Home Field Advantage, Understanding Irvington’s New School Bond

The constant flooding and deterioration of Meszaros Field, the inability for athletic competition to be held on East Field, and the inadequate amount of tennis courts are issues that the Village of... Read more »

Year End Wrap Up, Sleepy Hollow in Motion

A "Sleepy Hollow News" bulletin addressed to residents in the Village encapsulates what has become Mayor Philip Zegarelli’s new motto, "Get it done." From the waterfront, to a new Senior Center, and... Read more »

A New Mausoleum

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery has begun construction of a community mausoleum that will accommodate 1100 burials and 300 cremations when complete in the Fall of 2007. Read more »

Peter Derby: The Bridge Street Way

For years, the idea of developing Bridge Street property has been informally discussed in the Village of Irvington but has seen very little action in getting things off the ground; however, with... Read more »

Sound the Alarm…, New Fire Stations’ Costs Increase by $1,400,000

Several years ago, Tarrytown Village Trustees were asked to consider building a two bay station that would house two fire companies, "Consolidated" and "Washington." It was to be built on Route 119... Read more »

Anything but a "Sleepy" Hollow

Momentum is visible within the Village of Sleepy Hollow. A number of grant awards have infused many ongoing projects that perpetuate the Village’s history. Read more »

Re-Creating Recreation, Tarrytown Department Expands Activities

Early this Fall, Tarrytown residents received the latest edition of the Parks & Recreation Department Schedule of Activities and Events for Fall and Winter. Read more »

YMCA Receives JC Penney Grant

The YMCA and the JCPenney After-school Fund together are helping more children than ever before to have access to quality afterschool programs. Recent studies show that 14.3 million children in the United... Read more »

Inside Irvington

The Board of Trustees of the Village of Irvington will hold a public hearing on November 20, 2006 at 8:00 p.m. at Village Hall, 85 Main Street, Irvington, NY to consider the... Read more »

Crossing the Thin Blue Line

The arrest of 37-year old Anthony A. Rypka, a police officer since 1998 and a police dispatcher prior to that, caught the Tarrytown Police Department completely off-guard. Read more »