Croton Caring Committee Awarded $10,000 from Donn Gerelli Associates Insurance Agency

Part of Liberty Mutual® and Safeco Insurance® Make More Happen™ Awards Liberty Mutual and Safeco Insurance announced today that Donn Gerelli Associates Insurance Agency (DGA) has earned a 2020 Make More Happen... Read more »

New Digital Music Class Is a Hit with Students

One senior has decided to study music in college  Ten students at Croton-Harmon High School are the first to take a new digital music class. It’s taught by industry veteran Michael Weinstein, who... Read more »

Croton Coronavirus April 11 Official Update — Helping Others

CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings Read more »

Croton Rotary Student of the Month: Nicole Ross Can’t Stop Volunteering 

Each month the Rotary Club of Croton-on-Hudson honors a Student of the Month at their lunch meeting, at Yuka’s Restaurant in Croton-on-Hudson. Nicole Ross’s many accomplishments and community involvement earned her the... Read more »

Croton Coronavirus April 9 Official Update — EMS Guidance & More

Croton EMS Creates Public Service Announcements on Gloves & Masks Read more »

Families Adapt to a New Kind of ‘Home’ Room

Inside the Cyber Classroom “Marcus Academy” opened its doors this past Monday, as my son Brody Marcus began his first day of distance learning. He is a sixth grader at Blue Mountain... Read more »

Theme Day Ideas for Home Schooling Kids

As an early childhood educator, I came up with a list of 30 theme days to keep lessons and activities fun and focused. If you have more theme day ideas, leave them... Read more »

States of Emergency Declared in Croton-on-Hudson and Tarrytown

The following are letters sent by the office of Janine King, Village Manager of Croton-on-Hudson and Drew Fixell, Mayor and Chief Executive of the Village of Tarrytown State of Emergency is hereby... Read more »

Neighbors Helping Neighbors Help the Planet: How to Make an Entire Zip Code Carbon Neutral in 20 Years 

“How many cars do you drive?” our neighbors asked. And later, “How much red meat do you eat?”   My children slurped their lentil soup and stared at our lunch guests.  I thought,... Read more »

Local Teens Chosen to Attend ‘Students Inside Albany’ Program  

Lea Levine, an 11th grader from Croton Harmon High School in Croton-on-Hudson and Karen Alonso, an 11th grader from Roosevelt High School in Yonkers, have been chosen by the Rivertowns League of... Read more »