A Tarrytown Family’s Legacy in Glass and Great Sandwiches 

One day in Pleasantville in the 1970s, sisters Patricia and Catherine Cavalieri sat their youngest sibling Joseph down for an impromptu stained-glass class. Little did they know they were inspiring a career that would lead to […] Read more »

The Difference Between Collecting Taxes and Refereeing Professional Wrestlers…, Collecting Taxes is Far More Dangerous

Behind a desk at Town Hall in Greenburgh, Receiver of Taxes Dave Dwinell sits dressed in a suit and tie. His days are spent in front of a computer screen […] Read more »

Fall Sports

With fall well underway, local Rivertowns are approaching the final stretch of the sports season. Both Irvington and Sleepy Hollow teams are having some successful seasons, with still a month […] Read more »

Marriage, Motherhood and Marathons

Julia McElroy is one of the few women of Westchester county to finish a Boston Marathon. She was in the top 100 women finishers, placing 94th with a time of […] Read more »

1,000 Points

Alex Scaros (r) and teammate Rory McDermott, take time after the game to pose for fans. Alex is holding the game ball he scored his 1000th point with. Saturday, January […] Read more »

Hackley Lacrosse

Hackley Lacrosse The girls’ lacrosse team at Hackley is off to a strong, successful season this spring. Already 8-0, the lady Hornets find themselves getting stronger as a team and […] Read more »

Hackley Wrestling

Go Hack! With the end of the season in sight, Hackley’s varsity wrestling team has a winning record. After a recent victory over Riverdale Country School, the Hornets went on […] Read more »