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Varsity Football Coach Retires at Sleepy Hollow High

by Kevin Brown Former players and their parents were stunned and saddened to hear that after 14 years, Sleepy Hollow Varsity Football Coach Steve Borys has resigned from the position. “When I interviewed for the job 14 years ago, the parents tasked me with reviving a dead program.  They had gone through four coaches in three years. They could not ... Read More »

Warner Oral Histories: Volunteering in Tarrytown

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by Krista Madsen “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” – Gandhi Toiling behind the scenes, with little acknowledgement and no pay, it is the volunteers who really seem to provide the special sauce to this community. A room of five extreme volunteers, who have dedicated countless hours to service, somehow found ... Read More »

Tarrytown Recreational Facility Open for Business

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by Kevin Brown Tarrytown Recreational Facility hosted its grand opening on a beautiful fall day down by the river. Housed in the new building adjacent to the new pool, the workout facility has begun signing up new members. “This village is so fortunate to have a pristine facility with state-of-the-art equipment that caters to all levels of abilities at such ... Read More »

Rock n Roll Halloween Masquerade Ball

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  Masquerade Ball Honorees: The Family YMCA at Tarrytown held the Rock n Roll Halloween Masquerade Ball and honored long time donors and Y volunteers Edward and Christine Napoleon with the Laurance S. Rockefeller award on September 30. (L-R:) Andrea Stewart-Cousins, honorees Edward and Christine Napoleon (Slash & Blondie) and YMCA CEO Gerry Riera (Ringo). — Photo by Margaret Fox Read More »

Washington Irving High School’s Last Class Reunites

Connie (Vetrano) Demeter, Hellen (Riley) Puff and Kathleen (Moore) Bell catch up.
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by Krista Madsen A half-hour before the official start time of 7 p.m., the party was well under way at Demeter’s Tavern in Tarrytown. Of the 39 attendees expected for the first event in the Washington Irving High School 60th reunion weekend, about 25 were already here. The crowd of folks in their late 70s made the journey to this ... Read More »

The Radio City Rockettes Stopped by Main Street Sweets

How Sweet It Is!: The Radio City Rockettes stopped by Main Street Sweets in Tarrytown in late September as a part of their ‘make time for joy’ initiative. The Rockettes took photos and interacted with fans and families, while Main Street Sweets served holiday truffles and Rice Krispies treats. Main Street Sweets was singled out by the Rockettes as a ... Read More »

Regular Season Ends 4-4 For Sleepy Hollow Horsemen

by Kevin Brown The Sleepy Hollow faithful high-fived and congratulated each other after an exciting season came to a close when Sleepy Hollow lost to Yorktown 28-13 in the second round of Section 1A playoffs. “We started practicing and lifting last November, and I believe our record doesn’t reflect how good of a team we really are. What excites me ... Read More »

Tarrytown 12-Year-Old World Irish Dance Champion

Daniel Callanan has the gangly look of a middle school student, just coming into his own as a young man with the glint of Ireland in his eyes and the polite handshake of an eldest child. He’s an athlete with a busy schedule, a good student, and the oldest in a tight-knit family of six including three younger siblings. The ... Read More »

Horsemen Trot to 2-2 Record on Gridiron

by Kevin Brown It has been an up and down season for the Sleepy Hollow Headless Horsemen Boys Varsity football team. The season opened on Labor Day weekend away at Long Island Lutheran where all the hard work seemed to pay off as they doused their opponent 48-20. QB Sean McCarthy threw for 196 yards and 2 TDs, Mike Lopez ... Read More »