Rt. 9D Accident Ends With Car in Woods
Rescue personnel responded to a motor vehicle accident on Route 9D near Dick’s Castle Road at 8:21 AM Friday. The accident occurred when a car moving south swiped a pole, various signs and the stone wall, then crossed the center line. Full Story
Dissenting lawmakers question legality of transporting senior citizens to meeting Free Access
Two members of the Putnam Legislature want State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to investigate whether or not the county acted properly by transporting a bus load of senior citizens from the Cold Spring area to Carmel in order for them to attend Full Story
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Lisle Gilbert Free Access
Lisle Gilbert, age 74, of Waitsfield, Vermont died peacefully in his sleep on the morning of September 17th. Raised in Garrison, New York, Lisle was one of six boys born to Anne and O. Rundle Gilbert. Full Story
Household income declines in 2015, but Putnam still leads Hudson Valley
Despite the fact that median household income declined in Putnam last year to $90,538, the county continues to have the highest income in the Hudson Valley. The U.S. Full Story
Do you think the Continental Village tax issue will ever be solved?
Meaning of Ruling in Gun Permit Case at Issue, as Court Tells Putnam to Turn Over Names Free Access
A New York appeals court has found that Putnam County is obligated to turn over the names of more than 11,000 people who hold concealed carry permits. Full Story
Last attempt to derail Senior Center fails at Legislature Free Access
Scuccimarra: 'You people are spiteful'
One final attempt by opponents to derail the Cold Spring senior center project failed Wednesday night, but not before heated exchanges between lawmakers opposed to the project and those in favor permeated a meeting room at the County Office Building Full Story
Linson Over Hilpert in Race for Judge Free Access
Primary Day had registered Democrats, Republicans, Conservative, Independence and Green Party voters all casting ballots in a variety of political races across Putnam. Full Story
The U.S. Coast Guard is reviewing a proposal to establish more anchorage sites on the Hudson for barges and ships. What do you think?
Julia A. Hustis Free Access
Julia A. Hustis, age 75, of Nelsonville, died on Thursday, September 8, 2016 at her residence. She was born in Riverside, NJ, on March 2, 1941. She was predeceased by her mother Adelaide (Joachim) Walthy. Full Story
What should be done with the public restrooms in Cold Spring on Main?
Police Identify Those in 3-Fatality Wreck at State Line Free Access
Updated with new info
Police have identified those killed in a single car crash at the state line that occurred after a police chase. Full Story
Construction on the Pudding Street overpass won't start until 2019. What are your thoughts?
Sylvio G Nastasi (Mush) passed away on August 24th at St Luke's Hospital in Newburgh. Sylvio would have been 89 this December. Sylvio was born in Cold Spring in 1927. He worked for his Father James (Jimmy the mason) Nastasi. Full Story
Have you done back-to-school shopping yet?
Commotion at the Bear Mountain Bridge
The entrance to the Bear Mountain Bridge in Continental Village resembled a cops and robbers thriller early Monday when police and emergency responders converged on the span following reports received of three men climbing the bridge’s east tower.The Full Story
Philipstown Justice Alan Steiner to step down next month
One of Putnam’s most prominent attorneys and current Philipstown Town Justice and Acting Cold Spring Village Justice Alan Steiner will be stepping down from his judicial posi Full Story
Putnam Valley has banned smoking at parks and beaches. Should Cold Spring do the same?
Felony charges lodged for defacing Garrison bridge
Defacing a bridge with graffiti is no laughing matter in the eyes of the law, as two northern Westchester teens found out Wednesday. The Sheriff’s Department arrested John Darling, 18, and a 17-year-old, both of Cortlandt Manor, for allegedly sp Full Story
Given the legislature's recent move to table, do you think a new Senior Center will ever become a reality in Cold Spring?
Oppressive heat and humidity to continue Free Access
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The weather service said the heat index throughout the region ranged from 105 to 110 degrees–making Saturday the warmest day of the year. No relief is in store for Sunday and Monday won’t be much better. Full Story
Two dozen moms and their kids participate in Big Latch On
Two dozen of Putnam’s breastfeeding moms from both the eastern and western sections of the county traveled to Carmel FD headquarters Friday and participated in the Big Latch On. Full Story
Monsoons cause havoc across Putnam
Drought-like conditions quickly evaporated over the weekend when monsoon-type rains pelted the region, causing disruptions. Full Story
Cops: Cold Spring burglar traveled by train to village
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The arrest of a Dutchess County man last week in connection with the alleged burglaries of businesses throughout Cold Spring as well as communities in southern Dutchess and northern Westchester reads like a script from a feature crime thriller. Full Story
What's your verdict on the Cold Spring Sidewalk Project?
Residents Air Concerns on Road Resurfacing Free Access
Philipstown residents took to Facebook in recent days to talk about the road resurfacing throughout town that has left what many believe is too much loose gravel.The resurfacing is not a full repaving, but rather, a step down from that. Full Story
Josephine Pidala Free Access
Josephine Pidala, age 87, a lifelong Cold Spring resident died on Thursday, July 28, 2016 at her residence surrounded by her family. Born in Cold Spring on September 30, 1928 she was the daughter of the late Joseph J. Full Story
Two men seriously injured in Garrison crash
Two men suffered serious injuries Tuesday in a one-vehicle crash on Route 9D, one mile south of Route 403, in Garrison. The crash took place around 1:20 p.m. Full Story