“Charity Talks” to Leaders of Good Causes 

Irvington High School student Brooke Dunefsky is quite the remarkable teenager. At age sixteen, she decided to dedicate her time to creating a non-profit podcast called “Charity Talks,” where people can learn about charities and the people directly... Read more »

Gullotta House Grab & Go Feeds Sleepy Hollow Families

On January 28th, Gullotta House spearheaded an effort to provide food for Sleepy Hollow families. Since September, volunteers have helped distribute 350 meals weekly to those in need at W.I. Morse School,... Read more »

Sleepy Hollow Teacher Creates Sustainability Card Game  

Sleepy Hollow Middle School science teacher Michael Garguilo has a passion for both educating his students and spreading the message of sustainability. “Environmentalism has always been one of my passions,” stresses Garguilo. “Our... Read more »

750 Unknown Soldiers Are Newly Saluted – by Name 

American flags that now grace hundreds of gravesites at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery honor previously unidentified Veterans, thanks to the efforts of Eagle Scout candidate Robert Delvecchio of Boy Scout Troop 22 of the Tarrytowns.    With help from the cemetery Superintendent Jim Logan, Robert was able... Read more »

Say Hello to the Agents of Change: Equity, Diversity, Inclusion 

If you are a minority-owned business, CLICK HERE to respond to the survey by the Equity and Diversity Committee of the Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce Renewed demands for racial equity... Read more »

A Special Softball Player Scores a Special Honor  

With excitement in her voice, SUNY Cortland alumna Jamie Bucci recalls the day she found out she was named to the All-Decade team of the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC). “It’s such an honor,” says... Read more »

Cortlandt Resident Turns Lyme Disease Pain into a Business Helping Others

As an adventurous child, Meghan Ward loved exploring the outdoors. Growing up on Long Island, the threat of deer ticks is high and commonly found in the wooded and grassy areas where... Read more »

Irvington Teen Used His Down Time to Dream Up a Clothing Brand, Naturally

A lover of art, fashion, and the environment, 15-year-old Brice Pierce of Irvington took advantage of his time off from school due to Covid-19 to create something that would be both inspiring and beneficial for others: he launched... Read more »

Black-Owned Restaurants in the River Towns to Order From Right Now

On June 19, we celebrated Juneteenth, the ending of slavery in 1865 and continue to educate ourselves about our history. It is our responsibility to listen, learn, and take action in order... Read more »

5 Off the Beaten Path Places to Spend Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, there’s a chance to do something extra special for your sweetheart. While some may opt to shower their special someone with roses and gourmet chocolates,... Read more »