Teatown to Celebrate 19th Annual Eaglefest on Feb. 4

Teatown’s Hudson River EagleFest, an annual festival celebrating the once endangered bald eagle’s winter migration to the Hudson River, returns on February 4, 2023 (snow date February 5). The event […] Read more »

‘Poor People’s Campaign’ Organizer to Speak in Croton on MLK Sunday   

Services begin at 10 am, followed immediately by a coffee hour. All are welcome. Read more »

Cortlandt and Croton Republicans Issue Call for Potential Candidates

Interested parties can contact the party Chairs prior to Feb.10, 2023 to set up a time to meet with the campaign committee.  Read more »

A Marine Bred in Croton on Hard Work and Humility  

A Croton-on-Hudson native is serving in the U.S. Marine Corps alongside naval aviators who learn the skills they need to fly missions around the world.  Maj. Brendan O’Donnell, a 2007 Croton-Harmon […] Read more »

Cortlandt and Croton Democrats Issue Call for Potential Candidates

As November’s elections slide into the rearview mirror, Democracy rolls on, and the Cortlandt Democratic Party and the Croton Democrats are beginning preparations for the November 2023 election cycle. For […] Read more »

Croton-Harmon Voters Approve Schools’ Future Facilities Project

The $45.5 million project addresses current infrastructure-related items, preserves the integrity of school buildings and property, and creates student learning spaces that allow for collaboration, creativity, and future-driven teaching and learning. Read more »

Cornelia Cottons to a Life of Fullness   

Cornelia Cotton’s house stands on a hill in the Mount Airy section of Croton-On-Hudson, its angular shape a clear tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright.   Its owner, a minor celebrity in […] Read more »

‘Mac Truck’ Food Drive Extends Charitable Run 

Mac Taylor, a 9th grader at Croton-Harmon High School, captained a food drive for the October Harry Chapin Run Against Hunger that collected from local schools an estimated 50-plus bags of […] Read more »

Shortbread Cookies When You’re Short on Time 

One of my favorite childhood memories was going through my mother’s recipe box and choosing what Christmas cookies we were going to bake that year. I grew up with three […] Read more »

From Hastings to Croton, NYC Cyclists Tour the River Towns

At 8 a.m. on a brisk Saturday morning, a crew of 16 from the NYC Adventure Cycling Club loaded up their tents, sleeping bags, cooking utensils and whatever else they […] Read more »