Tending Your Garden, "Dealing with Deer"

Coyote urine. Irish Spring soap. Pantyhose filled with human hair. Raw eggs. If you garden in Westchester, you’ve probably considered at least one of these "tried and true" approaches in an effort... Read more »

Under 14s Soccer Compete in Chicago

This past summer a team of fourteen boys flew to Chicago and represented the Villages of Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown in the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) National Games. Read more »

Why Pay More for Water than Oil?

Breaking news or is it? Today as gasoline hits the three dollar mark and surges above, bottled water in the United States can cost more than what you pay at the pump... Read more »

Remodeling? Go Green., Around the House

Remember the counter-culture movement of the 1970’s – Birkenstock sandals, organic gardening, macrobiotics, "The Mother Earth News"? Well take a look around now — it’s hit the mainstream in a big way. Read more »

Broadway Rumble Lights Up Tarrytown Stage

Lookout neighbors: Street gangs are about to hit Tarrytown! Well, the Tarrytown Music Hall anyway. They’re the Jets and the Sharks, and these rival ruffians will win you over with sensational song... Read more »

Stone Barns Center’s Third Annual Harvest Fest

On Saturday, October 14, Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture will hold its 3rd annual Harvest Fest from 10am-3pm at Stone Barns Center, located at 630 Bedford Road in Pocantico Hills. Read more »

Elsie Janis and the Manor House

Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow have always had its share of celebrities such as Washington Irving, John C. Fremont, John D. and William Rockefeller, Mark Twain (for a very short period), Jay Gould,... Read more »

Red Slider Coming To Town

Blair Hickson Riley’s (www.blairhicksonriley.com) first novel for children, Red Slider, will be released this month. Riley is a long-time resident of Tarrytown, and active member of the community. Read more »

Christian Science Lecture

What mental climate makes us feel the most comfortable? Particularly when we’re looking for healing? A climate of love, support and tenderness, right? Certainly, love promotes and expedites healing. Read more »

Music Hall Grant

Senator Nick Spano recently secured a $25,000 State Grant for the Tarrytown Music Hall, demonstrating his support and commitment to the arts in our community. Read more »