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DA Holds Panel on Sexual Predators

By Jeff Wilson– Do you know where your children are? Many parents would answer with relief that their kids are home, most likely on their phones or computers. But with whom? “Protecting Our Kids From Online Predators” was the title of a virtual panel discussio... More »

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Hearts With Messages Displayed on Village Streets

By Robert Kimmel– With Valentine’s Day approaching, hearts will be appearing on lamp posts along several streets in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow. The symbols of affection, each displaying a message on both its sides, are the result of The Rotary Club of the Tar... More »

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New President at Mercy College

Dr. Susan L. Parish, whose academic specialty is Health Administration, has been named to succeed Dr. Tim Hall as the 13th President of Mercy College, whose main campus is in Dobbs Ferry. Dr. Parish comes from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) where she i... More »

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Personal Finance: Build a Ladder–And Buy Some Peace of Mind

By Chip Wagner– Financially speaking, 2023 is going to be a bumpy ride. We anticipate volatile interest rates and high energy costs, the prospect of a recession, continuing supply chain problems, an ongoing war in Europe and (last but not least) the threat of ... More »

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Tarrytown Resident Named 2023 Presidential Leadership Scholar

Tarrytown resident David Baumwoll has been named one of 60 Scholars from around the nation who will form the prestigious Presidential Leadership Scholars’ (PLS) eighth annual class. PLS serves as a catalyst for a diverse network of leaders brought together to ... More »

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The Importance of Reporting “Close to the Ground”

By Barrett Seaman– News stories about Long Island Congressman George Santos’ bogus claims about his background, education and employment continue to make national headlines. Noted in the many stories about Santos is the “local” Long Island paper, the North Sho... More »

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FOR WHOM THE BRIDGE GETS LIT

By Barrett Seaman— Most rivertown residents are aware that on certain holidays (e.g. Christmas, Fourth of July), the New York Thruway Authority (NYSTA) shows it has a fun side by lighting up the stanchions on the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge: Santa Claus red for Chri... More »

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Dobbs Ferry Man Indicted for Assaulting Two Teens

By Rick Pezzullo— A Dobbs Ferry man was indicted December 28 for assaulting two teenagers during an incident in September on Main St. in the village. Vincent Pappas, 62, was indicted by a Westchester County Grand Jury for Assault in the First Degree, two count... More »

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Toll Increases Revealed for Gov. Mario Cuomo Bridge

By Rick Pezzullo—   The New York State Thruway Authority Board of Directors last week authorized the start of the toll adjustments on its roadways, including the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, starting in 2024. The increase would be the first system-wide for NY E... More »

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Jury Finds Man Guilty of Murdering Tarrytown Resident

By Rick Pezzullo—  After a four-week trial, a New York City man was found guilty by a jury Nov. 16 of the 2018 murder of Tarrytown resident Jessica Wiltse. Cynell Brown, 32, faces a sentence ranging from 15 years to life in state prison when he is scheduled to... More »

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Students Load Up a Ton of Turkeys for Needy Families

By Barrett Seaman— On one side were about 40 middle school students—half from Tarrytown’s Transfiguration Catholic School, half from The Leffell School, a Jewish day school in White Plains. On the other side, stacks of boxes containing some 1,250 turkeys, dest... More »

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It’s Baaack!! Tarrytown’s Halloween Parade Reaches New Heights

By Barrett Seaman– After two barren, pandemic-shrouded years, Tarrytown’s annual Halloween Parade returned in fantastic, if frightening form. There were 45 separate participating groups from around the tri-state area, including 15 floats, seven of which were t... More »

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Riverfront Promenade at Edge-on-Hudson Now Open to the Public

By Barrett Seaman— A significant piece of the 100-acre Edge-on-Hudson mosaic fell into place on Halloween day, as officials led by Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Sleepy Hollow Mayor Ken Wray cut a ribbon, ceremoniously opening the penultimat... More »

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Tarrytown’s Halloween Parade Returns

By Robert Kimmel— The annual Tarrytown Halloween Parade, scheduled for Saturday, October 29, is being described as being “bigger and better,” by its organizers. Hundreds of costumed individuals, numerous themed floats and community groups, along with 12 bands,... More »

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