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Logan Tyler Flood  Free Access 

   Logan Tyler Flood, age 22, of Peekskill, died on Saturday March 27th. 2015. Logan fought substance abuse for 8 years of his short life. Full Story

Nightmare road conditions for Saturday evening motorists  Free Access 

   A combination of snow, sleet and freezing rain turned roads into ice skating rinks Saturday evening, resulting in dozens of crashes—many with personal injury. Full Story

Charles E. Hustis, Jr.  Free Access 

   Charles E. Hustis, Jr., age 57, of Cold Spring, died on Wednesday, March 25, 2015, at James J. Peter's VA Medical Center in Bronx, NY.  Born in Cold Spring on July 9, 1957 he was the son of the late Charles E. Hustis, Sr. and Carolyn D. Full Story

Knights of Columbus Easter Egg Hunt Rescheduled

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Putnam Asked to Investigate County Police

   Police officers in Putnam County may be wearing the same uniforms from Carmel to Cold Spring containing identical badges and patches if residents approve a merger of the county’s current two town and  two village forces along with the Sheriff’s Full Story

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Police identify Garrison man killed at Manhattan bus terminal  Free Access 

   A 67 year old Garrison man killed Thursday evening when struck by a bus inside the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan has been identified as Samuel Rodriguez. Full Story

William Vincent Walsh Mattessino  Free Access 

   William Vincent Walsh Mattessino passed peacefully at home on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at age of 27 from a congenital heart defect. He was born and raised in Cold Spring, and a graduate of Haldane High School before settling in Westerly, RI. Full Story

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Philipstown Mourns the Loss of Charlie Hustis  Free Access 

   Charlie Hustis, perhaps best known for being the familiar face behind the Cold Spring Pizzeria counter, passed away early this morning. Full Story

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