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MTA to Renovate Tarrytown Station House with Restaurant, Bakery

by Rick Pezzullo – MTA Metro-North Railroad officials announced April 26 that the Tarrytown Station House will be refurbished with a full-service bakery and a café/restaurant. “We look forward to bringing a station house filled with delicious treats to our cus... More »

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Sleepy Hollow-Tarrytown Chamber of Commerce Sets Goals for 2018

by Robert Kimmel –  The Sleepy Hollow-Tarrytown Chamber of Commerce is pursuing goals this year aimed at creating more awareness of how it will be energizing local business growth and the general economy of the villages. Those goals are defined in an announcem... More »

Tarrytown Pilates Instructor Helps Clients Restore Their Balance

by Anna Young –  When Pilates instructor Juliana Santos came to the United States nearly 30 years ago, she could never have imagined owning a business and doing what she loves every day. The Brazilian native, who owns Juliana Pilates in Tarrytown, began her jo... More »

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Tomatillo Reopens

Tomatillo, David Starkey’s popular Mexican restaurant in Dobbs Ferry, has reopened after a small electrical fire in the building knocked out power and forced closure for nearly 4 ½ months. Con Ed required the apartment building to redo all of the electrical me... More »

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Astorbuck Parking Application Riles Irvington Neighbors

by Barrett Seaman – There’s an old saw that if you squeeze a balloon, you don’t get any less air; it simply moves elsewhere. That bit of folk wisdom certainly applies when it comes to parking in the rivertowns—most certainly in the Village of Irvington. The la... More »

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Edge-On-Hudson Progresses Toward Phase-One Construction

by Robert Kimmel – Naming a road “Legend Drive” is surely an appropriate action for the Village of Sleepy Hollow. As the major mixed-use development Edge-on-Hudson progresses, that is the name given recently to the first street completed on the 67-acre complex... More »

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New Lyceum Kennedy Coordinator Looking to Grow School

by Rick Pezzullo –  Since he was a young boy, Bernard Mithieux wanted to be a teacher when he grew up. “I always loved to teach and to be with kids,” he said. “I think it’s a way to do something that counts. Not a mission, but you want to be helpful.” Mithieux... More »

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Brown, Klatzky Earn “Women in Business Awards”

by Robert Kimmel  –  Two Tarrytown residents, Karen Brown and Antoinette Klatzky, were among those selected by 914INC Magazine to receive its annual Women in Business Awards Brown and Klatzky were included among the 17 described by the magazine as, “an elite g... More »