When We Had Our Own Money In Town

Imagine going into a store and whipping out a Tarrytown ten dollar bill to pay for your groceries. Or maybe a five from Elmsford or a one from Sing Sing […] Read more »
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Get Ready for "Tappan Zee Station"

While residents are considering the new names of Lighthouse Landing and Ferry Landings, the New York State Department of Transportation has just entered the name of "Tappan Zee Station" to […] Read more »

A Tarrytown Tax Review

A number of Tarrytown Villagers have recently asked about the viability of meeting certain budget shortfalls with Village funds from what is known as a surplus account and a long […] Read more »

A Highlight of Great Community Service: Don Marra

While Irvington will soon be welcoming a new group of elected officials, it will shortly afterwards say goodbye to its much-revered Village Administrator, Don Marra. Read more »

Sleepy Hollow Negotiates New Police Contract, PBA Joins Teamsters & Clerical Union With Successful Agreement

The Village of Sleepy Hollow and the Police Benevolent Association (PBA) have entered into a contract agreement that will have long range benefits for the police and for Village government […] Read more »

Same Game, New Name

What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other word would smell as sweet. — Romeo and Juliet Although hardly a tragedy, the Irvington Democratic candidates […] Read more »
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Music Hall Award

What many residents of the river towns don’t realize is that Westchester’s oldest working theatre is the Music Hall in Tarrytown. This year the Westchester Arts Council has acknowledged the […] Read more »

Tarrytown Village Notes

The following are actions taken by the Village or the Tarrytown Board of Trustees: • Neperan Road Park construction has been completed. A new stone retaining wall is in, along […] Read more »
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Tarrytown’s Pick 4, Which Party Holds the Winning Numbers?

Tarrytown Mayor Drew Fixell, along with incumbent Trustees Tom Butler and Doug Zollo, will be running again for election this March. Clarice Pollack will not be standing for re-election and […] Read more »

A New and Larger Bridge Ignores Dollars and Sense

In the NYS Thruway Authority’s Alternatives Analysis report, nine of fifteen studied alternatives for a new Hudson River crossing were eliminated. A tunnel option was among those excluded. Read more »