April 5, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Gallagher and Dunn Sworn In to Cold Spring Village Board

Cold Spring Village%27s newest trustees, Karen Dunn and Seth Gallagher, were sworn in to their positions as Village Trustees in a brief ceremony on Monday, April 3, 2006 at Village Hall. More...

200 Coordinators Needed to Give the Hudson River a Spring Cleaning from April 22-30

Scenic Hudson's 2006 Great River Sweep aims to remove 100 tons of trash

Fishermen and environmentalists survey debris along the Hudson River near the mouth of Fishkill Creek in Beacon. More...

Cold Spring Chamber to Host First Breakfast Mixer of the Year

The Cold Spring/Garrison Area Chamber of Commerce will host its first networking breakfast of the year on Thursday, April 20, 2006. More...

 

Arts and Entertainment

Taconic Postcard Club to Host Talk by Museum Curator Megan Hahn Fraser

The Taconic Postcard Club will be meeting on Tuesday, April 25, 2006 at 7:15 pm at the Yorktown Community & Cultural Center, Nutrition Room, 1974 Commerce Street. More...

Mixed Media Exhibit Opening at Belle Levine Art Gallery

The public is invited to join on Friday, April 21, from 6-8pm for the opening of the Belle Levine Art Gallery mixed media exhibit, Crossing Boundaries. More...

Salamander Sleuths and Frog Finders

On Saturday April 15, at 10 am, the Museum of the Hudson Highlands brings fascinating amphibians up front and center at, "Salamander Sleuths and Frog Finders." Come meet several live examples of salamanders and frogs and learn about their unique adap More...

Births

Isabella Rose Migliore

A daughter, Isabella Rose Migliore, was born on March 26, 2006 at Vassar Hospital, weighing 9 lbs. 8 oz., to Megan and Salvatore Migliore IV. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Barbara A. (Dahlia) Ford

Barbara A. (Dahlia) Ford, age 64, a lifelong Cold Spring resident, died on Monday, March 27, 2006 at her home. More...

Briefly Noted

Temple Beth-El Hosts Scholar in Residence Program

On Friday, April 7th and Saturday, April 8th, there will be a scholar in residence program with Gerald Schroeder at Temple Beth-El. Schroeder is an author, physicist, and Biblical Scholar. More...

Peekskill Pair Charged After Cocaine Sale to Undercover Deputy

Suspects flee from "buy and bust"

Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports the arrests of two Peekskill men for possessing and dealing illegal narcotics in Putnam County. Mr. Joseph Davis, aged 29 and Mr. More...

Putnam Office for Aging Holding SeniorNet Computer Programs

Putnam County Office for Aging is holding a free SeniorNet Computer Seminar on Wednesday, April 26th from 9 am 11:45am. It will be located at the William Koehler Senior Center, 180 Route 6 in Mahopac. More...

Historians Battle Bondi Administration over Hill-Agor Homestead Use Plans

Archaeological study halted amid findings it might interfere with Town of Carmel ball field lease

It appears that, for the time being, whatever is buried under the ground at the Hill-Agor homestead in Mahopac will remain buried; perhaps until the expiration of a ninety-nine year lease between Putnam County and the Town of Carmel. More...

Homeland Security and Local Officials Hold Indian Point Emergency Preparedness Summit

Congresswoman Organized Summit to Air Local Doubts About Plans to DHS

U.S. Congresswoman Sue Kelly and other area officials participated on March 22 in a government-level summit about Indian Point emergency preparedness plans with the U.S. More...

Pop Surrealism Art Adorns Walls of Putnam Valley Library as National Library Week Starts

Collin David, surrounded by his original paintings on display at the PV Library More...

Cold Spring Lions Club Sends $8,000 to Slidell

By the end of March 2006 the Cold Spring Lions Club has forwarded $8,000 to the Slidell Lions Club to be used by those in distress after Katrina. More...

Volunteers Clean Up Cedar Street Cemetery

Volunteers still needed to cut trees and clean other cemeteries Director Beth Zielinski (kneeling, far right) and girls from the Walter Hoving Home volunteered to help with the cleanup of the Cedar Street Cemetery More...

Focus on Philipstown

Schools

DCC Presents Distinguished Author on Eleanor Roosevelt and Human Rights

Blanche Wiesen Cooke, Professor of History and Women%27s Studies at John Jay College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and award-winning author on two books about Eleanor Roosevelt, will speak at Dutchess Community College on More...

Choral Music Through the Ages Presented at Marist

The Music at Marist Concert Series is proud to present a concert by the Marist Chamber Choir entitled "Choral Music through the Ages" on April 19 at 8pm in the Performing Arts Room of the Student Center. More...

Letters to the Editor

Residents Should Stand Up to Preserve Butterfield Trust

Concerned Citizens: Butterfield Hospital belongs to the residents of Cold Spring and Nelsonville, according to the Butterfield Trust. More...

Says Philipstown Again Denied Him Equal Protection and Due Proceess

Dear Editor: This letter is written at a moment of great concern in the interest of the public real property tax payers%27 in the town of Philipstown because Terio%27s subject 5-acre vacant land is not although it should be on the Philipstown 2006 a More...

Texas Two-Step Doesn't Work in Philipstown

Editor: I was recently out on Main Street and overheard a conversation regarding Mr. Bondi%27s Letter to the Editor last week. Apparently, Mr. Bondi is very upset at Mr. More...

Sports News

"Opening Day" in Putnam Valley Town Park

"Opening Day," April 1, 2006 is about more than just Baseball and christening a new ball field in Putnam Valley%27s Town Park. It%27s about mothers and fathers and grandparents spending quality time with their sons and daughters. More...

Weekly Poll

How extensive should parking changes be in downtown Cold Spring?




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