Shining a Bright Light on the Power of Solar  

Croton-on-Hudson’s legacy of political and social activism forged a century ago has been more recently buttressed by its role in ​battling to cap a waterfront dump and repelling a gas […] Read more »

Croton Business Council’s Take-Out Promotion Is Meal Ticket for Restaurants  

During these unprecedented times, it’s no surprise that the hospitality industry has been hit hard. Take a trip to N.Y.C. and you’ll see the devastating sight of boarded, vacant store–fronts. Entire neighborhoods that used to house bustling cafes, restaurants […] Read more »

Progressive Slate of Long-time Crotonites Receives Democratic, Working Families Endorsements for Village Offices 

IN MEMORIAM It is with profound regret and condolences that we note the sudden passing of Croton-on-Hudson Trustee John Habib (pictured at left). See HERE for details elsewhere on this […] Read more »

Statement on the Passing of Village Trustee John L. Habib

The Croton-on Hudson Board of Trustees and Village staff are heartbroken by the tragic passing of our friend and colleague, John L. Habib. John was a citizen of the world […] Read more »

Croton100’s Art Contest Honors Earth Day 2021

Croton100, an all-volunteer community-based environmental action group based in Croton-on-Hudson, is holding an Earth Day 2021 Art Contest, with the theme Nature is Us.   Artists of all ages are welcome to submit […] Read more »

Clean Energy, Lower Bills Are Stars of Croton’s New Solar System

A core group of 50 homeowners in Croton-on-Hudson are participating in a community solar project to provide them with clean, locally-sourced energy to reduce electric bills and emissions.   In early January 2021, the Village of Croton-on-Hudson’s Department of Public Works (DPW) marked the […] Read more »

Teatown Kicks off 17th Annual EagleFest Celebrating Return of the Bald Eagle to the Hudson Valley

Weeklong virtual event Jan 30- Feb. 7 with limited socially distanced programs at Teatown Teatown’s Hudson River EagleFest, the annual festival celebrating the bald eagle’s winter migration to the Hudson Valley, […] Read more »

Serious Indulgence: Baked-By-Susan’s Classic Chocolate Treat 

When my boys were little, I would marvel at how long it took me to pull out their winter coats, hats, matching mittens, and extra socks. I would spend more time bundling them up than they would actually spend outside, but, despite the effort, […] Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Help Stop Political Gerrymandering

Dear editor, If this past election has taught us anything, it’s that each of our votes truly matters and must be counted. To make sure that a fair election process […] Read more »

Life After IBM: Perfecting the Science of Virtual Festivals 

Jim Christensen has been passionate about creativity from a very young age. Inspired by his father, the Croton-on-Hudson resident was developing his own photography in his own black & white wet dark lab by the time he was 10.     In adulthood, his creativity […] Read more »