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ESCOs Developed as Part Of NY State’s Ongoing Energy Initiatives

 | By Robert Kimmel |             Energy Service Companies, more generally known as ESCOs, started when New York State began deregulating utilities in the late 1990s. The State Public Utility Commission uncoupled the major sources of energy, utilities such as Consolidated Edison, from being the only suppliers of electricity and gas, and their function as deliverers ... Read More »

Posh Pretzels – Tarrytown’s Newest Taste Treat

Anyone with a discerning sweet tooth who enjoys the delectable combination of “salty, crunchy and sweet” will want to visit Posh Pretzel for a taste of Anne Marie D’Erasmo’s chic creations. She makes her handcrafted treats in-house with high quality French and Belgian chocolates in a large variety of flavors and covered in so many differing toppings, it’s hard to ... Read More »

Trilogy Consignment: Modern, Vintage and Artisan Clothing and Accessories

|  by Linda Viertel  | When Heather Reid decided to open her consignment store in Tarrytown, she named it Trilogy – a description of her featured clothing and accessories collection: 1) modern, 2) vintage and 3) artisan. Her curated collection of second-hand items from differing decades, in a multitude of styles and sizes, all have a certain timelessness. “Customers get ... Read More »

Castle Hotel & Spa: A Place of Peace and Tranquility

|  by Fabienne Schneuwly  | On a Tarrytown hilltop, with a breath-taking view of the Hudson River and surrounded by acres of manicured gardens, sits a picturesque castle built in the 19th century. The majestic building, formerly belonging to General Howard Carroll, a respected playwright and businessman, known as “The Castle,” has been newly renovated and refurbished. Continuing its tradition ... Read More »

Spring Into NaturalFit Pharmacy in Irvington

|  by Dylan Etzel  | It’s been almost eight months since NaturalFit Pharmacy opened at 104 Main Street in Irvington. Spacious shelves now brim with new products, ranging from cold remedies to locally crafted candles. Customers fill and refill prescriptions, as NaturalFit serves the health requirements of not only Irvington but also patrons of surrounding towns seeking a local solution ... Read More »

King Garden Designs Transforms Landscapes into Paradise

|  by Dorothy Conigliaro  |   Just when you thought there would be no end to winter, along comes an early breath of spring.  Since it first opened its doors in 2012, King Garden Designs has become a staple in the community, a full service garden design and care practice founded by Irvington resident Charles King Sadler, a leader in ... Read More »

Important Industry News from the Builders Institute of Westchester

If you are a builder, contractor, subcontractor, supplier, or work in a construction-related business, then you cannot afford to miss these meetings. The Builders Institute, a trade organization that has been helping businesses in construction and all related industries in Westchester and the lower Hudson Valley for nearly 70 years, is opening their meetings to the public for free. While ... Read More »

Third Thursday at Sunnyside Federal

At Local Authors Night at Sunnyside Federal in Irvington, Alan Richardson, DeLauné Michel, Fran Claro, Marci Cuff, David Van Osdol, Assistant Vice President-Business Development at Sunnyside Federal, Carrie Barron, M.D., Sonya Cobb, Allison Gilbert and Staton Rabin. Read More »

Tarrytown Honda Dealership Has 70-Year History in Village

Tarrytown Honda Owner/President Dwight Dachnowicz with his 1980s Honda Accord. Janie Rosman In a village ripe with history, one location near Tarrytown’s Historic Commons HC Zone boasts longevity spanning the past century. What began in 1914 as a masonry-on-wood building with concrete block exterior — a carriage-type facility — became a car dealership 30 years later. Enhanced in 1954 and again ... Read More »