Edge-On-Hudson Groundbreaking Focuses on Opening to the Riverside

(L-R:) Jonathan D. Stein, of Diversified Realtors, SH Mayor Ken Wray, Peter Johnson, of SunCal, Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett, and CEO Jim Tinson of Hart Howerton at ribbon cutting ceremony.

Five notables wielding golden shovels turned over crusts of soil signaling the formal start in mid-May of what is expected to lead to a transformation of the Village of Sleepy Hollow. The ceremonial action marked the groundbreaking for Edge-On-Hudson, the 67-acre, billion dollar development that will be built on the long vacated, former GM site, and add as many as 3,000 residents to the village’s population.

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Thousands of Area Residents Get Verdicts on Reassessment

The first week in June was promising to be an anxious one for thousands of Greenburgh and Ossining homeowners who had appealed reassessments…

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Villages Band Together in Effort to Slow Down Motorists

Irvington, Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown officials have joined forces with four neighboring villages in a coordinated effort to promote traffic and pedestrian safety.

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Judy Kass of Tarrytown

Arts & Entertainment – Seeking Solace, Musician Kass Rediscovered Her Muse

For some people, a strong, abiding creative impulse remains dormant or frustrated while life gets in the way until, suddenly, the spur of a decision or an event propels the artist toward fulfillment and actualization.

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Anthony Bueti was promoted to Sleepy Hollow police chief on May 3.
—Photo by Rick Pezzullo

New SH Police Chief Aims to Do More Community Policing

New Sleepy Hollow Police Chief Anthony Bueti has come full circle.

Bueti, 40, who was promoted to lead the 34-member village force on May 3, succeeding 32-year veteran Gregory Camp, grew up in the village and his father worked at the former General Motors site…

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Inquiring Photographer

“Are You Paying Attention to the Presidential Race or a Specific Candidate?”

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