A Tale of Two Villages – Croton Watch Company

When I first moved to Croton-on-Hudson in 1986, I was roped into contributing a dollar to a raffle, and, lo and behold, I won a Croton Watch! It’s been a prized possession of mine all these years. The Croton Watch Company had its... Read more »

Loving Locavore – Saucy, Herby, Sour(dough) 

The River Towns are home to a smorgasbord of outstanding artisanal food and drink makers. Here are three more local, passionate crafters of high-quality tastiness.  Dave Mundis and Mike Vincent, frat brothers at Colgate University, were... Read more »

Chamber of Commerce Announces Strong Support for Indian Point Decommissioning Project

The Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday announced its support for the sale of Indian Point by Entergy to Holtec International for the purposes of decommissioning. The announcement comes after... Read more »

‘He Always Made Everyone Feel Special’ – A Tribute to John Habib

A memorial to celebrate the amazing life of John Habib will take place at Senasqua, one of his favorite Croton parks, on April 11 from 2pm-4pm.   I had only known John Habib for just over a year. In that one short... Read more »

Tompkins Mahopac Bank Rolls Out Food Truck Friday Schedule for 2021 

Food Truck Fridays are headed back to the Hudson Valley this spring. Including one on May 7 on Beekman Ave in Sleepy Hollow to benefit Community Food Pantry of Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown.... Read more »

Rep. Jones Visits Ossining to Highlight American Rescue Plan’s Lifeline to Small Businesses and Health Centers 

On April 5, Congressman Mondaire Jones (D-NY) visited the Town of Ossining to highlight the transformative impact of the American Rescue Plan, the $1.9 billion COVID relief bill he helped get passed... Read more »

Awards for Sleepy Hollow’s New Development 

Selected from among nearly 1000 entries, Edge-on-Hudson, the innovative mixed-use, transit-oriented community in Sleepy Hollow, has won the 2021 Gold Award for Multi-Family Community of the Year at The Nationals℠.   Sponsored annually by... Read more »

Mystery Continues to Surround a Yeshiva Congregation’s Plans for Briarcliff Manor Property

The recent purchase of a former Pace University campus in Briarcliff Manor has raised some questions from local residents and officials. First among those questions is what the Monsey-based Yeshiva of  Viznitz D’Khal Torath Chaim, Inc.... Read more »

2021 Westminster Dog Show at Lyndhurst Will Not Be Open to Spectators 

The sounds of barking will still ring through the air at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Lyndhurst Estate in Tarrytown in June. But what will be missing is the sound of spectators.  In a... Read more »

Rock to Rubble: Howard Stern’s One-Time Studio Faces Wrecker’s Ball

A rundown shack on a dusty Briarcliff Manor street where “The King of All Media” launched his career may soon be reduced to rubble. The two-story building on Woodside Avenue that once... Read more »