Institutes of Applied Human Dynamics Honors Essential Workers with Virtual Fundraising Event

“Honoring Our Heroes” pays tribute to the unsung heroes of the Coronavirus Pandemic On June 30, Tarrytown-based The Institutes of Applied Human Dynamics, Inc. (IAHD) honored their essential workers who fought on... Read more »

Salvatore DiPillo: Long-Time Area Resident, Dies at 93

Salvatore DiPillo – (10/17/1926-06/30/2020) Was called Home to God at the age of 93. Cherished husband of Rita (nee) Levesque. Beloved uncle to many nieces and nephews. Proud godfather to 13 godchildren... Read more »

Op-Ed: BLM and BTB Protests in Tarrytown – A Missed Opportunity for Unity

(Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on Facebook) Yesterday in Tarrytown we had a counter-protest (Back the Blue – BTB), and a counter-counter-protest (BLM). Both took place in Patriot’s Park, within shouting... Read more »

Mobile Audio Tours for New Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge Path

When Governor Andrew Cuomo opened the new shared use path on the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge on Monday, he announced that free mobile audio tours for walkers and bikers across the... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: New Bike & Pedestrian Path on Mario Cuomo Bridge

The new bike/pedestrian path on the Mario Cuomo bridge is spectacular. I enjoyed my first experience crossing the bridge by bicycle and was thrilled with the spectacular views and beautiful path. Hundreds... Read more »

Sleepy Hollow High Schools Students Lead Rally to Bring Attention to Social Injustice and Fight for Change

If anyone doubts the power of student voices for change, they need look no further than the rally held in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown this Saturday, June 13. The event was conceptualized... Read more »

‘Figuring It Out and Making It Work’ 

  What does a typical day in your home office look like?  I go to my school office two to three days a week, but a work–from–home day starts about 7:30 a.m., by setting up my laptop, Chromebook, headphones, and... Read more »

Coping with Coronavirus: A Grim Business Made Ever So Grimmer 

The truth of this pandemic was coming in our door every day.” That is how Carmine Carpinone, the owner of Dwyer & Michael’s Funeral Home, in Tarrytown, concisely captures the grim reality... Read more »

Navigating the Path Towards College as a Latina (Navegando el camino hacia la Universidad como una Latina)

(Editor’s note: This article appears in both English and Spanish) This summer, I am mentoring hard-working high schoolers as they are about to go through the college application process. I feel inspired... Read more »

Regeneron Starts First Human Trial in US of a Medicine for Treating and Preventing COVID-19

Tarrytown-based Regeneron Pharmaceuticals announced it started administering an antibody cocktail on patients on June 10 that might treat and prevent COVID-19. The first medicine of its kind tested on humans in the... Read more »