The Hometown Newspaper of Hastings-on-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley and Irvington

  1. ARDSLEY — Village considers ‘step one’ for downtown revitalization

  2. DOBBS FERRY — Students receive curtain call for ‘Legally Blonde’

  3. HASTINGS — Liquor merchant takes a parting shot after 40 years

  4. IRVINGTON — Voice-over actor lends an ear to training others

The Rivertowns Enterprise  • 95 Main Street, Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522  • (914) 478-2787 • Fax (914) 478-2863 •

©2016  W.H. White Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without the Publisher’s written permission.


HOME     |     SUBSCRIBE     |     ADVERTISE     |     NEWSROOM

Take part

Submit story ideas, announcements, press releases, letters to the editor, and photos.


  1. View our Media Kit for deadlines, specs and circulation.

  2. Special Sections

  3. Index to Advertisers

  4. Contact your Ad Representative,
    Marilyn Petrosa


The Rivertowns Enterprise is delivered to subscribers’ mailboxes every Friday
for only $29 per year.
Click here to subscribe or to purchase a gift subscription.

SUBSCRIPTIONS  |  Newsroom   |    Obituaries   |   Archives   |   Front Page Gallery   |   follow us on facebook


Six-month-old Mason Taliaferro sits in a crate of melons at the Taliaferro Farms booth at the Hastings Farmers’ Market on Saturday, Aug. 20.

5+3+8 = a crossroads of faiths in Hastings

rivertowns headlines this week

By Jackie Lupo


Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano leads a press conference at Yonkers City Hall on Aug. 22.


REGION — As the clock ticks down to the Sept. 7 deadline for public comments on the proposed Hudson River anchorages, opposition has entered a new phase in the Rivertowns.

On Monday, Aug. 22, officials from several Hudson River communities met at Yonkers City Hall to discuss the environmental, economic, and aesthetic threats posed by the additional moorings and to launch a new inter-municipal advocacy organization, the Hudson River Waterfront Alliance.

Members of the alliance include the villages of Briarcliff Manor, Buchanan, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington, Ossining, Sleepy Hollow, and Tarrytown; the towns of Cortlandt and Ossining; and the cities of Peekskill and Yonkers.

At a post-meeting press conference in the city hall rotunda, which was festooned with “Ban the Barges, Protect our Hudson” signs, Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano said, “The essence of our communities, the crowning jewel, is the river — not only the physical beauty but the economics. The waterfront is our greatest asset.”

The river communities have spent hundreds of millions of dollars revitalizing their waterfronts, cleaning up contaminated former industrial sites and approving construction of residential and mixed-use developments.  Read more >



November 20, 2015

Read Online

January 16, 2016

Read Online

February 12, 2016

Read Online

Explore our award-winning Special Sections — Read online!

March 11, 2016

Read Online

March 25, 2016

Read Online

April 15, 2016

Read Online


Your customers read our newspaper.

Grow your business. Retain loyal customers.

Advertise in The Rivertowns Enterprise.

JULY 1, 2016

Read Online

The Rivertowns news delivered to your door

Every week more than 5,000 households in Hastings-on-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley and Irvington enjoy the award-winning reporting and photography of The Rivertowns Enterprise. No other source in print or online provides more thorough coverage of local government, schools, sports, arts and business. Our readers have been in the know since The Enterprise was founded in 1975. Subscribers enjoy convenient and reliable home delivery to their mailboxes every Friday for only $29/year. Subscribe today!

Campaign opposes proposed anchorages

Special Section

Back To School

August 26, 2016

Read Online