Left to Right: Ed Baldesweiler, Brian Doyle, Rob Manfred (Commissioner of MLB), Andy Moloney and Brian Gallo
On June 18, J.P. Doyle's hosted a softball game that raised in excess of $16,000. for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Even better, J.P. Doyle's beat the star studded team of Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton, (from the Boomer and Carton WFAN radio show) according to Brian Doyle's scorecard.
Now that school is over and warm summer weather has finally arrived to stay, it’s a great time to plan for summertime adventures. Create new memories at any of the following destinations – all within an 80-mile distance from the Rivertowns.
It’s crowded, it’s uncomfortable, it’s boring—it’s graduation. It’s an event that successfully encompasses all of what high school felt like in one, sticky, hot night. And yet everyone is so sad when it is over.
The Hudson River: it’s a high and dry view for regular commuters aboard Metro North’s Hudson Line as they travel between NYC and their homes, schools and jobs in the suburbs just to the north. The mighty Hudson passes by, narrow here, wider there, ice dappled in winter and sun-kissed in summer,
In Sleepy Hollow... From Lighthouse Landing to Edge-on-Hudson
School Superintendent Congratulates Class of 2015
Dear Briarcliff High School Class of 2015: Congratulations on your many wonderful accomplishments and, most of all, congratulations on completing that extraordinary four-year journey we call high school. I speak with great confidence and a unique insight when I say that you are well prepared to move beyond the confines of this little hamlet of Briarcliff and the rolling pastures of Pocantico Hills.
One and Done, Two and Through
On the morning of May 29, a single sentence in the May 28 Addendum to Public Agenda posted by the Board of Education on the website of the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns sent shock waves through the District. It read, “31. RESOLVED: That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Dr. Christopher Clouet, dated May 28, 2015, effective June 30, 2015.
Getting it Right the Second Time
Greg Lobato, a Sleepy Hollow Police Officer
The newly elected Board of Trustees, along with the re-elected Mayor of Sleepy Hollow, righted what many considered an earlier wrong and hired Greg Lobato and several other new police officers. The contentious issue surrounding Lobato played a major part in the Democratic Party’s thumping defeat at the polls in March.
Named for their small size and characteristic bluish hue, little penguins are also known as blue... Read more..
Spend a summer evening under the stars dining on delicious food and wine on Saturday, June 27, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., at Lasdon Park, Arboretum and Veterans Memorial in Katonah. Read more..
Scenic Hudson is continuing guided tours of its West Point Foundry Preserve on the first Saturday of each month through November. The free, 90-minute tours will begin at 11 a.m. in the preserve’s... Read more..
Kensico Dam Plaza, One Bronx River Parkway, Valhalla – (914) 231-4033
Burger and Beer Blast – 6 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Westchester’s best restaurants vie for Best Burger status, along with drinks and entertainment. Admission... Read more..
The Village of Sleepy Hollow is having a renaissance this year, thanks to the introduction of Lighthouse Landing (formerly the GM property) to the tax rolls. “The Village’s financial outlook is... Read more..