Halloween on Hudson

Heard Around the Watercooler

PUBLISHED Irvington Town Hall Theater manager Gregory Allen’s third children’s book will be published on October 1st. The book, based on a real-life squirrel that Allen found inside the Irvington Theater one day, is called Irving The Theater Nut! A book launch at the Drama Book Shop in NYC (250 West 40th St.) will take place on October 10th followed ... Read More »

Tarrytown YMCA to Honor Christine and Ed Napoleon at Ball

by Kim Gaudin de Gonzalez It’s people like Christine and Ed Napoleon–who understand the importance of making exercise, daycare, theater and swimming accessible and inviting for a community that is diverse in its culture, socioeconomics, transportation availability and age—that have made the YMCA the thriving community resource it is today. The Napoleons will be honored with the Laurance Rockefeller award ... Read More »

Paws Crossed to Reopen Elmsford Shelter This Month

by Robert Kimmel The usual inhabitants are finally returning; some are already there. They are abandoned dogs and cats, like the pets that for many years had filled the animal shelter at 100 Warehouse Lane South in Elmsford. Thanks to the determined effort of a caring group of volunteers and staff, Paws Crossed Animal Rescue, will be having its “Grand ... Read More »

Food for Thought – Westchester’s Only 21st Century Butchery + Charcuterie Opens in Dobbs Ferry

by Linda Viertel “Everything that happens here is an effort to utilize the whole animal,” said Matt Campbell, owner of Campbell Meats Butchery + Charcuterie in Dobbs Ferry, which opened on August 2. And, he means it. Campbell and his co-butcher, Darin Theuret, whom he met when both fabricated meats at the famed Harlem Shambles butcher shop, prepare cuts of ... Read More »

Tarrytown Teen to be Sentenced for Stabbing Death in Park

By Rick Pezzullo A Tarrytown teen could face 25 years to life in prison in September after pleading guilty in late July to the 2015 stabbing death of a former Sleepy Hollow High School student in Barnhart Park in Sleepy Hollow. Berinzon Moronta, 17, of Storm Street, pled guilty July 29 to one count of manslaughter in the first degree, ... Read More »

Ginsburg Marketing Luxury Rental Units in Nearby Ossining

by Rick Pezzullo About half of the 188 one and two-bedroom luxury rental apartments at Harbor Square in the Village of Ossining are still available two months after the $65 million complex on the Hudson River waterfront opened. Harbor Square marked the Westchester County debut of Ginsburg Development’s GDC Rentals brand of luxury resort-style properties, which launched last year with ... Read More »

Commentary – The Truth About Lead in Your Water

by Dean Gallea (on behalf of the Tarrytown Environmental Advisory Council) Recently, Tarrytown was cited by the U.S. EPA for several violations in reporting and following up on certain positive tests for lead in the Village’s drinking water. Village Administrator Mike Blau has issued an open letter on the Village website, explaining in detail how a single violation in 2013 ... Read More »

Golf for Wishes

More than 125 supporters of  Make-A-Wish® Hudson Valley teed off recently at the sold-out “Golf for Wishes” fundraiser at the historic Sleepy Hollow Country Club to help grant the wishes of more than 150 local kids with life-threatening medical conditions. “Golf for Wishes” is one of four major signature events that the non-profit is presenting during its 30th anniversary celebration. ... Read More »