June 26, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Deluxe, Historic Properties Are Filling the Local Market

High-end and historic properties are at the forefront of the Philipstown real estate market lately. The historic Fish Mansion, which Kim Elliman described as “a disaster waiting to happen” is located on the Glenclyffe property. More...

Lions In The Dark, But Undaunted

Monday night, the Cold Spring Lions Club met at Cathryn’s Tuscan Grill to elect a new slate of officers. During the dinner portion of the meeting, the sky outside transitioned from light to dark, as ominous clouds gathered over Cold Spring. More...

Ed Cleary, Continuing a Philipstown Tradition

Longtime Nelsonville resident Ed Cleary’s heart is filled with patriotic pride. Cleary is a lay minister and has been a longtime member of the historic Cold Spring Baptist Church (now the Church on the Hill), since he was a child. More...

Talk of our Town

I ndependence Day is almost upon us. Next week’s PCN& R will be distributed on Tuesday, July 2, so as to avoid any mailing delays over the July 4th holiday. More...

Bear Mountain Site of Tragic Drowning

Bear Mountain State Park was the scene of a terrible accident Monday, when a 16-year-old high school student from Brooklyn drowned while visiting the park with a school group. More...

Weekly Poll

County legislators reviewed the Butterfield project and a senior center in a historic meeting last week. Where should the senior center be?
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