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Stone Barns’ James Ford Dead at 53

The following was posted yesterday on the web site of Pocantico Hills’ Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture, one of the nation’s leading exemplars of farm-to-table gastronomy and sustainable agriculture.   “All of us at Stone Barns Center mourn the loss o... More »


After 107 Years, The “Y” Will Be Leaving 62 Main Street

By Barrett Seaman For more than a century, the Tarrytown Y has been operating on south Main Street, where over the years it has worked to keep up with changing times–new trends in fitness, new demands for child care, which has become one of its largest program... More »


RV Blaze Stops New Bridge Traffic—And Then Some—For Hours

by Barrett Seaman A fire broke out onboard a recreational vehicle as it crossed the Mario Cuomo Bridge just before 3:30 p.m. Monday afternoon, heading west. The blaze and black smoke were visible for miles as rush hour traffic built up and eventually stopped d... More »

Tarrytown housing

Still Time to Apply for Tarrytown Affordable Housing

by Alexander Roberts –  There is still time to apply for 12 new affordable apartments developed at the former Tarrytown Village Hall at 21 Wildey Street. The deadline is June 17, and the winners will be chosen by lottery – names picked out of a hat – so everyo... More »


Reasons for Dead Fish Known but Duck Deaths Remain a Mystery

by Elaine Marranzano –  The discovery of five dead ducks and dozens of dead fish floating on the water’s surface have the public speculating that something may be amiss at the Tarrytown Lakes. Nicole Carles found the ducks one morning last month in the lakes p... More »


Local School Budgets, Board Candidates on Ballot May 21

by Rick Pezzullo –  Residents will go to the polls on Tuesday, May 21 to vote on budgets for the 2019-2020 school year, candidates for Boards of Education and a bond referendum in the Tarrytown, Irvington and Dobbs Ferry school districts. More than 70 percent ... More »


Save The Date (May 18) for the First-Ever Sleepy Hollow LitFest

by Linda Viertel –  More than 100 authors, events and vendors in eight venues will join together for a one-day, family-friendly festival in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow. LitFest is a multi-venue book celebration in both villages spanning locations from the Tarr... More »


Metro-North Grants Lease for Bakery/Restaurant in Tarrytown

by Rick Pezzullo –  MTA Metro-North Railroad has granted a lease for a full-service bakery and restaurant at the Tarrytown station. Building plans are currently under review for The Bakehouse Inc., which runs the well-known Riviera Bakehouse in Ardsley, to off... More »