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Cold and Gray But Definitely Green

The snow was gone but the air was damp and raw as thousands–marchers, watchers, family members–gather along Main Street and up and down Broadway for the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday. More »

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Sleepy Hollow Fire Leaves 27 Homeless

The bitter chill of a March afternoon on Barnhart Avenue in Sleepy Hollow was pierced by heavy flames and thick smoke on Friday, the 8th, as a rooming house succumbed to a blaze whose cause has yet to be determined. No one died, though one police officer was b... More »

Ken Wray
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Sleepy Hollow Voters Have One Party Choice at Polls

by Robert Kimmel –  For Sleepy Hollow residents voting this month to elect a mayor and three trustees, the “Unite Sleepy Hollow” line-up will have a prominent place on their ballots. In fact, it will be the only slate of candidates represented on the ballot. M... More »

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State Grant Aids East Parcel    

by Robert Kimmel –  The development of the East Parcel, a 29-acre segment of the former GM assembly plant off Sleepy Hollow’s waterfront, into a Commons for the village, received a hefty financial boost last month from Governor Cuomo’s Regional Economic Develo... More »

Ken Wray
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Mayor Wray to Seek Sixth Term in Sleepy Hollow

by Robert Kimmel –  Mayor Ken Wray, along with a trio of incumbent trustees, will be pursuing a return to their posts in Sleepy Hollow’s March election. The mayor and the trustees, Glenn Rosenbloom, Denise Scaglione and John Leavy, made known their intentions ... More »

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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 »

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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 »

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SH Comprehensive Plan Gathers Public Participation

by Robert Kimmel – Sleepy Hollow’s pursuit to have village residents aware of and involved in the creation of a new Comprehensive Plan and a Waterfront Plan is nearing the end of its first year, and the process has   included four public workshops, meetings, o... More »

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Blue Star Memorial Marker Unveiled in
Patriots Park

by Barrett Seaman The villages of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow held their traditional ceremony honoring veterans on November 11 in Patriots Park. This year’s celebration was notable for two reasons: it was the 100th anniversary of the armistice signing that end... More »

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Residential Construction Begins at Edge-on-Hudson Development

by Robert Kimmel –    Construction of the first of 1,177 housing units in the Edge-on-Hudson project in Sleepy Hollow, a collection of luxury brownstones, is underway. Infrastructure work on Phase Two of the 70-acre mixed-use development has also begun, follow... More »