Sleepy Hollow Trustee Candidates Speak Out

River Journal reached out to each of the four candidates for the Sleepy Hollow Board of Trustees, offering an opportunity to express why residents should elect them. All four responses follow.  Village elections will be... Read more »

Dozens Take Icy Plunge for Gullotta House 

Nearly 50 hearty (crazy?) souls took to the frigid Hudson River on Saturday, February 13 at Kingsland Point in Sleepy Hollow to raise money for Gullotta House. The 2021 Headless Horseman Plunge raised more than... Read more »

Every Community Needs Their Own Covid Angels 

Town of Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner is what I would lovingly characterize as a mensch. The man drives a car that advertises his accessibility as a public servant, answers most – if not all –... Read more »

A Message from the Community – Covid Vaccine Pop-Up in Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow Registration Open

Vaccine Pop-up March 20 and April 17 The Villages of Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow are partnering with the Tarrytown School District & Rite Aid to host a pop-up vaccination clinic for those... Read more »

Candidate Forum for Sleepy Hollow Board of Trustees Set for Wednesday, March 10, 7 pm

The Rivertowns League of Women Voters and Mothers Out Front Westchester Rivertowns are co-sponsoring a candidates forum for the Sleepy Hollow Village Board of Trustees election. Four candidates are running for three... Read more »

The Magical Mini Village of Woodland Hollow 

An unusual community recently took up residence in Sleepy Hollow’s Douglas Park. Park-goers first noticed quaint fairy houses sprouting up among the trees around Thanksgiving. Little fanfare, other than a few social... Read more »

Wordless Books Foster Creativity  

When you think about reading a book, more than likely you default to the concept of reading words on a page. However, there is another technique to support literacy that ENL (English... Read more »

United Way Awards Ruth Taylor Scholarships Totaling $14,000 

Emma Kaishian of Sleepy Hollow among four Westchester grad students awarded scholarships to pursue degrees in social work and public health  United Way of Westchester and Putnam announced the awarding of $3,500 scholarships from... Read more »

Edge-on-Hudson to Open Waterfront Park, Restore Shoreline Access

RiverWalk Set to Restore Access to Half-Mile of Shoreline for First Time in Over a Century The Hudson is having a moment. Pedestrians and bicyclists flock to the recently opened shared-use path of... Read more »

Gullotta House Grab & Go Feeds Sleepy Hollow Families

On January 28th, Gullotta House spearheaded an effort to provide food for Sleepy Hollow families. Since September, volunteers have helped distribute 350 meals weekly to those in need at W.I. Morse School,... Read more »