June 1, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Marathon Issues Haunt Village

The Comprehensive Plan Special Board met Thursday, and most discussion centered on the Marathon site and its future. More...

Haldane Students Find ‘Trouble in Tumbleweed’

This Friday, June 3, students at the Haldane Middle School will give two shows of “Trouble in Tumbleweed,” a play written by Tim Kelly, inspired by Nicolai Gogol’s “The Inspector General.” The performances, directed by M More...

Settlement Reached

Feds Will Pay for Old Albany Post Road Repairs

After years of back and forth and funding uncertainty, a settlement has been reached that will preserve the historic nature of Old Albany Post Road but also allow Philipstown to recover $135,000 in federal funding for repairs and upgrading. More...

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Civics and Politics

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Cold Spring Chamber Works on New Website

The Cold Spring Chamber of Commerce met Thursday morning at the Foundry Café, to network over omelets, blueberry muffins and coffee. More...

From the Village of Cold Spring

Village to Flush Hydrants More...

Community

Religious Services

BEACON HEBREW ALLIANCE Conservative Synagogue 331 Verplanck Ave., Beacon Rabbi Josh Wohl More...

The Church on the Hill is Growing

The Church on the Hill’s members have started an outreach gardening program to help people who are in need. They are calling it “Sowing the Seeds of Love.” More...

Croton Jewish Center Consolidates with First Hebrew

After months of planning, the consolidation of Croton Jewish Center with First Hebrew Congregation became official this month. More...

Sports News

Blue Devils Down Schechter 4-1 to Reach Sectional Final

Kinnaird’s One-Hitter Stifles Lions, Tuckahoe Up Next

The Class C baseball and softball finals will both feature the Tuckahoe Tigers and the Haldane Blue Devils, as Haldane's baseball team knocked off visiting Solomon Schechter in a semi-final match up played at Mayor's Park. More...

Health

Educating Orthopedic Patients Before Surgery

Patients facing joint replacement at Hudson Valley Hospital Center may find the prospect a little less intimidating thanks to a new hospital program that prepares them for surgery and recovery. More...

Focus on Healing Potential

Dr. Marianne Messina, holistic chiropractor will present a compelling approach to “Increasing Your Innate Healing Potential” at the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison on Tues June 7, at 7pm. More...

Breaking News - 6/7/2011 6:37 PM

Lady Blue Devils head to state tourney!

Two wins in regional as girls softball team advances

 The Haldane girls softball team is headed to the state tournament, after wins Tuesday afternoon in the regional tourney. More...

Butterfield’s Future:

Here Come the Judges

Sitting derelict for more than 10 years, the former Butterfield Hospital site, located on Paulding Avenue in Cold Spring, promises future workspace for Cold Spring government personnel. More...

Cold Spring Lions Club Names Mothers of the Year

In a deeply moving ceremony held at the Chalet on the Hudson Restaurant, the Cold Spring Lions Club announced the winners of their annual Mothers of the Year contest. The winners are Kerri Ferri, Daniele Mitchell, and Chantal Lisikatos. More...

Memorial Day 2011

Hundreds Take Part in Memorial Day Parade

The rain held off as hundreds of veterans, Girl and Boy Scouts, emergency personnel and dignitaries marched in Cold Spring’s Memorial Day Parade. More...

Neighbors Upset at Prospect of Foodtown Expansion

Neighbors of the Foodtown plaza say they fear the planned expansion of the Foodtown shopping plaza is now being rushed through without sufficient consideration for the neighborhood and without review of other possible options. More...

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Focus on Philipstown

Arts and Entertainment

Offerings Abound at Boscobel

The Hudson River Valley is the birthplace of American Art. For more than 200 years artist have been inspired by its beauty. More...

Chekhov’s ‘Seagull’: Romance and Artistry

“The Seagull,” the first of the dramatic works that established Anton Chekhov as a major playwright and an innovator who reinvented the craft of playwrighting, opened a 4-weekend run this month at the Philipstown Depot Theatre. More...

LIVE MUSIC CALENDAR

FRIDAY JUNE 3 MICHELLE LeBLANC w/ TOM KOHL Division St. Grill, 26 N. Division St., Peekskill SATURDAY JUNE 4 GREG PHILLIPS Whistling Willie’s, 184 Main St., Cold Spring WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 More...

Schools

Blessing of the Autos and Car Show

The St. Columbanus Council of the Knights of Columbus will be hosting their Inaugural “Blessing of the Autos & Car Show” this Saturday June 4 from Noon to 4pm. The event will be held at St. More...

Strategic Approach to Doing More with Less

The Putnam Community Service Network, an educational program of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Putnam County, is offering a workshop on the Strategic Approach to Doing More with Less – How to Weather the Economic Downturn. More...

The High Achievers

…CHRISTOPHER FRUMENTO of Cold Spring was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering at the 143rd Commencement exercises at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) on May 14. More...

Letters to the Editor

Fundraiser For The Arts

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Thank You Senator Ball

To The Editor: On March 11, my husband Robert and I met with Senator Ball and his staff concerning our daughter Alexa. More...

Can You Speak Orwellian?

To The Editor: More...

Briefly Noted

~TALK of our TOWN~

I t’s only the first of June but it seems as if summer is already in full swing. Thanks to The Highland Garden Club of Cold Spring for planting the lovely floral display at the foot of Main Street. More...

Motorcyclist Injured in Cold Spring Crash

A New Jersey cyclist was airlifted to the Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla Saturday evening after he was struck head-on by a car driven by an 18-year-old Cold Spring youth who was later arrested. More...

Neighbors Help Cops Apprehend Putnam Valley Burglary Suspect

Several residents of Sprout Brook Road in Putnam Valley observed a man carrying a large screen television from a neighbor’s home around 4 pm. More...

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