I knew right off that my interview with Leona Dushin would be interesting, to say the least. How could it be otherwise?
Public comment on the draft Comprehensive Plan for Cold Spring came to an end at 8:25 p.m. on Oct. 21.
Sports-related concussions receive increased attention both locally and nationally.
By Michael Turton Haldane High School will be featured on Madison Square Garden Television (MSGTV), Channel 14 on CableVision, Tuesday, Oct. 19 at 7:00 p.m. Haldane will be featured on High School Journal, a 30-minute program focusing on activities at regional secondary schools. Principal Brian Alm said that about 70 percent of the upcoming […]
The formal public hearing to review the draft Comprehensive Plan for Cold Spring got underway on Oct. 14.
The Philipstown Conservation Advisory Committee (CAC) recommended at its Oct. 7 meeting that a hotly contested wetlands permit be granted to Robert Jordan.
The hour glass has been turned on end and the final countdown has begun for Cold Spring residents to comment about the future of their village.
Osborn Castle, one of the most eye-catching landmarks in the entire Hudson Valley, is receiving some extra attention these days.
At its Sept. 16, 2010 meeting, the Planning Board directed consultant Ron Gainer to prepare a resolution approving the new plans for the property, known to most as “Guinans,” contingent only upon his review of Part 3 of the Environmental Assessment Form (EAF) required by New York State.
Tom Cunningham, Haldane’s new Athletic Director, Dean of Students and Director of Health and Physical Education for grades K-12, recently spoke with Philipstown.info’s Michael Turton.
Major Ben Martinez is no stranger to Cold Spring. Last year he was assigned to Afghanistan and having completed his tour there Major Martinez returned to the US and recently visited family and friends in Cold Spring.
Shedding light on mental illness
Robert and Karyn Jordan want to build a house and they own property on which to build it. That may be the only simple chapter in this story.
Good food is good. Great, fresh, local food is even better
Sept. 7. School board trustees unanimously approved entering into a $2,264,900 Energy Performance Contract with ConEdison Solutions.