Tea for Two… A Must Do Ruah Bed & Breakfast

Okay, so everyone speaks of a “bucket list” these days and we’re going to buck that mentality. No need to wait as summer wanes and fall awaits us. Take yourself, […] Read more »

Musings on Motorsports

  There are vacations to every part of this special globe we inhabit. Near and far. Extravagantly costly and budget priced. Action packed and reflectively peaceful. You think it, chances […] Read more »

In Irvington…Comprehensive Plan Update

On July 7th Irvington’s Comprehensive Plan Committee, consisting of the Mayor, four Trustees, Planning Board Chairman, Architectural Review Board Chairman and the Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman released a summary […] Read more »

Following Ferrari…Through Stages and Ages

I was 22 years old at the time and a lieutenant in the United States Army. Before being assigned to Germany, I took my final Stateside leave in New York. […] Read more »

Service and Community…Tarrytown’s Chief of Police Retires

“I was born and raised in Tarrytown and always interested in the Village. At [age] 18, I joined the Volunteer Fire Department and also became very active with the Tarrytown […] Read more »

“This Could Be…The Start of Something Big”

The inner Village of Sleepy Hollow has had ongoing problems with illegal apartments, overcrowding to the point of some rooms being rented by the day and in blocks of hours […] Read more »

Fore!… Golf’s Game of Tax Reductions

  To anyone associated with the game of golf, or those who live in communities with private golf clubs, it’s safe to say they are aware of the sense of […] Read more »

In Briarcliff…Q&A on Two Projects

Law Pavilion RJ: What is the estimated time frame for the completion of work on the Pavilion building? We have a fixed date of May 17th with penalties thereafter.  The […] Read more »

From River Journal…

This column used to be a regular feature, but like a favorite Uncle of mine was fond of saying, “Used-to died.” For the purposes of this Winter Issue we shall […] Read more »

Regarding Ossining’s Roundabout…Q & A with Mayor Gearity

This article is Part II concerning Ossining’s proposed “Roundabout.” Last month River Journal (RJ) discussed the local opposition to Mayor Victoria Gearity’s proposal for a roundabout in the historic business district. […] Read more »