The Civil War blasted back into Cold Spring on Friday afternoon when police closed a portion of Main Street and detonated a cannonball in Mayor’s Park.
Guy Fawkes has become potentially explosive again, thousands of miles from London — right here in Philipstown.
Local officials optimistic about continued good relations with federal, state and county after elections.
Cold Spring’s aging water system warrants attention thanks to Soon-to-be obsolete household water meters.
Philipstown’s complicated route to an updated zoning code took another turn this month with dissemination of a new draft
About 50 people trooped into the apple orchard at Boscobel on Saturday night (Oct. 16) to seek blessings for the trees.
A U.S. Postal Service representative assured residents Tuesday night (Oct. 19) that the USPS plans to keep a post office in Cold Spring
Cold Spring cops will get a new set of wheels, thanks to the Village Board’s unanimous vote last week authorizing the police department to buy a fully equipped 2011 Ford Crown Victoria
The long-simmering antagonism between Mayor Seth Gallagher Tuesday and Trustee Airinhos Serradas flared openly again last Tuesday.
Expresses interest in purchasing property
Village study finds one of Cold Spring’s dams in “unsound” condition and two more “inadequately maintained”
The Cold Spring Village Board Tuesday (Oct. 5) moved ahead on efforts to allow residents to install higher fences as protection against the \”neighbor from hell Ã¢â‚¬Â¦ dog from hell Ã¢â‚¬Â¦ dumpster from hell.Ã¢â‚¬Â
Cold Spring’s latest dark-skies lighting Saturday (Oct. 2) at the Hudson River waterfront produced curiosity and public support.
The Cold Spring Village Board last week granted the first waivers for payments in lieu of providing off-street parking.
Clear weather vied with stubborn showers in Cold Spring late Friday afternoon, following days of storms that refreshed a dry Hudson River Valley but played havoc with electrical lines and road travel.