Doubletree Hotel Hits the Mark

At the check-in counter at the Doubletree Hotel at the foot of Rt/ 119 and South Broadway, guests are being greeted with an unusual gift to say “Welcome/” Awaiting them […] Read more »

Half Moon Restaurant to Set Sail

Irvington resident, Archangel (Angelo) Liberatore, and his Dobbs Ferry partner, Bruce Bernacchia, are set to open the Half Moon restaurant in Dobbs Ferry on a piece of waterfront property with […] Read more »

And the Game is Soccer

Ray Franklin’s story started in Liverpool, England where he was born and raised until the age of fifteen. By his own accounts he was a wisp of a child with […] Read more »

Steam Starts the 1899 Auto Industry

Most people that have lived in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown remember the long-standing influence General Motors had on our economy, population, and traffic throughout the Villages. Read more »

Weekdays or Weekends…The Castle is a Destination

One is hard pressed not to revel in the beauty, comfort and care afforded to those dining or staying at the Castle on the Hudson in Tarrytown. This distinctive building […] Read more »

Hackley 8th Grader Takes Wrestling Championship

Hackley School 8th grader, Justin Seim, won the 103-pound New York Private School Wrestling State Championships at Long Island Lutheran on February 16th. Read more »

It’s 10pm Do You Know Where Your Kids Are? Playing Soccer!

On Saturday January 26, from 9pm through 2am, 80 kids took part in what AYSO Tarrytown hopes will become an annual tradition: Soccer-Thon. At OnTrack Sport Center near the Tarrytown […] Read more »

Soccer Tryouts

U12 Girls Travel Team Greenburgh Bulldogs of the WYSL Coach/Trainer is Jon Feinstein, Hastings High School Girls Varsity Coach and former Division I player Saturday, May 19th from 5pm to […] Read more »

Needed Changes at the Chamber of Commerce

Thirteen year Sleepy Hollow Chamber of Commerce Board member, JoAnne Murray, a principal in the Allan Block Insurance group at 24 S. Broadway in Tarrytown, will become the new President […] Read more »

Tarrytown Police Department Toy Drive

Police Chief Scott Brown filled an "Incident Command" vehicle with precious cargo last month. The vehicle responds to emergencies in a multitude of forms, but on one special day it […] Read more »