‘Monster Project’ Unites Irvington Students in Unique Learning Experience

In a collaborative effort, Irvington Middle School eighth graders crafted unique, hand-sewed stuffed animals for a group of Hawthorne Elementary School first graders, who provided them with sketches of their […] Read more »

Performance at Ossining Public Library Highlights Iconic Figures Speaking on the Holocaust and Human Rights

On Wednesday, January 31st the Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center (HHREC) and the Ossining Public Library hosted a live theatrical performance of Letters from Anne and Martin, a unique […] Read more »

Historic Hudson Valley Receives Federal Grant for Philipsburg Manor Millpond Restoration

A $438,979 Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) will help Historic Hudson Valley restore and dredge the millpond at Philipsburg Manor, a […] Read more »

Public Schools of the Tarrytowns’ Little Scholars Celebrate the 100th Day of School

Students at John Paulding School and Winfield L. Morse School celebrated their 100th Day of School on February 12, 2024. These young scholars began their day as they normally do, […] Read more »

Kidney Chain Reaction Gives Gift of Life 

Five years after receiving a life-saving kidney, Leesa Thompson is dedicating her days to helping others find their own miracles.    “Living donors make miracles happen,” Thompson says. [February is Donor […] Read more »

A Slice of Portugal Thrives in Tarrytown 

After World War II, many Portuguese immigrants arrived in Tarrytown seeking steady income.   “The men worked at GM [General Motors] and the women took sewing jobs on Central Avenue,” said […] Read more »

African Women’s Education Fund Unveils 20th Anniversary Logo by CHHS Artist

The African Women’s Education Fund is celebrating the beginning of its 20th anniversary year in style, with a reception at the Croton River Artisans Gallery on Sunday, February 25, between […] Read more »

Croton-on-Hudson Named a NY Pro-Housing Community

On February 7th, 2024 the Village of Croton-on-Hudson was officially designated as one of the first 20 Pro-Housing Communities in New York State. The designation gives the Village priority consideration […] Read more »

‘Art of Resistance’ Exhibition Honors Black History Month

The February 24 event will include performances from 10 local spoken word artists Read more »

Citizen Ann of Croton: A Life Rich in Public Service

Ann’s accomplishments have established and set a direction for the Village for years to come. Read more »