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Mayor Wray Responds to Residents’ Concerns

Sleepy Hollow Mayor Ken Wray has issued a message to village residents to address the unease  expressed by some over gas main replacements by Con Edison. It follows: Dear Residents, Many of us are concerned about the ongoing work by Con Edison in our Village, ... More »


Cuomo Announces Opening of the Second Span This Weekend

by Barrett Seaman –  It was only a week ago that Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the second, eastbound span of the new Mario M. Como Bridge would open sometime in the month of September—ahead of most projections. Then, on the day after Labor Day, the gove... More »


Irvington Fire Chief Resigns Over Funds Irregularities

Barrett Seaman – A routine internal check of the Irvington Fire Company’s books revealed that during the month of July, nearly $1,000 had been charged to the company’s Wells Fargo credit card. Further investigation revealed that Joe Trama, who had been elected... More »


Developer Under Orders to Remove Pier on Sleepy Hollow Riverfront

by Rick Pezzullo A prominent area developer is being pressured by federal officials to remove unauthorized work on a pier on the riverfront at 11 River Street in Sleepy Hollow. The Regulatory Branch of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued a strongly worded ... More »


Surprise! Second Span to Open This Month

by Barrett Seaman –  It has been widely assumed that the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge would not fully open until later this year—and there were some who doubted that. But after a quick inspection, accompanied by Project Manager Jamey Barbas, Governor Andrew Cuomo let... More »


Arrest Made in Burglary of Tarrytown’s Coffee Labs

By Barrett Seaman – On August 27th ,just under two weeks after Coffee Labs co-owner Mike Love first reported a burglary at his popular Main Street establishment, Juan A. Garcia, 35, of Sleepy Hollow was arrested by Tarrytown Police, with the assistance of Slee... More »


First Positive West Nile Virus Case in 2018 Reported in Irvington

Westchester County has learned of its first human case of West Nile Virus this year, which was confirmed in a 72-year-old Irvington resident who had been hospitalized, and is now recovering at home. The Westchester County Department of Health found no signs of... More »


Rivertowns Real Estate Markets Clouded by Tax Uncertainties

by Barrett Seaman –   Francis and Erika O’Shea moved to Irvington four years ago, buying their house on Home Place off Main Street for its charm, its proximity to Metro North and for Irvington’s schools, where they planned to send their two children. Their rea... More »


JCC Families, Staff Shocked by Summer Counselor’s Arrest

by Barrett Seaman –  It was not the kind of news any organization wants to hear—let alone one renowned for its children’s summer camps. Late last month, investigators from the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office came to Tarrytown’s Shames Jewish Comm... More »