Cold Spring’s driving problem dominated the village board agenda again last night (July 27), when Church Street residents sought remedies for speeding on a block where 20 children live.
Rep. John Hall launched his re-election on Saturday, July 24, asserting that \”somebody needs to stand up here and speak the truthÃ¢â‚¬Â about tough issues, including federal spending, climate change, and unpopular votes.
One driver was killed and another suffered injuries, though relatively minor, in a head-on collision about 4:30 p.m. Friday (July 23) on Route 9, just north of the intersection with South Mountain Pass,
By Liz Schevtchuk Armstrong An effort to restore 19th-century ambience to the 21st-century Cold Spring dock hit roadblocks recently as new critics raised old questions about lighting intended to reduce costs and make mountains and stars visible by night. A project led by the Hudson Highlands Land Trust (HHLT) and village government seeks to bring […]
The Putnam County Department of Health today (July 22) alerted area restaurants to a scam, perhaps part of a national fraud scheme, in which a caller claiming to be a Health Department employee attempts to schedule a bogus \”inspection.Ã¢â‚¬Â
An industrial process that illuminated 19th-century homes now casts a frightening shadow over the Hudson Riverfront as Cold Spring confronts coal tar — the dangerous residue left behind by a factory that turned coal into fuel for gaslights.
Philipstown officials this month launched an effort to consolidate the town’s fire departments and urgent-response medical units into a new, town-wide emergency services district.
A cafe and a tavern on Cold Spring’s Main Street suffered break-ins and thefts the night of July 13-14, each losing about $400 in money or equipment.