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harvest on the hudson: Spring Eco-Cleaning

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| by Marcie Cuff |   Spring is on its way! Here in the Hudson Valley, the last spring frost is typically around Mother’s Day. Soon, you’ll throw those windows and doors wide open. Don’t be caught off guard. It’s time to get all your affairs in order. Spring cleaning is much more pleasant and much less costly with the ... Read More »

An Ounce of Prevention . . . Is Worth a Vaccine!

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| by Dr. Brian J. Green, DVM — Sleepy Hollow Animal Hospital | In this age of vaccine hysteria brought about by the recent measles outbreak, a review of what is known, what is fact, what is feeling, what is faith, and what is incontrovertible is important. As it relates to our pets, however, dogs and cats do not claim religious ... Read More »

Food Allergy: The Challenge Facing the Patients

| by Dr. Joon H. Park |   In recent years, we have observed an increased prevalence of food allergy. Based on recent reviews obtained from various published studies, food allergy is estimated to affect more than 1% to 2% and less than 10% of the population, and this reflects a growing public awareness and concern for food allergy. Some ... Read More »

James McGough, 80

James A. McGough, a resident of Sleepy Hollow, died December 13, 2014.  He was 80. He was an attorney at Olwine Connelly in New York City and was Director of Financial Aid at Fordham Law School. He also maintained a private law practice for over 40 years.  He was a member of the Fortnightly Club, the Fordham Law School Alumni ... Read More »

Matthew Lissey III, 65

Matthew James Lissey, III (Matty), a former resident of Sleepy Hollow, died February 6, in Port Saint Lucie, FL. He was 65. Mr. Lissey attended St. Teresa’s grammar school and Sleepy Hollow High School in North Tarrytown. He was always an outstanding athlete, while at Sleepy Hollow High School he lettered and was elected captain in three sports, football, basketball ... Read More »

Serafina Randazzo

Serafina Randazzo, a resident of Tarrytown, died February 17, comfortably in her own home. She was born and raised in the Bronx and moved to Tarrytown in 1962. She was a member of Transfiguration Church and was on their Parish Council and PTA. Fina had been a member of various committees including: Girl Scout Leader, Sleepy Hollow PTA, Neighborhood House ... Read More »

Howard Jaffray, 85

Howard L. Jaffray, a former long-time resident of Irvington, died peacefully February at his home in Tamarac, FL. He was 85. He was born in Dobbs Ferry. He attended Irvington schools where he was a star basketball and football player. Mr. Jaffray served six years in the Air Force in Texas. He then returned to Irvington, worked as a bartender ... Read More »

Important Industry News from the Builders Institute of Westchester

If you are a builder, contractor, subcontractor, supplier, or work in a construction-related business, then you cannot afford to miss these meetings. The Builders Institute, a trade organization that has been helping businesses in construction and all related industries in Westchester and the lower Hudson Valley for nearly 70 years, is opening their meetings to the public for free. While ... Read More »

Irvington Author Offers Guidance in The New Health Rules

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| by Linda Viertel |   Adopting a healthy lifestyle can be daunting, as anyone knows who has tried. Eating well, exercising, and reducing stress are all invaluable, but changing one’s habits can become overwhelming. Many of those New Year’s resolutions may have gone by the wayside already– and it’s only March! But, help is on the way in The ... Read More »