Opinion

Setting the Record Straight on Tarrytown’s Finances

To the Editor: In a recently published local newspaper, the statements by the three Republican/Tarrytown First trustee candidates demonstrate, among other things, a lack of understanding of the issues facing Tarrytown. While they made misleading assertions about numerous matters, we believe it is particularly important to set the record straight regarding their statements about the central financial factors affecting Tarrytown, ... Read More »

Inquiring Photographer “What is the Most Romantic Thing You Have Done for Someone or Someone Has Done for You?”

Eric Moskowitz, 25 Irvington “I travelled overseas to see someone for one day.”     Lana Yu, 46 Tarrytown Visitor “Someone once told me that they would share their grandchildren with me, since I wasn’t able to have children of my own.”     Phil Dzikiy, 33 Tarrytown “I acted as the tooth fairy for my wife since she didn’t ... Read More »

Letters – Tarrytown Could Benefit from New Traffic Light

To the Editor: Re: “Making Our Streets Safer for Pedestrians” – Dec. 2015, Page 23 I would like to add to the writer’s suggestions for making our streets safer. My priority would be: A traffic light with a left-turn arrow at the corner of West Franklin St. and Rte. 9. The current situation causes problems in all directions: At busy ... Read More »

Commentary – Power Lunch Career Panel

First Person Account of Steven Cabreja speaking at Sleepy Hollow High School on January 13, as part of a three-member panel of service industry professionals. As a 2010 graduate of Sleepy Hollow High School, I was pleased to return on January 13th, to speak as a member of the “Power Lunch Career Panel.” I began by asking for a show ... Read More »

Letters to the Editor – December 2015

New Bridge Should Keep Tappan Zee Name To the Editor: I concur with Olympia Lynn Quarto that there is No Reason to Change name of the New Bridge. I believe that “Tappan Zee Bridge” is the only appropriate name. Obliterating the name “Tappan Zee” will be a great loss to the spirit of Hudson Valley region. I have never met nor ... Read More »

Our Mission and Our Gratitude

Service to the Community. That was the primary motivation behind the formation, just over 10 years ago, of the Hudson Valley News Corp., the parent company of this newspaper.  Our decade of publishing was recently recognized by the Greater Sleepy Hollow Tarrytown Chamber of Commerce at its Milestone Anniversary event. Over the past 10 years our mission has not changed. ... Read More »

Giving Thanks for Our Agora

Strolling through Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow or Irvington on any weekend day this fall, it’s easy to see that a communitarian spirit has become the hallmark of our river towns. With a wide variety of gathering places, both formal and informal, we are fortunate to be recreating an ancient tradition, once thought a necessity for a healthy life – the classical ... Read More »