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.
Will Cold Spring soon be known as Ã¢â‚¬ÂCold Spring on Hudson?Ã¢â‚¬Â That is just one of several controversial issues that the Special Board for the Comprehensive Plan will come to grips with
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
2,500 people came to Cold Spring on Sunday July 18 to enjoy the second annual River Festival at Mayor’s Park.
The Cold Spring branch of Wachovia Bank closed unexpectedly on Tuesday (July 20) after an unidentified odor prompted the staff to alert the fire department . . .
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.