Halloween on Hudson

YMCA Fund Raising Aimed at Changes in Main Street Facility

Renovations will be done at Main Street facility.
Photo: Alexa Brandenberg

|  by Robert Kimmel  | Looking to its membership and the community for assistance, the Family YMCA at Tarrytown has embarked on a major money raising campaign to help fund the renovation of its existing Main Street location where work has already begun. The Y is relocating its Early Learning Center to the Main Street building, following its departure from ... Read More »

“Celebrate Irvington” Family-Friendly Festivities Planned for June 21 (Rain or Shine)

Tiffany Reading Room in Irvington Village Hall. Photo: Peter Aaron/OTTO

Residents and visitors are invited to “Celebrate Irvington” from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 21. (See schedule below.) Shops will be open on Main Street, and family-friendly activities will be offered including guided walks, live music, special exhibits, free rides and tours throughout the village on a historic jump-on/jump-off trolley (sponsored by Sunnyside Federal), and dining at ... Read More »

Caramoor Celebrates 70th Season with Summer Music Events

Lucinda Williams

|  by Paula Romanow Etzel  |   Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts celebrates its 70th anniversary season with music programming that includes the American Roots Festival on June 27, the Caramoor Jazz Festival on July 18, and special events throughout the summer — all produced on the historic 90-acre Caramoor estate in Katonah, New York (149 Girdle Ridge ... Read More »

Blue Hill at Stone Barns Adds Another Feather to Cap

Chef Dan Barber;

|  by Linda Viertel  |   It should come as no surprise to food-lovers in our region that Blue Hill at Stone Barns, in Pocantico Hills, won the Best Restaurant Award at the annual James Beard Foundation Awards dinner in early May. Blue Hill’s famed chef, Dan Barber has received multiple James Beard awards including Best Chef: New York City ... Read More »

Class of 2015 Popular SH High Twins Grateful for Education and Experiences

SHHS Seniors, Heather & Jordan Brown

|  by Katy Kachnowski  |   It’s been a busy year full of accomplishments for Sleepy Hollow High School twins Heather and Jordan Brown. The graduating seniors at Sleepy Hollow have been accepted to prestigious colleges, won athletic and academic awards, and were also both voted onto the high school’s Homecoming Court, with Heather being crowned queen. Since beginning their ... Read More »

What Happens if Indian Point Closes?

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Commentary |  by Bhavya Reddy  | An official from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) described the recent incident at Indian Point as “a day-to-day event” in the Westchester Guardian. While local residents and politicians alike have been campaigning for years for the plant to be denied its license renewal, the recent fire and oil spill highlight the need for ... Read More »

Second Annual Horseman Color Run is on!

HORSEMAN-RACE-GIRL

|  by Dorothy Conigliaro  |   The Foundation for the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns will hold its 2nd Annual Horseman Color Run 2015 on Saturday, June 20. The Foundation seeks to augment the school’s budget by raising funds for special projects to benefit the schools and students. Not only the Foundation, but so many others, work together to ensure ... Read More »