Oct15. New times for viewing the regular monthly meetings of the Village Board on local TV.
Students and faculty from the Garrison and Haldane schools met with local biologists and Hudson Highlands Land Trust educators on Thursday, Oct. 14, to participate in “A Day in the Life of the Hudson” River, now in its 8th year.
Expresses interest in purchasing property
Public meetings don’t often captivate an audience’s undivided attention but last week’s gathering to discuss the draft version of Cold Spring’s new Comprehensive Plan was the exception.
Cold Spring Village Board Tuesday night (Oct. 12) lifted the restrictions on water usage
Village study finds one of Cold Spring’s dams in “unsound” condition and two more “inadequately maintained”
On Oct. 14 three Hudson Valley environmental groups will unveil their ideas for a federal role in building and restoring the region’s green infrastructure.
A jury has found Anthony Grigoroff guilty on all counts in the murder of Garrison garage owner John Marcinak
The Philipstown Conservation Advisory Committee (CAC) recommended at its Oct. 7 meeting that a hotly contested wetlands permit be granted to Robert Jordan.
On Sept. 30, narcotics officers, assisted by patrol deputies, arrested Nelsonville brothers Peter M. Smith and Jason Smith.
Hudson River Valley Greenway and National Heritage Area Announce Quadricentennial Legacy Grant Program
The Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area will distribute federal Quadricentennial funds to Hudson Valley communities to develop programs and events.
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.
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.