Tarrytown’s Jazz Forum’s Year 5: ‘We’ve Upped Our Game’ 

On a narrow side street hidden from Tarrytown’s main drag is a gem of a jazz club that’s been attracting the top names in the genre for the past half-decade.  […] Read more »

Irvington’s Cinderella Castle on the Market for $1.7 Million

A castle drawn from the pages of a fairy tale is awaiting its next chapter.  Villa Keen in Irvington, with its coat of arms, stained glass doors, cathedral ceilings and […] Read more »

Village of Ossining Wins $7 Million State Grant for E-Bike Sharing Program 

The Village of Ossining has been awarded $7 million from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority to fund an e-bike sharing program here and in surrounding river […] Read more »

The Ossining Church That Climbed a Hill 

St. Paul’s On-The-Hill had a steep uphill climb to reach its home high atop Ganung Drive in Ossining since its founding in the 1830s.  The Episcopal church was founded some […] Read more »

Ossining Restaurant Shuttered Last Summer has New Owner

The Briar’s, an Ossining restaurant that closed last summer after decades of serving local patrons, has new owners who plan a top-to-bottom reboot.  The cozy inn on North State Road […] Read more »

Irvington Boat Club Settles Dispute with Tappan Zee Constructors 

More than four years after the Irvington Boat & Beach Club’s pier was smashed by a runaway construction barge, the club and Tappan Zee Constructors have settled a dispute over […] Read more »

Briarcliff Writer’s Latest Collaboration: Michael K. Williams’ Posthumous Memoir

A posthumously released memoir by actor Michael K. Williams, who created groundbreaking Black characters on shows like The Wire, Boardwalk Empire and Lovecraft Country, was co-written by Briarcliff Manor author […] Read more »

Briarcliff Manor Writer’s Novels Have Roots in the Tree Streets 

Longtime Briarcliff Manor resident Tom Leihbacher has published his second book, Summer Up!, a novel set in his hometown.  Metro-North commuters might spot Leihbacher working on his books during his […] Read more »

Sleepy Hollow Painter Brings Creative Support to Sing Sing, County Jail

On her first day leading an art therapy session at Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Ossining, Jane Hart didn’t know what to expect.  “About 12 men filed into the room […] Read more »

Ossining’s New Village Seal Reflects its Past and Future

A controversial symbol of the Village of Ossining’s past will begin receding into the rearview mirror this fall, with its new seal appearing on municipal vehicles and buildings.  The new […] Read more »