July 4, 2012 RSS feed / Civics and Politics

Supreme Court Ruling Sparks Local Comment

More change predicted

Last week’s Supreme Court ruling that upheld most key aspects of President Obama’s health care overhaul clearly isn’t the final word, as doctors, politicians and citizens review what it means. More...

MEETINGS This Week

WEDNESDAY JULY 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY - Federal Holiday Cold Spring Community Day MONDAY JULY 9 6 pm Putnam Valley Planning Board  7 pm Cold Spring Zoning Board of Appeals  TUESDAY JULY 10 7:30 pm Cold Spring Board Week More...

Cold Spring Village Announcement

During the month of July, the Village of Cold Spring Highway Department will pick up brush and lawn debris on Wednesday, July 11th. More...

Maloney Wins for Dems

Area Democrats have spoken. Cold Spring’s Sean Patrick Maloney will challenge incumbent Congresswoman and Westchester physician, Nan Hayworth (R-19) for the newly-drawn 18th congressional district. More...

15 Firefighters Join the Ranks

Cold Spring and Putnam Valley with new recruits

Putnam’s proud tradition of volunteerism in emergency services is alive and well. More...

Saland Defends Gay Marriage Vote

Speaks during local fundraiser

Tom Rolston hosted an informal party at his spacious home in Cold Spring Sunday evening to give people the opportunity to meet State Senator Stephen Saland, who will represent the region for the first time as part of his new Senate district. More...

Cold Spring 4th of July and Community Day Event Schedule

10 a.m. Mekeel’s Corners Chapel Association service celebrating America’s birthday, located at the intersection of Routes 9 and 301, in Philipstown. 3 p.m. More...

Weekly Poll

How concerned are you about the recent burglaries in Cold Spring?
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