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Tarrytown Police Chief John Barbelet

Pandemic Cause of Major Drop in Tarrytown Police Arrests     

By Robert Kimmel – – Tarrytown’s Police Department has reported a significant drop in total arrests during 2020, attributed mainly to the COVID-19 pandemic. While arrest numbers for the past four years in the village have shown small declines each subsequent y... More »

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Brown Heads Tarrytown Dems/Tarrytown United Slate

By Rick Pezzullo— Tarrytown United and the Tarrytown Democratic Committee recently endorsed a slate of candidates for this November’s village election. At the top of the ticket is Trustee Karen Brown, who is running for mayor. Current Mayor Tom Butler is not s... More »

Sleepy Hollow new park along the Hudson River in Westchester County - Riverwalk will continue

Sleepy Hollow’s Stretch of the RiverWalk to Feature Park

By Barrett Seaman— Where once Chevrolet, Pontiac and Olds minivans rolled off the assembly line at the old GM plant, a jewel of a park will lie between the Hudson and the condominium complex known as Edge-on-Hudson. It will be part of the link that bridges Kin... More »

Black Cat Cafe in Irvington, NY - Westchester County

Black Cat Eviction Notice Highlights Plight Of Rivertown Restaurants

By Barrett Seaman— The notice came just two days after New York State’s oft-extended pandemic moratorium on commercial evictions finally lapsed at the end of January. With more than $35,000 in unpaid back rent, Irvington’s popular Main Street café, The Black C... More »

Moms Organic Market in Dobbs Ferry

Mom’s Organic Market Opening Feb. 19 in Dobbs Ferry

by Anne Jaffe Holmes– Mom’s Organic Market opens for business on Friday, February 19 on Stanley Avenue in Dobbs Ferry, just off the Saw Mill River Parkway. It’s their first store in New York, and Mom’s is an extraordinary business with a mission: “To protect a... More »

Hudson River plunge

Headless Horseman Plunge Raises $30,000 for Gullotta House

By Rick Pezzullo— Several dozen brave souls took a frigid dip in the Hudson River Saturday in Sleepy Hollow for a good cause. The 2021 Headless Horseman Plunge at Kingsland Point Park raised more than $30,000 to benefit Briarcliff-based Gullotta House, which w... More »

Bee-line bus in Westchester

Westchester County Mobility Survey

We wanted to let the community know that Westchester County is currently undergoing a Mobility study. The goal of the study is as follows “… to better align the county’s mobility network with the needs of its residents, workers, and visitors. This study will e... More »

Centenarians Armandio Chick Galella, Mary Middleton and Jean MacIntosh

The Century Club

There is one requirement for membership: applicants must have reached the age of 100. That’s it. The latest rivertown resident to join is Mary Middleton, who reached the magic number on January 30th. On that occasion, she was joined by fellow members Armando “... More »


COVID Update: Helping The Homebound Get Vaccinated

By Barrett Seaman– Recognizing that senior citizens, among the most vulnerable to the ravages of COVID-19, were also least likely to have the computer savvy needed to secure a vaccination appointment, Greenburgh Town Supervisor has recruited a corps of what he... More »

Snow in Westchester County - snow sculpture

Look What The Snowstorm Brought!

Two feet of snow brings with it lots of opportunities to be creative. Take this sculpture of a ram, complete with spiraled horns on display (at least before Friday’s rain) at the bottom of Tappan Landing Road in Tarrytown. The stop sign was perhaps the equival... More »

Girls basketball in Irvington, NY

Return of High-Risk High School Sports Applauded

By Tom Pedulla— Local athletic administrators, coaches and student-athletes reacted with surprise but also delight when the path was cleared for high-risk high school sports to be played despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Governor Andrew Cuomo, facing mounting pre... More »

Winter storm on streets

Tarrytown Moves to a Full State of Emergency

The Village has upgraded our snow emergency to a full state of emergency, given the ongoing conditions of the storm, and the emergency declarations by County and State. The emergency will remain in effect until 6 p.m. Tuesday unless extended or amended. The up... More »

George Latimer - Westchester County Executive

County Executive Latimer Addresses Black History Month

By Rick Pezzullo— Westchester County Executive George Latimer addressed the kickoff of February as Black History Month. “Each year we designate this month to recognize, celebrate and honor the extraordinary history and accomplishments of African-American cultu... More »


Tarrytown Police Reform Process Continues

By James Carsey– Tarrytown continues to work towards fulfillment of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Order requiring police jurisdictions in the state to review their policies and relationship with the community. The latest step came on Tuesday, January 26, w... More »


Big Snow Is Coming To The Rivertowns. Here’s How To Prepare

By Barrett Seaman– This one looks like the real deal. The storm that has been rolling across the continent for days now is set to cross the banks of the Hudson sometime this evening and continue to dump snow throughout Monday into Tuesday. The original forecas... More »


Feiner, Young Vie for Greenburgh Democrats’ Nod for Supervisor

By Rick Pezzullo— Greenburgh Democratic district leaders Thursday night heard from the two candidates seeking the committee’s nomination for town supervisor. Thirty-year incumbent Paul Feiner, who is vying for a 16th two-year term, is facing a challenge from T... More »

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