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Fall Opening Set for Bridge Ramp

  by Robert Kimmel –  Motorists driving south on Broadway in Tarrytown will find it easier to access the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge beginning this fall. The long-closed ramp on South Broadway to the bridge will be reopened, according to the New York Thruway Authori... More »


Greenburgh Supervisor Feiner Faces Election Challenge

by Robert Kimmel –  A dozen years have passed since Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner has faced opposition in a general election, but he will this November, and he said he welcomes it. “I’m pleased that I have an opponent. I think it is good for democracy... More »


Correcting Gov. Cuomo Bridge Signs Stirs Controversy Over Costs

By Robert Kimmel    How much is adding an “M” going to cost? The New York State Department of Transportation isn’t saying. However, it has stated that many signs leading to the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge will be changed to reflect the full, official name of th... More »


Sleepy Hollow Receives $250,000 to Restore Devries Park

by Rick Pezzullo –  Devries Park in the Village of Sleepy Hollow will undergo extensive restorations, thanks to a $250,000 grant secured by State Senator Peter Harckham (D/40th Senate District). The planned restorations at the park include clearing and restori... More »


Tarrytown Changes Village’s Peddler Rules After Claim

by Robert Kimmel –  Tarrytown has altered its Village Code on door-to-door sales solicitations following a recent claim by a pest control company that the existing village rules regarding time restrictions violated the United States Constitution. The Village C... More »


Sleepy Hollow Receives $375,000 Grant from State DEC

by Rick Pezzullo –  The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has awarded the Village of Sleepy Hollow a $375,000 grant, which is provided by funding though the New York State Environmental Protection Fund 2019 Hudson River Estuary Prog... More »