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Irvington Officer Cited Again for Valor

By Barrett Seaman For the second time in a matter of months, Irvington police officer Arcangelo Liberatore was given an award for his April 2018 intervention in a Pleasantville park, where, with his bare hands, he rescued a five-year-old girl who was being att... More »

Donations Needed at Thanksgiving Time
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Donations Needed at Thanksgiving Time

The Community Coalition (C2) was formed by Kids’ Club of Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow and is a group of local non-profits, religious institutions, community members, and organizations of all types who come together once a month to hear a featured speaker as well ... More »

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Pollinator Pathways 101

by James Carsey, TEAC –  Whether you are a seasoned gardener with a yard full of head-turning peonies or you are a rookie that just learned the difference between annuals and perennials, chances are you’ve heard the term pollinator pathway this gardening seaso... More »

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Where We Worship – The Union Church of Pocantico Hills

by Barrett Seaman –  A visitor to this bucolic, pin-neat hamlet would find it hard to believe that the official population of Pocantico Hills is as many as 23,000. In the village center, there are no commercial establishments but instead clusters of charming h... More »

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Point/Counterpoint – Matthiessen Park

  Make Irvington Parks Friendly to All by Thom Thacker and Lisa Genn –  We are Irvington residents who are proud to live in a welcoming and friendly community and believe it is time for the policies governing our parks to reflect these fundamental Village valu... More »

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Local Doulas Working to Keep Women Safe During Childbirth

by Katherine Cain –  Amidst a still rising maternal mortality rate that has more than doubled from 1991 to 2014, there is a growing need to tackle the issue and keep mothers healthy and safe during childbirth and the months that follow. Various initiatives hav... More »

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Women Take Action at Irvington Theater October 18

by James Miranda –  The Irvington Theater (IT) Commission will host its first 2019-20 Diversity Series event on Friday, October 18 at 7:30 p.m. The event, “Women Take Action: An Evening About Women Activists, Advocates and Women’s Causes,” will feature a panel... More »

Armando “Chick” Galella - Photo by: Margaret Fox Photography
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Honoring Veterans

World War II veteran and Pearl Harbor survivor Armando “Chick” Galella (right), 98, a resident of Sleepy Hollow, helped honor veterans from North Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow September 8 at the Morse School. He also met with Sleepy Hollow Middle School students in ... More »

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The Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns and The Old Dutch

by Linda Viertel –  One congregation and two churches: The Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns and the “Old Dutch,” the oldest church in New York, possesses a rich history and cultural heritage. Expanding from this storied past, the Church’s current vision bring... More »

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Literacy Volunteers of the Tarrytowns Celebrating 45 Years

Unsung Heroes by Tom Pedulla –  Sean Weiner wanted to find a way to be a better neighbor. It used to bother him when he made eye contact with someone of a different ethnic background at a local store and that stranger remained a stranger. Weiner decided to tak... More »

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Transfiguration School in Tarrytown Celebrates its 70th Year

by Rick Pezzullo –  While many Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of New York have closed their doors in recent years, The Transfiguration School in Tarrytown is thriving as it celebrates its 70th year. Founded by the Carmelite Friars in 1949, Transfiguration... More »

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Rivertowns Food Market, And the Winners are…

An occasional bout of drizzle was not enough to dampen either enthusiasm or turnout at Saturday’s second annual Rivertown Public Market at Dobbs Ferry’s Waterfront Park. “It felt like the entire Rivertowns came down to the Market,” said organizer Ali Moss, “an... More »