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Heard Around the Watercooler – May 2018

    by Maria Ann Roglieri –  Congratulations Sleepy Hollow High School Students Sophia Meyer and Natalie Smith both scored their 100th goal in varsity women’s lacrosse. Hannah Lustik made her 300th save. Meanwhile, performing arts students at SHHS presented an... More »


Earth Day Activities in Tarrytown a Big Success

  by Dean Gallea –  Tarrytown and parts of Sleepy Hollow were beehives of activity on a beautiful, sunny Saturday, April 21st, as residents celebrated Earth Day with 13 events. The day began with a birdwatching outing at the Tarrytown Lakes, led by ornithologi... More »


Open Door Celebrates Launch in Sleepy Hollow

Local political leaders and health officials were on hand when Open Door Family Medical Center officially celebrated the launch of its new facility in Sleepy Hollow at 300 North Broadway. The 12,500 square foot facility provides primary and preventive medical ... More »


Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Earth Day Plans Shape Up

by Dean Gallea –  Mark your calendars for one – or more – of the Earth Day events on Saturday, April 21st in and around Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow. Rain date will be the following day. The Tarrytown Environmental Advisory Council (TEAC), in cooperation with t... More »


Heard Around the Watercooler

by Maria Ann Roglieri – Pippin Coming to Irvington The Clocktower Players will be presenting Pippin from March 9 to March 18 in the Irvington theater. For more information, visit Sleepy Hollow Half Marathon The Rivertown Runners will ... More »

Open Door Unveils New Larger Location in Sleepy Hollow

By Rick Pezzullo –  It has often been said that good things come to those who wait. That is certainly the case with Open Door Family Medical Centers and its new location at 300 North Broadway in Sleepy Hollow. After four years of planning and overcoming severa... More »

Poetry in the Pavement Winners Selected by HVWC

By Robert Kimmel –  Walking along Riverside Drive in Sleepy Hollow’s Philipse Manor neighborhood this spring could be a literary experience for you.  Glancing at the pavement, your eyes will catch some unusual engravings in the cement.  You’ll be looking at an... More »


Former Police Officer Releases First Solo Album

By Anna Young –  With the release of his debut album, Tarrytown musician Greg Jacquin proved that it’s never too late to chase your dreams. The 48-year-old singer/songwriter and rhythm guitarist said his first solo album, “Hudson River,” featuring six-tracks s... More »