ripping right off the river at over 20 miles per hour. More...

Pushups for Charity Event at Dutchess Stadium

In a new video, former President George H.W. Bush strongly encourages all Americans to participate in Pushups for Charity. He wants everyone to “get fit, have fun and make a difference.” More...

Football Camp Set for June

Joe Namath, a member of the NFL Hall of Fame, will conduct his football camp this summer at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, CT. More...

Healthy Putnam is Number One

Putnam County has received a gold star for having the best overall health outcome rating in New York State. More...

Town Zoning Documents Now Available to Public

The final version of the proposed Philipstown Zoning Law, which has consumed town politics for months, is now available for the public to review. More...

St. Philip’s Church in the Highlands

Finding Common Ground in Community

Philipstown has not one, but two Episcopal churches, St. Mary’s—in the heart of Cold Spring, and St. Philip’s, on Route 9D in Garrison. More...

Surprise 90th for Haldane’s Buffalo Soldier

On Monday afternoon, Haldane students filled the entrance hallway of the high school, waiting to celebrate beloved custodian Sanders “Matty” Matthews 90th birthday. More...

Cold Spring Budget Hearing Thursday

Village Hall Meeting Set for 7pm

The Board of Trustees for the Village of Cold Spring will hold a public hearing on Thursday, April 7, 2011 at 7:00 pm at Village Hall, 85 Main Street, Cold Spring. More...

Arts and Entertainment

Ariane One-Act Festival at the Depot Theatre

The Ariane One-Act Festival, which is dedicated to the memory of actor, activist, mother, and friend, Ariane Orenstein, who died in March, will be presented at the Philipstown Depot Theatre in Garrison’s Landing on April 8, 9, and 10. More...

West Point Band: The Intimate Concerto

Master Sgt. Christian Eberle and Sgt. 1st Class John Parrette will present a recital of music for bassoon, clarinet, and chamber orchestra. More...

Live Music CALENDAR

FRIDAY, APRIL 8 THE DISTANT RELATIVES 9pm, The Barking Frog, 436 Fishkill Ave., Beacon FRIDAY, APRIL 8 DEAD END 7-9pm, Tom & Jerry’s Pub/ Maggie’s Restaurant, 987 Rt. 6, Brewster SUNDAY, APRIL 10 More...

Community

Highland Garden Club Goes to Macy’s Flower Show

Members of the Highland Garden Club of Cold Spring took the train to New York City on Tuesday, March 29, to see the flower show at Macy’s, which was spectacular. More...

St. Philips’s White Elephant Sale Set For Saturday

Plan to shop for amazing bargains this Saturday, April 9, at the St. Philip’s Nursery School White Elephant Sale. More...

Jaymark’s St. Jude Jewelry Fundraiser

James Matero visited Haldane school on Wednesday to demonstrate how he uses a computer to create a design that can then be made into a wax model, a mold, and eventually a finished piece of jewelry. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Robert W. Maddox

Robert W. Maddox, 70, of Princess Anne, returned to his Home with the Lord, on April 2, 2011. Born March 28, 1942, in Cold Spring, he was the son of the late Robert Charles Wood and Virginia Maddox. More...

Weddings/Engagements

Engagement

Kira Culotta and Kevin Semple

ShirleyAnn and Raymond Culotta of Cold Spring are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Kira Culotta to Kevin Semple, son of Richard and Marsha Semple, also of Cold Spring. More...

Briefly Noted

~TALK of our TOWN~

The Spring 2011 PCN&R Area Guide is hot off the presses and chock full of ideas for having a great time here in the Hudson Highlands. More...

Patterson Flea Market Will Open Sunday

The Patterson Flea Market will open for the summer season on Sunday, April 10 and run every Sunday through October. It’s the oldest and only continuously running flea market in Putnam County. More...

Mah Jongg Tournament and Class

Join the Mah Jongg Tournament now in progress on Mondays at 7pm; large cash prizes; refreshments; prorated fee. Learn to play Mah Jongg: class runs 10 weeks, every Thursday beginning April 14, from 7 to 9pm, $25. More...

Poll

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