Tarrytown’s Youngest Police Officer Gets a Special Day to Remember 

Tarrytown’s Police Department welcomed kindergarten cop Officer Ethan to their ranks in February during a special ceremony and day planned for the young resident.   Outfitted in a customized blue uniform […] Read more »

Flash Mob Takes Over Patriot’s Park to Raise Funds for Kids’ Club

Shoppers standing in line to grab apples and fresh bread at the TaSH Farmer’s Market this weekend got an unexpected Halloween treat. Dancers in black and white, some wearing wigs, […] Read more »

New Bookshop Blooms on Beekman

Since posting the Sleepy Hollow Bookshop sign in the window of 95 Beekman Ave., founder Leah Bloom has seen a lot of excitement from neighbors, tacked on with the same […] Read more »

Winter Stroll Returns to Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown

After a successful debut in 2021, the Sleepy Hollow Tarrytown Chamber of Commerce will bring back its Winter Stroll on Dec. 3. The stroll extends festivities after the TaSH Holiday […] Read more »

Anti-Bullying Musical Features Young Tarrytown Performer

A new children’s musical from Random Farms Kids’ Theater is set to debut this fall at schools around Westchester. #JustBeYou tackles cyber-bullying, with the core story centered around an app […] Read more »

Art and Its Impact on Social Change

After completing a spring residency at Bethany Arts Community, dance company Flyaway Productions returns this fall with “Apparatus of Repair,” the powerful final installment in a trilogy that explores themes […] Read more »

Local Teen Brings Smiles and Health Kits to Kids with Diabetes

An Ardsley teen is working to make life with type 1 diabetes easier on local kids. Alexandra Malkin, a rising senior at Ardsley High School, started T1D Kits for Kids […] Read more »

Tarrytown YAI Breathes New Life Into Day Hab

Tarrytown’s YAI (Young Adult Institute) day habilitation facility, which services people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), has recently launched exciting new programming for its members. Along with a multimedia and […] Read more »

Local Authors, Local Books: Irvington Writer Unlocks the Mystery of Her Family

When Irvington’s Robin Dellabough opened up her packet from 23andme, she was eager to learn more about her background and ancestry. What she saw challenged everything she knew about her […] Read more »

Coffee Shop Run by Developmentally Disabled Kids to Open in Sleepy Hollow 

A new coffee shop is opening in Sleepy Hollow this fall, and it comes with a meaningful cause. Sleepy Coffee, the coffee business run by kids with developmental disabilities in […] Read more »