Sleepy Hollow Police Officers’ Pay

Dear Editor, Do the Village of Sleepy Hollow’s police officers deserve to be some of the lowest paid officers in Westchester County? Everyday our police officers keep our streets safe. Read more »

River Day Festival at Van Cortlandt Manor

River Day is a festival-style event with an emphasis on hands-on activities that teach children and adults about the area’s fragile watershed, and how 18th- century HudsonValley residents performed such […] Read more »

fiori garden design

Sheri Silver, president of fiori garden design, has been creating residential and commercial gardens since 2002. She is certified by the New York Botanical Gardens and is a member of […] Read more »

Tricia Nostrand Gonzalez

A mass was celebrated for Tricia Nostrand Gonzalez, a lifelong resident of Tarrytown, at the Immaculate Conception Church on June 24. In his homily Monsignor Mazza talked about God’s grace […] Read more »

TNT Lady Legends

The TNT Lady Legends competed in the Westchester Senior Softball League this spring. The Westchester Senior Softball League is an under-15-years-of-age league. Read more »

An International Experience At Home

The EF International Language School of English in Tarrytown, has many students seeking host families this summer. EF is the world’s largest English Language School and has been in Tarrytown […] Read more »
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Long Awaited Neperan Road Improvement To Begin

A project that was first uncovered and reported in December of 1997, has been modified and will get underway within the next month. Under the Pilla administration, plans to widen […] Read more »
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John Claredon Twitty

We wish to acknowledge the passing of John Claredon Twitty, born on January 17, 1919 in North Tarrytown. He served honorably in the United States Army during World War II […] Read more »
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Outreach to Cuba’s Jewish Community

Patricia Neuwirth, who owns Hudson Homes Realty in Tarrytown, joined with seven other people and recently visited Cuba in an effort to support and encourage its small Jewish community. Read more »

Il Sorriso

The month of May brought new ownership to Il Sorriso at 5 N. Buckhout St. in Irvington. William Winstanley is the new owner, succeeding Frank and Maria Salvi, who owned […] Read more »