Are you in agreement with the Philipstown board changing the law so that you have to apply for a permit to use private property for events?
Focus On: Codename Wildcard Free Access
How will dynamic forester Jason MacDougall survive a Rambo-escape from North Korea, battle PTSD, and become the nemesis of a Soviet Trojan Horse op to destroy America from within? Full Story
Which part of the Independence Day celebration are you most excited about?
PCNR Scholarship Winners Awarded $10K Free Access
The PCNR awarded ten scholarships worth $1,000 each to seniors throughout Putnam County. Scholarships were based on essays, as well as high school transcripts. The ten winning scholars, and their essays, are linked below. Full Story
Independence Party Goofs
Both former Legislator Sam Oliverio and Putnam Valley Councilwoman Jackie Annabi, the town’s current deputy supervisor, have been endorsed for Putnam Valley Town Supervisor by the Independence Party. Full Story
Main Street Accident Case Adjourned to July
Christopher Giglio, 43, appeared in court on June 10; charged with facing a charge of 1192-4, operating a motor vehicle while impaired by drugs. The charge is the result of the car accident on Main Street in Cold Spring in May. Full Story
Do you think the planters outside Whistling Willies pose a safety hazard, as some on the Village Board suggest, or is this government overreach?
Felony Criminal Mischief Lodged Against Cold Spring Man
A Cold Spring man is facing incarceration in a state penitentiary for allegedly using a rock to smash a window in his ex-wife’s car that was parked in a service station lot in Cold Spring. Full Story
MTA kicks off railroad safety initiative
In the wake of numerous railroad fatalities at grade crossings throughout the region, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) kicked off a safety initiative Wednesday afternoon urging the public to “Wait for the Gate.” Full Story
Nelsonville Remembers Marlene Bowman
At the end of the Nelsonville monthly meeting Monday night, Village Clerk Pauline Minners read a resolution honoring the memory of Marlene Bowman. Full Story