Irvington residents may reside on Bridge Street

Move over Main Street. Residents might see 19 new residential units and 4,000 square feet of new retail, restaurant and other business space along Bridge Street. Read more »

New Center for Sleepy Hollow Senior Citizens

Monday, October 22, was a wonderful day for the Sleepy Hollow (formerly North Tarrytown) Senior Citizens. Over 100 Seniors witnessed the ribbon cutting ceremony of Phase One of the new Sleepy Hollow... Read more »

Former Mayors Night in Irvington

Forty-two years of Irvington leadership and history was literally on center stage at The Irvington Town Hall Theatre on Friday evening, September 28. A capacity crowd came to listen to six former... Read more »

One Hundred Year Update

When a hole in the ground appears in Tarrytown, surrounded by work trucks, it is usually the phone company or an electrical service. Lately, however, many of the holes are the result... Read more »

Fitting a New House to its Neighborhood

Article X of the Village of Tarrytown Zoning Code, is a new addition to help keep Tarrytown from being overwhelmed by the relatively new practice of tearing down houses and replacing them... Read more »

Correction

In the September issue, the article on Wilson Park stated that the Findings Statement was written by Alee, King, Rosen and Fleming. The Findings Statement was actually prepared by BFJ Planning. Read more »

Cost of a College – Priceless

Claims that Fordham University had been approached by a Muslim cultural institute to create a mosque and school on Marymount’s Tarrytown campus appear unfounded at this time. Read more »

A Ten…, With the Potential to be a Twenty

The intensity of the fire (started by lightning) that engulfed Hackley’s Goodhue Memorial Hall had not been seen in over 20 years according to 1st Assistant Chief Patrick Derivan. Read more »

Tarrytown Expansion Continues with Wilson Park’s "Findings" Statement

To the list of major developments now concurrently being completed in Tarrytown, we must now add the acceptance of the Wilson Park FEIS and finally, the drafting of the project’s "Findings" statement. Read more »

Irvington’s “River Chick” Organize for Charity

A very imaginative and innovative group of Irvington businesswomen have organized their five businesses to develop projects that will benefit various charity events in Westchester. Read more »