Partner Content: Beware the Start of Tick Season

Happy Spring River Journalers! Today I’d like to share some tips on how to modify your yard to decrease the chances of ticks residing on your property and infecting your […] Read more »

Muffins with a Hill of Blueberries for Spring

The promise of Spring is finally here but the weather is still chilly enough to turn on your oven and bake. These muffin gems will change your morning routine without […] Read more »

Croton Firefighters Honored on 130th Anniversary

New York State Senator Pete Harckham honored the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department on its 130th anniversary at a special celebration recently, and awarded a Senate proclamation to its longest serving member, […] Read more »

Croton Artist Nicole Stamps Paints Furry Friends

Bailey’s portrait is bright and whimsical. His ears droop, his colors pop, and his soul shines right through. “I sort of feel like my dog can be magical,” Nicole Stamps […] Read more »

Op-Ed: Opposition to Eliminating Croton Village Court

I live in the Village of Croton-on-Hudson, New York. Our Village Manager, Brian Healy, recently proposed eliminating the Village Court in Croton.  I am strongly opposed to this proposal. Mr. […] Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Cortlandt’s Position on Croton Justice Court

Town of Cortlandt Position Statement on Village Court Dissolution In response to recent articles and editorials published in local publications, I thought it appropriate that the Town of Cortlandt provide […] Read more »

Clearwater’s Strategic Plan to Re-Envision the Clearwater Festival

The Clearwater Festival (AKA The Great Hudson River Revival), which has been held annually in support of the Clearwater organization’s mission, is undergoing a re-envisioning process to create an event […] Read more »

‘And if you should survive to 105′

Look at all you’ll derive Out of being alive’  Margaret Lukavic was born on Jan. 13, 1917, in Perth Amboy, N. J.  to parents born in Budapest, Hungary.   At age […] Read more »

Croton-on-Hudson Receives NYSERDA Grants to Reduce Firehouse Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The Village of Croton-on-Hudson’s Sustainability Committee has announced that the Village recently won several grants, totaling $110,000, under the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) Clean Energy […] Read more »

Taghkanic Chorale Welcomes New Singers for Spring Season

Rehearsals for the Taghkanic Chorale’s Spring concert have begun, and new singers are invited to join. The concert program “Across the Vast Eternal Sky” features the ethereal music of Ola Gjeilo […] Read more »