Irvington residents may reside on Bridge Street

Move over Main Street. Residents might see 19 new residential units and 4,000 square feet of new retail, restaurant and other business space along Bridge Street. Read more »

Irvington Field of Dreams:, Take Two

Irvington residents will experience déjà vu immediately after uttering their New Year’s resolutions. As early as January, the Board of Education may ask residents to vote on another bond referendum […] Read more »

Steeped in History, Hackley School Looks to Future

An institution steeped in history is looking to the future after a fire destroyed a building more than 100 years old. Hackley School, which sits atop the peak of Benedict […] Read more »

Educationally Speaking, What’s New in Public Education

The days are getting shorter – the nights, longer – and by now, summer is a distant memory for students in Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow, and Irvington, who returned to school […] Read more »

On Broadway – Wishes & Dreams Come True

Would you like to star in your own movie? Or meet NBA star Shaquille O’Neal? Neither of these requests seem far fetched for the nine professionals and over 400 volunteers […] Read more »

Cleanup at General Motors — On The Fast Track

Major actions involving the clean-up and development of Lighthouse Landing in Sleepy Hollow were imminent as this publication went to press last week. Lighthouse Landing is the former GM site […] Read more »

Nearly a Quarter of Public School Students English Limited

Sleepy Hollow – In a follow up to last month’s article on immigrants and illegal housing, River Journal took a look at the challenges facing the local school district. It […] Read more »

Sleepy Hollow Takes Action

As the topic of immigration heats up in our nation’s capital, the subject reverberates closer to home. The differences in language, communication and culture only serve to erect more barriers, […] Read more »

Coffee and…, Warner Library Expanding its Image

Change is afoot at the historic Warner Library as it launches a three-year $800,000 capital campaign to create a community center-like setting. One of the biggest changes, not set in […] Read more »