Sound the Alarm…, New Fire Stations’ Costs Increase by $1,400,000

Several years ago, Tarrytown Village Trustees were asked to consider building a two bay station that would house two fire companies, "Consolidated" and "Washington." It was to be built on Route 119... Read more »

Crossing the Thin Blue Line

The arrest of 37-year old Anthony A. Rypka, a police officer since 1998 and a police dispatcher prior to that, caught the Tarrytown Police Department completely off-guard. Read more »

Nearly New Shop Re-Opens

After over 50 years as a community landmark in Tarrytown, the Nearly New Shop (the thrift shop of the Junior League of Westchester-on-Hudson) nearly closed its doors for good this year. Read more »

Let the Games Begin, Verizon Takes on Cablevision

Where Cablevision and two independently owned satellite systems once had a near exclusive grip on the area’s television delivery system, Verizon has decided to not only continue competing for communication dollars with... Read more »

A Little Beauty Goes a Long Way

When my partner Chris Brazil and I decided to open an antique shop, we chose Tarrytown because there were already a number of shops here in Tarrytown. In our line of work,... Read more »

Tarrytown Residents Help Create A Waterfront Park

At the Senior Center on an evening in August, Tarrytown Village residents were given the conceptual details of what the Ferry Landings and Pierson Park riverfronts will look like in the year... Read more »

Ferry Landings, A Plan in Progress

To understand the planning behind the revitalization of Tarrytown’s post-industrial waterfront, it is necessary to look at Greenwich, Connecticut-based National RE/sources. Read more »

Tarrytown Village Notes

The following notations are from June/July Planning Board and Trustee activity over the past 30 days. They are intended to bring the reader up to date on official Village activity. Joint Meeting... Read more »

First Female Tarrytown Trustee Passes Away

Emily Basher, Trustee from 1974 to 1979, Tarrytown’s first female Trustee, passed away on June 21, 2006. She was married to William Basher who was also a Trustee from 1957 to 1973. Read more »

College Course Aims at Young Minorities and Modest Income Students

Manhattanville College, in Purchase, N.Y., has recently developed a leadership program for minority and modest income middle schoolers, i.e. sixth, seventh and eighth graders throughout Westchester County. Read more »