FROM BASEBALL TO BURRITOS — The former Stadium Restaurant on Route 9 in Philipstown is expected to re-open as the El Coyote Bar and Restaurant in two to three months. Ron Napolitani, a real estate developer in Croton-on-Hudson, told The Current he purchased the property and leased it to El Coyote, which also operates three “authentic, gourmet” Mexican restaurants in Connecticut. Known for its sports memorabilia, The Stadium closed in 2017. (Photo by Michael Turton)

TALKING SHOPS — Cold Spring Trustee Lynn Miller, Putnam Legislator Nancy Montgomery, Lydia Langley and Philipstown Town Board member Judy Farrell attended the Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce breakfast on Jan. 15. (Photo provided)

LESSONS FROM LEONORA — For the seventh consecutive year, second-grade students from the Brooklyn Charter School transformed The Country Goose into a classroom as they conducted research for reports on rural transportation. “They were amazed that Cold Spring doesn’t have a subway system or a bus service,” reported proprietor Leonora Burton, seen at left. (Photo provided)

LEARNING TO LEAD — Putnam County legislator Nancy Montgomery and Roberto Muller, Philipstown’s Climate Smart Community coordinator, on Jan. 12 gave members of Scout Troop 137 a tour of Town Hall. (Photo provided)

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