Both Tuxedo and Suffern High School kick off Spring Musicals this week ... you can choose between Giselle and Gaston and the Beast, or "Fiddler on the Roof".
An accident on Route 17 caused traffic to back up in Sloatsburg Monday afternoon, when an accident caused a car to veer off the road into a utility pole.
Sloatsburg started on a path, in partnership with the NYSDOT, to make improvements and provide safe passage across Route 17 through the village.
Aaron Troodler agrees to testify in Ramapo corruption case.
Posted on 12 March 2017
Spring was about to be sprung early this year, when winter temperatures climbed to record highs. And then, suddenly the thermometer plunged back to below freezing. But no matter. The Vernal Equinox will be right on time and marks the official beginning of spring while also featuring a perfectly balanced day with equal parts day and […] Read More
Posted on 06 March 2017
Sloatsburg lost one another of its treasured World War II veterans with the passing of Elizabeth “Betty” Lahm, who was 96 years old. Betty Lahm was a longtime member of both the Sloatsburg Senior Center and the The Ladies Auxiliary of the Sloatsburg Fire Department. As a member of the Senior Center, Lahm could be […] Read More
Posted on 05 March 2017
Progress on Tuxedo Farms continues on the far mountainside. Tuxedo holds a Public Workshop on the development Monday, March 6, at 6 p.m. at Town Hall. Read More
Posted on 11 February 2017
Near everyone agrees that the Village of Sloatsburg could be so much more. Improvements to Route 17 could be the key to unlock the Village's future. Read More
Posted on 10 February 2017
A ShortLine Coach bus and car collided on Route 17 near Stevens Lane Friday morning with injuries and one fatality reported. Northbound traffic lanes reportedly still had patches of ice from Thursday’s snowstorm and the Friday morning chill. Read More
Posted on 06 February 2017
Sloatsburg celebrated the end of the Sloatsburg Elementary School D.A.R.E. program Saturday with pasta and other good foods. Sponsored by the The Friends of Sloatsburg School, and other private donations, the D.A.R.E. Spaghetti dinner took place in warm, cozy Church Hall at St. Joan of Arc Church. The dinner has become a traditional big finale to […] Read More
Posted on 30 January 2017
Mayors of villages can do a whole lot, from making local laws to managing employees and common properties. Alas, they can’t build private roads or give away money. The New York State Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officials is holding an essay contest and want to know what you would do as Mayor. The contest invites […] Read More
Posted on 28 January 2017
Ramapo passes resolution opposing Pilgrim Pipelines. Read More
Posted on 17 January 2017
By Kathy Goldman One of Sloatsburg’s own, Elona Stella, lost her brave battles with breast cancer, leukemia and kidney disease over the Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend on Saturday, January, 14. She was just 57 years old. Elona was surrounded by the love of family and friends during her last days. Read More
Posted on 17 January 2017
Many Sloatsburgers work early and late and have talked about flexible Village Hall office hours. Take a poll and give your voice a vote. Read More
Posted on 16 January 2017
Sushiville owner CJ Oh believes Sloatsburg is perfectly poised for good things, with the Ramapo River and surrounded by parkland. Read More
Posted on 10 January 2017
Fast-growing lifestyle brand Warby Parker opens new optical lab at Sloatsburg's front door. Read More