Oct15. New times for viewing the regular monthly meetings of the Village Board on local TV.
Students and faculty from the Garrison and Haldane schools met with local biologists and Hudson Highlands Land Trust educators on Thursday, Oct. 14, to participate in “A Day in the Life of the Hudson” River, now in its 8th year.
Philipstown remains so interested in the former Butterfield Hospital that if Putnam County cannot purchase the site, the town will explore alternatives for doing so.
Public meetings don’t often captivate an audience’s undivided attention but last week’s gathering to discuss the draft version of Cold Spring’s new Comprehensive Plan was the exception.
Cold Spring Village Board Tuesday night (Oct. 12) lifted the restrictions on water usage
Village study finds one of Cold Spring’s dams in “unsound” condition and two more “inadequately maintained”
On Oct. 14 three Hudson Valley environmental groups will unveil their ideas for a federal role in building and restoring the region’s green infrastructure.
A jury has found Anthony Grigoroff guilty on all counts in the murder of Garrison garage owner John Marcinak