School Budget Estimated at 8.0% Increase

Last Fall, the Tarrytowns District School Board and the School Superintendent made the decision to form a financial analysis committee for closely examining each item in the school budget to possibly cut... Read more »

Hackley Lacrosse

Hackley Lacrosse The girls’ lacrosse team at Hackley is off to a strong, successful season this spring. Already 8-0, the lady Hornets find themselves getting stronger as a team and overcoming challenges... Read more »

TNT Tee Ball

Cubs player, Dylan Peters, of Elmsford, runs to field the ball, while Eagles baserunner, Brian Ordones, of Tarrytown, heads towards second. Read more »

Track-ing Amy

Amy Colantuono is 19 years old and presently a sophomore at Manhattan College, in Riverdale, New York. She is an Honor Student and a sprinter on the elite Manhattan College Track and... Read more »

"An Independent Voice Running For School Board"

Although Leslie Jeris describes herself as an "independent voice," she is also the voice of every parent who’s ever wanted the best education for her child. Read more »

April Sports Schedules

As the weather begins to warm up, Tarrytown’s athletes are tightening up track shoe laces, gathering up rackets and bats, trading basketballs for golf and tennis balls, and heading out, once again... Read more »

School Construction To Begin In May

New Look for Sleepy Hollow High School Now that Ichabod’s Landing in Sleepy Hollow has opened, the next major building project, in what will be a series of new developments in the... Read more »

CYO County Champs!

Congratulations are in order for the Immaculate Conception School’s 5th grade girls basketball team. Under the guidance of Tarrytown resident and head coach, Kathy McMahon, along with assistant coaches Chuck Martins and... Read more »

Guiliani Lopez Champion

Tarrytown resident and Hackley student Guiliani Lopez won the 2006 NY State Private Schools Wrestling Championship in the 127 lb weight class. Read more »

The 3 E’s Join the 3 R’s at Morse School

Excitement, enthusiasm and equipment are being effectively combined at Morse School. Second grade students are now “Podcasting,” a concept unfamiliar to many adults. Read more »