Opening the World Through Education 

If you find yourself driving on Neperan Road around Tarrytown Reservoir headed towards Tarrytown for the first time, you might be surprised to see an imposing building with a bright […] Read more »

Students at Washington Irving Learn it can be Easy Being Green

It’s simple! To reduce your carbon footprint, which is the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere because of your personal energy use, one can draw upon a number of […] Read more »

Spanning the Hudson – and the Spectrum

Whether you call it the Tappan Zee or the Governor Mario M. Cuomo bridge, the busy, cable-stayed connection across the Hudson running between Tarrytown and Nyack remains one of the […] Read more »

Tarrytown Student Awarded First Place for Drama Monologue in The Salvation Army’s Creative Arts Talent Contest

  More than 200 young people from grade school to high school involved with the Salvation Army Greater New York Division’s Corps Music & Creative Arts programs recently competed in […] Read more »

Tarrytown Rally Promotes Clean and Efficient Energy

One of Seven Rallies Held Around the State Local elected officials, green jobs leaders, heat pump installers and climate advocates joined together at a rally and press conference to support […] Read more »

Tarrytown YAI Breathes New Life Into Day Hab

Tarrytown’s YAI (Young Adult Institute) day habilitation facility, which services people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), has recently launched exciting new programming for its members. Along with a multimedia and […] Read more »

Tarrytown’s Joe Queenan Turns His Sharp Wit Toward Office Politics

In The Oracle, a new comedy by Wall Street Journal humorist and Tarrytown resident Joe Queenan and playwright T.J. Elliott, a CEO decides to make two executives compete for control.  […] Read more »

Furniture Drive at Sleepy Hollow High School

Get started on your “spring cleaning” by donating your gently used furniture! Corcoran Legends Realty and students from Sleepy Hollow High School have joined forces to college furniture on behalf […] Read more »

How Green Is My Village? 

Do you ride a bike, grow native plants, recycle your kitchen waste, or try to cut back on junk mail? There are so many aspects to environmental friendliness, these days, […] Read more »

A Look at the Candidates for the TUFSD Board of Education

[Editor’s Note: On May 17th, voters will choose from three candidates running for two open Board of Education seats in the Tarrytowns Union Free School District (TUFSD). River Journal invited […] Read more »