The Irvington Traffic Safety Task Force

Dear Editor, At a meeting with Traffic Enforcement Officers of the Town of Greenburgh, Village of Irvington and Village of Tarrytown last year, remedies for the dangerous traffic situation in East Irvington... Read more »

Principally Speaking

Dear Editor: At Sleepy Hollow High School, we welcome all students who reside in our villages, affording them access to opportunities that will open doors to their future. Read more »

An Overwhelming Success

Dear Editor, On Saturday morning, October 21st, something wonderful happened in the Village of Tarrytown. The Tarrytown Beautification Foundation, along with scores of volunteers planted an estimated 30,000 daffodil bulbs throughout the... Read more »

Discrediting Messengers

Dear Editor, I write in response to a letter addressed to my wife that was not mailed to her. Rather, it was sent to your newspaper and to the Superintendent, High School... Read more »

Who is watching the store? Accountability!

As my son was entering his junior year at Sleepy Hollow I couldn’t help but feel a little of my own excitement. Many of the required Regents exams were behind him and... Read more »

With Appreciation

"On Friday, September 27, Tarrytown Police brought charges of misdemeanor abuse and endangering the welfare of a minor – a Hackley Upper School student — against Todd Witkin, a free-lance yoga instructor... Read more »

Troubled Waters

Dear Editor, When we made renovations to our house, we thought that adding an "RO" (Reverse Osmosis) filter by Culligan would be a good thing to have. Read more »

Concerned Citizens for Responsible Development

Dear Editor, As you may be aware, the NYS Thruway Authority and the NYS Department of Transportation are evaluating future options to refurbish or replace the currently ailing Tappan Zee Bridge. Read more »

Sleepy Hollow Police Officers’ Pay

Dear Editor, Do the Village of Sleepy Hollow’s police officers deserve to be some of the lowest paid officers in Westchester County? Everyday our police officers keep our streets safe. Read more »

The Need for Bus Shelters

Recent articles in the River Journal regarding new development in our area never fail to mention a concern about increased traffic along Route 9. While this thoroughfare would seem to be ideal... Read more »