Museum-Quality Art Exhibit by Local Seniors  

It was one of those dreary, rainy late-spring days when a colleague and I pulled up to Kendal-on-Hudson, a senior living community in Sleepy Hollow. I had received an email from one... Read more »

The Supermen and Clark Kents of the River Towns

  We all know how Clark Kent, the mild-mannered reporter for the Daily Planet, would transform into Superman to fight crime and keep the citizens of Metropolis safe. Although we don’t have... Read more »

$750K in Hudson River Recreation Grants for Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow 

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has earmarked $1.1 million in grants to be used to increase storm resiliency and for recreation projects along the Hudson River, including $750,000 for projects along the Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown... Read more »

Briarcliff Mayor Reaches Out to DOT about Conditions of Route 9A

The following letter was sent by Briarcliff Manor Mayor Steven Vescio to New York State Department of Transportation Commissioner Marie Therese Dominguez on Monday, July 8. Included with the letter were over... Read more »

Briarcliff Resident’s BBQ Sauce Wins International Crown

Briarcliff resident Michael Vincent and his partner David Mundis had been trying to create the perfect BBQ sauce since their college days at Colgate. In 2014, they entered their ThunderSnout Classic Red... Read more »

Golf Course Property Tax Bill Is Not Likely to Pass

Legislation meant to allow higher tax rates on New York golf courses looks as though it will come up short this year. Still, the lawmakers behind it vow to try again with a... Read more »

Tarrytown Resident Moving Mountains for Multiple Myeloma 

About ten years ago, David Janes, a 20-year resident of Tarrytown, became involved in raising money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). He was drawn to the organization because his grandfather... Read more »

Did You Know? – Inspired by Washington Irving

200 years ago, Washington Irving’s The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent., was published serially over the course of 13 months, between 1819 and 1820 – and changed the course of American culture. The Sketch Book, as it... Read more »

BMS Engineering Club Takes 1st and 2nd Place at Rube Goldberg Machine Contest 

The Briarcliff Middle School Engineering Club again participated in the Rube Goldberg Machine Contest held at White Plains High School on March 31. The contest enables students of all ages to compete through the machines they have imagined, designed and created... Read more »

ArtsWestchester’s ArtsBash Set for May 16 Featuring More than 20 Top Chefs

ArtsWestchester’s is bringing together chefs from more than 20 top area restaurants for an evening of food, fun and art including Chef David DiBari, Restaurateur John Crabtree, and “Restaurant Hunter” Rob Petrone... Read more »