Letter to the Editor: Response to ADU Concerns in Tarrytown

[Ed. Note — This letter was submitted to River Journal in response to a letter from a local resident. You can see her letter HERE.]  Dear Ms. McCarthy, Thanks for […] Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Concern with Tarrytown Housing Affordability Task Force

[Ed. Note — This letter was sent to the Tarrytown Board of Trustees by the writer. Ms. Phillips-Staley is one of the trustees. A response to the letter was received […] Read more »

Tarrytown Poised to Become the Permanent Home of the Historic FDNY Fireboat John D. McKean

Having served the FDNY for almost 60 years, the Fireboat John D. McKean found itself under the care of the Fireboat McKean Preservation Project, which restored the ship to its […] Read more »

Letter to the Editor: On Cannabis and Equal Time

[Ed. Note – This letter from the Mayor and Village Board of Tarrytown is in response to a letter submitted by Tarrytown resident Peter Bartolacci. You can see Mr. Bartolacci’s […] Read more »

New Play Based On a Tale by Washington Irving Coming to the Tarrytown Music Hall

A new interactive romantic ghost play premieres at the Tarrytown Music Hall February 13-19 The Spectre Bridegroom and Other Valentine’s Ghost Stories, a new romantic ghost play by Sleepy Hollow […] Read more »

Tarrytown Resident Named 2023 Presidential Leadership Scholar

David Baumwoll, a resident of Tarrytown, has been named one of 60 Scholars from around the nation who will form the prestigious Presidential Leadership Scholars’ (PLS) eighth annual class. PLS […] Read more »

Rivertown Dance Academy Makes Dance Accessible for All 

Rivertown Dance Academy was founded in 2016 by Tarrytown native Jessica Horgan with the purpose of making dance accessible to all. To ensure this, the day the academy opened, Horgan […] Read more »

Letter: Opponents of Legislation Deserve Equal Time

There is quite a bit of opposition [to cannabis dispensaries in Tarrytown] which I believe will only increase. Read more »

New & Noteworthy: The Gilded Age Comes to Tarrytown

For the past 15 years, Gerald Palumbo and his partner Pierre Francois Supreme, have traveled extensively through Europe and experienced the “beauty of fine craftsmanship that can only be found […] Read more »

Neuroscientist and Artist Displays Work at Irvington Public Library  

In the professional arena, Tarrytown resident Dr. Alan M. Jacobson is highly regarded by his colleagues for his work in neuroscience and psychiatry. However, Jacobson has also been a prolific […] Read more »