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Sleepy Hollow Fab Five to Lead Team in Baseball Summer

15U Sleepy Hollow Baseball Travel team on opening day. (L-R:) Ramon Salazar, Ryan
Owen, Andrew Walek, Talon Carsto, Devin Batheja, Lou Kudla, Andy Estrella, Patrick
Smith, and Luke McCarthy. (Not pictured: Manny Abreu, Paul Galano, Jackson Many,
Alex Mazon.)

by Tom Pedulla Sleepy Hollow’s 17-and-under summer baseball team will rely on a Fab Five of sorts in attempting to make a successful debut in the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League. Coach Robert Bischof is depending on five players who have been with him since they were nine years old: standout catcher Matthew Bischof (he qualifies as a lifer since ... Read More »

Tarrytown Swimming Pool Information

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The new outdoor swimming pool in Tarrytown (behind the train station) is open for the summer season. More than 680 residents have signed up for memberships, generating approximately $73,000 in revenue to the village, according to Village Administrator Richard Slingerland. The pool is open on weekdays from noon to 7 p.m. and weekends and holidays from 10 a.m. to 7 ... Read More »

Rotary’s Duck Derby, Y’s Healthy Kids Day Draws Crowds

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by Robert Kimmel Hundreds of little rubber ducks floating down Andre Brook in the Rotary Club’s annual Duck Derby, and crowds of children participating in the Family YMCA Healthy Kids’ Day activities in Tarrytown’s Patriot’s Park spelled success for the collaborative annual event in late April. “Overall, it was a huge success and we were so pleased with the turnout,” ... Read More »

Sports – Three-Sport Sleepy Hollow Athlete Excelling on Diamond

Sean McCarthy hit well over .400 this season.

by Tom Pedulla Sleepy Hollow High School trailed Yonkers 2-1 in the fifth inning in the Nyack Tournament earlier this season when Sleepy Hollow Coach Rob Spirelli checked with right-hander Sean McCarthy. Despite being set back by an unearned run, McCarthy was pitching well. Spirelli was concerned that his pitch count was building. He wanted to make sure he felt ... Read More »

Dramatic Changes Are Being Made at Lyndhurst with Interior, Exterior and Landscaping Restoration

Lyndhurst Executive Director Howard Zar

by Morey Storck Lyndhurst, the Gothic Revival “country house” designed by Alexander Jackson Davis in 1838 for New York City mayor William Paulding, Jr.,was originally named The Knoll. Aptly termed, it is situated on a 67-acre park-like setting beside the Hudson River, spanning an idyllic, beautifully landscaped area rambling from Route 9 to the water’s edge. There is abundant open ... Read More »

Heard Around the Watercooler – June 2017

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by Maria Ann Roglieri Babies Born Congratulations to Sabina and Cézanne Huq of Ardsley on the birth of their baby girl, Ana, on April 2, 2017. Congratulations also to Charlie and Danielle Reda of Tarrytown on the birth of their baby girl, Kyleigh Angela, on April 4, 2017. Art Exhibit Award-winning plein air artist and Tarrytown resident, Doris Mady, will ... Read More »

SH High Val and Sal Attribute Success to Hard Work

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by Julia Ann Friedman Diego Arias Diego Arias will finish his high school career at the top of his class, having come a long way from where he started. His family came to the United States from Uruguay when Arias was six years old, and the only English he spoke was “hello.” In a third-grade reading enrichment program, Arias recalled ... Read More »