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East Parcel in Sleepy Hollow Moves Closer to Development

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The “East Parcel,” the 29-acre section of the former General Motors site set aside for use by the Village of Sleepy Hollow, is one important step closer to achieving its purpose.

A mandatory environmental review process for the parcel was formally completed by the Sleepy Hollow Local Development Corporation, (SHLDC) at a public board meeting late last month.

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Tarrytown Station Area Project to Integrate with Village’s Revised Comprehensive Plan

Rather than focusing primarily on the project investigating prospective developments within its train station area and waterfront, Tarrytown is broadening its perspective to include that task within a fully revised village-wide Comprehensive Plan.

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Old Dutch Church Expected to Re-Open by Mid-June

With construction work designed to improve access to the Old Dutch Church in Sleepy Hollow proceeding on schedule, its reopening is expected by mid-June. After decades of…

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Tarrytown Man Killed in Motorcycle Crash

According to State Police, Kenedy Severino, 32, was operating a 2017 BMW motorcycle northbound on the…

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Irvington Arrest Leads to Bust of Burglary Ring

When Irvington police officers went to investigate a home invasion and robbery at a Main Street apartment last August, little did they know that it would eventually lead to the round-up of…
Villa Lewaro mansion on North Broadway in Irvington.

Irvington’s Villa Lewaro Meets Milestone on Road to Becoming a Museum

When family and friends come to visit Irvington, local residents often take them on a spin around town to see some of the iconic landmarks. Those tours are sure to include the Octagon House…

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The Old Dutch Church in Sleepy Hollow Groundbreaking Ceremony initiates construction project to increase accessibility to the church.