Briarcliff Manor’s Phil Zegarelli Looks Back and Forward 

With a career that includes a hitch in the Navy, corporate postings around the world, and decades in government, it’s hard to imagine a more diverse career than Philip Zegarelli’s.   Although known for... Read more »

Is Route 100 North County Trailway Crosswalk Safe Enough?

When the state rebuilt Route 100 from Millwood to Briarcliff Manor, it added improved connections with the North County Trailway to accommodate scores of pedestrians and cyclists traveling the busy corridor.    As... Read more »

Briarcliff to Yeshiva: Plans Not Ready for Referral

Briarcliff Manor’s Board of Trustees rebuffed a request by a lawyer for a Monsey-based congregation to refer its application to open a yeshiva on the former Pace campus to the village Planning... Read more »

Westchester’s Largest Solar Canopy System Completed

Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers and Ecogy Energy, along with local and state officials, held a ribbon cutting ceremony Sept. 14 to celebrate the completion of the solar canopy system on the Catholic order’s Ossining campus.   The 2,184 panel system, consisting of 12... Read more »

Briarcliff Names Acting Village Manager as Search Nears End

Former treasurer Robin Rizzo has been appointed Briarcliff Manor‘s interim village manager as the search winds down for a permanent replacement for Philip Zegarelli.  Rizzo’s appointment, which begins Oct 1, was announced by... Read more »

Briarcliff Development Plans Could Shake Up Downtown Dining 

One of downtown Briarcliff Manor’s commercial fixtures would be demolished and the one next door remodelled under the owner’s proposed plans, shaking up the restaurant scene along a busy stretch of Pleasantville Road.   Croton-based Matra Realty... Read more »

Are Bike Paths the Road to the Future?

In a suburb where cars rule the road, will spending millions to create a network of bike and pedestrian paths change the way we get around town, while simultaneously fueling recreation, tourism... Read more »

Tide is Turning on Tarrytown’s Waterfront

A pair of development proposals that could reshape the Tarrytown’s waterfront have launched the debate over what residents and officials envision for the area’s future. A four-story “luxury boat hotel” could rise... Read more »

Solar energy program turns homes into virtual power plants

A pilot program is offering Westchester County homeowners an opportunity to not only generate their own solar energy, but also to store it at home to keep their lights on during power... Read more »

What’s in a Name – The Serpentine Tale of Inningwood Road

Bicycling the quiet back roads is an ideal way to catch glimpses of what Westchester was like before the county became part of The Suburbs. The old farmsteads, ponds, and woodlands that... Read more »