The Supermen and Clark Kents of the River Towns

  We all know how Clark Kent, the mild-mannered reporter for the Daily Planet, would transform into Superman to fight crime and keep the citizens of Metropolis safe. Although we don’t have... Read more »

Atria on the Hudson Challenges Ossining Fire Department to Chef Showdown

Chef Showdown 2019, a culinary competition, took place at Atria on the Hudson. Ex-Captain Tom Camp, a 46-year member of the Ossining Volunteer Fire Department accepted the challenge to compete against Atria... Read more »

Town of Greenburgh to Open Two Cooling Centers this Weekend

In anticipation of the excessive heat and humidity expected this weekend, the Town will be opening two (2) cooling centers. The cooling centers will be located at the Theodore D. Young Community... Read more »

Dental Care for Seniors 

As a practicing dentist with many decades of experience, I have seen many issues specific to the senior population.   This is due to many factors, including medications, changing oral bacteria, chronic disease,... Read more »

Sleepy Hollow Nurse Explains Harmful Health Care Shifts She Witnessed Firsthand

“Patients were patients…and then they were clients.” Pat Frame remembers a time when her nursing job guaranteed her free medical treatment. Today, the Sleepy Hollow resident is experiencing a very different health... Read more »

New York-Presbyterian Hosts Senior Health & Wellness Event

NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital served as the breakfast sponsor and Dr. Michael Ford — a primary care physician with NewYork-Presbyterian medical group Hudson Valley (Sleepy Hollow office) shared practical tips for keeping... Read more »

Artist Spotlight: Ronnie Levine – Hooked on the River Towns 

If you take a walk down the bustling streets of Tarrytown on a nice day, chances are you will encounter Ronnie Levine. She is often found observing the vibrant people of Tarrytown as... Read more »

$750K in Hudson River Recreation Grants for Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow 

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has earmarked $1.1 million in grants to be used to increase storm resiliency and for recreation projects along the Hudson River, including $750,000 for projects along the Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown... Read more »

Two Irvington Teens Honor Beloved Residents With ‘The Legacy Project’

Lexi Weintraub recalled the day that her mother took her best friend Sharon Draytsel and her to the Scenic Hudson Park on a beautiful afternoon back in 2017. She described how they... Read more »

Sleepy Hollow First Responders Now Equipped with Special Oxygen Masks for Pets

Families with pets offered free “pets inside” decals to alert rescuers to the presence of pets in the home Pet parents here can breathe a little easier now that local first responders... Read more »