Getting Underway in Tarrytown

Tarrytown’s Major Projects Reviewed: A visit with Village Administrator, Michael Blau, puts an update on major village activities and where they now stand. Read more »

Wilson Park Developer Dispels Bankruptcy Rumor

For a couple of months, a rumor has been afoot that the Wilson Park project may be in the process of bankruptcy. River Journal called the parties involved and found that WCI... Read more »

Tarrytown Music Great Carmen Leggio Honored

On August 9th the city of Peekskill threw its second annual Jazz and Blues festival that featured many different area performers and musical groups and attracted an audience of several thousand listeners. Read more »

Forward Looking — What’s Up and Down in Tarrytown

Michael Blau, Tarrytown’s former and current Administrator, was asked in a recent interview how it feels to be back at his old stand as Village Administrator. Read more »

Super-Sized Supermarket Planned on Route 119

On June 4, at the Glenville Fire Department, some 50 local citizens listened carefully as Mark Weingarten, a lawyer from the White Plains firm of Del Bello, Donellan, Weingarten, Wise & Wiederkehr,... Read more »

Doubletree Hotel Hits the Mark

At the check-in counter at the Doubletree Hotel at the foot of Rt/ 119 and South Broadway, guests are being greeted with an unusual gift to say "Welcome/" Awaiting them is a... Read more »

Ta Dah!, First Look at Tarrytown’s New Village Hall

For anyone who has been going to the current Village Hall at 21 Wildey Street for various business or tax matters, or the Police Department at l50 Franklin Street, the difference between... Read more »

A “Boatel” is Proposed for the Tarrytown Waterfront

National RE/sources, the Connecticut development firm, will be asked to present ideas for a 120-room hotel on the Tarrytown waterfront, near their current Ferry Landings project, to both the Village Trustees and... Read more »

Read to Me

In his reading debut with many of the Village’s young people at the Community Opportunity Center, Mayor Fixell passed muster with K-3rd Grade students. Read more »

National Green Select Day, All in the Family for the Faheys and Maddens

Tarrytown resident, Thomas Fahey, President and CEO of T.F. Andrew/Carpet One, with stores in both New Rochelle and Tarrytown, has announced that through the store’s affiliation with the large buying chain, Carpet... Read more »