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Local Couple Starts Innovative Theatre Company

by Susan Tolchin –  He is an accomplished tap dancer and stage actor who performed at Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center and in various Off Broadway productions before turning to arts and administrative management at CCNY. She started her acting career perform... More »


9/14 from 11 am to 5 pm

Save the date! Saturday, September 14 Rivertown Public Market at Dobbs Ferry Waterfront Park 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Hudson Independent is proud to support the Rivertown Public Market as an official media sponsor. For a complete list of vendors and updates about... More »


Tarrytown Y to Host Abbott House Refugees June 9th

In many ways reflecting the values of the community that it serves, the Family YMCA at Tarrytown will be reaching out to refugee children currently in the care of Irvington’s Abbott House. On June 9th, the Y will host 40 to 50 Abbott House children at its Main... More »


Local School Budgets, Irvington Bond Referendum Approved

by Rick Pezzullo – Budgets for the 2019-2020 school year in the Tarrytown, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington and Pocantico Hill school districts and a bond referendum in Irvington were approved easily Tuesday. More than 70 percent of the budgets in each district are allo... More »

Falcon Cam

Born on the GMC Bridge – Falcons!

by Robert Kimmel Four yet-to-be-named, recently hatched baby Pere­grine Fal­cons exist in a nest box high atop the Gov­er­nor Mario Cuomo Bridge, 419 feet above the Hud­son River. The neona­tal apart­ment is cour­tesy of the New York State Thruway Au­thor­ity,... More »


A New Novel Featuring the Rockefellers

Former Exxon Mobil executive Bob Davis has taken his knowledge of the oil business and turned it into a novel due out this month. In Gusher: A Novel of the Rockefeller Oil Empire, Davis inserts a fictional character into the heady world of big oil at the birth... More »


Priest Brings Ash Wednesday to Irvington Commuters

Gareth Evans, newly installed Rector of the Church of St. Barnabas, Irvington’s Episcopal congregation, took a proactive approach to the tradition of marking the beginning of Lent with a cross of ashes on the foreheads of Christians: during both morning and ev... More »


New Parking Spaces Available—and Just in Time!

By Barrett Seaman Just as the holiday shopping season is coming to a peak, Tarrytown Village Administrator Richard Slingerland announced that 35 additional parking spaces were available. Following lengthy negotiations, the village signed a stipulation agreemen... More »


College Dreams – Kid’s Club of Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow

Helping to Make College Dreams a Reality: Kids’ Club of Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow, Inc. hosted its 5th Annual Breakfast for Bedding on June 19 at the home of Board President, Jennifer Green. More than 50 guests donated new dorm room bedding and gift cards for ... More »