Teatown Hudson River Eaglefest Hosts Record Turnout

Over 4,000 attended EagleFest, a banner year for Teatown’s event Teatown Hudson River EagleFest, the annual festival celebrating the bald eagle’s winter migration to the Hudson River, took place once again this... Read more »

Did You Know? … This Ground-Breaking Turkish Sportsman lived in Tarrytown

Spencer Robinson, a groundskeeper working at the Lyndhurst estate in the 1950s and 1960s, lived with his wife Nina in a gingerbread cottage near the Hudson River. His death in October 1965 went unrecorded in the local press.   But Spencer... Read more »

Briarcliff Girls Basketball Coach Don Hamlin Notches 400th Win 

With a 43-35 victory over Valhalla at home on January 28, the winningest coach in program history won his 400th game.  Briarcliff Athletic Director Chris Drosopoulos said, “Over the last 34 years, he has touched so many lives.... Read more »

RJ Eats – Thai Dishes 

Several years ago my travels landed me in Phuket, a tiny island off the coast of Thailand. The journey and jet-lag were brutal, but the food more than made up for the 22-hour flight. In true... Read more »

Edge-on-Hudson Reaches Major Milestones

First Residents Set to Move In, Model Homes to Open In the first quarter of 2020, the first residents are expected to move in to Edge-on-Hudson, in Sleepy Hollow. It’s a remarkable... Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month – Alana Lombardi

Alana Lombardi will be graduating from Briarcliff High School this spring, and her absence will likely be felt on the court, where she is the all-time leading scorer for her school among all players from... Read more »

Meet Josh Eisen: The Republican Running for New York’s 17th Congressional District Seat 

With so much media attention given to the hotly contested Democratic nomination to fill the retiring Nita Lowey’s congressional seat in NY-17, one could be forgiven for overlooking the sole Republican (as of press... Read more »

Nine Candidates Compare and Contrast at a Democratic Primary Forum 

The deep bench of candidates competing for Nita Lowey’s 17th Congressional District seat was on full display at Mercy College in late January. An enthusiastic audience of over 300 attended, the size of... Read more »

Decorating for the Darker Months … Let’s Get Cozy 

We’ve been pretty fortunate with this year’s mild winter, but there’s something about the short days that makes me want to stay inside.  I love being warm at home on a cold, dark night. ... Read more »

Letter to the Editor – Primary Election Registration

To the Editor: While Election Day seems far off, there are primary elections coming up much sooner. Voting in a primary election is your opportunity to help select your party’s candidate for... Read more »