Tuesday, September 18, 2018
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Remembering the Fallen

Mark Voeltz is on a mission to honor lost police officers, one name at a time.

When Mark Voeltz isn’t working as the owner of Mark’s Towing in Thornwood, he’s patrolling the streets of Fishkill as a member of this Dutchess County town’s police department. It’s a difficult and demanding job, and one that Voeltz feels isn’t often given the respect and reverence it deserves.

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Frightful Fun in Sleepy Hollow Country

Halloween in Sleepy Hollow Country just got a little more spooktacular. Historic Hudson Valley is adding to their roster of fall events with The Unsilent Picture, a curiosity of live music and movie mystery at Philipsburg Manor. This all-new original silent film stars Tony Award-winning actor Bill Irwin and will screen with accompaniment by live musicians and a special effects Foley artist on select dates in October.

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‘Tis Time … Movin’ On

Where to begin? Let’s start in September 1997 or 21 years ago. I was committed to raising my then young family in Tarrytown. A Village that I was raised in before traveling to and living in multiple places within this exciting and diverse country. I was a professional actor looking to put the stage, television and film on hold and commit to a community through a newspaper, the first of its kind, that would be mailed to everyone in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow.

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Summer to Fall & Beyond

One more week to claim you actually took a summer vacation this year. Wait long enough and you can say you’re taking a fall jaunt for foliage and pickings of the harvest. Closer to home and within Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow and Briarcliff Manor many events are planned by local governments in the forms of projects and celebrations.

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