Sleuthing by the Cold Spring Police Department retrieved an expensive bicycle several weeks after it was stolen and gave the alleged thief an appointment with the local justice court, according to information from Commanding Officer George Kane. In a written report to the Cold Spring Village Board Aug. 10, Kane noted that, among other […]
By a margin of only 2 votes, residents of the North Highlands Fire District approved the purchase of a new pumper/rescue truck.
The Butterfield Library has installed a new book return at the rear parking lot.
With primary election day coming up on Sept. 14, the Putnam County Board of Elections wants to give voters a chance to practice; bringing sample voting machines to Philipstown.
Thanks to Grace and Benny Zaken there may soon be one less empty storefront on Main Street in Cold Spring.
Part of Cold Spring and Route 9D south to Bear Mountain suffered a power outage Friday night. The lights went out abruptly just before 8:00 p.m when a large tree fell over power lines on Route 9D just south of Indian Brook Road.
The Putnam County Chambers of Commerce have begun a letter writing campaign to lobby public officials for a more streamlined process of business development approvals.
On Thursday and Friday, August 5 and 6 the New York Blood Center will be accepting blood donations at the North Highlands Fire House at 504 Fishkill Road.