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MTA Cell Tower in Tarrytown is Removed

by Alexander Roberts –  The Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s 150-foot cell tower, erected over a weekend on Tarrytown’s waterfront in September, was taken down over the weekend before the Christmas holiday. MTA spokesman Aaron Donovan told The Hudson In... More »


Solar Farm Proposed for East Irvington as Clean Energy Source

by Robert Kimmel –      The Town of Greenburgh is anticipating a formal application within the next several months from a company that has proposed building a solar farm in East Irvington. Representatives of the company, Cap Vert Energie (CVE), met preliminari... More »



by Barrett Seaman – Those who were betting from the outset of the New New York Bridge Project on a Bridge Over the River Kwai-type massive implosion of the old Tappan Zee Bridge will finally get a little bang for their buck. It will, however, be modest. Last w... More »

Ivan Vrabec

Dobbs Ferry Credit Card Theft

Westchester District Attorney Anthony Scarpino Jr. has charged a New Rochelle man with two felonies related to the theft of credit cards from out of the lockers of New York Sports Club members at Dobbs Ferry’s Rivertowns Square complex off the Saw Mill River P... More »


Community Helps Sleepy Hollow Families Left Homeless by Fire

by Robert Kimmel –  Following a ravaging fire that forced residents to flee from their Sleepy Hollow home during Christmas Eve, the public’s generosity was quickly marshalled to aid a village DPW employee’s extended family, and other tenants, occupants of the ... More »


New Parking Spaces Available—and Just in Time!

By Barrett Seaman Just as the holiday shopping season is coming to a peak, Tarrytown Village Administrator Richard Slingerland announced that 35 additional parking spaces were available. Following lengthy negotiations, the village signed a stipulation agreemen... More »


New County Budget Adds Fraction To Property Tax 

By Robert Kimmel –      In an effort to get Westchester back to what one county official described as “solid fiscal footing,” the Board of Legislators has passed an operating budget of nearly $2 billion dollars, raising county property taxes by two percent.  T... More »


County Officer from Tarrytown Dead in Murder/Suicide

By Rick Pezzullo – A Tarrytown resident who worked as a Westchester County correction officer was declared dead from a fatal gunshot wound that occurred during a violent domestic dispute at a residence in Yonkers Friday night. Edward Quinoy, 40, a 10-year coun... More »


Help Sought to Restore Sculpture at Philipse Manor Train Station 

by Robert Kimmel –  Wings spread widely, but never in flight, the eagle has stood for more than 100 years near the Hudson River just west of the Philipse Manor train station. The stately cast iron sculpture of America’s national historical symbol is now the su... More »


MTA Monopole to be Relocated to State Police Barracks

by Alexander Roberts – The 150-foot monopole hastily erected by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority 30 feet from a Franklin Courts playground is coming down. After a firestorm erupted against the installation, and with the enlistment by village officials... More »