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 »

Franzoso Contracting Ranks in Top 500 Quality Remodeling Firms Nationwide

The 42nd Annual listing of the largest 500 remodeling firms in the US—the QR Top 500—is out, and Franzoso Contracting, Inc., of Croton-on-Hudson, is among the top 200. Franzoso Contracting […] Read more »