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Brown and Four Others Sworn Into Newly Refreshed Tarrytown Board

By Barrett Seaman– Oftentimes, when Tarrytown’s trustee meeting room is packed with people, it’s because some controversial issue is on the agenda. Not on Monday night, December 6th. The mood was entirely festive as enrobed Village Justice Kyle C. McGovern pre... More »


Who Would Do Such A Thing?

By Barrett Seaman— Twice in mid-November, someone, most likely in the dead of night, dug up the native perennials that had been lovingly planted in the tree wells along North Broadway in Tarrytown. They were placed there last summer by volunteers for TEAC, the... More »


StoryWalk: A Fun, Educational Activity for All Ages in Patriots Park

By Linda Viertel— National StoryWalk week is Nov. 15-19, but Barbara Cohen, Warner Library’s bilingual children’s librarian, and Patricia Cohn, head of the Children’s Reading Room, partnering with the TaSH (Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow Farmers Market) as well as Ta... More »


Meet Jessica Pacciotti, Warner Library’s New Director

By Linda Viertel— Jessica Pacciotti became Warner Library’s new director on Sept. 3 following Sleepy Hollow resident, Maureen Petry, who stepped down this summer after heading the library since 2009. Pacciotti had previously been the public library director in... More »


Game’s On, So Where Are The Wings?

By Barrett Seaman — The Hud­son In­de­pen­dent pre­sents “The Sup­ply Chain Cri­sis Is­n’t Just Global; It’s Lo­cal,” a se­ries de­scrib­ing how in­ter­na­tional man­u­fac­tur­ing and ship­ping woes af­fect every­day life in the river­towns. Read on for the si... More »


Brown and Dems Fend off Two Slates of Challengers in Tarrytown

By Brianna Staudt — Tarrytown Mayoral Candidate and Trustee Karen Brown and the three candidates for trustee joining her on the Democratic slate soundly defeated challenges from fellow Trustee Doug Zollo, former mayor Paul Janos and their running mates. With a... More »


Doctor Looks to Use Health Care Background to Help Village

By Rick Pezzullo — Ida Doctor has worked in the health care industry for the last 50 years and would like to use that extensive background to offer assistance to residents if she’s elected to a two-year term on the Tarrytown Board of Trustees tomorrow, Nov. 2.... More »


Personal Experiences Motivated Reyes-Grajales to Run for Office

By Rick Pezzullo — For Monica Reyes-Grajales, running for office is personal. Reyes-Grajales, who is vying for a seat on the Tarrytown Board of Trustees on Nov. 2 as part of the Preserve Our Village slate, said a few experiences she and her husband had with vi... More »


Kim Seeking First Full Term on Tarrytown Village Board

By Rick Pezzullo — Of the four incumbents on the ballot November 2, Tarrytown Trustee David Kim has the least government experience under his belt (having only served since September 2020, when he was appointed to fill a vacancy), but he brings a broad range o... More »


Weinstein Looks to Rely on Past Gov’t Experience to Help Village

By Rick Pezzullo — Mark Weinstein is no stranger to the inner workings of government. Weinstein, who is running for one of three available trustee seats in Tarrytown on Nov. 2 as part of the Preserve Our Village team, served as legal and legislative counsel fo... More »


Rotary Club of the Tarrytowns To Celebrate 100th Anniversary

By Robert Kimmel — With an extensive history of supporting a multitude of philanthropical activities, the Rotary Club of the Tarrytowns celebrates its 100th anniversary this November.  It was on Nov. 9, 1921, that 17 charter members gathered for a luncheon mee... More »


Longtime Planner Friedlander Hopes to Make a Difference as Trustee

By Rick Pezzullo — As chairman of the Tarrytown Planning Board for 48 years, Dr. Stanley Friedlander helped shape the growth of the village for nearly five decades. Despite being removed as chair in a controversial move by the Board of Trustees in April, Fried... More »


Community Food Pantry Raises More Than $35,000

By Barrett Seaman— For the first time in the dozen years it has existed, the Community Food Pantry of Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown held a fundraiser — an open bar event on Sunday at the Kathryn W. Davis RiverWalk Center at the entrance to Sleepy Hollow’s Kingsl... More »


McGovern Looks to Remain on Board to Complete Unfinished Business

By Rick Pezzullo — Becky McGovern has been a member of the Tarrytown Board of Trustees for the last 14 years but still has the zeal to tackle the many issues facing the village. “First, let me start off by saying it has been an honor and privilege to have serv... More »


Tarrytown Police Unveil Memorial

By Brianna Staudt — The Tarrytown Police Department unveiled a memorial over 20 years in the making late this afternoon before a large crowd of police department families, local officials and community members. The memorial is located under a tree to the right... More »


Murphy Maintains Village He Grew Up In Needs a Leadership Change

By Rick Pezzullo — Lifelong Tarrytown resident Terence Murphy ran unsuccessfully for a seat on the Board of Trustees in 2016. Five years later, he’s giving it a shot once again. Murphy, a 28-year member and past Chief of the Tarrytown Fire Department, is one o... More »

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